Put simply, it is a reflux of bacteria from the large intestine into the small intestine via the ileocecal valve. The bacteria normally live happily in the colon and we want them there. We do not want them to migrate from their home base (since it’s so warm and cozy in the colon after all…wink wink) In the case of SIBO, we have a case of the wrong place “always at the wrong time”. The bacteria aren’t bad guys, they’ve just lost their way.

Prolotherapy and Pain Management

Regenerative Injection Therapy utilizes the body’s own innate ability to repair itself and is a viable alternative to surgery and pain medications. Prolotherapy is a Regenerative Injection procedure that has been used for decades to stimulate healing and repair from pain, arthritis, and chronic injuries.

Looking for an alternative to Mammograms?

Thermology is a passive and functional type of study, unlike radiology (X-ray). This means thermology does NOT use any form of ionizing radiation (such as does X-ray) as it evaluates the features of activity and operations of distinct areas of the body. The equipment we use (an infrared thermograph camera) makes tens-of-thousands detailed measurements of skin temperature at a distance of five to eight feet.

2019 Setting Goals and Succeeding

The beginning of the year is a time people use to focus on new health goals. Many people have a hard time sticking to those goals and making them last long term. The team at Cameron Wellness Center wants you to be successful in your personal goals. Here are some helpful tips for you to stay engaged in your goals, whatever they may be.

Peach-Spinach Chia Smoothie

Sip-for-delicious-sip, except for the color, you’ll hardly notice the spinach in this green smoothie. Frozen peaches create a slushy-sweet base further enhanced by apple juice. Chia seeds give an energizing boost to this yummy low-cal and nutrient rich beverage. Perfectly refreshing after a long workout.

Roasted Salmon with Smoky Chickpeas & Greens

Your Omega 3 Fatty Acids never tasted so good!
When you eat this healthy salmon dinner, you’ll get a dose of greens and green dressing! Chowing down on 6 or more servings of dark leafy greens a week can help keep your brain in top shape. This dish features the Test Kitchen’s current go-to method for doctoring a can of chickpeas: spice them up and roast until crispy.

Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Heart Health

Omega-3 (O3) are called essential fatty acids because our own bodies cannot make them, so we must get these from our diet.

Can You Die From a Broken Heart?

Did you know that your emotions impact your health? The fact is you can’t separate your health from your emotions. Every feeling you have affects some part of your body. And stress can wreak havoc even if you’re doing everything else “right.”

Natural Ways to Prevent and Treat Colds & Flu

When it comes to cold and flu season, prevention really is the first line of defense. To keep your body’s defense system—the immune system—in peak condition, follow our immunity-boosting tips to help your body fight off the bugs looking for a host. And, for times when you are feeling ill, the second set of tips can help ease your symptoms and support a quick recovery.