There are a lot of people in the Sacramento area who are diagnosed with Lyme disease, and many others who probably are having trouble with their health, and can’t figure out why, who haven’t been diagnosed yet. Lyme disease can steal your quality of life; you may experience extreme fatigue and body aches, mind fog Continue Reading
About: Dr. Heather Wdowin
Dr. Heather Wdowin, NMD is a licensed primary care physician in the state of Arizona, and a licensed Naturopathic Medical Doctor in California. She graduated with a Bachelors degree in Neurobiology from Cornell University in Ithaca, NY, and her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine is from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, AZ. She has completely circumnavigated the planet with a backpack, hiked the Grand Canyon nine times, jumped out of an airplane, sailed down the Nile and meditated in the queen’s chamber of the great pyramid. Dr. Wdowin specializes in Sports Medicine, Neuro-endocrinology, and difficult cases. She currently works with professional athletes in the NFL and UFC, optimizes their health and thereby improves their performance. She has studied with the leaders of the emerging Environmental Medicine field, and designed Human Reconstruction’s facility to be perfect for detoxification and depuration therapy and treatment. It is her philosophy to use all tools available to diagnose the cause of disease, and then treat that cause with personalized attention and whatever modality brings about results. She is an accomplished diagnostician and practitioner, as well as a certified clinical hypnotherapist to aid a patient in utilizing the mind body connection in healing.
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The history behind this popular herbal formula consists of a farmer named John Hoxsey, who had a horse with cancer. As he waited for his horse to succumb to the illness, he watched what it ate in the fields every day. After the horse was cured of the cancer, Hoxsey used those herbs in a Continue Reading
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