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Disease and

The teeth are just one nexus of infection in the body, but an important issue — completely neglected by the standard of care of almost all doctors. 

But what if your illness arose from toxins in the environment, such as glyphosate combined with food allergies which then create an autoimmune response in the gut? Perhaps another outside insult wreaked havoc on and in you such as Lyme via a tick, or mold exposure over time?


Could your asthma or Crohn’s disease originate from chronic worry and anxiety? Each of these manifestations require a different diagnostic approach and treatment.

In Western diagnostic medicine we are quite limited with standard lab tests, such as the ones done for your yearly physical. The good news is that there are many companies that offer in-depth, accurate tests; Trudiagnostics, Cyrex, Immunosciences, Genova, and Jinfinity, to name a few.

Eastern Medicine, with origins in China, India and continued in Korea, Japan, France and the U.S. teach us of the seven emotions of disease, Eight Principles, Five Elements, Jing Luo - Meridians, Six Pernicious Influences, Shang Han Lun, and many more. In Chinese medicine we diagnose a diseased state through the identification of patterns. Western medicine has pattern recognition as well, it’s just more straightforward and visual in Chinese medicine.

Read more at Eight Principles of Diagnosis -

Once the pattern of your disease is identified, then the correct treatment can be implemented.

One diagnostic example I like to give my patients, especially in this time of frightening infections, is the teeter-totter comparison of Cyrex Array 12 (pathogens) vs Lymphocyte Map (immune system measurement). With these two tests, we can compare the levels of immunity vs the number and amount of pathogenicity you carry!  

Chronic Disease is a Big Topic

In our society chronic disease is managed, not cured. It is also labeled as; Crohn’s, Parkinsons, Cancer, Long Covid, Rheumatoid Arthritis, etc…

The labels help the practitioner and the patient identify the problem and therefore take medicines accordingly. However, labels also limit our thinking and therefore our approach. 

Perhaps the arthritis in your knees is a reaction by your body to an infection that arose after a trauma, let’s say a skiing accident where you landed hard on your knees. The “area of trauma” may cause a landing site for bacteria from your tooth; the chronic infection of a root canal. Remember that dentists always give antibiotics prophylactically when you have a prosthetic limb, knee or hip joint, pacemaker, etc. 

In fact, most breast cancers and prostate cancers are related to infected teeth.



We all have viruses, bacteria and Cancers, EBV, CMV, HSV, strep, mycoplasma and chlamydia pneumonia, but the levels or “titres” of these innate infectious agents change with age, weather, and bodily conditions. This is, in part, why you may get ill when your partner does not!


Treatments for chronic diseases overlap with Immune enhancing treatments such as:

  • Liver and gallbladder detoxification

  • Heavy metal detoxification

  • Oral medications and vitamins

  • Herbal therapy

  • Acupuncture

  • Resonant Therapies

  • Specialized IV vitamins and medicines

  • MAH - Major auto-hemotherapy

  • IV Blood infusion with Ozone

  • PEMF - Pulsed Electromagnetic therapy

  • Pulsed Light therapy

  • Stem Cell treatment

  • PRP - Platelet Rich Plasma

  • Peptides

I work with

Rupa Health, Cyrex, Jinfinity, Immunosciences, Genova, TruDiagnositics labs and many more to detect, predict, reverse, and prevent emerging disorders of aging.

​In addition to
  • Personal and family history
  • Genomics
  • Metabolomics
  • Microbiomics
  • Hormones
  • Bone studies (bone density and body composition) Osteoporosis
  • lifestyle and digital data (sleep, nutrition, fitness)
  • Epigenetics
  • Telomeres
  • Inflammatory markers
  • Neurotransmitters to evaluate Stress, Anxiety, and Depression


Cancer is a word and a diagnosis none of us want but there is now a one-in-two, or a 50% chance that if you live long enough you may succumb. Biopsies should never be collected, nor should the tumor be “debulked” without some consideration. Every time to slice, or punch biopsy into a cancerous lesion, you spread microscopic cells of the cancer. Instead, if you can have an interventional radiologist approach the lesion with cryo or ablative therapy and treat it with immunotherapy on his way out, you are far better off.

Not everyone is a candidate or can afford the treatments, but it is ideal and just what I would do.


For cancer identification, diagnosis and treatment I work with a special interventional radiologists in Mexico. 

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