Stay Healthy With Advanced Flu Prevention

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Influenza vaccines are not guaranteed to be safe for you. Scientific research has shown that influenza vaccination efficacy in healthy adults cannot be supported, and flu vaccinations in the elderly who are living at home are not significantly effective. We believe that you should know all of your flu prevention and recovery options to help make this cold and flu …

Find relief from menopausal depression and anxiety

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Daily life comes with many problems some of which can make people stressed and be anxious. But if those feelings are persistent and disruptive enough to regularly interfere with your daily life and prevent you from doing the things you love it might be time to seek professional help. One of the major contributing factors to states of depression and …

Get the lead out with Chelation therapy

AOH Staff General, Heart Disease, High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol Leave a Comment

Heart disease claims the lives of more than 600,000 Americans each year. That is 1 in 4 deaths in the United States alone. There are many factors’ that can increase your risks for heart disease. Some common known contributors are smoking, eating foods high in sugar and saturated fats, not exercising and consuming excessive amounts of alcohol. At Advanced Osteopathic …

Prolotherapy for shoulder and back pain

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If you are one of the 3 million Americans that experience persistent back and shoulder pain lasting relief is closer at hand then you may believe. Some sources estimate that as much as 86 billion dollars is spent annually to fight chronic back, neck, and shoulder pain. It’s important to understand that back pain is often a symptom of larger …

Low Dose Naltrexone: Powerful, Safe, and Versatile

AOH Staff Arthritis, Cancer, Chronic Fatigue, Chronic Pain, General Leave a Comment

Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) is considered by many health professionals to be one of the most important and versatile medical breakthroughs in over 50 years. It provides many patients with a safe and inexpensive alternative method of medical treatment that fights some of today’s the most common and debilitating diseases. A daily regimen of Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) works by …

The Natural Facelift

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Are you one of the millions of men and women that long for a more youthful appearance and are frustrated with your options? An invasive and painful face lift can cost upwards of $15,000. Botox is derived from the bacteria that causes botulism and temporarily paralyzes your muscles and can provide unpredictable results. At Advanced Osteopathic Health we have your …

Adrenal Fatigue, a treatable condition that effects millions

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Adrenal fatigue is when the adrenal glands function below the necessary level. As the name suggests, it’s the main symptom is chronic fatigue that is not relieved by sleep or other restorative life style changes. You may look and act relatively normal with adrenal fatigue and may not have any obvious signs of physical illness, yet you live with a …

Treat Your Arthritis And Reclaim Your Mobility Today

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Currently, 1 in 5 adults in the United States will suffer from arthritis nearly 25 percent of these adults are male. Arthritis an inflammation in the joints, which can hit a person at any age but is more prevalent in older adults. Adults over 50 can develop osteoarthritis and by age 60 most adult have some degree of osteoarthritis. Often …

Male Hormonal Imbalance Could Be Holding You Back

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You may consider hormone replacement to be a women’s-only concern, but it’s not. Men’s testosterone levels peak in their late teens, and begin a gradual but steady decline of about 1 percent a year around age 30. For many men the effects of this decline can become noticeable around age 40 to 50. This process is commonly referred to as …