• By Dr David Alan Stomach problems have become a leading health complaint among Americans, especially women. People are popping Tums like candy and take all sorts of pills to cover up their symptoms of heartburn, indigestion, gas and acid reflux. There are better choices. “Certain...

  • The carotid arteries provide a “window” to the coronary arteries and the Carotid Intima-Media Thickness (CIMT). CIMT is a new non-invasive ultrasound test that is being recommended by the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology. N1 Health of Scottsdale is taking advantage...

  • By Dr. Mark Force, DC Headache, referring to pain from the head or neck can be a frustratingly difficult problem to diagnose and treat. The National Institute of Health (NIH) categorizes primary headaches by those being vascular in nature (migraine, toxic, and cluster headaches) and...

  • By Dr. Shawna Eischens Welcome to the beautiful season of Fall-the beginning of football games, all things pumpkin flavored, and the dreaded flu. The 2013/2014 season of influenza has officially started and is expected to be in full force by January/February. Before you run out...

  • By Dr. Shawna Eischens Do you feel like you are a slave to sugar? Notice how your mood is affected by what you consume? Having difficulty losing weight even with a work out routine and moderate portions? Struggling with an addiction? Read on to understand...

  • Call it heartburn, GERD, night coughing, or acid reflux, but likely it is a painful annoyance. The good news is you don’t have to live with this issue, AND you don’t have to take medication for life! The stomach is designed to be an acidic...

  • IBS, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, is the most commonly diagnosed GI ailment, affecting 15 percent of the population–the majority being women. Most people who suffer from IBS will tell you how difficult it is to manage their symptoms, with little to no hope of an actual...

  • Today, doctors, scientists and patients fighting breast cancer are seeing progress in treating and defeating this all-too-common illness: Overall, survival rates are increasing and innovative research continues to refine improvements in treatment, prevention and care. However, in younger women under the age of 40, a...

  • By: Dr. Tricia Pingel, NMD People are terrified to eat fat. Calorie counting, non-fat diets are a craze in the dieting world, but they make no differentiation between calorie sources. In these diets all calories are created equal, but this is a dietary falsehood. Our...

  •   “Some of the things that people come to see me for are GI complaints. Maybe they have bloating after eating, constipation, diarrhea, history of IBS. One of the things that you can do in the alternative medicine world is look at someone’s stool sample...