Cases Reported By: Mark Sherwood, ND and Michele Neil-Sherwood, DO (Functional Medical Institute)
This whitepaper outlines the self-reported influence of a specialty probiotic over the course of eight weeks. Each of four participants rated 6… Read More
This whitepaper seeks to review the significance of pain to the individual and to society as a whole. It examines current pharmaceutical solutions for pain management and then introduces natural ingredients that may offer an alternative for patients who… Read More
Integrative practitioners face many challenges with data management, practice enhancement, and patient outcomes.
Two unique companies founded by doctors to address these challenges and facilitate a healthier future for patients and practitioners.
The… Read More
[In conjunction with standard care of therapy]
This abstract is primarily aimed at independently updating the recent scientific progress, understanding, and knowledge gained on the emerging concept of “Enteric… Read More
For most of the 20th Century, doctors thought that the gut — and the microbes in it — functioned just to digest food. But research during the past two decades has found that the gut and gut lining can influence overall health: from cognition… Read More
In the world of non-invasive brain stimulation, photobiomodulation (PBM), also known as low level light therapy (LLLT) has attracted very little attention, but this could be its time. PBM involves delivering light, often near infrared (NIR) light to the… Read More
Vitamin K is crucial to our body’s blood blotting ability, and warfarin works to prevent blood clots by decreasing the blood-clotting action of vitamin K. But some experts are raising a new concern: that the common drug warfarin is actually… Read More
This article reports the results of a short survey given to 600 Renadyl customers to ascertain how their GFR changed and the impact on their quality of life (QoL) after adding the dietary supplement Renadyl™ into their standard care of therapy.… Read More