All posts by: Martha M. Grout, MD, MD(H)

SW Diabetes Symposium

by in Blog September 18, 2019

Part 1 – some 500 physicians and other practitioners gathered in Scottsdale, AZ to learn the most recent trends in the care of patients with diabetes. Some statistics: 695,000 people are diagnosed with diabetes in Arizona (over one in 10 Arizonans) 1.7 million are diagnosed with with pre-diabetes (one in three Arizonans). Of those with […]

Clostridium Difficile Infection in the 21st Century – Part I

by in Blog April 4, 2019

Definition of Clostridium difficile infection: CDI is defined by the presence of symptoms (usually diarrhea and/or pain and huge dilatation of the colon – called toxic megacolon) and laboratory confirmation of the presence of a toxic strain of C diff or its toxins in the stool. Another part of the definition includes colonoscopic or histopathologic (examination under a microscope) […]

You are cordially invited to come & experience a medical device technology that will dramatically improve your quality of life.

by in Blog April 2, 2019

BEMER ENHANCES: General blood flow The body’s nutrient and oxygen supply Waste disposal Cardiac function Physical fitness and endurance Strength and energy Concentration and mental acuity Stress reduction and relaxation Sleep management And many more benefits JOIN US ON: Date: Wednesday, April 3, 2019 Time (Afternoon): 11:00a Free Bemer Sessions11:30a Bemer Presentation Lunch is included […]

Vaccination – medical procedure? Or public health mandate? Are there alternatives?

by in Blog February 26, 2019

A question was recently posed on the AHIMA website, asking whether we, as a homeopathic organization, could recommend a list of doctors who offer “homeopathic vaccines” as a substitute for conventional vaccines, the hope being that the “homeopathic vaccine” would be something that would satisfy the legislature and the schools that vaccination had been accomplished, […]

Statins for diabetics?

by in Blog January 7, 2019

2015 guidelines from the American Diabetes Association (ADA) recommend a statin (cholesterol-lowering) drug for almost everyone with diabetes. The 2018 guidelines from the American Diabetes Association state that risk factors for cardiovascular disease in diabetics include the following: hypertension, dyslipidemia, smoking, a family history of premature coronary disease, chronic kidney disease, and the presence of […]