IV Therapies for Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia

Written by Paul S. Anderson, NMD  The purpose of this review is to collate and summarize some of the available scientific data regarding potential causes, aggravations and therapies in the Fibromyalgia / Chronic Fatigue (FMS/CFS) and like syndromes. This review is … Read More

June Webinar: Economic Benefits of Offering IV Therapy

June P2P Webinar:   Tune in on Tuesday, June 20th for a presentation on IV Nutrient Therapy and how it can grow your practice profitability. Join IV nutrient therapy expert, Dr. Mitch Ghen for a discussion on: – IV therapy demographics and … Read More

May Webinar Recording: Discover Dried Urine Testing – The Latest Innovations in Hormone Testing

WEBINAR RECORDING: Discover Dried Urine Testing – The Latest Innovations in Hormone Testing   Listen to/watch the recording below and click HERE for the webinar handout.   During this webinar, Mark Newman, Founder and CEO of Precision Analytical, Inc. discussed … Read More

The Role of Micronutrients in Sports Medicine

Republished with permission from SpectraCell Laboratories   The Importance of Individualized Nutrition for Athletes From a nutritional standpoint, the athlete’s focus should include both macronutrients–protein for muscle rebuilding, carbohydrates for energy renewal, fats for nerve function—as well as the critically … Read More

New Quality-Control Investigations on Vaccines

Written by Dr. David Brownstein   Italian researchers recently studied the safety of vaccines in current use. (1) They examined 44 types of vaccines to check for physical contamination.  Although the vaccines were obtained from two countries (France and Italy), … Read More

Training Video – How to Customize Physical Exam Templates

In this training video, you’ll learn how to Create multiple physical exam templates. Create new sections and questions. Display only the sections and questions you’d like. Sort the display order of sections and questions. Configure how the answers will display … Read More

Medications & Adrenal Insufficiency

Written by Mark Newman, President of Precision Analytical, Inc.  Everyone knows that taking corticosteroids like Prednisone can be suppressive to the adrenal glands – this is why they are usually dosed in a tapering manner in order to prevent a crash. … Read More

The Truths of Testosterone Restoration Therapy in Females

by Jim Paoletti, BS Pharmacy, FAARM, FIACP – Director of Education | Power2Practice   There appears to be many assumptions, questions and concerns surrounding the use of testosterone therapy in women. It has been written that testosterone is a male hormone, that its … Read More

To Salt or Not to Salt?

Written by James L. Wilson, DC, ND, PhD. Republished with permission from AdrenalFatigue.org Are your patients confused about salt? Worried because the media and medicine appear to unanimously suggest that each shake of a salt shaker drives a nail into the coffin? … Read More

Testing Urinary Neurotransmitters? Avoid the Big 5

By Allison Smith, ND – Clinical Consultant at ZRT Laboratory Food is medicine. It’s well understood that the food we eat provides the amino acids, micronutrients (eg., vitamins and minerals) and macronutrients (proteins, fats and carbohydrates) that we need to … Read More

Mercury Fillings: Toxic Material That Should Be Banned

Written by Dr. David Brownstein Honestly, I can’t believe that I’m still writing about this topic. Why anyone could think that mercury—one of the most toxic substances known to mankind—is safe to use as a dental filling is beyond ridiculous. … Read More

Training Video – How to Add a Supervising Provider Signature to a Prescription

In this video, you’ll learn how to add a supervising provider signature to a prescription within the Power2Practice software.   You may view all training videos here at any time.