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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 Does it take forever to start a project... or finish it for that matter? Are you frequently forgetful, late or disorganized? Is it difficult to sit still, pay attention or stay focused in meetings? As adults, too often we attribute...read more
by Dr. Keri Chiappino DC, DACNB, BCN In July 2018, the FDA banned U.S. manufacturers from using artificial trans fatty acids, a.k.a. trans fats, in processed foods to extend shelf life and flavor. The additives were found to elevate bad (LDL or low-density...read more
Autumn is when Mother Nature is at her fiery best -- a magical time of brilliant colors, cool nights and pumpkin spice everything! But for some, the switch from the carefree summer months, to shorter days, long, dark nights, and crammed schedules trigger "change of...read more
Concerned about your risk of dementia? Better get serious about heart health. A new 20-year-study, currently the largest and longest of its kind, found that when heart health declines, thinking and memory also begin to fail. The study found 8% of healthy participants...read more
Free flowing, carefree summers sound appealing, but when your child has attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), freedom from the regular routine may actual be detrimental to his/her well-being. Keeping your child on a productive path will help reduce...read more
Does your teen get 10 hours of solid sleep each night? Does he/she get at least one hour of moderate to vigorous exercise each day? How about screen time? Does your teen spend less than the recommended 2 hours a day for 14-18 year olds on digital devices? If your...read more