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I recently read an article in the Wall Street Journal about using acupuncture to treat soldiers with concussions and brain trauma, and PTSD. Isn’t that cool? They are helping soldiers with headaches, insomnia, anxiety, and nightmares right on the battlefield in Afghanistan using acupuncture. It seems to speed their recovery, and also diminishes the amount of

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This was one of the rules where I stayed, near the Haitian tent camp last week. Although I was sleeping in a tent, I had access to toilets and to conserve precious water this sign was posted over the toilets. I admit it, I broke the rule a couple of times. I don’t mind peeing

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It’s my first time. blogging on a cell phone pad. I’m now in Dallas and about to catch a fly to Miami ending the first leg of this trip to Haiti. I’m headed back for another week, this time joining a medical team already in place. I had to sign a 5 page waiver to

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A follow-up to my post from a few weeks ago, “This Was Their Lucky Day.” Thanks to donations from a few friends, I was able to wire some money to Haiti, and 3 kids now get to go to grade school  for a year. Since the earthquake, these 3 kids, their parents and a grandparent

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Stepping out from customs into the Ft. Lauderdale airport the first thing I noticed was the food stands. Dunkin Donuts, Pizza, packaged salads and wraps. I grabbed a veggie sushi package and devoured the little bite sized rolls. Carpet on the floors here. No cracks in the walls. Clean restrooms….sort of. I can drink the

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Today we went out to a place unknown to us before today, somewhere in the city about 45 min ride from the hotel. We put our trust into a driver we met the day before, who said there was a “mission” that had people we could see, and they would set up a clinic for

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Back to the nursing school-Universite Notre Dame D’Haiti– today. We started under the big top, where Lisette did a quick “introduction to homeopathy” teaching session with another class of students. During their lunch break we headed back to do a treatment session with the 100 students that we taught the 2 days prior. We treated

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The morning was spent seeing patient at St. Vincent’s School for the Handicapped with the team from Homeopaths Without Borders. Mostly new patients but a few that came back for follow ups, with big smiles. Fevers were gone, pains were improved. In the afternoon I connected with an acquaintance I had previously met in India

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It was a special day for 100 nursing students at Universite Notre Dame D’Haiti . The team of volunteers led by Lauri Grossman taught a 3 hour first aid course in homeopathy. The students dressed in the school uniforms and were eager to learn as much as they could in the short time. Common ailments

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About Me

I graduated from the University Of Illinois College Of Medicine, and completed a residency in Internal Medicine at St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona. My classical Homeopathy training was completed in 2008 at the American Medical College of Homeopathy. When not working, I enjoy travelling the world, visiting other countries and cultures. Photography, gardening and hiking are my hobbies.

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Phone:(602) 320-5181
Location: Near 15th Ave & Thomas, Central Phoenix.
Email: gmeyer28@cox.net