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Common Neuropathy Myths

November 22, 2019

If you are suffering from peripheral neuropathy, you may have come across one or more common neuropathy myths. Let’s separate fact from fiction and discover how you can best overcome this chronic pain condition naturally. Myth 1: neuropathy is a sign of aging False. Neuropathy can occur in younger patients, and many older persons never […]

Where Do You Get Regenerative Cells?

November 15, 2019

With all the talk about regenerative cellular therapy, you might be wondering, where do you get regenerative cells? There are several types used in regenerative medicine, and they can treat many conditions naturally. Wharton’s Jelly-Derived Mesenchymal Cells Not to be confused with stem cell therapy, Wharton’s jelly-derived mesenchymal cells are an incredibly potent therapy used […]

6 Easy Stretches to Improve Back and Hip Pain

November 15, 2019

Lower back pain and hip pain are very common among Americans; in fact, more than 26 million people are affected by these conditions; but pain medications and surgery are not your only options, and they should not be your first choices for pain relief. First, try some easy stretches as natural pain relief options for […]

Why Albert Einstein Wanted to be Cremated

October 18, 2019

This week, I learned that Albert Einstein wanted to be cremated. Turned out that the smartest and the most scientific mind of our history was a quite a spiritual man and was concerned that science would replace spirituality and people would start worshipping science. He didn’t want people visiting his grave and paying homage or […]

A Day Of Rest.

August 9, 2019

In the last several month, the famous neurologist Dr. Oliver Sacks contributed three essays reflecting on his life. If you don’t know who he is, he was portrayed by Robin Williams in the movie Awakenings. He also wrote several best seller medical essays and books documenting some of the most fascinating cases he’s seen in […]

Better Than Antibiotics

August 7, 2019

Several years ago, a patient came in with chronic back pain. His pain doctor had attempted to install electrical nerve stimulator device in his back, however, he had to get it removed because due to his diabetes, the cut on his back wouldn’t heal even after several months. When I examined his back, he had […]

1 Thing I Do To Feel Super

August 2, 2019

Have you heard of Rene Quinton? I honestly can’t believe I’ve been a doctor this long without hearing his name. This man saved thousands of lives in France and Europe by using sea water called Quinton Water. Rene Quinton was a French physiologist who discovered that marine water from a certain part of the ocean […]

My Mother Had a Cataract Surgery

July 31, 2019

My Mother had a cataract surgery. She had been complaining of cloudy vision for a years now and the last eye exam, the doctor told her her vision was poor enough to qualify as the legal definition of blindness. This past Monday, she had her lens replacement surgery and the doctor wanted me to translate […]

What Regenerative Properties Are In Your Regenerative Cellular Treatment

July 30, 2019

Treatment for muscle, ligament and bone injuries using stem cells is growing in popularity. Several years ago, it was necessary to travel out of the country to receive this treatment; now there are several hundred locations scattered around the United States. What many people interested in this treatment don’t know is that not all stem […]

What is NAD+ infusion?

July 22, 2019

NAD is short for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+). My staff calls it the “nad” infusion. I was introduced to NAD infusion by Dr. Craig Koniver (www.koniverwellness.com) who has been using nad infusion to various anti-aging purpose along with stem cell therapy. What exactly is NAD? If you’ve taken any biology class in school, you may […]

One Drug I Endorse

June 27, 2019

As a natural health care provider, I am just not a fan of pharmaceutical drugs. In fact, patients showing up at my office while on a bunch of drugs is the biggest challenge to me because they just interfere so much with healing process. But there is one drug I endorse and the drug is […]

New Type of Knee Injection

June 12, 2019

In the past we have been using Hyaluronic acid injections for generative arthritic knees for many years. Some of the brand names of medicine we’ve been using for this purpose are Supartz, Euflexxa, and Hyalgan. Patients often call these injections “rooster comb shot” because they are harvest from comb of chicken. Hyaluronic acid is essentially, […]

PRP: Vampire Facelifts to Vampire Facial

May 31, 2019

Are you curious about your body's own natural ability to enhance your appearance? Did you know the healing therapy, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), that is commonly used in treating injured tissues can also allow for a non-surgical option to aesthetics? You may have heard a lot about the vampire facelift in the news and media. […]

Non-Opioid Treatment Options for Pain Management

May 20, 2019

Do you have existing chronic pain? Has pain relief opioids become something you’re considering? While they may be effective, they do come without risk. The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) reports the U.S is in the middle of a opioid epidemic. There has not been a drastic increase in the amount of pain […]

Stem Cell Treatment May Help Avoid Knee Replacement Surgery

May 13, 2019

Knee pain and injuries are among the most common complaint from most of our patients. There are many causes of knee pain, from cartilage damage to injury to osteoarthritis. Regardless of what is causing the pain, the most important aspect to getting relief is finding the source. Even after the source is identified, often times […]

THC vs CBD Oil

May 6, 2019

Following up on my last letter about CBD oil, I received several emails from patients telling me how they can’t try it because of their religious beliefs. I hope to clear some misunderstanding about CBD oil. Marijuana as we know it contains 104 known chemical compounds. THC, tetrahydrocannabinol, is the main psychoactive compound responsible for […]

That One Time, When I Dealt and Smuggled Drugs

April 28, 2019

My father lived in California when he was dying of pancreatic cancer. As I mentioned in my previous letter, he was in relentless pain 24/7. He would get maybe 30 min of sleep at a time and would wake up saying he would rather die. During one of the hospital visits, I asked the doctor […]

Alex Trebek and My Father

April 8, 2019

Last month, Alex Trebek announced he has stage 4 pancreatic cancer. He posted an upbeat message on his YouTube account saying he will fight it and keep working and with the support of his family and friends and prayers, he plans to beat the low survival rate of the disease. Indeed, if you look up […]

What is Stem Cell Therapy?

April 3, 2019

Stem Cell therapy has become a widely discussed topic over the last few years and is a heavy topic of debate. There is a lot of information as well as misinformation about what stem cell therapy is exactly and the risks vs. the benefits. So, what is Stem Cell Therapy? Let’s start by discussing what […]

Case of Lynn Bertrand

January 28, 2019

It has been more than 20 years since Ms. Lynn Bertrand was diagnosed with ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease. It’s the same type of condition the famed physicist Stephen Hawking suffered. Lynn had been bedridden much of the past 20 years barely able to walk more than a few feet. Her airway collapsed from her […]

Is Stem Cell Therapy Approved by FDA?

January 22, 2019

It’s the question that I get asked everyday. Is PRP approved by FDA? Is P-shot approved by FDA? Is O shot? Vampire facelift? What all these questions mean is, I don’t know what FDA does. First let’s talk about what FDA stands for. Food and Drug administrations. (I am surprised at how many ppl think […]

Can You Hear Me Now?

January 10, 2019

My mother suffered from chronic ear infections for much of her adult life and her hearing has been deteriorating since in her 40s. She’s been wearing hearing aids for the last 10 years and has spent thousands of dollars on high end hearing aids, and let me tell you. They all suck. She can’t never […]

December Was Tough..

January 7, 2019

My mother became very ill with a viral illness, I highly suspect H1N1 influenza or something similar. I knew some 30,000 to 80,000 people annually die from flu, but I had never seen my mother so sick. Running high fever, going in and out of consciousness, all while refusing to go to hospital against my […]

What You Need To Know About Stem Cell Therapy

November 20, 2018

The Benefits of Stem Cell Therapy Stem cell therapy, sometimes known as PRP therapy, is a treatment plan designed to reduce pain and to heal injuries and is usually administered through injection. Stem cell treatment is common for arthritis and injuries to the skeletal and muscular systems (ligaments, tendons, muscles, cartilage, and bones). Pluripotent embryonic […]

Frozen Shoulder: What Is It and What Are Your Treatment Options?

November 20, 2018

If your shoulder is constantly painful and stiff and you’ve experienced a reduction in your shoulder’s range of motion, you are most likely suffering from a condition known as adhesive capsulitis or “frozen shoulder”. Although you may know firsthand what frozen shoulder feels like, you may not know what causes this painful condition; first, some […]

Tips to Stay Healthy This Year

November 20, 2018

June is Men’s Health Month and the start of a yearlong awareness. Protect your health now during the summer and for the rest of the year. Engage in summer activities that are beneficial to all men’s health regardless of age or condition. Review the following tips and exercises to start following this month. Summer Activities […]

Food Allergy Action Month: How to Create an Allergy Action Plan

November 20, 2018

May is Food Allergy Action Month! Traditionally celebrated as Food Allergy Awareness Week since 1998, as of 2015 the month of May has been declared as the Food Allergy Awareness Month by the Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE). The aim is to educate the general public about food allergies and to motivate people to […]

5 Ways to Relieve Knee Pain

November 20, 2018

Knee pain can be a common ailment. This is because knees are the most vulnerable joints that you have. Taking steps to protect them is important. If you are suffering from arthritis, or dealing with knee pain for some other reason, the following tips could help you reduce knee pain in your daily life. Of […]

Car Accident Injuries and Chiropractic Care: How Do They Relate?

November 20, 2018

Car accident injuries tend to have underlying issues that can produce long term chronic pain. Did you know that injuries to your back or neck have the ability to create symptoms that affect other parts of your body? It’s important that your chiropractor can determine the exact cause of the pain for your customized chiropractic […]

Trigger Point Injections: Neck Pain

November 20, 2018

A trigger point injection is a common treatment that is used to relieve neck pain, whether this pain is mild, moderate, or severe in nature. The injections are placed into trigger points along the neck in order to directly attack the cause of the pain. Although there are a myriad of reasons as to why […]

Food Sensitivity Testing: What You Need to Know

November 20, 2018

Don’t make the mistake of assuming all food sensitivities are obvious. While some people have very obvious reactions to specific foods that are difficult to ignore, many signs of food sensitivities are subtle. If you have chronic joint pain, stubborn breakouts, or migraines, the problem may be something you’re eating. What Are Food Sensitivities? It’s […]

Painless Ways to Lose Weight

November 20, 2018

When it comes to losing weight, taking in fewer calories and exercising is the key. However, if you’re desperately trying to squeeze in as many workouts and avoid your favorite foods, it can seem like a long and painful process. Making just a few simple lifestyle changes can help you reach your weight loss goals. […]

5 Ways to Ease Joint Pain this Summer

November 20, 2018

From trips to the beach, to soaking up the sun, there are several reasons to enjoy summer. However, chronic joint pain can put a damper on the season. The extreme change in weather temperature and humidity may trigger joint pain and inflammation, even while taking medication. Here are 5 ways to manage your symptoms this […]

Help Make Migraines Visible

November 20, 2018

As National Migraine and Headache Awareness month, June is the perfect time to to build awareness, educate the public, and reduce the stigma often associated with migraines and other headaches disorders. Unfortunately, migraines are poorly understood, undiagnosed, and undertreated. However, by working together, we can provide hope and help to sufferers. It’s time we help […]

The Dangers of Pain Medications

November 20, 2018

An estimated 52 million Americans take over the counter NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) to alleviate fever symptoms and reduce pain. Most use OTC medication to ease the occasional headache or muscle ache. Although OTC painkillers carry risks, it’s the narcotic painkillers that can be the most harmful, especially when taken incorrectly. Without proper treatment, people […]

Easy Exercises to Relieve Osteoarthritis

November 20, 2018

How to Relieve Osteoarthritis Osteoarthritis (Degenerative Joint Disease) affecting millions of Americans every day are looking for ways to relieve their pain. Osteoarthritis pain occurs when the cartilage has worn away on joint ends. When you’re in pain, exercise can be a daunting thought. Research has shown that building up the muscles around the joints […]

The Link Between Joint Pain and Heart Disease

November 20, 2018

Researchers have found a surprising link between joint pain and heart disease: the inflammation of rheumatoid arthritis. As an autoimmune disease, rheumatoid arthritis attacks joint tissues and causes inflammation of the joint lining. The inflammation then causes the acceleration of clogged arteries and heart disease. In order to reduce risk for heart disease due to […]

International Day of People With Disabilities

November 20, 2018

An estimated one billion people living with disabilities worldwide face many obstacles in their everyday life. Since 1992, International Day of People with Disabilities (IDPwD) has been observed ever year on December 3rd. IDPwD is a United Nations endorsed day that is celebrated globally. The commemoration helps raise awareness about disabilities and draw attention to […]

4 Effective Medical Weight Loss Strategies

November 20, 2018

Overweight Americans account for approximately 69% of the country. With hundreds of fad diets and weight-loss programs that promise quick and easy weight loss, it’s difficult to know what can help you make permanent changes in your lifestyle and overall health. At Campbell Medical Group we feature medically supervised and safe weight loss programs. Our […]

Holiday Health Tips

November 20, 2018

Make It Out This Holiday Season Alive! Hello everyone! It has long been known that the death rate sky rockets during the holiday season. The two main reasons are: car accidents and coronary events such as heart attacks. As for car accidents, there is an increase of drunk driving and the neglect to wear a […]

Campbell Medical Group Moves to a New Office Location!

November 20, 2018

New Office Location Campbell Medical Group is pleased to announce that we have moved to a new office location! We will miss our old office, but we are looking forward to the growth opportunities that our new location will bring. The office will better serve our clients by providing increased visibility, easier access from the […]

Non-Surgical Options for Back Pain Relief

November 20, 2018

If you are considering back surgery, we recommend seeking non-surgical treatment options first to help alleviate your back pain. Our specialists can gently assess your injury and determine the best course of action. Our main goal for managing back pain includes preventing further injury, providing enough pain relief, and maintaining an ability to function at […]

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"Dr. An is great and so is her staff. I saw her about 24 hours after an ankle injury - she recommended PRP injections. Now it's 3 days after the PRP treatment and I'm back to teaching and practicing yoga. I highly recommend Campbell Medical Group." Hope W.
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