27 Surgeries–”I elected to not be in pain”

For many years, I thought that for many patients there was a point of no return because the sheer magnitude of both physical and emotional trauma. I particularly felt this way with people who had undergone many failed surgeries. I was wrong and continue to hear stories of healing in … Read More

Systematic Approach to Sleep

Get some sleep – NOW Sleep is number one and I ask all my patients with insomnia to work with their primary care doctors to find a solution – and quickly. There are many ways to get a good night’s sleep and most physicians are comfortable with their own combination … Read More

Unhooking from the Train

Neurophysiological Disorder? The multiple manifestations of the Neurophysiologic Disorder (NPD) endlessly fascinates me. With engagement of the principles that treat it, the improvement in my patients’ quality of life is consistent and frequently dramatic. The foundation of success continues to be the writing exercises. I don’t know the reasons why it is … Read More

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