IV Nutrition Therapy

Our first introduction to intravenous (IV) nutrition therapy was reading about Myers Cocktails.   No, this isn’t a drink. It is a ‘cocktail’ of IV vitamins and minerals given intravenously to improve a variety of health conditions.  The theory is that giving vitamins and minerals through the vein and bypassing the gut would result in […]

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On July 5, 2017, posted in: Uncategorized by

IASIS, a new type of Neurofeedback

Coming soon to Health Builders PC is a Micro Current Neurofeedback technology, IASIS. https://microcurrentneurofeedback.com Micro Current Neurofeedback is an FDA registered EEG amplifier and is extremely safe.   It is being used in the following conditions: ADD and ADHD Addiction Anxiety Autism Spectrum Disorder  Chronic Fatigue Syndrome  Dementia  Depression  Eating Disorders  Epilepsy  Fibromyalgia  Headache  Insominia […]

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On May 22, 2017, posted in: Uncategorized by

Thermography

On August 4, 2015, from 1-5 PM, Health Builders PC will be offering thermography through The Longevity Center.   What is Thermal Imaging? Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging creates images that illustrate heat patterns in the body.  The thermal images are analyzed for abnormalities which may be signs of disease in the body. Annual Thermograms allow […]

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On July 26, 2015, posted in: Uncategorized by

Trace Amount

We had the privilege of seeing a recent documentary showing, Trace Amount, in Arlington, VA April 16, 2015.  It features a story of Eric Gladen who became acutely ill from mercury poisoning after receiving a tetanus shot.  This documentary chronicles his painful journey and the revelations of how thimerosal, the mercury containing preservative, impacted his health.  […]

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On July 26, 2015, posted in: Uncategorized by

Preconception Counseling

Medical Academy Pediatric Special Needs Conference, Tampa FL, Oct 3-5, 2013   I had the privilege of attending a conference where I met many practitioners from the US, Jordan, Egypt, India, and other countries worldwide in the pursuit of finding ways to help our pediatric special needs population.   Many of the attendants as well as […]

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On November 24, 2013, posted in: Uncategorized by

Nutrition and the Brain

The International Conference on Nutrition and the Brain in Washington D.C. was July 19-20, 2013 highlighting some important points on the role of nutrition and brain disorders. 1.  Alzheimer’s dementia risk is increased with insulin resistance, obesity, Down’s Syndrome, traumatic brain injuries, uncontrolled hypertension and hyperlipidemia at mid-life. 2.  Apolipoprotein E4 acquired genetically connotes an increased risk. 3.  Aerobic exercise, at […]

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On July 21, 2013, posted in: Uncategorized by