Why is Glutathione so important?

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Functional Neurology and Naturopathic Medicine

Glutathione is so important because it is responsible for keeping so many of the keys to wellness.  It is critical for immune function and controlling inflammation.  It is the master detoxifier and the body’s main antioxidant, protecting our cells and making our energy metabolism run well.  The good news is that you can do many things to increase this natural and crucial molecule in your body.  An essential mechanism for raising Glutathione in the body is by supplementation via nebulization and suppository delivery systems.

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Functional cranial release treatment used in conjunction with Gluthatione is highly effective in treating patients presenting with symptoms of Parkinson’s disease,chronic sinusitis, brain function, tinnitus, chronic fatigue syndrome, sleep apnea, migraine, stroke, vertigo and more.

Contact us with any questions or to receive more information on Glutathione therapy and how it can help you or see www.GlutaGenic.com for products.


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Brain Rehabilitation using Functional Neurology and FCR in Sarasota

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After brain surgery this patient was told he needed to live with the neurological impairments he was left with. He was treated using specific endo nasal balloon adjustments, PEMF, Glutathione nebulized, FCR, functional neurology, chiropractic neurology in sarasota florida. He had parkinsons step with freezing, palatal myoclonus and bradykinesia.

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Essential Tremor is treated using the latest in Neurology by Sarasota Doctor. Watch video on how.

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Essential tremor (ET) is a slowly progressive neurological disorder of which the most recognizable feature is a tremor of the arms or hands that is apparent during voluntary movements such as eating and writing.[1] This type of tremor is often referred to as “kinetic tremor.”  The general pattern being that the tremor begins in the arms and then spreads to these other regions in selected patients.  Some patients may have unsteadiness and problems with gait and balance that are above and beyond that due to normal aging. Aside from enhanced physiological tremor, it is the most common type of tremor and one of the most commonly observed movement disorders.[11] Essential tremor was also previously known as “benign essential tremor”, but the adjective “benign” has been removed in recognition of the sometimes disabling nature of the disorder. Although essential tremor is often mild, patients with severe tremor have difficulty performing many of their routine activities of daily living.

Treatment available in Kailua, Hawaii and Sarasota, Florida.

Palatal Myoclonus or Tremur of the throat is treatable! See how Functional Neurology worked on me.

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Brachial Palatal Myoclonus or Palatal Tremur or Symptomatic and Essential Rhythmic Palatal Myoclonus is treatable! See an actual patient getting treatment that worked for her!


Rhythmic palatal myoclonus (RPM) is a rare movement disorder consisting of continuous synchronous jerks of the soft palate, muscles innervated by other cranial nerves and, rarely, trunk and limb muscles. It usually develops secondary to brainstem or cerebellar disease (symptomatic RPM). Some patients, however, fail to show evidence of a structural lesion (essential RPM). A total of 287 cases with RPM from the literature including 210 cases with symptomatic and 77 cases with essential RPM have been reviewed and analysed statistically to look for criteria separating the two conditions. Patients with essential RPM usually have objective earclicks as their typical complaint which is rare in the symptomatic form. Eye and extremity muscles are never involved. The jerk frequency is lower in essential than in symptomatic RPM. Patients with essential RPM are younger and have a balanced sex distribution as compared with a male preponderance in the symptomatic form. The rhythmicity of RPM seems to be more profoundly influenced by sleep, coma and general anaesthesia in essential than in symptomatic RPM. We conclude from these results that essential RPM should be separated as a distinct clinical entity. Symptomatic RPM is a rhythmic movement disorder whose pathogenesis is quite well established. The cells of the hypertrophied inferior olives are believed to represent the oscillator. Among other possibilities, essential RPM may represent its functional analogue, based on transmitter changes only. Such a relationship could be of theoretical interest for the understanding of rhythmic hyperkinesias in general.