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Category: The Inflammation Influence

Painless Pain Management by Addressing Inflammation

Is chronic pain ruining your life? I recently joined Megan Van Buren on her “Painless Pain Management” podcast to discuss a different approach to pain management by focusing on reducing inflammation. Since most–if not all–symptoms are due to inflammation, addressing the underlying inflammation by identifying and eliminating the personal inflammatory triggers is not only a […]

Restoring Innate Health podcast with Dr. Tressler

I’m excited to share my interview on the Restoring Innate Health podcast with Dr. Tressler. We discussed all the ways inflammation can be causing symptoms that could even be multiple sclerosis or another autoimmune issue. Listen on Apple, Spotify, or Restoring Innate Health’s website!

Can Constipation Make You Crazy?

“Many neurologic and psychiatric disorders are associated with constipation,” noticed a neurology department in Copenhagen, Denmark, in a paper published in the Journal of Neurology and Neuropsychiatry. Funnily enough, I have noticed the same thing in my own clinic. In fact, in my experience, dysfunctional bowels seem to accompany almost every neurologic and psychiatric issue […]

Total Health Summit 2019

I’m so excited to share my talk presented at this year’s Total Health Summit! My hour-long session was filled with fun anecdotes and great information as we explored the causes and effects of inflammation in the body. I shared details of my unique three-pronged approach to reclaiming health as well as my best tips that […]

New Discovery: Every Neurological Disease Has an Immune Component

Newly discovered vessels in the brain connect directly to the immune system, says a research study by the University of Virginia (UVA) School of Medicine. This pathway was previously not thought to exist and could have a major impact on how to address neurological dysfunction. Numerous neurological disorders present with signs of inflammation and accumulated […]