Dr. T's Health Blog (Recent Posts)

Kick Sugar Addiction World Summit 2016

Published: June 14, 2016

You're Invited! Conquer your cravings, end your overeating, and skyrocket your health!

I invite you to participate in a free online summit coming up June 20-30. Twenty-one world experts in the field of sugar addiction and sugar addiction recovery, including myself, will be speaking along with other scientists, researchers, eating disorder specialists and former sugar addicts. This event is designed to help you kick the sugar habit and find freedom from food struggles and health issues.

Prince Didn't Need to Die — The Tragic Price of Pain

Published: May 10, 2016
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As he did so often in life, Prince is once again offering us the opportunity to heal a problem that desperately needs to be fixed.

It's suspected that Prince is unfortunately one of the 15,000 Americans who die each year with prescribed narcotics being a contributing cause. He had severe hip pain that didn't go away after his hip replacement surgery. To deal with the pain, he took the narcotic Percocet. It helped, but not enough. And so he joined the 33% of Americans who suffer needlessly with pain.

Prescription Relief for Chronic Fibromyalgia Pain

Published: November 23, 2015
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Once the biochemical root causes of the pain have been addressed, structural treatments such as chiropractic manipulation and massage (such as myofascial release) cannot only be helpful, but the treatments will hold for longer and longer until they are no longer needed. As an additional measure, you should address possible ergonomic problems such as uneven hip heights — for instance, make sure that your computer area has proper wrist and elbow support with your feet planted comfortably on the floor.

Natural Pain Relief When Recovering From Fibromyalgia

Published: November 10, 2015
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I prefer to use a mix of natural and prescription therapies while going after the root causes of the pain, as this is most effective with the least side effects. While they may each be helpful, no single treatment is likely to give completely effective pain relief on its own, and they are best combined in an integrated program.

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