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Ozone Therapy at North Coast Family Health

North Coast Family Health is excited to announce a new treatment available to our patients, Ozone Therapy. We are now offering both Ozone Joint Injection Therapy and IV Ozone Hyperbaric Multi-Pass therapy (also known as MAH). What is Ozone Joint Injection Therapy? Ozone joint injection therapy is a blend of vitamins and injectable ozone.  This can provide relief of pain [...]

2019-07-09T14:00:23+00:00July 9th, 2019|

Successful Treatment of Chronic Lyme Disease

SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF CHRONIC LYME DISEASE by Kristy Fassler, ND Many of our patients with chronic Lyme Disease may be understandably discouraged that effective and successful treatment can take months and even years to treat depending on the burden of infection. Some patients have been infected for a decade or more and may have one or more co-infections.  The most [...]

2019-06-25T16:36:58+00:00June 25th, 2019|

High Intensity Interval Training

High Intensity Interval Training or Steady State Cardio? By Dr. Nathaniel Shober Recently, there has been a tremendous amount of hype around high intensity interval training (HIIT) and less so for the old school steady state cardio.  But which one is “better”? The short of it is… depends.  Don’t you love that answer?  You knew I was going there.  But, [...]

2019-06-13T20:03:06+00:00June 13th, 2019|

A Tick Bite! What Should I Do Now?

Ticks have been described as nature’s dirty needles. A tick will feed on lizards, birds, deer, foxes, moose, bears, all rodents, and pets! They carry multiple infections, not just Lyme disease. Be prudent and prevent possible infections as soon as you find a tick bite by following these recommendations. Tick Bite Information How do I remove a tick if I've [...]

2019-05-16T12:31:03+00:00May 16th, 2019|

Irritable Bowel Syndrome – Addressing the Basics

Irritable Bowel Syndrome Basics By Dr. Miranda LaBant Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a condition that in many ways is misunderstood.  Although the exact nature of IBS is unknown, we do know that it is likely a multi-factorial problem of the large intestines. Until about 30 years ago, IBS was not widely accepted as a syndrome. Given that April is [...]

2019-04-12T14:15:22+00:00April 12th, 2019|
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