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This blog was created to share information on the holistic approach to addressing a wide range of neurological disorders including Autism, Asperger’s, ADHD, Tourette’s, Parkinson’s, and Alzheimer’s disease. We’ll also discuss natural methods for prenatal discomfort, cutting-edge neurofeedback and other drug-free therapies for those suffering from chronic pain/inflammation, as well as proper nutrition.
Our goal is to help you learn how to achieve optimum health…naturally.
— Dr. Keri Chiappino and Dr. W. Brent Reynolds
by Dr. Keri Chiappino, DC DACNB BCN The holidays often come with a mixed bag of emotions — while the festivities can bring joy and excitement, the frenzied preparations, travel and time commitments (and don’t forget the inevitable January holiday bills!)...read more
by Dr. Andreas Michaelides Each brain reacts differently to trauma and the consequences of a traumatic brain injury are not always externally obvious—hence the “silent epidemic” branding — so family, friends and others do not always understand there is a...read more
Tips to Prevent Back Injuries During The Snowy Season by Dr. W. Brent Reynolds, DC DACNB BCN Get your blood pumping and joints moving by stretching the arms, back, shoulders and legs before heading outdoors. Devoting a few minutes to exercise prepares your body for...read more
Tips to Jump-Start You on Your New Lifestyle: by Holistic Health Coach Kelly Hoffman, HHC 1. Find a lifestyle diet that seems reasonable to you and stick to it for two weeks — this can be paleo, vegan, ketosis, Mediterranean…the possibilities are endless. After two...read more
Some food for thought for a healthy and satisfying holiday meal: If you plan to serve turkey, try to buy organic if possible. Try Wild By Nature, Whole Foods, Trader Joes or similar grocers. Eat as many foods as you can with Omega 3 fats on the table —...read more
Kelly Hoffman HHC offers the following tips to help combat blood sugar swings Avoid all artificial sweeteners and low fat foods; the many hidden chemical compounds and unhealthy sugars in them can cause belly bloat, blood sugar swings and cravings. Avoiding simple...read more