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Molecular mimicry and Roque antibodies in autoimmunity JP Saleeby, MD So, it seems the world is plagued recently by the rise in autoimmune disorders. This is a consequence of many things. It is not just one thing that impacts the body to predispose or turn on the autoimmune phenomenon. It is multifactorial and
Telehealth For Hypothyroidism: What You Need To Kno Telehealth For Hypothyroidism: What You Need To Kno Telehealth For Hypothyroidism: What You Need To Kno Hypothyroidism, also known as underactive thyroid disease, is a common endocrine disorder in the US. It’s a condition wherein the thyroid gland doesn’t create and release sufficient hormones into the
A most beautiful alternative healthcare delivery system is needed. by JP Saleeby, MD Hard for me to say this, but the current healthcare delivery systems on planet Earth are so corrupt and dysfunctional they are beyond repair. When I started my journey towards a more holistic/integrative approach to medicine in 1998 I was hoping
Extracorporeal Shock Wave (Soft Wave) Therapy [ESWT] for Rotator Cuff tendonitis and other orthopedic disorders.
Extracorporeal Shock Wave (Soft Wave) Therapy [ESWT] for Rotator Cuff tendonitis and other orthopedic disorders. JP Saleeby, MD For the past two decades a noninvasive treatment modality referred to at ESWT for extracorporeal shock wave (sound wave) therapy has emerged as a safe and effective way to treat orthopedic disorders without the knife. At
It Takes a Village: How We Can Address Pandemic Fatigue Article written by Ruth Jeanne The lifting of mask mandates and removal of restrictions are characteristics associated with a post-pandemic world. In addition, isolation guidelines are less strict now that more people have received the vaccine. In the past few months, offices, schools, and establishments
Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE): how Synapsin® NS (Rg3) & other agents may help. by JP Saleeby, MD Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) is in the news a lot these days. Take for instance the NFL wide receiver Demaryius Thomas. The former pro Bowl wide receiver can be added to the list of football players diagnosed with
Healthy Practices and How They Can Help You Overcome Grief Are you currently going through a challenging time in your life and experiencing grief? Maybe you recently lost a job, or a dear loved one passed away. Whatever the cause of your grief, it can feel like the weight of the world is on your
DAMPs, PAMPs, MAVS and HERVs JP Saleeby, MD DAMPs, PAMPs, MAVS and HERVs what they mean and what the Holy Hell do they have to do with my body is the focus on this short piece a bit tongue and cheek here. The acronyms are more than just four-letter words. They are popping up in
Living with microbes: A need for a paradigm shift JP Saleeby, MD A new paradigm and way of thinking is emerging in the post-antibiotic era. The driving force behind this new approach is the failures of antibiotic therapy in the arena of infectious disease with mounting resistance, persister cells and the lack of emerging