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Wayne Anderson, ND at the Chronic Lyme Disease Summit 2

Online FREE from
June 19-26, 2017

Join Wayne Anderson, ND

online at the Chronic Lyme Disease Summit 2

June 19-26, 2017! – Webinar – Register for Free Now!

*more information on the summit available soon

Dr. Anderson will be speaking on Day 1, June 19. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear him speak about his unique understanding of treatment for Lyme disease and the coinfections seen with it.

A curious and dedicated clinician, Dr. Anderson is committed to the ongoing process of learning and teaching. In addition to his clinical practice, Dr. Anderson maintained his initial focus on teaching. For over 20 years he taught medical students at Touro Osteopathic Medical School, and supervised residents from Sutter Hospital and interns from the Physician Assistant programs in the clinic setting. He is also a popular speaker on the topics of Lyme disease and neurotoxin illness. He has spoken at conferences for the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS), the American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM),  Orthomolecular Health Medicine (OHM), and Lyme Induced Autism (LIA), as well as select private symposiums on CFIDS, Lyme, and Autism.

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Methyl Genetic Nutrition Analysis (MGNA) Program

By Elizabeth Large, ND

Over the past 2 years, I have pursued my interest in applying the growing knowledge of genetic variability in the context of the individual with chronic illness. My ability to combine the genetic possibilities with your symptoms produces individualized protocols that give your body the support it needs to heal.

Methyl genetic nutrition analysis provides a cutting-edge approach to looking at genetic susceptibilities to developing chronic illness. Supporting your genetic susceptibilities with nutrition is based on current scientific research. I have found that looking at an individual’s genetic susceptibilities can provide the “Aha moment” [Read more…]

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Update on SISOH Metabolomics Research 4/6/17

Eric Gordon MD and Wayne Anderson ND at SISOH

Eric Gordon MD and Wayne Anderson ND – photo courtesy of the Press Democrat, Christopher Chung

From Eric Gordon, MD

Many of you are probably wondering where we are with the SISOH research. Good news is that Kelly Fox, previously one of the Medical Assistants at GMA, has come on as a full-time Research Coordinator! Kelly is very experienced in working with chronically ill patients, and we think you will find her a delight to work with.

Our ongoing CFS/ME studies are group studies working to develop an accepted group of biomarkers to define people with CFS/ME. We have enrolled all the patients in the replication study with Dr. Cheney, and hope to publish that in fall of 2017. [Read more…]

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Announcement For Gathering Participants For Study Of The Needs Of Persons With Environmental Sensitivities

Women with Environmental Sensitivities

The James Madison University Environmental Sensitivities Research Team is inviting adults aged 21 and over who have experienced environmental sensitivities (chemical and/or electrical) to participate in on online study of how their needs are being met as they grow older with sensitivities.

If you are interested in participating, please click on the link below to see the consent form and learn more about the study. If you are unable to complete the survey online, you are welcome to request a hard copy that can be mailed to you. To request a hard copy please email gibsonpr@jmu.edu or call 540-568-6195 and leave a message with you name (clearly stated) and your complete address.

Thank you ahead to everyone who helps me with this study.

To take the survey online, copy this url into your browser:

http://jmu.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_4YGd1uBrKkxx8nr

Pamela Gibson, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology
James Madison University, MSC 7704
Harrisonburg, VA 22807
540-568-6195

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Introduction to EVOX Biofeedback March 22, 2-4 PM

Facilitate a shift in perception

Open the way for a more mature functional inner landscape

Improve any aspect of human performance  

EVOX Biofeedback intro

Change How You Habitually See and Experience Life
with Marilyn Graham

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GMA Welcomes Elizabeth Large, ND Back to Our Offices!

Elizabeth Large, NDBy Elizabeth Large, ND

Gordon Medical is delighted to have Elizabeth Large, ND back in our offices! Dr. Large is a board-certified Naturopathic doctor with 15 years clinical experience treating complex illness. She is trained as a primary doctor but her clinical emphasis is focused on treating complex disorders that might encompass the following: Chronic Lyme disease or infection, digestive disorders, chronic fatigue, mood disorders, allergies and endocrine imbalances. If you have seen numerous doctors for your medical condition without benefit, you are in the right place.

After many years of practice, Dr. Large began seeing patterns emerge among her patients, both pediatric and adult. Her patient population exhibited similar symptoms such as chronic fatigue, anxiety, depression, chronic digestive issues, high reactivity to foods and medications and other unusual symptoms. She discovered that many of her patients were suffering from chronic infections or neurotoxic illnesses such as Lyme disease, co-infections, mold and/or heavy metal toxicity. [Read more…]

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Healthy St. Patrick’s Day Food!

Be sure to check the recipes for any ingredients that may be problematic for you. There are paleo style, vegie, dairy free, gluten free, and low carb options here. Find something to make the day special!

Round Up of Paleo Style Recipes for St. Patrick’s Day

One Pot Bacon Barised Lamb Stew

One Pot Bacon Braised Lamb Stew by Cotter Crunch

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Power Tapping for Release of Negative States – March 22, 6-8 PM

Clear negative body-mind states
Easy to learn, Simple to apply
Exceedingly effective

THE POWER TAP™

with Marilyn Graham
Release habitual patterns of restricted energy flow

A quick and powerful technique to clear negative body-mind states (uncomfortable physical, mental or emotional patterns, repetitive behaviors, etc.). Drawn from several different energy-meridian tapping techniques, the Power Tap™ is easy to learn, simple to apply and exceedingly effective. Memorize the protocol, and it’s at your fingertips whenever you need it for yourself or another. Similar to resetting a computer that has gone into a bad software/hardware loop, this technique resets ones subtle energy system by stimulating known energy points on the body. In so doing, it releases habitual patterns of restricted energy flow that manifest as ‘dis-ease’ in one’s body/mind.

March 22, 6:00 – 8:00 PM
FREE!
Call (707) 575-5180 to reserve space

 

See all the classes offered at GMA

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Learn How Biosyntonie Can Help You – Free Class March 8, 2-4 PM

Mitigate the negative effects of man-made technologies
Support the body’s own healing resources
Bring the healing balance of nature

Biosyntonie Class at GMA

Two hour class with Marilyn Graham and Asha Baxter

Illness Can Arise Due to Being Disconnected from Nature

For patients interested in learning how Biosyntonie might help them. Using specially created ceramic discs, Biosyntonie® helps mitigate the negative effects of man-made technologies (including WiFi, microwaves and EMF pollution). In essence, Biosyntonie brings the healing balance of nature back into your home, work and body. Created by Pierre Nicholas in France, the Biosyntonie memory discs have properties of resonance (like a tuning fork) and create 3-dimensional or vortex shape waves that deliver the correct information to the body, so that it can realign itself with the natural systems on which we depend. Class will include information about Biosyntonie, and a demonstration of how it is used as a balancing modality.


March 8, 2017 / 2:00 – 4:00 PM

FREE!
Call (707) 575-5180 to reserve space

Download flyer: Biosyntonie class

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Learn Foot Reflexology for Self Care – March 8, 6-8 PM

An invaluable asset in one’s self-care medicine chest
Relieve stress, tension or discomfort
Use technique on yourself or others

Two hour class with Marilyn Graham

Take advantage of the correlations between points on the foot and specific body parts

This modality can be an invaluable asset in one’s self-care medicine chest. Taking advantage of the correlations between points on the foot and specific body parts, you can use technique on yourself or others to bring greater circulation, nerve flow and awareness into any area of the body, often relieving stress, tension or discomfort. You’ll learn how body’s geography can be located the feet, and how to use your hands for maximum benefit and comfort. Please come with clean feet (and clean socks) – you’ll have the opportunity to gain practical experience while you learn.


March 8, 2017 / 6:00 – 8:00 PM


$25 Per Class
Call (707) 575-5180 to reserve space

Download flyer: Foot Reflexology class