Steve Amoils, MD Did you know that a study showed that an herbal combination of echinacea, propolis, and vitamin C showed a 55% reduction of illness and a 62% reduction in the number of days with fever per child in children (Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. VOL 158, 2004; 158:217-221)? Many of you have been faced with the decision of sending your … Continued
Teresa Esterle, M.D. There are many considerations when choosing a probiotic. Generally speaking, most people can benefit from taking one. We always recommend working with your provider to get a specific recommendation that is best for you. However, there are three things you should be particularly concerned with: 1. Picking a Quality Brand This is important, … Continued
June 2019 marks the 20th Anniversary of Alliance Integrative Medicine. What an amazing 20 years it’s been! We’ve been through a few lows, including a building fire, followed by many more highs such as winning best workplace this year. We feel so much gratitude towards our amazing patients and partners who continue to trust and support us as we grow. The Beginning In … Continued
Back-to-school preparation often coincides with back-to-sports training for many of our family members and ourselves. When we start a new school year, we are usually given a list of supplies that will help us to become great students. Here at AIM, we like to share with you our list of items to support yourself … Continued
Unless you’re a physician or pharmacist, understanding supplement labels can be difficult. Let AIM help you with this task as we give five simply tips on how to choose a healthy multivitamin!
Many of us are unwittingly absorbing an abundance of toxins and endocrine disruptors through our largest organ system, our skin.
Treatments such as acupuncture, massage, and energy healing have been shown to reduce anxiety, including in those who suffer from PTSD.
Itch, Itch Itch, Scratch, Scratch, Scratch…..sound familiar? If you are like me, this time of year means a significant change in your skin, hair and nails. Along with plummeting temperatures, we are turning on the furnace which creates drier air. Even with a humidifier on your furnace you can find yourself uncomfortably dry and itchy each winter. What’s a body to do?