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Useful Resources

Integrative Medicine: A Clinician’s Journal

Functional Medicine: An Operating System for Integrative Medicine

The functional medicine model moves away from a histopathological definition of disease that results in a classification of a patient’s dysfunction into a limited number of descriptors to that of a postgenomic definition of disease that is based on the unique nature of how the person’s genome interacts with their environment and lifestyle in their expression of function. Read more

Blood Pressure Journal Report

The impact of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy on blood pressure and circulating nitric oxide levels: a double blind, randomized study in subjects with metabolic syndrome.

Regulation of blood pressure (BP) is important in reducing the risk for cardiovascular disease. There is growing interest in non-pharmacological methods to treat BP including a novel approach using pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMF). Read more

Medical News Today

What to know about red light therapy

Red light therapy (RLT) aims to solve skin issues by using low wavelength red light. Many experts believe that it can help with issues such as skin conditions, scarring, and signs of aging — including wrinkles and age spots. Read more


The Accelerated Recovery Performance (ARP) Trainer as a Method for Improving Rehabilitation Following ACL Reconstruction

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National Center For Biotechnology Information

The Nuts and Bolts of Low-Level Laser (Light) Therapy

Soon after the discovery of lasers in the 1960s, it was realized that laser therapy had the potential to improve wound healing and reduce pain, inflammation, and swelling. In recent years the field sometimes known as photobiomodulation has broadened to include light-emitting diodes and other light sources, and the range of wavelengths used now includes many in the red and near-infrared. Read more.

Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine

Visceral and Somatic Disorders: Tissue Softening with Frequency-Specific Microcurrent

Frequency-specific microcurrent (FSM) is an emerging technique for treating many health conditions. Pairs of frequencies of microampere-level electrical stimulation are applied to particular places on the skin of a patient via combinations of conductive graphite gloves, moistened towels, or gel electrode patches. A consistent finding is a profound and palpable tissue softening and warming within seconds of applying frequencies appropriate for treating particular conditions. Read more.

National Center For Biotechnology Information

Association Between Adverse Childhood Experiences and Muscle Strength in Older Age

Muscle weakness – a biomarker of health – may have its origins in early life and be related to factors such as adverse childhood experiences (ACE), which refer to a set of early-life traumatic and stressful psychosocial events out of the child’s control. Read more.

BMJ Journals

Efficacy and safety of the pulsed electromagnetic field in osteoarthritis: a meta-analysis.

PEMF could alleviate pain and improve physical function for patients with knee and hand OA, but not for patients with cervical OA. Read more.

Current Pharmaceutical Design

Bentonite clays for therapeutic purposes and biomaterial design.

Healing properties of bentonite are derived from the crystalline structure of the smectite groups which is composed of two octahedral alumina sheets localized between two tetrahedral silica sheets. Read more.

International Journal of Biometeorology

The effects of Tiszasüly and Kolop mud pack therapy on knee osteoarthritis: a double-blind, randomized, non-inferiority controlled study

The aim of this non-inferiority study was to evaluate and compare the effects of Tiszasüly and Kolop mud pack therapy on pain, function, and quality of life in patients with knee osteoarthritis. Read more.

National Center For Biotechnology Information

Dead Sea Mud Packs for Chronic Low Back Pain

Low back pain (LBP) is a chronic disease without curative therapy. Alternative and complementary therapies are widely used in the management of this condition. Read more.

Functional Medicine Center of Minnesota

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