Stress, Hormones, & Belly FAT

It’s gut-wrenching for me to see a new patient walk into my wellness center who is too far gone for me to help them reverse their pain and ravaged health. Sadly, they’ve allowed too much damage to take place for too long. Oh, yes, I can almost always make them more comfortable without some drug-store [...]

By |June 10th, 2013|Doctor's Notes, Health Education, Weight Loss|Comments Off on Stress, Hormones, & Belly FAT

IODINE: Throwing Gasoline onto a Fire:

Iodine is a hot supplement these days. Many people and practitioners have come to value iodine’s therapeutic potential, especially for breast and uterine fibroids. Iodine is also vital to thyroid function, as it is a major cofactor and stimulator for the enzyme TPO. But for the person with Hashimoto’s, supplementing with iodine is like throwing [...]

By |June 5th, 2013|Health Education|Comments Off on IODINE: Throwing Gasoline onto a Fire:

The Big Five Stress Agents

You need to know that most of the fault for any failures you might be having comes at the hands of the BIG FIVE STRESS AGENTS: 1.  Big Myth – Poor information that continues to fool the public year after year, leading the unaware to poor choices about health, dieting, and fitness. 2.  Big Medicine [...]

By |June 2nd, 2013|Doctor's Notes, Health Education|Comments Off on The Big Five Stress Agents

Is Chronic Pain Stealing Your Family Time?

Chronic pain is a thief! Today, I would like to talk to you about breaking free from chronic pain. There are so many different types of pain that can afflict people, from back pain to headaches, to arthritis, to carpal tunnel and more. Pain can often be the reason why we don’t engage in the [...]

By |June 2nd, 2013|Pain Management|0 Comments

Are Your Adrenal Glands Stressed Out?!?

Working more than ever, multitasking to make ends meet, no sleep, and stressed out are common complaints a lot of people have on a daily basis. In a new survey by the American Psychological Association, nearly 75% of Americans say they are stressed to the max over money, work, and the economy. Being stressed out [...]

By |June 1st, 2013|Adrenal Fatigue|0 Comments

Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Many people have heard of Irritable Bowel Syndrome, but not many are as familiar with Inflammatory Bowel Disease. What is it? I’ll tell you. Inflammatory Bowel Disease is the umbrella term for the two known digestive disorders that involve the inflammation of the intestines due to a hyperactive immune system: Ulcerative Colitis and Chron’s Disease. [...]

By |May 30th, 2013|Digestion|0 Comments

Freedom From Fibromyalgia

I had the pleasure of sitting with one of patients yesterday who has suffered from Fibromyalgia for over 10 years.  She is only 4 weeks into her treatment plan with us and she said she wants to find as many people out there suffering from Fibro and tell them to come with her because you [...]

By |May 17th, 2013|Fibromyalgia|0 Comments

Talk To Friends and Family

Are you searching for a family doctor?  Today, I want to give you a tip on finding the right doctor for you. It may be helpful to talk to family and friends about who they are currently utilizing for general health care. Ask them questions about the doctor’s experience and treatment of patients, and if [...]

By |April 4th, 2013|Office News|0 Comments

Hormonal Problems and Thyroid Malfunction

If you’ve been experiencing hormonal problems, it may be due to your thyroid gland. The thyroid is a small, yet important glad in the neck that works to provide proper bodily function. When the thyroid is suppressed, it may manifest in a variety of ways, including weight gain, exhaustion, moodiness, bloating and more. Do you [...]

By |March 22nd, 2013|Doctor's Notes|0 Comments

Stop Stress In It’s Tracks!

Stress is an everyday occurrence that for many of us has become part of life.  If we don’t get a handle on our stressors, our health pays for it dearly.  Chronic stress creates everything from fatigue and brain fog to blood sugar issues, metabolic syndromes and insomnia. Don’t let stress ruin your health. The next [...]

By |February 5th, 2013|Chronic Stress|0 Comments