I was a busy three sport athlete in high school and was lucky enough to earn a full tuition baseball scholarship to pitch at Boston College in 1989 and later in my college career at Kent.
Early in my high school career I was plagued with shoulder and elbow problems but I always knew where to get help. My pain was gone and my body was re-balanced usually after a treatment or two and I rarely had to miss any action. My doctor would also recommend dietary changes and whole food supplements to support my body as well. This was my first experience with any type of alternative healthcare and it worked for me every time! Needless to say I became a strong believer in these methods of treatment because I experienced such consistent results.
Searching for a Better Way
When I reached my early twenties, I had the experience of taking care of my father, whose health was failing due to complications of diabetes. It was difficult geographically to get him to anyone other than a local conventional doctor and, at the time, I had only a fraction of the knowledge that I have now about the many effective drug-free therapies that could have benefited him. His condition slowly deteriorated into failing kidneys and congestive heart failure…all while on a steady regimen of 12 medications!
This experience was the catalyst that began my quest in finding an effective approach to handling this and most other states of chronic disease. I believe I have found this approach.
After hours upon hours of advanced clinical training with some of the best clinicians in natural healthcare along with clinical experience, I have accumulated quite a sum of useful knowledge and skill to help others, and I will continue to do so because it’s fun for me!
One more thing: I always make a point of practicing what I preach. If I ever recommend something to you, be certain that I am following those same recommendations in my life. My wife, Dr. Tina St. John and daughter’s Samantha and Sabrina follow our suggested health philosophy as well.