Naturopathic Physicians are primary health care doctors that are trained in diagnosing and treating both acute and chronic health problems. By focusing on the cause of illness and disease and treating each person as an individual, Naturopathic Physicians are very effective at helping patients resolve their conditions.
Dr. Jonathon Berghamer, N.D. began his study of health and science at the University of Guelph from which he graduated in 1997 with an Honours Degree in Genetics and Molecular Biology. Subsequently, Dr. Berghamer discovered his passion for medicine and the art of healing as independent study and travel brought him through Central America and South East Asia. Upon returning to Canada, he enrolled at the Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine and upon graduating with top honours, received the prestigious BINM award for Clinical Excellence….
Prolotherapy, also known as nonsurgical ligament reconstruction, “prolo,” and Regenerative Injection Therapy, is a proven and effective injection technique for the treatment of chronic pain. The treatment is 80% – 90% successful in treating a number of musculoskeletal conditions.
Similar in theory to prolotherapy in terms of creating a healing inflammatory response, PRP therapy involves injecting a patient’s own concentrated platelets to initiate healing in damages tissues and joints.
Neural therapy is based on the theory that trauma can produce long-standing disturbances in the electrochemical function of tissues. It is an injection therapy that has been in practice in Europe since the 1940′s. Injection of a local anaesthetic into areas of dysfunctional nerve conduction has been shown to be very effective in treating many conditions, including neck and back pain, whiplash, chronic pain, headaches, migraines, jaw pain, post-surgical pain, scar tissue, athletic injuries, digestive disturbances, PMS associated pain, sinusitis, hypothyroid, organ dysfunction and disturbances…
1. Develop a regular sleep-wake cycle and sleep in complete darkness. Why?
2. Sleeping Environment is as important as setting a sleep schedule. Why?
3. Insomnia (difficulty falling asleep, difficulty staying asleep)
For years I have been studying the relationship between nutrition, digestive health and overall wellbeing. I have been fascinated by the increasing numbers of autoimmune conditions in children such as eczema, asthma, allergies, ADD and autism, and the rise of once uncommon conditions in adults such as irritable bowel syndrome, acid reflux (GERD) and Crohn’s disease. A few years ago I was at a conference where I listened to author of Wheat Belly, Dr. William Davis, lecture about the rise in gluten sensitivity as a…
In the book, The Promise of Sleep, Dr. William C. Dement, M.D., Ph.D., and Christopher Vaughn, explore the vital connection between health, happiness and a good night’s sleep.
Sleep – The Natural Remedy For Hormonal Imbalances, Stress, Headaches, Mood Disturbances, Relationship Issues and Much, Much More!