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SUBSTANCE WITHDRAWAL (PAIN/OXYCONTIN ADDICTION) Nutritional Support Protocol

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    Drug withdrawal, particlarly with pharmaceutical drug addiction, is best accomplished with a team of healthcare practitioners who can support the physical, biochemical, emotional and spiritual needs of the person going through the process. The lifestyle, dietary, and supplement programs below are a good start to begin a withdrawal program....

Over the Counter Pain Medication Problems

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NSAIDS, aspirin, and Tylenol are now getting black box warnings from the FDA because there are too many serious complications related to their use. GI bleeding, liver and kidney failure, and heart attacks are issues.

Gaya Bhatnagar, Lac, MS, CAP

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Gaya Bhatnagar, Lac, MS, CAP Acupuncturist and Herbalist Credentials Gaya Bhatnagar is a Licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist. She is also a Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner, as well as holding certificates in Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture, Shiatsu and Reiki. Gaya has studied with the top Acupuncturist, Ayurvedic Practitioners and Naturopathic...

Bruce Presnick, DC

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    Bruce Presnick, DC Chiropractor Background Dr. Bruce Presnick is a chiropractor who has been in private practice since 1978. He has a post-graduate degree in Chiropractic Orthopedics and specializes in sports injuries, carpal tunnel, post-trauma, fitness, and holistic approaches to health. His purpose is to help people achieve...

Preview: Kidney Stones

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Kidney Stones are very painful when they are passing into the ureter. They are generally made of calcium oxalate, uric acid or struvite. Collecting a 24 hour urine sample to analyze a stone is the best way to find out their composition. Treatment is centered on increasing water intake to a couple of quarts a day and managing the pain. Occasionally it is necessary...

Preview, Peptic Ulcer Overview

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Peptic Ulcers affect up to 10% of us over our lifetime. Symptoms generally include burning in the upper abdomen, dull aching pain, and sometimes hemorrhaging and even perforation of the gut lining. They occur in the esophagus, stomach and duodenum. H. pylori is believed to cause about 50% of all peptic ulcers. NSAIDS including aspirin are common causes of ulcers...

Preview: Arthritis Overview

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Arthritis is a painful and disabling condition that is common, especially as we age. Risk factors are reviewed and both mainstream and CAM treatments are offered. The dangers of treatment are pointed out. Integrative strategies are reviewed. Lifestyle medicine is highlighted. Treatment for autoimmune forms of arthritis is also reviewed.

The Covert Use of Energy Weapons for Political Control

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The Covert Use of Energy Weapons for Political Control Byron Belitsos “The use of mind-altering electronic emissions . . . effectively annuls every protection the Constitution provides.” —Professor Arno Roche, Columbia University It was late 1977, but early in the career of a Yale-educated attorney named Alfred Webre,...

Prescriptions for Health Radio Show: March 25, 2011

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  Prescriptions for Health on Demand March 25, 2011   These are the last Prescription for Health Radio Shows that were broadcast on KEST Radio   Hour One  20:20 tips   “Preventing thyroid cancer in the dental office and when getting a mammogram”   and “Have you ever been guilty of looking at others...

Chronic Problems Need Chronic Solutions with Ofer Erez

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Doing a little every day to deal with stress or pain is more realistic to resolve problems that have been present for a long time. It may be possible to deal with symptoms of chronic disease quickly, but the body needs time to recover.

Corporate Alexander Work with John Baron

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Alexander training can be used in a corporate setting to manage injuries and pain. Observation is the first step in understanding what the needs are for pain relief. How people express themselves is powerful information that helps guide how and which parts of treatment will be offered. The best therapists are lifestyle coaches. Learning Alexander work takes...

Dr. Saputo's Biography

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Biography for Len Saputo, MD Len Saputo, MD is a graduate of Duke University Medical School and is board certified in Internal Medicine. He was in private practice in affiliation with John Muir Medical Center in the San Francisco Bay Area for more than 30 years. His approach to healing is based on “Health Medicine”—an integrative, holistic,...

Dr. Saputo's Resume

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Len Saputo, MD 1620 Riviera Ave. Walnut Creek, CA 94596, tel: 925-935-7500: drlen@doctorsaputo.com www.doctorsaputo.com   TELEVISION Boosting Immunity Satellite Tour Host NBC, CBS, ABC (30 stations) Bay Area Lifestyles Talk...

Bodymind Medicine with Michael Mayer

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Integrating qigong with psychotherapy adds another dimension to bodymind healing. The combination of the relaxation techniques and breathwork of qigong integrate well into psychotherapy and in particular pain management. Qigong also brings energy therapy into the body as well. The value of qigong in hypertension is documented with good research.

Super Natural Home with Beth Greer Part II

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Indoor pollution is worse, according to the EPA, than outside. Volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, come from paints and glues and should be avoided. They are endocrine disruptors that are not safe. Even candles and air fresheners are another source of air pollution in the home. Beeswax is best for candles. Fragrances have up to 100 chemicals that can add to...

How a Hip Resurfacing Procedure nearly Killed Dr. Len

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Being the Patient The importance of patient empowerment Len Saputo, MD Introduction Surely doctors must know what is best for their patients. Right? Don't be so sure! Yet most doctors take the position that because they are trained for a decade or more they have a tremendous advantage over their lesser trained patients. After all, that is why...

Did Alternative Medicine Kill Steve Jobs - Or Did It Extend His Life?

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  LET'S BEGIN!... Did Alternative Medicine Kill  Steve Jobs - Or Did It Extend His Life?   Discover what some experts say about the computer giant's  decision to put off surgery and seek natural methods...    You probably know his name.  But, even if you don't, it's pretty much...

Prescriptions for Health, 4/16/12:

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  Archives for "Prescriptions for Health" on The Progressive Radio Network with Dr. Len and Nurse Vicki                   Prescriptions for Health, 4/16/12:   Topics: The Tamiflu Deception Dental...

Prescriptions for Health, 4/16/12 with Dr. Len and Nurse Vicki

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  Archives for "Prescriptions for Health" on The Progressive Radio Network with Dr. Len and Nurse Vicki                   Prescriptions for Health, 4/16/12:   Topics: The Tamiflu Deception Dental...

Kidney Stones

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Kidney Stones are very painful when they are passing into the ureter. They are generally made of calcium oxalate, uric acid or struvite. Collecting a 24 hour urine sample to analyze a stone is the best way to find out their composition. Treatment is centered on increasing water intake to a couple of quarts a day and managing the pain. Occasionally it is necessary...