Think Radon is just a dangerous gas?
For thousands of years, cultures all over the world have been using hot springs to heal all sorts of ailments. Perhaps less well-known, those hot springs coincidentally also have a high concentrations of radon.
While radon therapy is accepted and widely practiced in Europe, it is only starting to become known in the US. And this isn’t some random “alternative” therapy either. In Europe, rigid clinical trials have shown that patients receive significant relief from pain and other symptoms from radon therapy.
Widely used as a cancer therapy and to help relieve pain from autoimmune diseases, radon therapy is gaining popularity, especially for people looking for a ankylosing spondylitis (AS) treatment.
Pam Alvarez, featured on Radonmine.com, swears by the radon mines in Boulder, MT for her ankylosing spondylitis treatment. She says, “My second 10 day stay was October 2006. I’m now at home doing what I love to do instead of in a doctor’s office thinking about my aches and pains.”
And she’s not the only one. So, if you’re looking to plan your next getaway, why not think about combining it with some treatment to help your AS?
However, we are not doctors, nor do we play any on TV. This is a unique ankylosing spondylitis treatment, and while some swear by it, the best thing for you to do is talk to your doctor about it. You can find some great information here to start that conversation.
If you are as blown away as we are about this crazy use of radon for an ankylosing spondylitis treatment, pass it along!