The most effective way to get a high-functioning gut is to borrow a sample from a healthy person and transplant it.
Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) treatments may sound foreign or redundant. However, understanding the hormones that play a role in our everyday health, and the treatment options available, is important to our sense of well-being.
Seed cycling is a gentle but effective tool to balance hormones with the use of different seeds during the phases of a woman’s menstrual cycle.
The patented Food Inflammation Test (FIT) can reveal which foods are causing inflammation and disease, and help develop a personalized nutritional guide to improve a patient’s state of health and energy levels.
Humans have been using cannabis to treat conditions including common autoimmune disorders, seizures and spasms, stress, depression and anxiety, chronic pain, neuropathy, nausea and skin conditions for thousands of years.
As early as 400 B.C., Hippocrates stated that all disease begins in the gut. Long before the agricultural revolution and the industrialization of our food supply, before modern medicine or the invention of toxic chemicals and environmental pollutants, the root cause of disease had already been traced to the health of our gastrointestinal (GI) tracts.
Neurofeedback is recognized by the American Academy of Pediatrics as clinically effective for ADD/ADHD.
There is growing interest in sound therapy, an ancient healing technique that uses vibrational frequencies of sound to tune the body for optimal balance physically, emotionally and spiritually. It is gaining attention along with alternative and energy medicine, and is available in Richmond.
The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG) recently issued a committee opinion that supports delayed cord clamping in full term and preterm infants.
Tension, if left unchecked, can cause eyestrain, blurry vision, mental fatigue, lack of circulation and elevated stress levels. One of the simplest natural and holistic ways to quickly relax the eyes and decrease eyestrain is the gentle practice of palming.