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Parkinson's Disease Protocol Aug 5th, 2022

Parkinson's disease is caused bgy the degeneration of neurons in the are of the brain that manufactures dopamine, a neurotransmitter that affects movement. Eventually, characteristic tremors and speech, balance, and motor problems develope. The primary treatment has been drugs that replace or mimic dopamine and though these medicines sometimes improve...

Fatty Liver Disease Aug 2nd, 2022

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease affects up to 75% of overweight adults, approximately 75% of type II diabetes, and about 90% of obese individuals. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease or NAFLD begins when excess fat accumulates in liver cells. Over time, it can progress to advanced fibrosis and cirrhosis eventually requiring a...

Israeli Researchers Reverse Alzheimer's Disease Jul 5th, 2022

                 Israeli researchers reverse Alzheimer’s Disease   Breakthrough evidence out of Israel backs up what I’ve been telling my patients for years……….. You can prevent, slow down- and even reverse- Alzheimer’s development using hyperbaric oxygen therapy, or HBOT. In the first stage of a two-part study, a team of researchers...

Which Trap Are You Falling For? Jun 24th, 2022

Smoking Trap. Smoking increases stroke risk- in particular, the risk of a type of stroke called subrachnoid hemorrhage. Light smokers (less than a pack a day) are four times as likely as nonsmokers to suffer this type of stroke ... heavy smokers are 11 times as likely... from Will Longstreth,...

These Highly Successful People Can't All Be Wrong... Jun 16th, 2022

Business executives, ranchers, teachers, farmers, coaches, accountants and even some celebrities... Some have been told they need surgery, others are taking lots of prescrition medicines, but most are not feeling as good as they would like. Some are doing fine, but want to prevent future problems. They came to get...

Keep Alzheimers Disease Away with Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy May 9th, 2022

Studies show women are twice as likely to develop Alzheimers disease. As you may have guessed, hormones are believed to be a major factor. Around age 50, the protective female hormones become less and less. Research published in the journal Nature and other studies suggest this is one of the...

Using Light to Activate the Healing Properties of Your Own Blood...BioPhotonic Therapy Mar 21st, 2022

Ultravilolet light has been known for its sterilizing effect for decades. Almost all bacteria can be killed or weakened by ultraviolet rays, a term referred to as photoluminescence. This remarkable treatment is also done to help treat individuals through drawing blood and diluting it with saline before running in under...

Fat Cells May Be One of the Biggest Dangers for Covid 19 Jan 21st, 2022

Besides advanced age, obesity is by far the most common and one of the most dangerous risk factors for Covid 19. We all know that co-morbidities such as high blood pressure, Type 2 diabetes and chronic heart conditions increase your risk of death from Covid 19. This makes sense because...

Aging Process Shortens Telomeres, But New Studies Giving Hope Jan 11th, 2022

Some of you may have missed this news due to all the media attention focused on the Covid pandemic and elections. In November of 2020, a study was published in the Journal of Aging that announced findings from a Hyperbaric oxygen study that lengthened telomeres by more than twenty percent...

Low Fat Doesn't Have to Mean Losing Flavor Dec 27th, 2021

Some simple intake adjustments in your eating style can reduce your risk for heart disease, stroke, breast and colon cancer as well as helping your waist line. Low fat doesn't have to mean low flavor. Here's how to get started. Week one, keep a food diary. Everything that goes in...

What is Really Causing Alzheimer Disease? Oct 13th, 2021

The number one risk factor for Alzheimers is age. Most people with the disease are 65 or older. Why does Alzheimers disease strike the elderly so hard? With so many suffering, it is worth considering whether environmantal factors may be causing the epidemic. Although no definitive cause has been identified,...

Lower Your risk of Breast Cancer Sep 1st, 2021

Obese women with breast cancer are at a 30% increased risk o having their cancer recur. Theory: Obese women (those weighting at least 25% or more than optimal weight for their height) may have elevated levels of estrogen that enhance the potential for malignant cells to spread. Conclusion: Weight control...

Selenium and Breast Cancer Aug 30th, 2021

Higher selenium blood levels are associated with improved breast cancer survival rates. The 10-year survival rate was 65.1% in women with the lowest selenium blood level. The 10-year survival rate in women with the highest selenium blood level was 86.7%. A previous study found that higher selenium levels were linked...

Turn Back the Hands of Time Aug 23rd, 2021

     One of the most effective treatments we offer in our practice is bioidentical hormone therapy, and there is practically no hormone that produces better or faster than testosterone.      I’ve seen bioidentical hormone replacement in women and men rejuvenate brain cells, muscle, bones, and sex lives dramatically.      ...

What You’re Doing That’s Just as Dangerous as Smoking Aug 17th, 2021

Cell phones are to the 2000s what cigarettes were to the 1940s and 50s. Everyone was using them, and no one knew they were deadly. In fact, the tobacco companies paid big bucks to make sure the risks if cigarette smoking remained hidden. Today, the telecommunications industry is going to...

Platelet Rich Plasma- Spinning Blood Is Not Just for Athletes Jul 26th, 2021

Seattle Mariners pitcher Cliff Lee used it for an abdominal strain. Denver Nuggets power forward Kenyon Martin used it on a strained left knee. Last year, Tiger Woods had injections of it in his left knee before four majors and Pittsburgh Steelers Troy Polamalu and Hines Ward used it to...

If you have low testosterone, you’re more likely to die from COVID-19 Jul 19th, 2021

Professor Andrea Salonia and his colleagues at the San Raffaele University Hospital in Milan compared 286 male COVID patients, who came to the emergency department, with 305 healthy male volunteers, who attended hospital to give blood between February and May 2020. To put it very simply, those who were found...

Mainstream Medical School Stepping Out In Support of Alternative Medicine Jun 22nd, 2021

Most medical schools either pretend alternative medicine doesn't exist or brush it off as "unproven." But University of Kansas isn't most medical schools. Not only does it recognize the validity of alternative medicine, but it's also making strides to study it. One of the most recent steps was the appointment...

Low Testosterone Linked to Increased Mortality Risk May 24th, 2021

Men with low levels of testosterone have a greater mortality rate from any cause, compared with those who had higher levels, a study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism reported. The study included 149,436 men between the ages of 40 and 69, who enrolled in the UK Biobank from 2006...

Did You Know... Apr 13th, 2021

Scientists recently analyzed data from more than two million people in the United States and dozens of other countries and found that eating five servings of the right kinds of fruits and vegetables a day gave people a 13% lower risk of early death. Eating more than five servings, however,...

Artificial Sweeteners. The Bad and the Ugly... Mar 22nd, 2021

Are you one that has tried to get off sugar by switching to snacks and drinks that mimic the taste? If so, you are only fooling yourself. For years, I have told people they are risking their health by doing this, and now we are seeing more proof of that...

Why Being Overweight Increases Risk of Death From Covid 19 Jun 5th, 2020

A new study finds obesity makes Covid 19 worse and may lead to deadly blood clots in the lungs. Researchers found obese patients with Covid 19 may have three times the risk of developing a pulmonary embolism. Twenty-two percent of obese patients with Covid 19 who had cat scans done...

We Are Open Apr 9th, 2020

We wanted to take this time to let our patients know that we are currently still open and treating our regular patients by appointment only. We ask that at this time only the patient come inside the clinic and if you've traveled to high risk areas or outside of the...

What We Recommend to Protect Against the Coronavirus Mar 8th, 2020

The most important thing to know is that we will all probably be exposed to the Coronavirus eventually. The fact is most people will not be in grave danger unless they have poor immunity.  Everyone should do the usual things to lower the risk, such as washing hands regularly, staying...

Good News for Macular Degeneration Patients! Mar 4th, 2020

There are two forms of macular degeneration, dry and wet. But Advanced Macular Degeneration (AMD) is the worst. This is where there is an abnormal growth of blood vessels that affect the light sensing part of the retina. It results from an overactive immune response to inflammation. Vitamin D fights...

A Scarcely Known Treatment to Treat and Cure Fibromyalgia Feb 24th, 2020

Throughout history, Fibromyalgia is a disease that has been hard to identify and analyze because at first it presents itself as several different issues. The multi-symptom check list can include but is not limited to musculoskeletal pain, fatigue, mood swings, and memory loss. It is now believed that out of...

Have You Been Told You Need Heart Surgery...Is It Really Necessary? Feb 19th, 2020

Over half of angiographies, angioplasties, and stents have been questioned for medical necessity according to several studies coming out recently. Some go as far as to say that many are done for liability, economics, insurance, and medical politics. A new study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association suggested...

Nobel Prize Winner's Answer to Cancer...Proposed Almost 50 Years Ago Is Finally Being Used Feb 17th, 2020

Nobel Prize winner Dr. Linus Pauling and colleague Dr. Ewan Cameron shared a research study proposing high dose intravenous Vitamin C can in fact be used in fighting cancer cells. Researchers tried to repeat these studies, but instead chose to use high dose ORAL Vitamin C, which of course did not...

Prolotherapy and Platelet Rich Plasma Feb 13th, 2020

From famous athletes like Alex Rodriguez to everyday individuals, Prolotherapy and PRP are providing healing while allowing patients to get back to everyday activities in a timely manner. At the Doctors Clinic Regenerative Medicine Center, we have treated all different areas ranging from knees, back, shoulder, ankle and other joints...

AUTISM INTERESTS Jan 15th, 2020

A recently published article in BMC Pediatrics finds children with autism may benefit from Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatments (HBOT). The multicenter, randomized, double-blind, controlled study compared children taking 40 hours of HBOT versus those receiving slightly pressurized room air. The study found significant improvements in overall functioning, receptive language, social interaction,...

Concerned About Mercury Toxicity? Dec 17th, 2019

Mercury levels can be tested…we offer urine analysis here at the clinic. Mercury toxicity symptoms can depend on many factors:1. The chemical form absorbed and how it is transported into the body tissues2. The presence of other synergistic toxins (Pb and Cd have similar effects)3. The presence of a disease...

There Is Hope for Poor Circulation… Dec 17th, 2019

Suffering from cold, numb or aching hands and feet? This affliction may be due to poor circulation. Don’t wait…if left alone, it will only get worse. Unless…you choose to do something about it! Take control of your health today! There are simple non-invasive tests here at the clinic that can...

Why Testosterone May Not Improve Erectile Dysfunction! Dec 17th, 2019

Have you or someone you know tried Viagra and Cialis with little to no improvement? Did you know 50% of men don’t respond to them? A new research study might hold the answer… A group of 60+ year old men with Erectile Dysfunction Syndrome (EDS) who had poor responses with...

What Vitamin Decreases Your Risk for 18 Different Cancers, Heart Disease, Flu, and More... Oct 19th, 2019

Large study links poor vitamin D status with greater risk of dying of all causes over 8 year period. The risk of dying this study is describing is all causes…infections, cardiovascular events, and all cancers! To better explain how vitamin D works to reduce these risks let me first start...

COMMON WEIGHT LOSS MISTAKES Aug 30th, 2019

Don’t make it harder than it already is…avoid some of the most common weight loss mistakes! 1. Setting unrealistic goals.Consider your age, body type, hormones (thyroid, menopause), sex, stress level, and ability to exercise. Yes, it is great to set a goal or even multiple goals, but don’t make them...

INCREASE YOUR FAT BURNING SKILLS IN 10 SIMPLE STEPS Aug 22nd, 2019

1. Anytime you take the stairs at home or at work, double step (every other stair). This is similar to the lunge, which is great for firming legs and butt.2. Commit to always taking the stairs. Set a number (6 times) and make yourself achieve it by the end of...