Osteoarthritis is a degenerative form of arthritis, often described as “wear and tear” arthritis. We can all expect normal wear and tear on the body, but there are ways to minimize its effects, and live into old age with health, energy, and strength!
Dr. Jennifer Ridley does something that many other medical practitioners don’t do enough of… She talks to her patients and does an in depth review of each patient, their medical history, their family’s medical history and their lifestyle. This in-depth analysis helps her to identify the root causes of problems. … Read the rest >>
Dr. Ridley uses the principles of homeopathic medicine to understand how the symptoms we deal with are our bodies warning lights, telling us we have a problem. Do you solve the engine problems in your car by pulling the fuse for the warning lights in the dash? How about putting … Read the rest >>
In this video, Dr. Jennifer Ridley talks with Terri Suresh of the Hormonal Health & Wellness Center about functional nutrition, and working to find the root cause of a patient’s ailment instead of just treating the symptoms. Things like high cholesterol, headaches, high blood pressure, fatigue, bowel issues, acid reflux … Read the rest >>
One area that creates issues for people are food allergies. These can cause irritations and inflammations in the body that can cascade to other areas. An important first step in the process is to do food allergy testing. The comprehensive food panel is a good place to start. This video … Read the rest >>
Frighteningly, there are chemicals that can make you gain weight even though you don’t eat them at all! Flame retardant chemicals are a good example. Many mattresses and couches, along with other common household items (carpet padding, foam cushions, polyester bedding and clothing, wallpaper, plastic housings for computers, faxes and … Read the rest >>
One really good reason to read the list of ingredients on your food – and to stay away from “foods” containing things you can’t pronounce – is the prevalence of hidden chemicals that can lead to weight gain and other health problems. Monosodium glutamate (MSG), for example, is the flavor … Read the rest >>
Did you know that, in a way, you have two brains? Because there is such a large network of nerve cells in the gastrointestinal system, or “gut,” it is often referred to as the “second brain.” The gut contains more neurons than either the spinal cord or your peripheral nervous … Read the rest >>
Kick those bad habits and replace with better ones!
There’s a far better way of looking and feeling fantastic than to go to the expense and discomfort of surgery. Instead of going under the knife and ending up looking like a cartoon version of a youthful person, focus on improving … Read the rest >>