Cold Laser Research

Cold Laser Research The effect of 300 mW, 830 nm laser on chronic neck pain: a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study Chow RT, Heller GZ, Barnsley L. Castle Hill Medical Centre, 269-271 Old Northern Road, Castle Hill, NSW 2154, Australia. Pain. 2006 Sep;124(1-2):201-10. Epub 2006 Jun 27. [PMID: 16806710] CONCLUSION:  A study was performed (randomized, double-blind, and placebo-controlled) […]

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Spinal Decompression Research Studies

Spinal Decompression Research Studies “Serial MRI of 20 patients treated with the decompression table shows in our study up to 90% reduction of subligamentous nucleus herniation in 10 of 14. Some rehydration occurs detected by T2 and proton density signal increase. Torn annulus repair is seen in all.” Eyerman, Edward MD. Simple pelvic traction gives […]

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PEMF-What is it Good For

Listing of peer reviewed medical articles on PEMF uses. Alzheimer’s Disease After applying external electromagnetic fields ranging 5 to 8 Hz, significant improvements were detected in Alzheimer’s patients. These included improved visual memory, drawing ability, performance, spatial orientation, mood, short-term memory and social interactions. R. Sandyk, “Alzheimer’s Disease: Improvement of Visual Memory and Visuoconstructive Performance […]

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Are You Prepared for Cold and Flu Season?

Are You Prepared for Cold and Flu Season? Its almost time for the cold and flu season.  Each year my patients ask me what I do to prevent and if necessary treat seasonal sickness. First, I do not get a flu shot.  Flu vaccines are not only notoriously ineffective but also contain toxic ingredients including […]

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Back to School

It’s hard to believe summer is nearly over. With a change in routine, social anxiety for children and parents often occurs. Send your students off for better success this year by following these tips and tricks. 1)       Bedtime Rules Every young person (and adults too) need a routine for bedtime. Set a limit for technology […]

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What are The Signs of Poor Health?

The Signs of Poor Health In my thirty plus years as a wellness practitioner I have seen somewhere around fifteen thousand different individuals come through my office.  Each person has their own set of concerns and complaints.   Usually by the time these patients take action their situation has become chronic and complicated and takes a […]

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Learn from the Burn

Learn from the Burn It’s summertime and the sun is shining; people are spending extra time outside. The lake, beach, poolside are all very tempting and perhaps you enjoy an outdoor sport or activity. Take caution. “More than 5.4 million cases of non-melanoma skin cancer were treated in over 3.3 million people in the U.S. […]

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I’ve Got a Pill for That

I’ve Got a Pill for That Aches and pains are common, and can be aggravating. Our bodies were made to thrive and be active, and not to hurt so much. It seems that since everyone is so busy that they want a quick pain relief solution. Popping Aspirin, Aleve, Tylenol, Ibuprofen or other medicine is […]

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Estrogen Dominance and Hypothyroidism

Estrogen Dominance and Hypothyroidism Hypothyroidism affects women seven times more frequently than men. The epidemic of estrogen dominance among women is likely at the core of this disparity. Excess estrogen levels or “estrogen dominance” causes the liver to produce high levels of thyroid binding globulin (TBG), which, as its name suggests, binds the thyroid hormone […]

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