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    Kelly Parcell

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    Naturopathic Medicine

One of the new, cutting-edge treatments in the world of biohacking is the use of Rapamycin for longevity. Initially discovered as a byproduct produced by bacteria in the soil on Easter Island, Rapamycin was found to kill fungi. Eventually, its ability to inhibit the growth of all eukaryotic cells was also uncovered. It was found that Rapamycin targets a specific protein in cells that is responsible for metabolism and cell growth. This protein ...
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    Steve Parcell

  • Category:

    Naturopathic Medicine

At NatureMed, we believe every patient should receive evidence-based medicine. Evidence-based medicine is not meant to be a cookbook, but rather a bottom-up decision system that integrates the best available scientific evidence with the doctor’s clinical experience according to the patient's circumstances and preferences. Patients in my practice receive evidence-based natural medicine. I am resistant to implementing treatments that do not have ...
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    Steve Parcell

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    Light Therapy

We have a new service that we are extremely excited about. Some of you may have heard of ultraviolet blood irradiation (UVB) for killing bacteria and viruses, or the use of lasers over injuries for healing. Different types of light therapy include infrared red light such as that used in saunas, a low-level laser which is applied externally for injuries, and light therapy for use in the winter for depression. Now, we have a device that provides...
  • Posted By:

    Kelly Parcell

  • Category:

    Naturopathic Medicine

The best part of human nature is the pursuit of improvement and curiosity. The invention of the world wide web in 1991 has not only enhanced but initiated this quality in humans. Just as patients have become disenchanted with the healthcare options offered by their primary care physician, doctors are also disenchanted with the limitations outlined by insurance companies and employers. This has led to a growing demand from both parties for alte...
  • Posted By:

    Steve Parcell

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    Intravenous Therapy

Mistletoe (Viscum Album) is a plant that lives on trees, such as apple, oak, maple, elm, pine, and birch. It is native to Europe and Western Asia. Viscum album has been used for centuries. Brand names for this plant include Helixor®, Iscador®, Iscador Qu®, Lektinol™, Cefalektin®, Eurixor®, ABNOBAviscum® and Abnoba-viscum Quercust. Mistletoe is given either through subcutaneous injection or intravenously. The extracts of this plant, specif...