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Cancer is Not a Disease

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

Cancer is a survival mechanism that the body employs to stay alive. When the body is deprived of oxygen, the innate intelligence of the cell modifies its software allowing it to convert glucose into energy via a fermentation process (like in the production of wine or beer). Dr. Otto Warburg won the Nobel Prize in…

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Lower Back Pain and Dental Bridgework

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

Dr. Smith’s research of over thirty-five years helped formulate the concept of the dental whole body connection. The history had its origin back in 1958 when an East Germany medical doctor, Reinhold Voll, made the connection by means of an electronic device (Dermatron) between each tooth and specific vertebrae, muscles, and organs in the body.…

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Faulty Parkinson’s Diagnosis Reversed with Dental Cranial Corrections

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

Dentistry has the tools to reverse many debilitating medical issues. Case in point. A patient from the United Kingdom was referred to my office for evaluation and treatment of Parkinson’s like symptoms. The 77 year-old female patient was given a diagnosis by a private practice medical doctor in the UK of Parkinson’s disease and prescribed…

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Chronic Neck and Low Back Pain Due to Faulty Occlusal Cranial Balance

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

Unfortunately traditional institutions of higher learning have compartmentalized their curriculums to such an extent that the student does not get a global view of how the body really works. This myopic view applies to all the healthcare professions and in many cases the establishment frowns upon interdisciplinary communication. In the end, the patient is the…

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Ear Piercings can be a Source of Depression

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

Paul Nogier, a French medical doctor, discovered and mapped out the acupuncture points on the ear which correspond to all the anatomic points in the body. Every time someone pierces their ear the potential exists that they are either stimulating or suppressing a bodily function without being aware of the consequences. Marissa was just such…

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Concussion’s Adverse Neurological and Structural Distortions

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

The human skull with its 28 cranial bones plus the brain make up the computer and software that drives bodily functions. Trauma in the any form (falls, tooth extraction, whiplash, forceful chiropractic adjustments, orthodontic braces, etc.) has the potential of reversing the inherent rhythmic motion of the base of the skull. Most healthcare practitioners are…

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The Power of a Cranial Adjustment

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

Cranial manipulation is a lost art. Very few healthcare practitioners are even aware that such a healing modality exists. Some may be familiar with the term but most never took the time to investigate or even learn how to perform this incredible therapy. It is gentle, non-invasive, and gets to the root cause of many…

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Cranial Adjustment—An Alternative to Pain Medication

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

Serge was referred to my office by his friend in Quebec, Canada for evaluation of pressure and pain in his head, torsion in his neck and back. Serge incurred numerous traumas from playing hockey. All avenues of traditional medicine, chiropractic, physical therapy, and even integrative medicine were tried with no lasting results. These patient stories…

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Mouth Trauma Linked to Chronic Leg Pain

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

When your child gets injured, there isn’t anything you wouldn’t do to resolve their problem especially when it comes to pain. Darlene Sherp searched for over a year to get relief for her daughter Alaina, who was eight years old when she accidentally got hit in the mouth with a baseball bat. Soon after the…

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Severe arthritic pains, psoriasis, and manic depression all resolved without drugs

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

Most physicians and many patients live in the illusion that only medicines can “cure” or relieve arthritic pain, control psoriasis and alleviate manic depression. Your myth bubbles are going to be burst. Charles R. was referred to me by his sister-in-law for evaluation and treatment of temporomandibular joint pain (TMJ), psoriasis, and manic depression. Charles’…

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