Recent Articles

Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO): An Interview with Preet Khangura, ND

Liz Sutherland, ND, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Restorative Medicine, recently spoke with Preet Khangura, ND, who practices in Victoria, BC, Canada. Dr. Khangura is an expert in the diagnosis and treatment of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO). He has developed treatment and prevention protocols for this condition, and offers consultations and educational seminars on the topic to healthcare providers.

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Journal of Restorative Medicine

Erectile Dysfunction: A Review of Comprehensive Treatment Options for Optimal Outcome

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is common with aging. Formerly ED treatment was offered mainly by urologists, but the approval and widespread use of phosphodiesterase inhibitors has enabled primary care clinicians to provide targeted ED treatment. Although large, multicenter clinical trials have shown efficacy and safety with these drugs, they are ineffective in 30–35% of men, may cause side-effects, and do not improve the underlying pathology. A thorough understanding of erectile physiology and causes of ED and a comprehensive treatment plan addressing all contributing factors may be more effective than pharmaceutical management and may improve aspects of psychological and physical health beyond erectile problems.

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Journal of Restorative Medicine

Dr. Jorge Miranda Massari Discusses IV Vitamin C

There comes a point when you can safely taper down the intensity of the treatments, but you have to be at a level in which you feel comfortable, you have control over the disease. Of course, you do that within a framework where you have an integrated treatment plan and you’re treating everything you find that is related to the disease. Even though vitamin C is one of the most potent therapies, obviously that’s not the only therapy you use.

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Restorative Medicine Digest

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