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Personalized Medicine for Stress Management Apr 15th, 2019

After 15 years of treating patients, I truly believe that personalized medicine isn't about fancy tests, it's about listening and designing a self-care routine around someone's needs. When I learned about the mind-body types and the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda, everything clicked.   Ayurveda translates to the "knowledge of the...

ADHD Testing Mar 1st, 2019

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is not made up and it’s not “just a kid thing”. Admittedly, ADHD can be overdiagnosed--we all wish that schools had smaller class sizes, more 1-on-1 support, and time for exercise. In teens and adults, anxiety or depressive disorders can mimic ADHD. Our lifestyles also drive distraction;...

Seasonal Affective Disorder Treatment Feb 20th, 2019

I consider myself solar-powered. During the long days of summer, it's not unusual for me to take the dog for a walk after 8 pm. In the winter, I'm falling asleep on the couch at 7:30 pm! Seasonal mood changes are common in Pennsylvania. When symptoms are more severe and...

Stress Reduction in the New Year Jan 11th, 2019

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Intro to Nutraceuticals Dec 13th, 2018

The term nutraceutical referrals to pharmaceutical-grade nutrients that aren’t classified as drugs, but are regulated as dietary supplements and food additives by the FDA. Some of these substances are found naturally in the body while other essential nutrients may only be available in the food we eat. SAMe, methylfolate, Omega-3’s,...