Jeff Wood, Assistant Director of Sports Medicine for University of Tennessee Athletics, makes a living helping athletes deal with overuse injuries of the shoulder and elbow, low back pain, various muscle strains such as hamstrings, and sprains involving knees, ankles, wrists, etc. Contusions from batted and thrown balls are a common problem, as well as the occasional meniscus tear in the knee and plantar fasciitis. In this article, Jeff shares his journey to find simple effective healing methods, through chiropractic, osteopathy, naturopathy, Chinese Medicine and ultimately homeopathy. Jeff explains why he believes homeopathy is an effective medical paradigm for emergency medicine and for treatment for common illnesses, such as urinary tract infections, diarrhea, colds and flu, croup, and pinkeye.
- Joette Calabrese
A mom. A seasoned homeopath. A committed teacher and guide. Find out more at my website: http://joettecalabrese.com/joette-calabresese-professional/ and http://joettecalabrese.com/personal/
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