Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis

https://youtu.be/L1ptjYYzsOc Osteoporosis, or thinning of the bones, occurs with hormonal deficiency, lack of exercise, weight loss, cigarette smoking, alcohol use, steroid therapy, high protein diets and vitamin D deficiency. Certain medications increase bone loss,...
Men’s Health

Men’s Health

Men are often less attentive to their health than women. It is common for wives to make doctor’s appointments for their husbands. Proper care is important, however, since a lot can be done to prevent, ameliorate and reverse disease. We encourage men to pursue regular...
Liver Disease

Liver Disease

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Joint and Muscle Pain

Joint and Muscle Pain

What we do for Joint and Muscle Pain and InflammationWe see many people with muscle and joint pain.  These pains are often chronic, coming from repetitive activities over years, poor posture, excessive exercise, or unresolved injuries. Change What You EatSugar, dairy...
Hormone Deficiency

Hormone Deficiency

Hormone Deficiency Estrogen and menopause in women Menopause is defined as one year after the last menstrual period. Prior to that time, however, symptoms will begin and blood tests will reveal low estradiol levels and high FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone, a...
High Cholesterol

High Cholesterol

CHOLESTEROL- HOW IMPORTANT IS IT AND WHAT DO YOU DO ABOUT IT? Cholesterol is a risk factor for heart disease and peripheral vascular disease, but not for stroke unless it is extremely high. According to current medical literature, total cholesterol should be less than...
High Blood Pressure – Hypertension

High Blood Pressure – Hypertension

HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE – THE ANSWER One quarter of the adult population of the United States has high blood pressure. In most of these people blood pressure is not under control despite medication. Most patients are taking 2, 3, or 4 blood pressure medications and are...
Heart Disease

Heart Disease

Heart disease usually begins after the age of 40 in men, but generally does not begin in women until after menopause. At the age of 60 and thereafter heart disease occurs with equal frequency in both sexes. Initial symptoms are tightness or pain in the chest, shoulder...