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That’s what the 53 yo woman said. Now she was leaking watery stool. She never has the urge to go. This was an old problem, at least since she was in high school, and sometimes she has to even put on a glove to “get it out.”She uses laxatives all the time, but nothing seems to

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So I have had my case taken—for the 4th time.  I think everyone doing homeopathy should also be a patient. The more whole you are the better you can be objective with your own patients. It is really almost impossible to treat yourself. To see yourself objectively is an oxymoron. You just can’t. I guess

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No, not me….it’s in quotes…it’s my sister’s words. From her sort of famous writing on living with breast cancer. Read it at the end of this blog if you want. That synchronicity thing popped up again. I knew my sister died in the month November…but that’s all I remember. Just not good with dates, never

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I’ve been hanging out with homeopaths from all over the world, all interested in one thing, getting the simillimum for their patients. Gaining knowledge and inspiration from a great homeopath and teacher — Rajan Sankaran — leaves me feeling humbled by my abilities, but also encouraged to keep getting better. By using subtle interview techniques

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Another believer. They left urgent care, and were headed to the local Whole Foods Market to pick up some Arnica 200C.  The 13 year-old boy had jammed his finger playing basketball yesterday. His finger was swollen, and a little bruised around the PIP joint, (the first joint in the finger).  It was hard to flex

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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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Ok, this is a little medical, but I am blogging about it anyway.  I recently read an article in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association how older people may still be not getting enough calcium, despite supplementation. (abstract is here.) These are people that are most likely to get hip fractures, (or any fractures for that matter). Besides

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Not that anyone needs an excuse, ever. I baked a birthday cake for my girlfriend. Of course there is an ulterior motive-I love chocolate cake. I tried to customize it for her, adding in her favorite caramel syrup. I drizzled some in the middle before baking, along with some dark chocolate Ghirardelli chips. Can’t have too

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Not only are vegetarian physically healthier, but a recent study has shown that vegetarians are happier too. The Journal of Nutrition study linked a vegetarian diet with a healthier mood.  According to the researchers at Arizona State University, the vegetarians in their study experienced significantly less negative emotion than the people who also ate meat. A Cambridge

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So please don’t expect a miracle at the doctor’s. We don’t have any. Fluids, rest. Tylenol, Ibuprofen. Take a bath with some epsom salts. Eat some chicken soup. If you like drugs, take some-over-the-counter ones that you think may help your symptoms. Buy Kleenex. Smear on some Vicks. If you want to spend some more

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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