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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 As a chiropractic neurologist, neurofeedback practitioner and a certified yoga instructor, I am well aware of the power of the mind/body connection and its role in the healing process. More importantly, as a breast cancer...read more
PALEO CINNAMON MUFFINS 2 Eggs 1 cup almond or coconut milk 1 cup almond flour 1/2 cup coconut flour 1/2 tsp salt 1/2 tsp baking soda 2 Tbsp cinnamon 1 cup coconut sugar 5 Tbsp coconut oil 1 cup any nut of choosing crushed (optional) Heat oven to 350 degrees Mix...read more
by Kelly Hoffman, HHC Cancer statistics from the National Institute of Health reveal that almost 90% of all cases are caused by factors other than genetics, such as environmental toxins, poor diet and stress. Besides lung cancer, breast cancer death rates in the U.S....read more
by Kelly Hoffmann HHC Getting back to a school schedule can be daunting after a carefree summer. Starting the day with a nutritious breakfast followed by a healthy lunch can help jump start your child’s body and brain and provide the fuel needed to maintain...read more
Home Baked Chicken Nuggets recipe by Kelly Hoffmann, HHC Many parents find packing a healthy lunch to be challenging, especially for picky eaters. What do kids need in their lunch boxes to succeed? Kelly Hoffmann, HHC offers this advice: “Try to avoid...read more
by Dr. Andreas Michaelides, PhD Depression can be invisible — it often goes unseen by others because those in the throes of depression often feel isolated and withdraw from life. Making the first move is hard; getting treatment requires a certain level...read more