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Can Surgery Cause Strokes?

People often choose surgery without understanding the risks or potential long-term results of the surgery. When considering surgery, people may think about the recovery time, the cost incurred, and the loss of work hours. They may even wonder if they really want an artificial joint, and if they are up

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Australia Lecture

Regenerative Orthopedics: Non-Surgical Repair with Stem Cells/PRP/Prolotherapy Peter A. Fields, MD, DC lectured at the American Association of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine in Australia on Saturday, May 21, 2016 Lecture time: 1:30pm See below link for details: http://a4mwc.com/conference-agenda/

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CCA Lecture June-21-2018

Dr. Fields to Lecture at Santa Monica CCA Meeting Thursday June 21st If your patients have a torn meniscus, torn labrum, damaged rotator cuff, torn ligament or tendon or even been told to have a joint replaced, surgery is many times not necessary. There is non-surgical alternative to fixing joints

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Reduce Stroke Risk by 80% – Choose a Healthy Lifestyle

Stroke is the third leading cause of death in the United States after heart disease and cancer, and a major cause of disability. With the aging of the American population and as obesity increases, more strokes are occurring: 795,000 a year, with 77% of them first-time; yet, deaths from strokes

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Foods that Fight Fat. Learn How Certain Food Can Help Burn Fat

Tired of that spare tire? Sick of your love handles? You can increase your body’s fat-burning power by eating more foods that strengthen your liver (your body’s main fat-metabolizing organ) to burn fat better. The result? A leaner you! There are many great liver boosting foods, but here are some

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Bursts of Activity, Learn How Exercise Can Give You Energy

We all know that 30 minutes per day of strenuous exercise will provide many health benefits. Recent Federal guidelines from the Department of Health and Human Services1 have even made this official. The real question for most of us is how to find the time to exercise regularly and consistently.

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To Improve Fitness, Try Sleep

By Tara Parker-Pope NY Times June 17, 2009 Most people training for a race or sport focus on adding more miles, workouts or weight training to improve their fitness. But new research suggests that simply getting more sleep can improve athletic performance. The small study included five members of the

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Vitamin D: It’s Not Just For Bones Anymore

New research around vitamin D is showing that those deficient in the vitamin may have more far reaching implications than just bone health. According to researchers, vitamin D may help to reduce or eliminate chronic pain due to arthritis, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, headaches and other types of pain as well

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Napping at the Office May Help Your Heart

Published in Scientific America, February 12, 2007 Daytime nappers may be in luck. New research shows that taking a midday nap may reduce the risk of fatal heart problems. Naps might benefit the heart by reducing stress, and jobs are a common source of stress. Exactly how stress is related

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Dr. Fields Completes His 7th Half Ironman Triathlon

In September of 2007, Dr. Fields completed his 7th half Ironman triathlon in Santa Cruz, CA. This was his second half Ironman this year having completed one in June in Ensenada, Mexico. He also participated in two half Ironman races each year in 2005 and in 2006. A half Ironman

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