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NJ Holistic Doctor Michael Rothman Discusses Chronic Inflammatory Disease


Wall, NJ – “ Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS) is a chronic condition of inflammation related to excessive stress on your immune system , nervous system and endocrine system (INE).” Dr. Michael Rothman begin his discussion of CIRS and its effect on many “modern” disorders. Often, physicians and patients treat the symptoms without ever really finding the underlying causes.

Dr. Rothman discusses many of the potential causes of CIRS, including sick building syndrome, as well as metabolic disorders. As part of his discussion, Dr. Rothman looks at the dozens of potential secondary symptoms that can point to CIRS.

NJ Holistic Doctor Michael Rothman Discusses Calcium Supplements and Cardiovascular Disease


Wall, NJ – Dr. Michael Rothman, NJ’s leading holistic physician, exposes a little known, but vital, health concern: The role of calcium supplements in cardiovascular disease.

“Recently published articles in the medical literature have revealed a strong association between calcium supplements and heart disease . Many in the medical community are surprised by these studies and have a hard time accepting them.”

Calcium’s role as “nature’s band-aid’ means that it can repair bones, but it can also contribute to atherosclerosis, hardening of the arteries. In fact, calcium intake is one an important consideration in diagnosing heart disease.

NJ Holistic Doctor Michael Rothman Discusses Telemedicine and the Limits of Technology

Wall, NJ – In his recent article on telemedicine, Dr. Michael Rothman, New Jersey’s foremost holistic physician, speaks about the power and limitations of telemedicine.

“It seems to me, that movement towards telemedicine is pushing to dilute the patient/doctor relationship to the point that there is virtually (pun intended) no relationship. Back in “the good old days”, doctors and their patients had a more intimate relationship. Doctors would care for patients and their families over years, even decades literally taking care of them from “cradle to grave”. This was before “managed care”, HMOs, PPOs, The Health Care Affordability Act (ObamaCare) and a long list of bureaucratic, “bean counting”, initiatives that promised to improve health care delivery and reduce costs, but in reality did just the opposite,” Dr. Rothman writes.

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