Midwest Pain Treatment Center

Midwest Pain Treatment Center
Midwest Pain Treatment Center is listed in the Acupuncturist category in Beloit, Wisconsin. Displayed below are the social networks for Midwest Pain Treatment Center which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Midwest Pain Treatment Center on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 74.

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3005 S Riverside Dr
Beloit, WI 53511
(608) 365-6771

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Midwest Acupuncture and Pain Treatment Center shared Dr. Robert J. Rowen's post.
"Scientific Medicine" Busted Again, This Time Over its Crown Jewel - Antibiotics Have you ever been given a course of antibiotics? I think that almost everyone on this page has. Last time I took antibiotics was almost 40 years ago. Would you be surprised to learn that there is NO science behind the commonly used “course” of antibiotics? I am not. I write scant few prescriptions for this class of drugs. (Perhaps one Rx in 2 years). But I do have dynamic alternatives, which enable patients to have their immune systems rise to duty. But the conventional doctor writes for tons of antibiotics. Yet after decades of use, we have a report that there is no science backing a “course” (such as 10 days), and, that completing the commonly prescribed “course” may be detrimental. Here are the surprising key messages from the article in the British Medical Journal. http://www.bmj.com/content/358/bmj.j3418 • Patients are put at unnecessary risk from antibiotic resistance when treatment is given for longer than necessary, not when it is stopped early • For common bacterial infections no evidence exists that stopping antibiotic treatment early increases a patient’s risk of resistant infection • Antibiotics are a precious and finite natural resource which should be conserved by tailoring treatment duration for individual patients • Clinical trials are required to determine the most effective strategies for optimizing duration of antibiotic treatment. • You know that we have had several conventional doctors on this page who have repeatedly ridiculed me for allegedly practicing medicine, which has not been proven out to their “standards”. There still exists on this page a non-physician naysayer who raises the banner of science, publications, and ridicules those opposed to vaccines. Yet here we see, that the cornerstone of modern medicine – antibiotics – has never been properly researched and that current practices are based on hearsay and anecdotal “evidence”. Why is this hearsay and anecdotal “evidence” held in higher regard than my observations? You can see clearly that much of what we call medical “science” is merely nose picking. When I did prescribe antibiotics regularly (before 1985), I was intuitively aware of the problems warned about above. I was one of the first I knew of to limit a “course of antibiotics” for bladder infection to a few days. Even for more significant infections, I had patients stop the drugs when amply recovered rather than take them for the “course” period of time (usually 10 days) for which there was nothing to support that duration in their particular case. All this supports the fact that “medicine” needs to be tailored to the individual, and not the collective. By doing collectivist medicine (10 days of antibiotics, 60 kiddy vaccines, etc.) we may be doing ourselves far more harm than good. And don’t forget that in the 1990s, Hilary was trying to ram this type of cookbook medicine down our throats. I ask the conventional doctors (and the naysayers) who laugh at the unconventional to look in the mirror first after reading this BMJ revelation. And don’t tell me that this report is good because scientific medicine is advancing and we are adapting. Admit first that you are doing/have been doing unproven medicine and that you are the pot calling the kettle black. (For example, one naysayer attacked the Amish man sentenced to jail for selling herbs telling us to look at what he did. I ask, “Did he actually injure anybody? Any evidence for this?” In this BMJ report, we discover that licensed doctors practicing hearsay medicine might be creating excessive risk and harming their patients. Yet, because this is “conventional” they get to skate. She wrote, “Is it my God-given right to take a potentially harmful substance, albeit a "natural" one like arsenic or digitalis, put it in a bottle or tube, put a label on it saying that it cures diseases like cancer, without any proof that it does,” Well, it appears that your “expert” (aka “doctor”) has a “legal” right to give you potentially harmful substances without any proof that it is needed for as long as he prescribes it, and thereby damage you and “civilization” with a shower of intestinal damage and resistance. Some others who have taken the time to educate themselves and rather take care of themselves than rely on “experts” might rather buy herbs from Samuel Girod. I happen to believe that is their God-given Right.) I’ll close by again stating for the record, that medicine is more of an “art” than a “science”. At best, it is an “applied science”. Thank you all for being here.
With little evidence that failing to complete a prescribed antibiotic course contributes to antibiotic resistance, it’s time for policy makers, educators, and doctors to drop this message, argue Martin Llewelyn and colleagues Antibiotics are vital to modern medicine and antibiotic resistance is a gl...

Here is a good article, about coconut oil, and medical research articles in general. There is so much fake news out, especially about nutrition. Too many companies trying to promote their products. Take what you read with a grain of salt.
There is not a single study showing that coconut oil causes heart disease.

Midwest Acupuncture and Pain Treatment Center shared Dr. Robert J. Rowen's post.
""GMOS JUST GOT A LOT MORE FRIGHTENING WITH APPROVAL OF NEW MONSANTO PRODUCT"" Monsanto Raising the GMO Stakes. Toxins Bred Right into Corn via “RNA Interference”. There has been no testing of this at all:::::: Source: http://www.thedailysheeple.com/about#share JULY 13, 2017 | CHRISTINA SARICH | “””””Forget spraying pesticides on your food, now they’ll be genetically engineered to be in your food, thanks to Monsanto’s latest quiet approval via the US Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA just told Monsanto they could go ahead and bypass spraying our crops with carcinogenic chemicals like Round Up and just go ahead and breed them right into the crops themselves. Using a process called RNA interference, Monsanto’s RNAi plant will supposedly kill pesky rootworms when they come along to chomp on them- but what else will these genetically modified crops do to beneficial bugs, the soil, and human health? The EPA has no idea, because they haven’t done a single trial on RNAi-altered crops. Nonetheless, the EPA quietly gave Monsanto a Get-Out-of-Jail-Free card by allowing them to move forward with their genetically modified corn strain. Some are calling this a genetic weapon, in its infancy. Others are concerned that RNAi will have ramifications for the biosphere that – just like all of Monsanto’s other products – don’t come to light for years to come. For instance, the National Honey Bee Advisory Board said in comments submitted to the E.P.A. before a “meeting” in which this controversial genetic technology was to be reviewed, To attempt to use this technology at this current stage of understanding would be more naïve than our use of DDT in the 1950s. While the corn rootworm is one of the most expensive pests in agriculture it is having a hey day because corn – the genetically modified kind – is the number one crop in the U.S. GM corn has taken over thousands of other possible crops we could be growing, in field after field of mono-cropped, industrial agriculturally influenced support of the Standard American Diet – up to 70 percent of which contain corn products (high fructose corn syrup, corn solids, etc.) We also heavily subsidize genetically modified corn to be used not as food, but as a gasoline additive. Ethanol accounts for a few thousand acres of those GM corn crops we’re growing, too. RNAi – Gene Silencing Another big problem with Monsanto getting a green light on this crop is that RNAi is a form of gene silencing. What is true for petunias isn’t necessarily true for people. If we were to silence the gene that makes a pigment in a flower so it can attract bees, for example, this could end up in our own bodies, silencing our own genetic make-up in ways we don’t expect. Regalado, one researcher who helped discover RNAi describes it this way, The cells of plants and animals carry their instructions in the form of DNA. To make a protein, the sequence of genetic letters in each gene gets copied into matching strands of RNA, which then float out of the nucleus to guide the protein-making machinery of the cell. RNA interference, or gene silencing, is a way to destroy specific RNA messages so that a particular protein is not made. Might not an alteration to the foods we eat, also have the possibility of affecting our own DNA? We know now that proteins are even more important than some scientists previously assumed for signaling certain instructions for genes to carry out their intended purpose. The very same institutions studying RNAi will admit that protein alteration can epigenetically create or destroy disease. If Big Ag Giants Monsanto, and Dow (cooperating to make this RNAi corn a reality) continue in their successful attempts to get DvSnf7 corn (to be called SmartStax Pro) into our food supply, we have no idea what mayhem might ensue. Christina Sarich is a staff writer for Waking Times. She is a writer, musician, yogi, and humanitarian with an expansive repertoire. Her thousands of articles can be found all over the Internet, and her insights also appear in magazines as diverse as Weston A. Price, Nexus, Atlantis Rising, and the Cuyamungue Institute, among others. She was recently a featured author in the Journal, “Wise Traditions in Food, Farming, and Healing Arts,” and her commentary on healing, ascension, and human potential inform a large body of the alternative news lexicon. She has been invited to appear on numerous radio shows, including Health Conspiracy Radio, Dr. Gregory Smith’s Show, and dozens more. The second edition of her book, Pharma Sutra, will be released soon.””””” Source: http://www.thedailysheeple.com/about#share
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Midwest Acupuncture and Pain Treatment Center shared Health For All Women's video.
Just put the can down and walk away!! And this does not mention the side effects of the many other horrible ingredients in soda. This and cereals are destroying our health. I am now seeing people in their early 20's with degenerative disc disease. We do not need either in our diet.
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Chickens are a lot of fun, and fresh eggs are so yummy. Time to go back to producing our own backyard food.
Wausau City Council voted Tuesday to allow up to four hens in backyards within city limits.


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