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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
Did you know that the nation's 65+ year old population is projected to double within the next 20 years, and that the number of older Americans will outnumber children for the first time in history? May is Older Americans Month, a time to celebrate healthy aging - and...read more
April 23-27th is the sixth annual celebration of Every Kid Healthy Week which shines a spotlight on efforts to promote health and wellness for our children. While the premise of the week is built on preventing obesity, we think it's a good time to focus on the feeding...read more
I love using my essential oils for my family...are they safe to use on my pet?" is one of the most frequent questions we hear at the office. From shampoos, to pest repellents to ointments for minor irritations, Young Living's line of Animal Scents essential oils are...read more
Natural Flu Fighters The U.S. is experiencing a very active flu season this year, which has impacted most of the country. Having reached epidemic proportions, it is critical to take immediate precautions to protect the health of your family. Listed below are steps you...read more
Your spine is literally the backbone of good health! Misalignments not only trigger pain and limit your range of motion, but can also irritate the nerves housed in the spinal column and interrupt signals sent by your brain to the rest of your body. Disruption in...read more
Some tips from Dr. Keri Chiappino to help keep you cool and comfortable in the coming weeks: 1.First and foremost -- Keep hydrated! The US Institute of Medicine recommends 12-13 eight-ounce glasses of water spread out throughout the day. Keeping your thirst quenched...read more