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Nerve Repair Supplementation

Nerve Repair Supplementation Good morning, Dr. Markle at the Centeno-Schultz Clinic, and, today, I’d like to take a moment to discuss peripheral nerve injuries and nerve repair supplementation (to help recover from peripheral nerve injuries). Now, there’s many different types of peripheral nerve injuries that we do treat. They range from a variety of different … Continued



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Do You Really Need to Stretch? Sports Recovery Series #4

  Should you stretch to improve performance and reduce injury risks? Do you really need to stretch? There was a large review study done on the effects of stretching in distance runners that summarizes a lot of the evidence (1). Here are some of the highlights: Does stretching improve flexibility? Chronic stretching, meaning a stretching … Continued


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Massage, Foam Rolling, and Compression Garments: Sports Recovery Series #3

Massage, Foam Rolling, and Compression Garment for Sports Recovery. Does massage and foam rolling decrease muscle soreness? Who doesn’t like a good massage, but does it really help? Foam rolling is another way to self-massage that is maybe a little less pleasant. Some claim that they can improve blood flow and helps clears lactic acid, … Continued



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Intermittent Fasting – Healthy Lifestyle and Nutrition Series

What is Intermittent Fasting? There are many types of fasts. Previously I discussed a fasting-mimicking diet which is a short term fast that can be done periodically. Today we discuss a specific type of fast that can be done daily, and long term. Intermittent fasting or time restricted feeding is defined as restricting eating for … Continued


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Dr. Pitt’s Inverted Food Pyramid – Excerpt From Nutrition 2.0

Chapter 3: Bringing the Nutrition Information Together [Excerpt] So What Do I Eat and Drink? First, disregard the food pyramid, and take no health advice from the media. The current food pyramid is outdated, and research shows it offers no protection against chronic diseases. In a nutshell, you should eat whole foods (closest to their … Continued