Category: Complex Medical Problems

Newsletter #3: The Amazing Potential of FSM

  The Amazing Potential of FSM (Frequency Specific Microcurrent)   I was honored to present several hours of lecture at the most recent FSM Advanced Course and Symposium, held in Henderson, Nevada fromMarch 30th-April 1st and I would like to

Posted in Chronic Pain, Complex Medical Problems, Dental/Metal Toxicity, Fibromyalgia, Newsletters - Main Article, Nutrition/Health

Treatment Fatigue

Please talk about treatment fatigue in general, in particular, what are your options if your body cannot tolerate antibiotics, maybe the liver function is limited? By “treatment fatigue” I assume you mean that a specific patient cannot tolerate ongoing standard

Posted in Complex Medical Problems, Lyme Disease, Mold Toxicity/Methylation

How Long Will Treatment Take?

When new patients make their first appointments, they usually have many questions about how long their treatment will take. Understandably, they get frustrated when we cannot answer those questions with any kind of specificity. Here’s the problem: Before we actually

Posted in Complex Medical Problems, Fibromyalgia, Lyme Disease, Mold Toxicity/Methylation

The Bind That Ties – What is Chelation?

The Bind That Ties Excerpted from Healing Is Possible: New Hope for Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, Persistent Pain, and Other Chronic Illnesses by Neil Nathan MD. Much is written about chelation, and as with any controversial therapy, much of this information

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Finally…A New Model for Understanding Depression and Pain

  At last, the times, they are a changin’. For 25 years the medical profession has viewed depression as a “simple” imbalance or deficiency of serotonin and dopamine. This misguided concept has limited the treatment of depression almost exclusively to

Posted in Chronic Pain, Complex Medical Problems, Philosophical Ruminations

My Comments on Healing

Many of my patients are unusually ill and their health is significantly compromised. Most have seen many other practitioners, both conventional and alternative, and they are not satisfied with the progress of their healing. How can I be so presumptuous

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Honoring the Individual

When new patients make their appointments, they usually have many questions about how long they should plan to stay with us at GMA. Understandably, they get frustrated when we cannot answer those questions with any kind of specificity. Here’s the

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On Hand-Holding as a Lifeline

  When you work with patients who are as compromised as some of mine, it is impossible not to reflect on their progress on a regular basis. The individuals who are doing well require little additional thought; but those who

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