Typical First Treatments

  • September 16, 2019

In this week's video blog, I answer the question: What is a typical first treatment look like in my office? The Bioresonance Analysis I use often guides me to first address flow in the body. By removing obstacles, we can…

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The River Of Health – A Powerful Analogy

The River of Health – A Powerful Analogy

  • May 21, 2019

The "river" is my analogy for health and healing. It is through this lens that I approach care for every patient. In this week's video blog, I explain why I use this analogy and what it means for your health.…

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Brain Detoxification & Alzheimer’s Disease

Brain Detoxification & Alzheimer’s Disease

  • September 8, 2018

Does brain detoxification prevent Alzheimer’s? This week's video blog discusses the importance of improving flow in your brain. Some astounding new discoveries have shed light on how Alzheimer's disease may develop over time. Watch below to learn what you can…

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Understanding The Healing Process

Understanding the Healing Process

  • June 11, 2018

Understanding is a key part of the healing process. It is essential for every one of my patients to understand how I am looking at their health and why I am recommending certain treatments. This is why I use the…

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Your River Of Health

Your River of Health

  • May 1, 2018

In this week's video blog, I discuss how I view the health of my patients. My perspective on this has changed over the course of my career, from looking at my patients like complicated machines to now looking at them…

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Hormone Issues in Women

  • January 8, 2018

Hormone issues can be a maddening struggle for many women. Many doctors do not understand that hormone issues are an effect, and not the cause of issues in the body. In this week's video blog, I discuss my approach to…

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How to Interpret Symptoms

  • October 9, 2017

Symptoms are obviously important. They let you know when there is a problem with your health. Symptoms can be a good indicator of chronic health problems arising. However, symptoms do not always reflect short-term progress. This week's video blog elaborates…

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The Myth of MTHFR

  • December 20, 2016

A patient recently sought me out because I had experience treating MTHFR gene defects. She was "homozygous", a term that means she had two copies of the MTHFR gene.  The MTHFR gene codes for, well...you guessed it: MTHFR!  It's an…

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