Statements made on this website have not all been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Information provided by this website is not a substitute for individual medical advice by your health care provider. Some devices and supplements we use are not specifically FDA approved but instead FDA safety cleared as a device category.
Supplements and newer therapies may have low quality of evidence due to adequately powered randomized controlled trials but have been considered as safe and effective in open clinical efficacy trials, years of use in the health care setting, or used by a speciality group of medical providers. e.g. probiotics or Neurobiofeedback. We are involved in an IRB experimental trial of which would require thorough consent and specific critiera for admission into the study. We thoroughly consent patients who are considering alternative based methods of treatment and will provide the evidence as it currently exists. Due to economic reasons, Ketamine and some other modalities used in our clinic have not undergone FDA Phase 3 randomized controlled trials. However, these therapies including Ketamine have multiple small randomized clinical trials showing efficacy. The safety of Ketamine has been proven elsewhere since it’s use as an anesthetic since the 1970s. Due to the lack of published or peer reviewed activity on homeopathic treatments, we do not offer homeopathic specific alternative treatments.
In our clinic, we may use BAH bioresonance analysis of health. This is a technique based on frequency based electromagnetic waveforms discovered by the physicist Ernst Lecher. This is not an FDA approved or cleared test. BAH has only been proven as efficacious by advanced trained physicians in Europe and the US. However, there are no clearly defined proof of efficacy trials. At this time, BAH training and use of the Lecher is only offered in Europe. When appropriate, we will use labcorp and quest laboratory data, imaging based techniques like MRI, Xray, CT scan, EMG, physical examination and personal medical history.