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DermalInfusion is an advanced skin-resurfacing treatment that combines exfoliation, extraction, and infusion of condition-specific serums to improve skin health, function and appearance.

Mar 8th, 2019
Prolotherapy and PRP.

This rapidly emerging technique is showing exciting potential with osteoarthritis of the knee, shoulder, hip and spine, rotator cuff tears, chronic plantar fasciitis, anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries, pelvic pain and instability

Mar 1st, 2019
Miscarriage & Infertility

Infertility and reproductive-associated disease are global problems in the world today affecting millions of women. A successful pregnancy requires a healthy uterus ready to receive and support an implanting embryo.

Nov 16th, 2017
Sexual Problems at Midlife

Behind any discussion of sexual problems lies an incredibly loaded question: Exactly what is normal, healthy sexual response and function?

Oct 31st, 2017
Menstrual Irregularities

For most women, a normal menstrual cycle ranges from 21 to 35 days. However, 14% to 25% of women have irregular menstrual cycles, meaning the cycles are shorter or longer than normal; are heavier or lighter than normal; or are experiencing other problems

Oct 31st, 2017
Skin & Aging

Many things cause our skin to age. Some things we cannot do anything about; others we can influence. One thing that we cannot change is the natural aging process. It plays a key role. With time, we all get visible lines on our face.

Oct 21st, 2017
Female hair loss

Many women are affected by hair loss. In fact, around 40% of women by age 50 show signs of hair loss and less than 45% of women actually reach the age of 80 with a full head of hair.

Sep 17th, 2017
How hormone depletion affects you in menopause

Hormones are the messengers in the body that travel through the blood stream to start, stop, speed up or slow down your physical and chemical functions and processes across all body systems.

Sep 4th, 2017
Endocrine Disruptors

Endocrine disruptors are chemicals that can interfere with endocrine (or hormone) systems at certain doses. These disruptions can cause cancerous tumors, birth defects, and other developmental disorders.

Sep 4th, 2017
What is Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy?

Bioidentical hormones refer to a group of hormone treatments sometimes referred to as “natural” because the types of hormones used are chemically identical (according to molecular structure) to those produced by the human body.

Sep 2nd, 2017
Does estrogen cause breast cancer?

The true answer is that it depends. Are we referring to synthetic estrogens which our bodies do not recognize as our own hormones, or are we discussing bioidentical estrogens, which are precise copies of the hormones which our bodies make?

Sep 2nd, 2017
Nebulizer Applies PRP Directly to Damaged Lungs

New York Based stem cell doctor with unique approach to make people lose weight by fixing hormone imbalance and sleep disorders beyond diet and exercise. Has offices in Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn.

Aug 16th, 2017
Before you get Rotator Cuff Tear Surgery

This article will present the latest research for and against surgical, platelet, and stem cell injections in the treatment of complete rotator cuff tears. Please see my companion article on for discussion of partial rotator cuff tear non surgical treatmen

Aug 14th, 2017
Bioidentical Hormones for Women

Women seeking relief from menopausal consequences such as night sweats, hot flashes, loss of memory, weight gain, mood swings, and low libido need look no further.

Aug 13th, 2017
Degenerative Joint Disease and Hormone Replacement Therapy

Hormones drive the immune system and help repair damaged joints. A patient who experiences thinning hair, loss of sex drive, decreased muscle tone, dry skin, menstrual cramping, irregular menses, chronic fatigue, decreased body temperature, and...

Aug 13th, 2017
Detox with Chelation Therapy

Human exposure to heavy metals has risen dramatically in the last 70 years. Many of the elements that can be considered heavy metals have no known benefit for human physiology. Lead, mercury, and cadmium are prime examples of such "toxic metals."

Jun 15th, 2017