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Low Testosterone, Adrenal Fatigue and Gut Health

The Link between Inflammation and Low Testosterone and Erectile Dysfunction EMedicine Health online states that 67% of men age 40 have at least some trouble with erectile dysfunction and that number increases an average 12% for each decade of life afterwards, with men age 79 reporting 90% ED.  In 2007 it was estimated that 18 […]

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Gut Health and Hormones: Gut Health Part 3

So now that I know leaky gut exists, What else should I know? Hormones. Those pesky little signalers in your body that drive every process. They are affected by leaky gut. In fact, there are now studies that link the diagnosis of PCOS and Leaky gut. (1) They show that women who have leaky gut […]

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Gut Health: Part 2 Stomach or Intestine?

How do you know if it is the small intestine or the stomach?   Well, this can be a challenge, but we can move in a direction to see which one it is. The easier way to determine is to see WHEN the symptoms happen. The problem with this approach is that most of us […]

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What is Leaky Gut and Do I Have IT?

What is Leaky Gut?   As I sit  here at Starbucks drinking a coffee that is not organic I contemplate the fact that I am writing to you about gut health while trying to destroy mine.    You see, Leaky gut is the process by which inflammatory foods attack the lining of the gut and […]

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Hangry: Part two

Reactive Hypoglycemia looks like: Sweating, headaches, Feeling Faint, Pale skin, Shakiness, Nausea, need to eat every few hours.(2) But why? Poor Insulin Sensitivity, Adrenal Fatigue, And poor management of Blood Sugar. Insulin Resistance: Unfortunately, due to SAD and lack of a central family, we are seeing Insulin Resistance occur as young as 4 years of […]

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Hangry? Shaky? Do You Need to Eat Now, Or Else?

Hangry? What exactly is hangry? It’s that past the point of no return irritation that occurs because your body is having a response to Blood sugar levels. Usually, they’ve dropped below what the system wants and the Adrenal Glands are not able to help by boosting Cortisol. Many people think this is just a day […]

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Healthcare Spending in United States Out of Control

Drivers for Health care spending differ across top income earning countries In 2016 the Total cost of Healthcare in the US was 17.8% of the GDP, according to a study published in JAMA, and was double that of other similar high income countries. What was evaluated: Overweight and Obese Population: the US was the top […]

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BEST OF ENGLEWOOD

Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Agility Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Receives 2021 Best of Englewood Award Englewood Award Program Honors the Achievement ENGLEWOOD November 5, 2021 — Agility Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine has been selected for the 2021 Best of Englewood Award in the Kinesiology Physical Therapy category by the Englewood Award Program. […]

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The Staggering Costs of HEALTHCARE

“The doctor of the future will give no medication but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, diet and in the cause and prevention of disease”—Thomas A. Edison (1847-1931)”   Yet pharmaceuticals have grown excessively from 2010-2018. 35% to be exact. In fact, in 2019 spending on prescription drugs did US$500 […]

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Best of Greenwood VIllage: 5th Year in a ROW!!! Thank you

Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Agility Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Receives 2021 Best of Greenwood Village Award Greenwood Village Award Program Honors the Achievement GREENWOOD VILLAGE April 27, 2021 — Agility Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine has been selected for the 2021 Best of Greenwood Village Award in the Doctors of Physical Therapy category […]

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