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Ryan Turnock

In the fall of 2010, I had decided to try and re-live my youth by participating in an adult recreation kick ball league. I hadn’t played any type of competitive active sports since my early 30’s, because of a nagging hamstring injury that has lingered since high school football. At this time I was 42, […]

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Mitch Arnold

After three years of elbow (UCL reconstruction aka Tommy John) and shoulder (labrum reattachment) surgeries I was at the brink of the end of my baseball career. I was able to rehab at some of the best facilities in Phoenix, but was still not feeling better. I eventually retired due to the fact that I […]

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Jerry Tennant MD Coming to Arizona

Understanding Your Body & the Tennant Biomodulator Due to the Coast to Coast interview last July and other radio interviews with Dr. Bill Deagle and Dr. Ben Joseph, there has been a huge interest in Dr. Tennant’s “Healing is Voltage” philosophy and the Tennant Biomodulator. We continue to receive phone calls from people who have […]

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Oprah Winfrey and Her Troublesome Thyroid

Oprah Winfrey’s metabolism has been up and down – and up again. Adventures with the bathroom scale and swings in energy finally got her focused on her thyroid. In her magazine, she wrote: My body was turning on me. First hyperthyroidism, which sped up my metabolism and left me unable to sleep for days. (Most […]

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Is the FDA Taking Thyroid Off the Market?

Mary Budinger Az Net News – September 16, 2009 The shortage of natural desiccated thyroid began a year ago when the sole American supplier changed the manufacturing process that turns the thyroid glands of pigs into powder. This caused both major suppliers of desiccated thyroid, Forest (Armour thyroid) and RLC Labs (Nature-Throid and Westhroid) to […]

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Columbia Daily Tribune – A Patient’s Journey

by BRENDAN GILL of the Tribune’s staff June 5, 1998 The first time Dora Hein met Mark Starr, her back was bent over like a horseshoe. The 88-year-old from Boonville was suffering from lower back pain that was crippling her, and she had tried four other doctors before coming to Starr. The other doctors told […]

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