Whether you are a medical doctor, osteopath, chiropractor, podiatrist, or physical therapist, the majority of conditions you treat are caused to varying degrees by inflammation. Most of this information was not taught to us in school, or the clinical relevance was glossed over, due to the massive amount of material we were required to study.
Dr. David Seaman, the developer of DeFlame.com has been studying pain and inflammation since 1987. In the doctors (health care practitioners) section of DeFlame the following information is available:
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Why trust DeFlame and Dr. Seaman? He was the first to write a text and pubmed indexed article on this topic, which he has been studying since 1987. Here are relevant published information on the topic of nutrition for inflammation and pain.
Seaman DR. Clinical nutrition for pain, inflammation and tissue healing. Hendersonville (NC): NutrAnalysis, Inc.; 1998
Seaman DR. The diet-induced pro-inflammatory state: A cause of chronic pain and other degenerative diseases. J Manip Physiol Ther. 2002; 25: 168-79.
Seaman DR, Cleveland C. Spinal pain syndromes: nociceptive, neuropathic, and psychologic mechanisms. J Manip Physio Ther. 1999; 22:458-72.
Seaman DR. A sports nutrition: a biochemical view of injury care and prevention. In Hyde TE, Gengenbach MS. Eds. Conservative management of sports injuries. 2nd ed. Boston: Jones and Bartlett; 2007: p.1067-1092.
Seaman DR. Nutritional considerations in the treatment of soft tissue injuries. In Hammer WI. Editor. Functional soft-tissue examination and treatment by manual methods. Boston: Jones & Bartlett; 2007: p.717-734.
Seaman DR. Nutritional considerations for pain and inflammation. In Liebenson CL. Ed. Rehabilitation of the spine: a practitioner’s manual. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins; 2006: p.728-740.