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Autism Awareness Month

Autism Awareness Month

April is a beautiful time of year. It’s also a very important time of year. April is Autism Awareness Month. Now you’ve probably seen the news on Facebook, social media. Autism now has skyrocketed across the world. It’s up 75% just in the last ten years. Nowadays one in 88 children are diagnosed with autism.

Meniere’s Disease therapy

Meniere's Disease therapy

We see a lot of people in our office, actually, from all over the country with Meniere’s Disease. Now, if you’ve never heard of Meniere’s Disease, that’s good. But what it is, is basically a triad of inner-ear problems. Ringing in the ears or Tinnitus, loss of balance or dizziness, vertigo, and then a loss of hearing.

The Real Cause of Back Pain

The Real Cause of Back Pain

Although back pain is the most prevalent condition on the planet, up until now, the real cause of back pain has been a mystery.  For those that are tired of dealing with chronic pain, this short video will finally give you the answers you’ve been searching for.

Depression Help In Charlotte

The Many Faces of Depression – Ever felt sad or empty inside without knowing why? Are there things that used to bring you pleasure that you just don’t care about anymore? Do you have trouble sleeping? Maybe you sleep too much. Are you often too tired to do even the smallest tasks? Do you feel […]

Drugless Help for Fibromyalgia

Stethoscope and pharmaceuticals on a blackboard - Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is one of the most common chronic pain conditions. The disorder affects an estimated 10 million people in the U.S. and an estimated 3-6% of the world population. 75-90 percent of the people who have FM are women. If you have Fibromyalgia then you have probably already discovered that medicine is not very successful […]

Fibromyalgia Natural Relief

Natural Relief for Fibromyalgia in Charlotte

While there is no clear consensus about what causes fibromyalgia, researchers believe fibromyalgia amplifies painful sensations by affecting the way the brain processes pain signals and is the result, not from a single event, but from a combination of many physical and emotional stressors.