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March 26th, 2015 | Resource Links | Comments Off on Spotlight on Mike Cantrell, MPT PRC

Spotlight on Mike Cantrell, MPT PRC

In my quest to understand how the dental bite and jaw joints fit with the rest of the body, I have come across many paths.  One that seems to have profound impact on my dentistry, I learned from Mike Cantrell, MPT PRC. As a speaker and instructor for the Postural...

November 5th, 2014 | Resource Links, TMJ and Bite Therapy | Comments Off on Spotlight on Hans Wakeman, DC

Spotlight on Hans Wakeman, DC

I recently met a practitioner of my own heart: gentle, thorough, holistic.  Meet Dr. Hans Wakeman, DC – with 2 convenient locations in Atlanta.  What delighted me most about our meeting was to discover a similar philosophical belief that we help patients BETTER through collaborative care. Learn more here:  http://wakemanchiropractic.com/

November 4th, 2014 | Resource Links, TMJ and Bite Therapy | Comments Off on Spotlight on Maija Salins, CST

Spotlight on Maija Salins, CST

While looking for a myofascial bodyworker, my Google search had me stumble across Maija.  Like myself, her training started with one thing and her drive and passion led her into several others. By the time I met Maija, she had been practicing Cranio-Sacral Therapy (CST) for several years.  As we talked...

October 10th, 2014 | Advanced Dental Hygiene, Resource Links | Comments Off on Scientific link between Periodontal disease pathogens and Blood Vessel function

Scientific link between Periodontal disease pathogens and Blood Vessel function

In 2006, Melissa Caughey, PhD, aka “the other Dr. Caughey,” co-authored a journal entry in the Amercian Heart Journal describing the correlation between blood vessel function and the bacteria found in gum disease. Although it was only a pilot study, it has been cited over 100 times in other journals,...

September 29th, 2014 | Resource Links | Comments Off on Spotlight on Jeanne McDaniel, MS Nutrition

Spotlight on Jeanne McDaniel, MS Nutrition

Jeanne McDaniel from The Nutrition Source visited our team today for a lunch-n-learn.  In her presentation, we learned about the relationship between diet choices and nutrition, gut bacteria, and absorption of minerals.  Did you know that Magnesium (Mg2+) is the fourth most abundant mineral in our bodies?  It is helpful...

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