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Is Your Doctor Too Busy for Meaningful Conversations?

Discover the Alternative Medicine Practitioner Solution

Many people complain about the short time they have when at their doctor’s office. Unfortunately, doctors in the US are the busiest people, and while many of them would love to spend more time with their patients, it’s not always possible in a regular medical setting. That’s why I chose to become an alternative medicine practitioner. I want to listen to my patient’s concerns and have a conversation with them every time they have a session with me.

I have several modalities at my disposal to support my clients one person at a time, providing the attention and care they long for. Here’s what I have to offer:

  • My understanding of biomedicine, such as pharma and biotech-oriented medicine.
  • An open mind – I can work with you along with your current medical treatments without interfering with the medicines your doctor has prescribed, if any.
  • Integrity – I advise seeking medical treatment when needed.
  • Passion and a sense of urgency to support the body’s natural capacity to heal and maintain integrity.
  • I will tell you if I see any concerning situations that your doctor needs to look at, and I will be honest with you and push you to get the medical attention you need if that is the case.

Given everything I’ve mentioned, I can only take direct care of a few clients. My goal is to teach and empower people to make the right choices and take the steps needed to achieve long-term wellness and well-being. Needless to say, this approach takes time and work.

For a short period of time, I am offering a few complementary sessions, if you are interested please answer the brief questionnaire to see if I believe I can really support you and you will get one of four places set aside for the Stay Cool in Mid-Life and Beyond complimentary session.

My path to alternative medicine

A short story of my long journey, I hope you like it!

Pelvic pain

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Healthy Foods for Fall

Healthy foods for fall

The season of fall brings cooler weather and shorter days. As with any season, the world adjusts accordingly. Plants begin to go dormant, animals begin scrounging for food to store to get them through the upcoming winter months and humans start winterizing everything.

As fall descends on the land, it reminds us we need to start cutting back on the numerous cooling foods that are consumed during the summer months. Things like raw foods, salads, juices, and fruits should be decreased because they can create too much cold in the body, according to traditional Chinese medicine. continue reading »

The Paradox of Our Smartphones


How much do we REALLY use our cell phones?

Remember the days of using landline telephones and dial-up internet? It wasn’t too long ago. Cell phones began gaining popularity almost two decades ago and during that time it was a supplementary device to the landline telephone. Oh, how times have changed!


In this day and age, it seems impossible to get by without the use of a cell phone. It’s a device that can literally do it all.  Roughly nine out of ten Americans own a cell phone and an estimated  43% of adults live in a cell-phone-only household. It holds a direct connection to friends, family, and coworkers. It also connects us to the world by way of unlimited news, Google searches, music, social media, and not to mention an always ready camera available at our fingertips.


Cell Phone Science

Cell phones give off a form of energy known as radio-frequency (RF) waves. It can be argued that the direct contact of cell phones to the head and neck region allows for the body to absorb more RF waves. Therefore, scientists and physicians are conducting research studies to identify a direct correlation with the absorption of these RF waves and incidence of head and neck tumors.

There have been a number of large-scale studies that have been analyzed by the American Cancer Society showing mixed results. However,  one particular Swedish group has studied this topic extensively and concluded that with ten or more years of cell phone use, there is an increased risk of head and neck tumors specifically to the side of the head– where cell phones are held. In another study by the same group, they used the  Swedish cancer register to find increased rates of unknown tumors of the head and neck region in the age group of 20-39. This may suggest a higher risk of these tumors in subjects that have used a cell phone device before the age of 20.


The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) is part of the World Health Organization (WHO). Its major goal is to identify causes of cancer and classifies RF fields as ‘possibly carcinogenic to humans,’ based on limited evidence of a possible increase in risk for brain tumors among cell phone users, and inadequate evidence for other types of cancer.

There are many limitations of these studies to consider, such as what type of cell phone and how often it is being used. Additionally, it is impossible to know what type of pre-existing environmental and genetic risks individuals have for developing tumors. Finally, many of these studies have used subjects with cell phone habits from 10 years ago. The culture of cell phone use is changing rapidly. Now, 94% of smartphone owners carry their phone with them and 82% say they never or rarely turn their phones off. There need to be updated studies on the subject with these new cell phone habits.

So what is the message?

It is no secret that our society is continuing to be driven by technology. Therefore, that would mean we are constantly surrounded by RF waves. It takes decades for tumors to form after exposure to a carcinogen, and considering the widespread use of cell phones has only been around for 20 years, one can argue that RF exposure from the cell phone can still be a source of detrimental health effects. Given the mixed results and limitations of these studies, what should we do?

Like all good things in life, everything should be enjoyed in moderation. It is a good idea to be aware of how much we are using our cell phones. We can take easy steps to limit exposure by using speaker mode, texting, and using Bluetooth headphones which are known to emit virtually no RF waves. It’s not a bad idea to take preventative action to protect ourselves from any potential harm caused by cell phone RF waves until there are more refined studies on this subject.   

What do you think?


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