Modern medicine defines inflammation as follows: "The reaction of the blood vessels and connective tissues due to infection or tissue injury".
Therefore, when inflammation is found, 1st medical approach is to try to find the cause of infection or tissue damage. So, in modern medicine, if the cause of the infection or tissue injury is not found in the inflamed area, It is considered as wrong pathological reaction. In other words, they think that inflammation and pain without infection is wrong pathological reaction of human body. Therefore, current medical approach is to change the human body. Thus, therefore, nerve blocking, nerve resection, organ removal, etc, are attempted. Common medical understanding is that if there is no lesion, then there is no illness. In other words, without tonsils, no tonsillitis will occur, and without appendix, not appendicitis will occur. So, sometimes during caesarean section, removal of non-inflamed cecum is offered as a free service. Is this approach is appropriate? Does that means brain needs to be removed to ease headache?
Pathological factors of chronic diseases and cancers are 20% infection & 5% genetic & 75 % environmental.
So, unless improvement in the environment and habits are made, the symptoms continue to be repeated.