In this interview, we discuss with Dr. MaryAnne Harrington what inflammation is, diseases associated with chronic inflammation, and ways to reduce inflammation.
Meet Dr. MaryAnne Harrington, cofounder of Maximum Performance Chiropractic in Costa Mesa, and Candice Betty, founder of Organic Radiance Skincare. They discuss the difference between acute and chronic inflammation and hone in on how to manage chronic inflammation.
Dr. Harrington specializes in the treatment of injuries using natural therapies. She holds a number of certifications, including Active Release Technique (A.R.T.) nutritional counseling, work ergonomics and wellness, as well as being a yoga instructor.
A few of the questions that we discuss are:
- What is inflammation?
- Why is understanding the difference between acute and chronic inflammation important?
- What skin conditions are associated with inflammation?
- What do you do personally to reduce inflammation?
- Is eating organic important?
- Does inflammation make you age faster?
“Chronic inflammation has to do with a lot of diseases that are very common…asthma, ulcers, rheumatoid arthritis, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, and also something that is called metabolic syndrome. This isn’t one specific syndrome; it’s a culmination of many issues.” Says Dr. Harrington. Read more about this in the full interview.
Free Transcribed Interview with Dr. Harrington
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