For Men

Do you have Urinary Incontinence or Painful Intercourse?

Check out our new technique to help with pelvic issues in both men and women.

This includes dribbling, urinary urgency and sexual dysfunction.

There is a new injection technique that helps men or women with incontinence issues and helps women with painful intercourse.

Women can have these issues from having children or having gynecological surgery.

Men also can have incontinence from surgeries such as those related to prostate cancer.

This technique takes less than 30 minutes in the office. We recommend a series of 4 injections over a 4 week period.

By |September 23rd, 2015|For Men, For Women, Sexual Health, Therapy|

Be Happy Now

Top five regrets of the dying written by a caregiver Bronnie Ware author of “The Top Regrets of the Dying: A Life Transformed by the Dearly Departing”

Top five regrets of the dying written by a caregiver Bronnie Ware author of The Top Regrets of the Dying: A Life Transformed by the Dearly Departing

I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.
I wish I hadn’t worked so hard.
I wish I’d had the courage to express my feelings.
I wish I had stayed in touch with my friends.
I wish that I had let myself be happy.

And not a mention of not having enough sex….

 

Cologuard® Is Back

The stool screening test for early cancer detection has reemerged. Cologuard requires the donation of a stool sample and does not require special dietary restrictions. It is 92% accurate for detecting cancer, but detected less than half of advanced precancerous lesions. Cost is about $600.

Qwest Labs has another test called the Septin-9. This blood test is very convenient, requires no dietary restrictions but is only 70% accurate. The cost is about $600.

The test I have used for years is the Fecal Immunochemical Test (FITs) and does not require special dietary preparation. This test is about 74% accurate and costs around $50.

Current guidelines by the American College of Gastroenterology recommend colonoscopy starting at age 50 and repeating every 10 years. When colonoscopy is not available or the patient declines the procedure, guidelines recommend annual fecal occult blood tests. Some guidelines now recommend computed tomography colonography every 5 years as another alternative test for average risk patients. Beware of the high radiation levels with this form of cancer screening

Real Affordable Health Care?

I was invited to a meeting to understand a new health care co-op – O’Na Health Care. It is a Native American Health Care Plan. You do not need to be a Native American to participate.

For legal reasons:

O’Na Health Care cannot be referred to as a medical insurance plan.
O’Na Care must be applied for.

The type of client that they want to help are people interested in natural health methods and in taking responsibility for personal health.

In this system, reimbursement will be allowed for alternative healing methods.

The deductible is $5,000 for a single person, $10,000 for a family.
Your monthly premium may be as low as half of what you are currently paying.
Dependent children up to age 26 can be covered on the parent’s policy.
This plan is an opt-out for Obama-care, and can take the place of medical insurance.

I’m considering signing up as a provider of these plans and I like to know what you think.

Please email me with your opinion at O’Na Health Care – response

You can find out more about at www.onahealthcare.com.

Airborne vs Emergen-C

Airborne has splenda and acesulfame potassium, both of which are neurotoxins. I cannot recommend anyone take this product. Airborne is 49 cents a packet.

Emergen-C has no MSG, aspartame or neurotoxins. Their fructose is not from corn. Nonetheless, the company cannot claim their product is GMO (genetically modified) free. Emergen-C is around 50 cents a packet.

For quick (non-GMO) Vitamin C, I mix up 1000 mg of Vitamin C crystals for about 7 cents.

We carry now Vitamin C crystals at the clinic.

Lavado can prevent Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease is predicted to affect nearly 16 million Americans by 2050. Researchers are hopeful that cocoa extract could be a possible preventative treatment.

Lavado, an extract from cocoa, may reduce or block damage to nerve pathways in individuals with Alzheimer’s disease, thus reducing symptoms such as cognitive decline.

Researchers have long known that cocoa and dark chocolate have substantial health benefits, due to their sky-high content of polyphenols. In the past, studies have focused mainly on the general health-promoting and protective aspects of cocoa’s various antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents.

Now, a new animal study conducted at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and published in the June 2014 issue of Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease explores ways in which cocoa works at the molecular and cellular level to reduce damage to nerve pathways in Alzheimer’s disease. As nerve pathway damage can be seen long before patients even develop symptoms, there is hope that cocoa polyphenols may be able to help prevent the disease’s onset.

According to the researchers, lavado cocoa extract could pave the way for new treatments, but further studies are needed to better understand how the extract works in the human brain. NaturalHealth365

We CAN Treat Pain!

Imagine being virtually pain-free—without cortisone, surgery, or prescription drugs. It doesn’t matter if you injured your knee from dancing all night, or your wrists hurt from typing on a computer. Prolozone Therapy™ is a safe, natural, and often permanent treatment.

It’s an injection of vitamins and oxygen in and around ligaments, increasing the cellular repair activity—providing the building blocks necessary to heal your joints.

Prolozone uses procaine injections and ozone to restore injured nerves and tissues. Procaine is very healing to the tissue and acts like an anti-inflammatory, and anti-spasmodic and can block abnormal reflexes that cause pain.

This re-establishes the normal electrical conduction coursing through the body. Ozone is the most powerful form of oxygen in the universe, and has powerful effects in bringing oxygen to damaged body areas injured and starved for oxygen.

A Prolozone treatment can aid most types of pain, including headaches, back pain (including degenerated or herniated discs), sciatica, whiplash, neck pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, rotator cuff, arthritis, tendonitis, chronic pelvic pain, sinusitis, asthma and many other conditions.

Because Prolozone treatments also result in cartilage regeneration, the technique is also remarkably effective even for severe cases of osteoarthritis of the hip or knee.

By |April 17th, 2014|For Men, For Women, Ozone, Pain, Therapy|

New Testosterone Research, What Does it Tell Us?

Perhaps you have heard the TV ads for lawyers interested in filing suits for testosterone injuries. This advertising springs from the recent article entitled “Association of Testosterone Therapy With Mortality, Myocardial Infarction, and Stroke in Men With Low Testosterone Levels” by Vigen et al. This research paper concludes the onset of testosterone therapy in certain men can cause an increase in heart attacks and strokes

There has been 40 years of research on testosterone with an opposite conclusion. Declining testosterone levels are associated with an increase in heart failure, an increase in heart attacks, increased mortality from heart attacks and strokes, and an increase in all causes of death . Testosterone also can decrease plaque in the arteries (even statins can’t do this), and lower cholesterol levels.

Why does this study have such different results from the 40 years of research? This study is observational, and retrospective. Researchers collated the data after-the-fact. The intervention (testosterone therapy) was uncontrolled. For example, we don’t know what type of testosterone these men took. We don’t know if they achieved therapeutic testosterone blood levels. We don’t know if they took the hormone at all. Did these men start smoking during this interval? We don’t know about these and many other variables. It is hard to determine causation in a study like this.

Most of the serious studies on testosterone are meta-analysis, double blind controlled studies. These large studies have conditions which are controlled at the onset, and the subjects are randomly given the intervention. Then the data is collected.

But we must take this information, and put it in a larger perspective. There are 40 years of research, and this one interesting study. Perhaps testosterone is not of benefit to men with […]

By |April 17th, 2014|For Men|

Ladies, Do You Have Low Libido?

A technical paper investigating the use of manganese in serious neurological conditions, (http://psycnet.apa.org/psycinfo/1977-23692-001), found an interesting side effect; a dose of 15-30 mg per day frequently improved libido and sexual performance in men and women.

Manganese can be found in cloves, wheat bran and wheat germ, nuts, mussels, clams, oysters, cocoa powder and chocolate. You’d have to eat a whopping amount of these foods to ingest the 15-30mg dose that appears to stimulate libido and aid performance, so consider a supplement instead. We are currently stocking manganese in the interest of a happy holiday season. Call the office at 208 658-5570 and stock up now!

Radiation Protection

What We Can Do:
There are ways to mitigate the effects of this dangerous radiation. One is to take supplements that prevent the radioactive elements from settling in our bodies. Here’s a link to an article that explains why protecting ourselves BEFORE radiation exposure is so important:

I recommend that you acquire some supplements in advance ‘just in case’, because it is important to saturate our bodies with minerals before we encounter any radioactivity. We carry the following supplements in our office. Call 208 658-5570 to order.

To prevent Iodide 131 from settling in the body, use Iodoral, a non-radioactive iodide supplement. An adult can take one tablet a day. SSKI, a liquid source of iodine, is perfect for infants and children. SSKI needs to be ordered from a compounding pharmacy.

Cesium 137 is similar to potassium, so taking Iodoral, which contains some potassium, can help prevent absorption. Mega-Min has potassium as well. You can also buy Morton’s Salt Substitute, which contains potassium chloride, and use this as you would use salt in cooking and seasoning.

Use calcium supplements, or non-radioactive Strontium, to prevent absorption of Strontium 90. Mega-Min has calcium in protective amounts.

Mega-Min also contains Selenium, which is protective against cancer in general.
Be Prepared:
In the event of a nuclear meltdown, I recommend the following supplements/dosages:

Adult Daily Dose:

2 Mega-Mins
1 Strontium
1 Iodoral
Vitamin C 1000mg 3 times a day
Vitamin D 5000iu per day

Note: Cancer patients can take 6 Mineral 650 (a supplement that does not contain copper or iron), 1 Strontium, and 1 Iodoral per day.

Keep the Morton’s salt substitute handy and sprinkle it on food.

Call the office at 208 658-5570 to order the above supplements, or if you need a recommendation to a compounding pharmacy.

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