Posted September 06, 2018 09:53:16 Dr. Rachel Williams, a naturopath, has a unique way of delivering medicine.
She uses the power of the natural world to heal people, not only from the inside out.
The Washington, D.C.-based orthopedic surgeon, who is also an internationally recognized expert on natural healing, has developed a method for treating patients with degenerative joint disease by injecting them with an antibiotic that removes harmful bacteria.
“What’s remarkable about this approach is that it’s actually not a surgical approach, it’s not an injectable approach,” Dr. Williams told ABC News.
The procedure is known as the “absorbant technique” because it involves a patient’s own blood and urine.
Dr. Roberts said that a typical patient is usually told that the bacteria can be removed by a saline solution.
However, the procedure is only effective if the patient has a low-grade inflammatory disease.
In her practice, Dr. Driscoll said that about 40 percent of patients who use this technique get good results.
“They may not have arthritis, but they’re still at risk of chronic inflammation, and they’re not getting the right type of treatment,” she said.
“In this case, the bacteria has been removed.
There is no need to treat that.”
The process of treating degenerative joints is not new.
Dr Roberts is currently the Director of the Natural Health & Sciences Research Center at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, and has published extensively on the topic.
“I’ve done this before, but it was a long time ago,” she explained.
“We’re able to get a real-time view of how it’s healing, and what the bacteria does. “
The reason why this technique works is because the bacteria are in the joint and the bacteria have been there for a long, long time,” she continued.
“We’re able to get a real-time view of how it’s healing, and what the bacteria does.
So if you do this, you’re really getting an inside view of what’s going on in the body, which is something we haven’t gotten before.”
The procedure involves placing a needle through the skin of the affected joint and then injecting a saline gel that is then placed into the joint.
The patient is then told to put on a mask and wear the mask for a period of time.
The process is repeated several times a day.
“It’s just amazing how effective this treatment is,” Dr Williams said.
In addition to being a natural healing practitioner, Dr Williams has been an advocate for patients and advocates for the environment.
She is currently a consultant for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Natural Resources Defense Council, a global health organization that works to protect natural resources.
“There are a lot of things that need to be done in terms of water and land and things like that,” Dr Roberts said.
Dr Williams is a member of the Society of Natural Medicine, an international organization dedicated to the science and practice of natural medicine.
“This is not just a new thing, it is a very good new technology,” she added.
“If it’s done correctly, the results will be incredible.”
The U.K.-based Dr Roberts, who works as an orthopedist in New York, is also a registered nurse, and she also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Clinical Medicine.
She said that her experience as an advocate is valuable to her practice.
“When you look at natural healing and how it can work, I’m an advocate,” she told ABC.
“My clients need to know that I can help them get better, and that I am not just an outside-looking-in kind of practitioner.”
The Natural Health and Sciences Research Centers at the universities of Pittsburgh and Washington, DC, offer a variety of courses, from basic surgery to the more advanced areas of dermatology and medicine.
The Center’s faculty of naturopathic physicians, as well as an array of other experts, offer courses on a wide variety of topics, including nutrition, osteopathy, and complementary and alternative medicine.
Dr Robinson and Dr Roberts also host a podcast on the Natural Science and Health podcast, as do other speakers on the program, including Dr. Michael Deacon, a professor of orthopedics at the Johns Hopkins University School of Veterinary Medicine.
“She is one of the most highly respected naturopathy practitioners in the world, and there is no doubt that her expertise in natural medicine is essential to her work,” Dr Deacon told ABCNews.com.
“That’s why I would always recommend her for any practitioner who wants to learn about natural healing.”
Dr Williams added that she is a lifelong advocate for the planet.
“One of the greatest things about being a naturist is that I see the world through a microscope,” she noted.
“Everything we see on the planet is an opportunity to make something better