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The Importance of Fiber (01/2022)

Most doctors and patients don’t like talking about poop, but the fact is, constipation has reached epidemic proportions in Western countries, especially among the elderly. Laxatives are among the most commonly used

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COVID-19 & Our Immune System (01/2022)

This week, Governor Cuomo announced that up to 80% of New Yorkers may contract COVID-19. Whether or not this is accurate remains to be seen, but in any event, if we don’t contract the virus ourselves

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The Chiropractic Adjustment Part 2 (01/2022)

My previous newsletter described the difference between fixations and subluxations: fixations are two or more contiguous vertebrae that are locked in place while subluxations are misaligned vertebrae or extremity bones

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The Chiropractic Adjustment Part 1 (01/2022)

As a chiropractor, I’m frequently asked “what does the cracking do?” My usual response is something like “well, it does a lot of things, but simply put, it helps us feel better.” After all if it didn’t

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SIBO & Low Back, Hip, and Knee Pain (01/2022)

The Ileocecal Valve is between your small and large intestines. Its function is to hold material in your small intestine until digestion is complete. The small intestine is equivalent to the kitchen area of your bowel.

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Inflamation (01/2022)

Chronic inflammation is pervasive in our society. Perhaps you suspect inflammation in yourself or a loved one, but are not really clear on what it is. In this newsletter, I will describe how inflammation occurs

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Supplements (01/2022)

Supplements should be tasted when taken, not just swallowed. I give this advice to all my clients and they’re usually not happy about it. I get it, quality supplements are generally don’t taste good. But they are foods in pill form

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Supplements Every Medicine Cabinet Should Have! (01/2022)

Should I follow my doctor’s advice and get a flu shot?’ While these interventions may provide temporary relief, none of them will make us healthy. On the contrary, they all have side effects. Even if a flu shot happens to protect us

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Genetic Testing (01/2022)

I am pleased to announce that I have completed the certification program in genetic nutritional analysis. As of August 9, 2018, I will begin offering genetic testing and counseling. In this newsletter, I will describe what genetic testing

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Meridian Therapy in Applied Kinesiology (01/2022)

Anyone who has ever been treated by me has experienced the way in which acupuncture points are used in Applied Kinesiology. I use them either to diagnose or treat in almost every patient visit. Meridian therapy

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