The nutritional counseling provided at Dixon Wellness and Chiropractic includes blood chemistry analysis and nutrition response testing (muscle testing or AK). A massage therapist is also available and educational seminars can be arranged on nutrition topics for church groups, civic organization and other interested parties.
Jaynes founded Augusta St. Clinic in 1987. The clinic provides chiropractic and homeopathy care, and his specialty is providing holistic care through bio-feedback testing and German biological remedies. Augusta St. Clinic also offers Lyme evaluations, ionized oxygen therapy and MORA biofeedback therapy, and the patients range from infants to adults.
After practicing in Greenville for over two decades, Dr. George A. Auger is well known in the area. He was named Best Chiropractor in the Upstate by the Greenville News for two consecutive years, and received Palmetto State Chiropractic Association’s first ever Chiropractor of the Year award. His most recent publication is a co-authored book, The World’s Best Kept Health Secret Revealed.
Another issue that can occur at any age is inappropriate thyroid medication and dosing. Most doctors’ offices test only TSH, but at LivingWell we look further and test T3, T4 and reverse T3. We also may test thyroid antibodies to see if a patient has Hashimoto’s, an autoimmune disease affecting the thyroid gland.
Donald Redman, President of US Energy Solutions, says there has never been a better time, financially, for consumers in South Carolina to turn to solar energy. The Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit allows homeowners and businesses to receive a dollar-for-dollar credit on their tax liability equaling 30 percent of the installed cost from their federal taxes, and South Carolina’s Solar Energy Tax Credit lets residents claim a state tax credit of 25 percent of the entire installed cost of a Solar Photovoltaic (PV) system.
Upstate Natural Awakenings would like to introduce you to a couple of their star boarders. We will repeat this feature in each of our quarterly pet issues which run in March, June, September and December. You can also go on to the PAWS website to view other pets who are waiting for that special person to love.
This is a story reported to us by an NA reader and her courageous father who said no to a terminal diagnosis of Stage IV cancer. In August, 2014, at the age of 58, Oscar was diagnosed with stage IV colorectal cancer. His daughter, Ilka, tells of his journey from one of pain and despair to natural healing and a full recovery.
The Upstate is blessed to have a variety of businesses and practitioners that are dedicated to helping prevent cancer as well as working to improve the quality of life of cancer victims. In our own backyard, Dr. Connie Casebolt of Wellness by Design, in Greenville, incorporates into her integrative medicine practice modalities that improve quality of life and support the immune system. These include saunas, various supplements and some specialty IV’s, notably Vitamin C and ozone. And, as you will note in almost all discussions of cancer prevention, making dietary changes—getting rid of all inflammatory foods—is essential.
Reflective herd behavior observations is just one of the many experiential exercises women of the Upstate will be enjoying during the Embracing Chaos workshop at EquineFlow in Piedmont. During a seven week program in September and October, participants interact with horses to learn how to maintain their center in the middle of mayhem, deal with emotional pain, stay grounded in tough times and ignite brilliance under pressure.
Neurofeedback works through repetition and positive reinforcement. It is an alternative treatment for ASD that works at the source, rewiring the brain for healthy and long-lasting changes.