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Why Your Online Reputation Matters More Than You Think

Did you know that 72 percent of patients begin their search for a new doctor online? Just like you may read reviews on products you are considering purchasing or restaurants you haven’t been to before, people read reviews about practices when looking for a new doctor. In a world of social media and rating systems,… Read More »

Skin Deep Look At Hormones

Written by Michelle Violi, PharmD – Women’s International Pharmacy There is no doubt that hormones affect the skin, but do different hormones affect the skin differently? Let’s take a closer look. Estrogen Estrogen appears to affect the skin and its appearance in a number of ways: It supports collagen production, it maintains skin moisture by… Read More »

Nutritional Considerations of Women’s Health

Republished with permission from SpectraCell Laboratories There is overwhelming evidence that vitamin deficiencies are associated with chronic disease processes and the overall condition of one’s health. In this article, we’ll highlight the importance of nutritional supplements for the health of every stage in a woman’s life. Osteoporosis Good bone health is not as simple as… Read More »

March Webinar Recording: Ozone Therapy

Webinar Recording: Ozone Therapy: Harnessing the Power of Oxygen to Heal your Patients David Brownstein, MD, presents an hour-long webinar, discussing how ozone therapy can stimulate energy production and ATP formation to be used as a treatment for a wide range of medical conditions. Listen to/watch the recording below! Topics Covered: The fundamentals of ozone… Read More »

Herbal Remedies for Sleep Disturbances & the Nervous System

Posted Dr. Sherry LaBeck – Republished with permission from ZRT Laboratory O sleep, O gentle sleep, Nature’s soft nurse, how have I frighted thee, That thou no more wilt weigh my eyelids down And steep my senses in forgetfulness? William Shakespeare, Henry IV A good night’s sleep is important to health. During sleep the body… Read More »

Ozone Therapy Dramatically Improves Arthritic Joint

Written by Dr. David Brownstein Mary is a 48-year-old patient suffering with a long history of rheumatoid arthritis. I have seen Mary for many years before she moved out of state and then, I began to see her infrequently. It had been a few years since I had last seen her but she came to… Read More »

February Webinar Recording: How To Grow Vitamin Sales In Your Practice

Webinar Recording: How To Grow Vitamin Sales In Your Practice Pamela W. Smith, M.D., MPH, MS, presents an hour-long webinar, sharing her extensive experience on how to best use nutritional supplements to better your patient outcomes and increase your practice’s bottom line. Listen to/watch the recording below and download the slides by clicking here. Topics Covered:… Read More »

Clinical Application and Dangers of High Dose Biotin

Written by Pharmacy Solutions Summary High-dose biotin treatment can cause insidiously misleading laboratory results by fully mimicking the typical laboratory pattern of Graves’ diseaseand sometimes persisting for several days after biotin application [13] A Somewhat Bizarre Case of Graves Disease Due to Vitamin Treatment [14] A Single 10 mg Oral Dose of Biotin Interferes with… Read More »

How Can Periomenopause Cause Unexplained Anxiety and Feelings of Doom?

Written by SottoPelle What’s going on with the hormones of periomenopause that may cause anxiety in a woman? The late Dr. Gino Tutera, B/GYN and specialist in bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, believed that “these feelings are primarily due to lack of testosterone.” Periomenopause Can Cause Anxiety Yes, younger women naturally product the “male hormone” testosterone,… Read More »

Estriol Supplementation and Metabolites – A Caveat

Written by Mark Newman, President of Precision Analytical, Inc. I want to discuss a complicated scenario with you. If you give estriol, please keep reading. If you don’t use estriol in your practice, feel free to forward this to those who do! Bottom Line: When a patient takes estriol (especially if it is oral/sublingual) some… Read More »

Human Response Patterns to Stress: Paths to Adrenal Fatigue

Written by James L. Wilson, DC, ND, PhD Many of my patients who suffered from the effects of adrenal fatigue and chronic stress often asked: “How did I end up this way?” The descriptions given below are snapshots of the most common patterns of adrenal fatigue I have seen clinically over the past twenty-four years.… Read More »

January Webinar Recording: Pellet Hormone Therapy – a Primer for Clinicians

Webinar Recording: Pellet Hormone Therapy – a Primer for Clinicians James Mirabile, MD, FACOG, Medical Director at SottoPelle, presents an hour-long webinar on pellet hormone therapy basics and how it can revitalize your practice. Listen to/watch the recording below and download the slides by clicking here! Topics Covered: General questions to help identify HRT candidates… Read More »