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What is the MIT Difference? “If only I had found this place sooner!” “I truly felt like someone finally listened to me!”

What is the MIT Difference?

Dr. Mark Jacobson These are phrases commonly expressed as patients exit the doors of Medical Imaging and Therapeutics. There is rarely a day without a happy, smiling face, and hardly a week without a thank you card or gift of treats for the staff. Today, I am inspired to write this …

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Finding Your Optimal Melatonin Dose

Finding Your Optimal Melatonin Dose

By Bo Martinsen, MD Melatonin is a molecule indispensable for life. Found in most plants and living organisms, melatonin contributes to a wide range of physiological functions as an antioxidant, hormone, and anti-inflammatory agent. In spite of its varied benefits, melatonin is still best known for its role in improving sleep …

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PEMF Therapy 101: Heal Your Pain Naturally By Targeting The Root Cause

PEMF Therapy 101: Heal Your Pain Naturally By Targeting The Root Cause

Dysfunctional cells are the root cause of all chronic pain, illness and disease. Dysfunction begins when the electromagnetic energy of a healthy cell membrane potential drops below 70 Ð 90 mV (millivolt). What does this mean? We have been receiving Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields (PEMF), from the Earth, since the day we …

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Digestion and Tea

Digestion and Tea

Our digestive system is essentially what keeps our bodies fueled and running smoothly. The digestive system is the main track that food and drinks follow from the mouth, down the gastrointestinal track (GI), and are then released in the form of waste. The digestive system allows for the nourishment of our …

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What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)?

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)?

Every year, a significant number of patients see a physician complaining of hand numbness, tingling, and pain. Many of these patients are assumed to have nerve compression in the neck area and come to the doctor’s office with an MRI of the cervical spine. Some may even have had surgery …

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Cholesterol Numbers – Are Directly Affected By The Foods We Eat

Are Directly Affected By The Foods We Eat

March is National Nutrition Awareness Month.  The food we put into our bodies has a lot more to do with our overall health than most people are aware—including our cholesterol numbers.  Along with a good exercise routine and regular blood work, physicals, and medications, cholesterol levels can naturally be lowered with …

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The Right Food May be Wrong For You

The Right Food May be Wrong For You

By Compton Chiropractic Care – You’ve seen your doctor, but nothing seems to explain the cause of these symptoms.  Well get ready to change everything you ever thought you knew about your diet, nutrition and how to be healthy!  Compton Chiropractic is now offering a new test that pinpoints exactly …

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Bring a Companion to Your Hearing Evaluation

By: Dana Luzon, Au.D., CCC-A, FAAA Board-Certified Doctor of Audiology As an audiologist, it is my job not only to diagnose a hearing problem, but to also determine what the biggest everyday struggles are that each patient has. Hearing loss is often very gradual and difficult for a patient to …

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Maintaining Healthy Friendships

Maintaining Healthy Friendships

By Pastor Timothy Neptune The first step is to realize that you really do NEED friends. Solomon, the wisest man that ever lived said, “As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.” Prov. 27:17 That means that we make each other better. It seems pretty important to God that …

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Avoiding Oral Pain? Don’t Suffer in Silence!

Avoiding Oral Pain

Today, there are so many advancements in dentistry that make getting your dental health issues taken care of— a breeze.  If you have dentures and over the years they’ve become loose, or are causing sore spots on your gums, it’s because they don’t fit properly any longer.  When teeth are missing, …

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Navigating the Maze of Assisted Living

Navigating the Maze of Assisted Living

Selecting an assisted living community can be a daunting task. Much like finding the perfect house, choosing the right assisted living residence requires a thorough inventory of your loved one’s wants and needs, doing research, taking tours, and asking for guidance along the way. Today’s assisted living communities often offer residents …

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How to Avoid Prostate Cancer and Other Prostate Problems

How to Avoid Prostate Cancer and Other Prostate Problems

If you are a man approaching middle age, make it a priority to get to know, love, and care for your prostate. Ignore this little organ at your peril! Roughly half the male population of North America and Western Europe will have enlarged prostates by their mid-50s. And prostate cancer …

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Ketamine for Pain Management

In the U.S. over 100 million people reportedly suffer from some form of chronic pain. Most people can relate to having experienced physical pain in their lifetimes, but to have to live with that pain on a daily basis can become intolerable Neuropathic pain syndromes are the root cause of …

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Lifestyle Choices Help Prevent Cancer

Lifestyle Choices Help Prevent Cancer

Diet, exercise and getting recommended screenings are some of the ways to lessen your risk of getting cancer. According to the National Institutes of Health, certain lifestyle choices can lessen the chances an individual has of developing cancer. However, even though most Americans know that choices such as quitting smoking, …

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Orthopedics and the Advantages of Stem Cell Therapy

Orthopedics and the Advantages of Stem Cell Therapy

Over 35 years ago, stem cells were studied for their positive regenerative effects at the University of Cambridge.  Since that time, stem cell regenerative medicine has come a long way with numerous research trials and studies that show the efficacious benefits to various age groups, and for many different medical issues. …

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