Riordan Clinic Videos

Riordan Clinic Videos

As a non-profit organization, the Riordan Clinic continually strives to offer educational opportunities to the public and our own patients (or “co-learners”), teaching people how to avoid and/or heal chronic disease. In this section we offer links to our Riordan Video Gallery on the site and also to our Youtube page where we upload all of our videos. Please enjoy!

 

Exploring Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy

Aging can feel like a race against the clock. But what if the signs of aging have more to do with hormones than time? What are hormones? Why do you need them? What do you do if you don’t have enough of them? Surprisingly, you don’t lose your hormones because you get older, you get older because you lose your hormones. This lecture will explore Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) for women, as well as men. Learn how to look and feel younger, regardless of that ticking clock.
Presenter: Jennifer Kaumeyer, ND
Date: July 17, 2014
Length: 57:29

KUMC IVC Ovarian Cancer Study

Presenter: Garrett Sullivan, MD, KU Program in Integrative Medicine;
Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2012 —–

Dr. Sullivan’s presentation at Riordan Clinic’s 2012 IVC and Cancer Symposium is titled, “Prospective randomized phase I/IIa pilot trial to assess safety when administering high-dose intravenous ascorbate in combination with chemotherapy in newly diagnosed advanced stage ovarian cancer.”
Length: 1:00:25

Life Wounds, IVC and the Doctor-Patient Relationship

Presenter: Michael Bauerschmidt, MD, CCT;
Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2012 —–

Dr. Bauerschmidt presents, “Life Wounds, IVC, and the Doctor-Patient Relationship” begining with a basic tenet, the REDOX Equation, and talks about the four factors in oxidative stress and the supporting science. He goes into the affects of emotional stress and the ways that the doctor-patient relationship can help heal cancer.
Length: 54:36

Live IVC Case Study (by Phone)

Presenter: Case study by Leslie Anes;
Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2012 —–

Leslie’s husband, Josh, was diagnosed with a mediastinal mass with Hodgkin’s lymphoma, after a remission it returned and they sought alternatives. Treated by Dr. William Wassell using the Riordan Clinic IVC protocol for high-dose intravenous vitamin C (IVC).
Length: 10:07

Solid Tumors Behave Like Non-healing Wounds

Presenter: Neil Riordan, PhD
Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2012 —–

In his presentation, Dr Neil Riordan describes how solid tumors behave like non-healing wounds, non-healing wounds lead to cancer and then uses a “banking” analogy to describe how the stem cell bank account can become depleted and nutrients contribute to the stem cell bank account.
Length: 51:36

IVC Case Studies

Presenters: Jennifer Kaumeyer, ND, Riordan Clinic and William Wassell, MD, Central Louisiana Imaging;
Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2012 —–

Dr. Kaumeyer and Dr. Wassell (daughter and father) present case studies on the use of intravenous vitamin C (IVC) with cancer patients and the use of topical vitamin C on basal cell and squamous cell carcinoma. Also presented are the anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties of IVC.
Length: 1:06:47

Panel Discussion, Friday

Panelists: Neil Riordan, Phd; Michael Bauerschmidt, MD; Garrett Sullivan, MD; Jennifer Kaumeyer, ND; William Wassell, MD;
Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2012
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Panelists from Friday give the audience one last chance to ask questions and open a discussion.
Topics touched on: dosages, addition of other nutrients, when to use IVC with chemo, aneuploid cells, which foods are rich in photons, does IVC affect the stem cell, and more…
Lenght: 21:21

Dosing IVC for Cancer Patients (Dr. Levy)

Presenter: Thomas Levy, MD;
Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2012 —–

In this 15 minute presentation, Dr. Levy includes the factors in the administration of intravenous vitamin C, including dose, route, rate, frequency, duration, type, adjunct therapies and overall protocol of administration.
Lenght: 16:46

Dosing IVC for Cancer Patients (Dr. Riar)

Presenter: Manjeet Riar, MD;
Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2012 —–

In this 7 minute presentation, Dr. Riar speaks about the plan he uses to administer IVC to stomach, prostate and lung cancer patients and to brain tumor patients. He talks about dosages, infusion frequency, use in quality of life cases, and gives a case study.
Lenght: 7:01

Dosing IVC for Cancer Patients (Miranda-Massari and Gonzalez)

Presenters: Jorge Miranda Massari, PharmD; and Michael Gonzales, NMD, DSc, PhD;
Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2012 —–

In this 15 minute presentation, Drs. Miranda-Massari and Gonzalez talk about the protocols they follow in using intravenous vitamin C (IVC) with cancer patients. Their protocol uses adaptations of Pauling, Cameron, Murata, Riordan, and more. They talk about systemic saturation and the objectives for difference dosing schedules.
Length: 15:56

Dosing IVC for Cancer Patients, Panel Discussion, Saturday

Panelists: Garrett Sullivan, MD; Jorge Miranda-Massari, PharmD; Manjeet Riar, MD; Michael Gonzalez, NMD, DSc, PhD; Thomas Levy, MD;
Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2012 —–

A panel discussion: What is the Best Way to Dose IVC for Cancer Patients
Length: 31:22

The Dental Link to Cancer

Presenter: Michael Margolis, DDS
Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2012
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Through personal anecdotes and many years of experience in dental health, Dr. Margolis talks about biological dentistry and cancer. His work focuses on the impact that dental toxins and hidden dental infections can have on the patient’s overall health.
Length: 1:25:37

Surviving the Cancer System

Presenter: Mark Fesen, MD
Riordan IVC and Cancer Symposium 2012
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When patient has cancer, they are fighting more than an illness. Dr. Fesen represents mainstream oncology and presents on surviving the cancer “system” from a patient perspective, including how room for therapies like IVC can be integrated into care.
Length: 58:50

IVC and Cancer-Associated Sepsis

Presenter: Jorge Miranda Massari, PharmD & Michael Gonzales, NMD, DSc, PhD
Riordan IVC and Cancer Symposium 2012
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Drs. Miranda Massari and Gonzales break down some research on Vitamin C, Cancer, Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome, and Sepsis.
Length: 32:05

Food-based Macrophage Activating Factor

Presenter: Marco Ruggiero, MD, PhD
Riordan IVC and Cancer Symposium 2012
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From Firenze, Italy, Dr. Ruggiero presents and answers the question, “Can food-based macrophage activating factor help cancer patients?”
Macrophages, key elements of the immune system, function in both innate immunity and adaptive immunity. Dr. Ruggiero explains their role in natural food interventions. A patient testimonial is included toward the end at about 57:00
Length: 1:01:15

Panel Discussion, Saturday

Panelists: Garrett Sullivan, MD; Michael Margolis, DDS; Thomas Levy, Marco Ruggiero, MD; MD; Manjeet Riar, MD; Jorge Miranda Massari, PharmD; & Michael Gonzales, NMD, DSc, PhD
Riordan IVC and Cancer Symposium 2012
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All doctors who presented on Saturday give the audience an opportunity to ask questions and encourage dialogue.
Lenght: 35:25

Review of Anti Cancer Agents

Review of natural, non-toxic, anti cancer agents by Xiaolong Meng, M.D.
Length: 10:52

Many Ways Vitamin C Affects Cancer & Health

For more than 20 years the Riordan Clinic (formerly The Center for Improvement of Human Functioning Intl. Inc.) has been studying the effects of vitamin C in relation to cancer and other diseases. Dr. Riordan presents the latest research data regarding the effectiveness of vitamin C as a therapy for cancer and how it works in three ways.
Hugh D. Riordan, M.D
Length: 46:43

HCG Weight Loss Intervention

During our 40 years of practicing nutrition-based medicine we have long seen the negative impact of obesity-related chronic diseases in our patients. After careful research and consideration, we have discovered a solution that can help individuals lose stubborn fat and improve their overall health and well-being – the Riordan Clinic HCG Weight Loss Intervention. Ready to get started? Click here: Get Started
Length: 1:01:56

The Truth about Prescription vs. Homeopathic HCG

You’ve heard the hype about HCG weight loss, now come and learn the facts from the doctors at the Riordan Clinic. HCG weight-loss programs continue to increase in popularity, but not all programs are created equal. There are critical differences between the HCG you can buy over-the-counter at the health food store and the doctor prescribed HCG we use with the Riordan Clinic program.
The Riordan Clinic HCG Weight Loss Intervention is physician supervised; your health and well-being are our top priority. You’ll be monitored by a registered nurse, receive a blood test to accurately identify any health issues, and most importantly, you’ll receive prescription HCG. Educate yourself on the shortcomings of the do-it-yourself HCG programs you find on the internet.
If you are serious about addressing your weight issues to avoid potential weight-related chronic illness in the future – this video is for you.
Length: 1:02:00

A Physician Supervised Solution for Weight Loss

Looking for a proven weight loss method?
– Lose weight
– Reset your metabolism
– Reduce your risk of developing metabolic syndrome, which includes:
— high cholesterol
— high blood pressure
— high blood sugar
— obesity
One year since introducing our HCG Rx+ program, participants have lost over 2,800 pounds! Our nurse educator and doctors closely monitor each person to help them achieve optimal weight loss using prescription HCG. If you are serious about addressing your weight issues and changing dysfunctional lifelong eating habits to avoid potential weight-related chronic illness in the future—this lecture is for you.
Length: 51:55

What is the History of the HCG Diet?

From the 1950s -1970s, Dr. Albert T. Simeons, a British-born physician, developed a weight loss program that used HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin), a natural hormone that is produced when a woman becomes pregnant. Dr. Simeons reasoned that because HCG utilized the pregnant woman’s own fat reserves to sustain fetal nutrition during periods of maternal food deprivation, it would be possible for a small amount of HCG to be administered daily to non-pregnant women (and also men) to assist in better utilizing unnecessary visceral fat reserves, thereby facilitating rapid weight loss while on a very low calorie diet (VLCD.)

Under Dr. Simeons’ medical supervision, his patients received a subcutaneous injection (into the belly fat area) of HCG daily for a period of 30-40 days. Women on average lost 25-40 pounds and men lost 35-47 lbs, though results varied with each individual. (NOTE: The Riordan Clinic HCG program will use nasal spray, which has been shown to produce identical results without the pain of injection. Sublingual drops or subcutaneous injections are available if medically necessary.)

Dr. Simeons created a research manual, “Pounds and Inches” that focused on the use of HCG as a weight loss solution. He found that HCG alone did not cause weight loss. However, if used in combination with a specific low calorie diet, combined with mild exercise, significant weight loss could occur.
Length: 1:23

Can’t I just take HCG to lose weight?

By itself HCG will not cause weight loss. When you combine HCG with a very-low-calorie-diet, the HCG triggers the access to and release of visceral fat. This sets the HCG Weight Loss Intervention apart from other diet programs that only emphasis calorie restriction.

Is this a Starvation Diet?

If you weren’t accessing and burning your visceral fat stores, because of the use of HCG, it would not be a healthy program. Because you are accessing your visceral fat stores your body has all the calories and energy it needs.

HCG: How does this diet access visceral fat?

The key to accessing visceral fat is HCG. HCG changes the metabolic process so visceral fat is accessed and burned; that is what sets it apart from other weight loss programs.

HCG: Why is visceral fat so hard to get rid of?

Visceral fat is the fat that develops deep inside your body and surrounds your internal organs; it can feel like it’s a “one way” deposit. It is centered in your abdominal area and is harder to lose than the regular fat, which lies just beneath your skin. You need to lose visceral fat because it is closely linked to diseases such as: diabetes, heart attacks, strokes, and high cholesterol.

HCG: What is visceral fat?

Visceral fat is different from other body fat. Visceral fat, also called intra-abdominal fat, refers to the fat that surrounds the internal organs. Studies have shown that those with visceral fat are more susceptible to heart disease, stroke, diabetes and hypertension. Sedentary people, smokers and drinkers have been shown to have more intra-abdominal fat, or visceral fat, than active people who are non-smokers and non-drinkers. Stress may also be a factor in the storage of visceral fat on the body.

HCG: Why is this diet important?

The Riordan Clinic Weight Loss Intervention is not just about weight loss. Because it accesses visceral fat and resets your hypothalamus, it creates sustainable weight loss. We think of it as a lifestyle renewal program. Considering the risk of obesity related diseases, taking action to improve your health is vital to your future wellbeing.

How does HCG work?

First identified as a hormone released by the body of pregnant women, HCG metabolizes fat for energy for both the mother and the maturing fetus. Dr. Simeon discovered that in prescribed doses HCG offers the same rapid fat-burning benefits to both men and women trying to lose weight.
The presence of HCG does NOT “trick” your body into thinking it is pregnant. Dr. Simeons believed that HCG acted in a manner that reset the brain’s “set point” (located in the hypothalamus.) Each day, while using HCG with a 500 calorie diet, this “reset-action” mobilizes several thousand calories of fat from the body’s visceral fat reserves, which are normally resistant to calorie burning.
This program does not produce metabolic slowing, because the daily quota of calories needed are being met from visceral fat reserves. Protein, healthy carbs, and vitamins are provided by the 500 calorie diet plus a specially designed vitamin program used in conjunction with the HCG nasal spray. There is no malnutrition. Program participants look and feel healthy while on the program.

What is HCG?

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) is a hormone naturally produced by the body. It increases your body’s ability to metabolize fat for energy, among many other needs.

What do you do when you’re hit with the big C?

Carol R., 63, Retired Teacher-

Follow the journey of a Riordan Clinic cancer patient and share in her story of hope and recovery. Visit the link below to read more about how High-Dose IV Vitamin C, as a Riordan Clinic therapy, is a powerful agent in selectively fighting cancer cells.

IV Nutrition Therapy

Something isn’t right!

Nina, 4 years old-

Follow the journey of Nina and her parents as they work with the Riordan Clinic to overcome Nina’s issues. Share in their inspirational story. Visit the link below to read more about Food Sensitivity as a Riordan Clinic therapy.

Food Sensitivity Therapy

It’s hard to breathe!

Mallory, 20, Student-

Follow the journey of a Riordan Clinic patient with severe asthma as she shares her story about how our Infraspinatus Respiratory Reflex Injection therapy has changed her life. Visit the link below to learn more about our Infraspinatus Respiratory Reflex Injection therapy.

Respiratory Reflex Therapy

It hurts in my joints!

Robert A., 77, Retired Businessman-

Follow the journey of a Riordan Clinic arthritis patient whose quality of life has been improved for the last 23 years based on the treatment he received here. Share in his inspiring story of health, hope and healing.

My spirit is young…but my body wouldn’t cooperate!

Krista J., 38, Mother of 4-

Follow the journey of Krista as she describes her life before and her life after seeking and receiving treatment and nutritional guidance at the Riordan Clinic to help fight the effects of fibromyalgia and rheumatoid arthritis.

Paindemic: A Holistic Look at How to Manage Chronic Pain

Author and speaker, Dr. Melissa Cady will provide insight on how our current medical system addresses chronic pain and what needs to change.

Dr. Cady, author of PAINDEMIC ®, is a physician trained in an osteopathic medical school followed by allopathic training in general surgery, internal medicine, anesthesiology, and pain medicine. Dr. Cady is currently board-certified in anesthesiology and fellowship-trained with a board certification in pain medicine. Prior to medical school, she worked as a personal trainer and aided physical therapists. A native Texan, Dr. Cady currently practices anesthesiology in Austin, Texas.

Chronic pain is an issue that is near and dear to Dr. Cady, not just as a physician, but as a patient as well. Her own pain experiences in combination with her diverse medical background has equipped her with a set of skills and invaluable perspective. That knowledge has enabled her to manage her own pain more effectively without the need for medications, injections, or surgery.

Known as the “Challenge Doctor,” Dr. Cady is driven to champion the cause of living the antiPAIN Lifestyle and minimizing the current PAINDEMIC ® that is so rampant today.

Presenter: Melissa Cady, DO
Date: September 21, 2016
Length: 56:29

Molecular Basis of Depression & Anxiety

Dr. Ron Hunninghake and Dr. Anne Zauderer discuss how your mood and emotions are influenced by a process in the body called methylation. Also discussed is how the power of the right nutrients in the right doses can have a profound impact on this process and improve how you feel.

To read more about the connection between your body’s biochemical make up and anxiety/depression please read the November 2016 issue of our Health Hunters newsletter.

Presenter: Anne Zauderer, DC and Ron Hunninghake, MD
Date: November 16, 2016
Length: 1:11:18

Q&A – IVC & Chronic Illness Symposium

Question and Answer session from the final day of the IVC and Chronic Illness Symposium held October 13th – 15th, 2016 in Wichita, Kansas. To buy the complete set of videos, please visit IVCandCancer.org.

Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, MD and Thomas Levy, MD, JD
Date: October 15, 2016
Length: 58:29

Vitamin C and Cancer

Dr. Riordan shares what we have learned in 29 years of administering high dose vitamin C to people with cancer and viral ailments. Learn the latest in how nutrients affect gene expression.
Date: September 15, 2011
Length: 44:10

Do Antioxidants Help or Hinder Chemotherapy and Radiation?

Intravenous vitamin C has been successfully used at The Center for over 20 years as adjunctive care for cancer patients. The National Institute of Health has published research replicating The Center’s demonstration that high doses of vitamin C are selectively toxic to tumor cells. This presentation explains the scientific mechanism underlying this effect and shows you how to further enhance its effectiveness with special doses of oral supplements. Presented by Glen Hyland, MD.
Date: February 3, 2012
Length: 51:14

Is a Healthy Diet Always a Fat Loss Diet?

Lunch & Lecture – How should you eat to lose weight? Let’s change our thinking around diet and weight loss… Not all healthy diets will make us lose weight. So what do we do? Find out from Dr. Kaumeyer!
Presenter: Jennifer Kaumeyer, ND
Date: May 8, 2014
Length: 52:52

Tired? Could it be your Thyroid?

A quick internet search for the causes of fatigue almost always brings up LOW THYROID. A trip to the doctor with this information in hand generally results in the following lab test: TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone). All too often, to the surprise and disappointment of the patient, the word comes back: “Your thyroid is normal.” BUT IS IT? Dr. Ron Hunninghake, after 25 years of focusing on thyroid health issues, has found a “missing piece” to this puzzle that answers the question: If my thyroid is “normal” why do I feel so bad?!
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
Date: January 16, 2014
Length: 59:01

Optimization of Vitamin C and Antioxidant Therapy

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2009 Presenter: Thomas Levy, M.D. – Dr. Levy talks about the nutrient/toxin relationship and the role electron depletion and donation have in regard to vitality, health, and illness. The Riordan Clinic is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization focused on orthomolecular medicine, health education and health research. To learn more about the Riordan Clinic or to make a donation, please visit http://www.riordanclinic.org
Date: October 3, 2009
Length: 94:54
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Conquering the Super Bugs

The overuse of antibiotics creates germs that are antibiotic-resistant, leading to potentially serious health issues. We cannot rely on antibiotics alone to treat our ailments. Join us and learn how to enhance your immunity at home through supplementation, diet, and lifestyle to prevent the “Super Bugs” from invading your family.
Presenter: Dr. Jennifer Kaumeyer, N.D.
Date: November 14, 2013
Length: 48:18

Bioidentical Hormones: Are they Safe?

Dr. Ron sheds light on what appears to be a blatant incongruity: how can something that is so life enhancing in our youth be so potentially dangerous in our elder years? How can Hormone Replacement Therapy, which is practiced in many other areas of medicine, turn sinister when certain hormones are replaced in aging women and men? Delve into the scientific research that led to current fears and learn about the new standards of a more ideal hormonal replacement methodology that may abate the risks of cancer while providing the healthful benefits that we enjoyed in our youth.
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake M.D.
Date: July 11, 2013
Length: 54:26

Wheat Belly: An Unintended Consequence

Is wheat really that bad for you? Don’t we need those “healthy whole grains” that are so often recommended? The answer is NO. In fact, the “wheat” that is used in much of our foods today is very different from that of our ancestors…and it is taking a toll on our health. In this lecture, Dr. Ron discusses the unintended consequence of our genetically modified wheat and why it may be important to live a gluten free/wheat free way of life.
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake M.D.
Date: May 16, 2013
Length: 46:57

Epigenetics: Modern Day Lifestyle and Your DNA

Can we make lifestyle choices that will influence our genetic code — and that of our children? YES! Environmental factors can alter the way our genes are expressed. Join Dr. Ron Hunninghake and Dr. Anne Zauderer as they discuss this emerging field of scientific research that shows how our environment and dietary choices can affect our biological legacy. Ron Hunninghake, M.D. and Anne Zauderer, D.C.
Date: April 11, 2013
Length: 55:32
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Wheezing and Sneezing: Natural Treatments for Allergies and Asthma

Do allergies and asthma keep you from enjoying special activities? Do you hope to one day not rely on allergy medications? Dr. Jennifer Kaumeyer discusses how an unhealthy gut can cause allergies. Plus, learn about the most important dietary and supplemental treatments that you can start implementing right away to keep you healthy and happy during allergy season!
Presenter: Jennifer Kaumeyer N.D.
Date: March 14, 2013
Length: 43:21

Managing Arthritis Pain

Do you wake up in the morning with stiff, achy joints? Does arthritis run in your family? This chronic condition, affecting almost ¼ of the adults in the United States, can be very debilitating and a source of great discomfort. All four of our Riordan Clinic doctors, each with a unique background, discuss the connection between your arthritis symptoms and the balance of inflammation within your body. They provide you with healthy solutions, including nutrition and supplements, improving your biomechanics with chiropractic care, lifestyle changes, and therapies offered right here at the Riordan Clinic to ease the aches and the immobility that arthritis can cause.
Presenters: Ron Hunninghake, M.D.; Jennifer Kaumeyer, N.D.; Anne Zauderer, D.C.; Charles Hinshaw, M.D.
Date: February 14, 2013
Length: 54:42

The Super Probiotic

Have doctors discovered a “Super Probiotic” that has been shown, in the treatment of cancer and other chronic diseases, to have positive effects, such as regulating the immune system, reducing the side-effects of traditional therapies, reducing inflammation, and counteracting nutritional deficiencies? Listen as Dr. Ron unfolds the science behind this new “medical food” and what it may mean to those who suffer from chronic illness.
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake M.D.
Date: January 24, 2013
Length: 57:22

Folk Remedies

Folk remedies (or home remedies) are commonly found in all cultures. Some are bizarre, though most are very practical and have stood the test of time. Why do people continue to rely on what the medical profession often describes as “non-evidence-based” therapies? Do they really do something medically or are they all just placebo? Do folk remedies reveal something about the body’s ability to heal that is largely ignored by modern technological medicine? Dr. Ron speaks about an array of common folk remedies and asks key questions to help the audience decide for themselves whether or not to make good use of safe folk remedies.
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
Date: December 13, 2012
Length: 59:12

What is Naturopathic Medicine?

Are you tired of feeling miserable? Are you sick of being sick? Are you ready to find what the underlying cause is, fix the problem, and move on with your life feeling good? Then Naturopathic Medicine may be able to help you! Naturopathic Medicine is a blend of modern, scientific knowledge with traditional and natural forms of medicine. Join Dr. Kaumeyer to learn more about this holistic approach to medicine.
Presenter: Jennifer Kaumeyer, N.D.
Date: November 8, 2012
Length: 55:31

Managing the Underlying Causes of ADD/ADHD Without Medication

Why do children these days seem “disconnected” from their environment? What has changed in our world and in children’s brains to cause an epidemic neurodevelopmental disorders? Listen as Dr. Anne speaks on the root cause of ADD/ADHD and other neurodevelopmental disorders and how to manage them without medication.
Presenter: Anne Zauderer, D.C.
Date: November 1, 2012
Length: 50:21

The Case Against Community Water Fluoridation

Does fluoride reduce tooth decay? Is it a harmful addition to our water supply? What are the risks to your family when drinking fluoridated water? These are all questions that have been in the thoughts of many Wichitans recently as the date approaches when citizens can cast their vote and decide whether or not to fluoridate the water supply. This is not only a subject for Wichita, but effects many other communities across the country. The world’s leading expert on fluoride toxicity, Dr. Connett has spent the past 16 years researching the effects of fluoride on human health and the environment. He is the Executive Director of Fluoride Action Network (FAN)… a non-profit coalition of citizens and scientists working to broaden awareness about the toxicity of fluoride compounds and the harmful consequences of Community Water Fluoridation. Dr. Connett is the co-author of “The Case Against Fluoride: How Hazardous Waste Ended Up in Our Drinking Water and the Bad Science and Powerful Politics That Keep It There” (2010). He holds a B.A. in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University, England, and a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Dartmouth College. Dr. Connett is retired from his full professorship at St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY, where he taught environmental chemistry and toxicology for 23 years.
Presenter: Dr. Paul Connett
Date: October 29, 2012
Length: 59:20

Lights Out: Sleep is Still the Best Medicine

Circadian rhythm disorders are disruptions in a person’s “internal body clock”. Circadian rhythm disorders can be caused by many factors, including: shift work, pregnancy, time zone changes, medications, and changes in routine. Dr. Hinshaw discusses the link between circadian rhythms and the clear patterns of biological activities linked to this daily cycle.
Presenter: Charles T. Hinshaw, M.D.
Date: October 11, 2012
Length: 56:23

Aging Gracefully: Want to Postpone Your Expiration Date?

As the aging population grows, the medical community becomes more involved in the science of aging and more adept at treating and helping to prevent various conditions. In 2007-2009, the most frequently occurring conditions among older persons were: uncontrolled hypertension (34%), diagnosed arthritis (50%), all types of heart disease (32%), any cancer (23%), diabetes (19%), and sinusitis (14%). So, what happens to our bodies during the aging process? How can we actively delay the process our body goes through as we age? Dr. Hinshaw discusses the causes of aging, changes in the aging body, and gives approaches to help you postpone the aging process.
Presenter: Charles T. Hinshaw, M.D.
Date: September 16, 2012
Length: 58:19

16 Correctable Causes of Chronic Illness

Twice a year the Riordan Clinic sponsors a community lecture and an opportunity for non-patients to test their key nutrient levels at a deep discount during our semi-annual Check Your Health event. This year Dr. Ron Hunninghake, Chief Medical Officer of the Riordan Clinic, discusses the Riordan triangle diagram of Correctable Causes of Chronic Illness. By improving your nutrient status, you address one of the more important causes of chronic illness. Dr. Ron presents an overview of this innovative approach to chronic illness – especially pertinent to anyone who continues to suffer with chronic symptoms which may have been diagnosed, but for which no therapy has yet brought relief.
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
Date: September 13, 2012
Length: 55:56

The Truth about Fluoride

Does fluoride reduce tooth decay? Is it a harmful addition to our water supply? What are the risks to your family when drinking fluoridated water? These are all questions that have been in the thoughts of many Wichitans recently as the city ponders the decision of whether or not to fluoridate the water supply. This is not only a subject for Wichita, but effects many other communities across the country. Dr. Hinshaw will address these questions and more as he discusses this headline topic.
Presenter: Dr. Charles Hinshaw, M.D.
Date: August 28, 2012
Length: 60:08

Natural Solutions to Infertility

Over the past few decades, infertility issues have increased dramatically in our country. According to 2002 CDC statistics, 7.3 million or 11.8% of women of childbearing age were shown to have received some sort of infertility services. How can this diagnosis be treated without aggressive prescription drugs? The natural approach to fertility has been very successful, largely because fertility is multi-factorial, meaning that there are many elements that can be at the root of your fertility problems. In this lecture, Dr. Kaumeyer will explore treating infertility naturally with proper diet, specific herbals, and supplements.
Presenter: Dr. Jennifer Kaumeyer, N.D.
Date: August 16, 2012
Length: 52:57

Using Light as a Natural Antibiotic

When medicines have failed, this therapy has helped thousands! Early this year, the Riordan Clinic introduced a safe and natural therapy called Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation (UBI). This is a closed-loop system that safely exposes a small amount of the patient’s blood to germicidal ultraviolet light rays. Blood-borne pathogens in the light-treated blood are killed or inactivated. These neutralized pathogens then act as antigens which trigger a natural vaccination-like response by the patient’s own immune system. In essence, ultraviolet light used in this way helps the body create its own antibiotic response to any chronic infection the patient may be harboring. Our patients have already reported many great successes with this therapy. The Riordan Clinic notes a number of non-infectious conditions that UBI may also be used for with significant benefits.
Presenter: Dr. Ron Hunninghake
Date: July 12, 2012
Length: 48:46

The Thyroid Link to Potbelly Syndrome

Potbelly Syndrome now affects 2/3 of Americans. All kinds of weight loss efforts are tried and partially succeed, but 90% of those efforts result in the regain of weight. Why such dismal statistics? A new theory of causation now blames a germ that is triggering chronic inflammation and disruption of the thyroid function. Come and find out how you can improve thyroid function and overcome the germ that is triggering the Potbelly Syndrome.
Presenters: Ron Hunninghake, MD
Date: May 10, 2012
Length: 75:29

Exercise, an Invididual Choice. Learn to Love It!

We all know that exercise is essential for good health. People who are active live longer and feel better. Exercise can help you maintain a healthy weight and can delay or prevent disease. But why is it so hard for some to stick with it? The key is to find the right exercise for you. If it is fun, you are more likely to stay motivated. We have put together a panel of experts to give you the chance to learn about a wide variety of exercise choices. These professionals interact with the audience as they discuss the various forms of their exercise and the benefits you can expect.
Presenters: Jennifer Kaumeyer, ND; Holly Philips – Personal Fitness and Running Trainer, YMCA; Adrian Tarler — Owner, Siva Power Yoga; Jake Fox — Martial Arts Experts, Fox Fitness
Date: April 12, 2012
Length: 60:09

Are Organic Foods Healthier For You?

What does “organic” mean? What is the difference between “organic” and “natural”? How do I know if something is organic? Is organic food more nutritious for you than conventional food? This topic can be confusing with so many different kinds of labels we see on our food. We all want to make the best food choices we can for ourselves and our family. Dr. Ron and special guest, Matt Murray from Green Acres Market, will discuss the above questions and more. Plus, you will have the opportunity to ask your own questions to finally get the answers you have been looking for about organic foods.
Presenter: Dr. Ron Hunninghake
Date: March 1, 2012
Length: 62:40

Cultivating Healthy Relationships

What is a healthy relationship? Why are healthy relationships good for our health? Do unhealthy relationships make us sick? Dr. Ron takes on the challenge of discussing relationships. He doesn’t limit this discussion to LOVE, but looks at all kinds of relationships—those you choose and those that you don’t.
Presenter: Dr. Ron Hunninghake and Meg Fuson, R.N.
Date: February 9, 2012
Length: 54:42

HCG Rx+: A Physician Supervised Solution for Weight Loss

Looking for a proven weight loss method? – Lose weight – Reset your metabolism – Reduce your risk of developing metabolic syndrome, which includes: — high cholesterol — high blood pressure — high blood sugar — obesity One year since introducing our HCG Rx+ program, participants have lost over 2,800 pounds! Our nurse educator and doctors closely monitor each person to help them achieve optimal weight loss using prescription HCG. If you are serious about addressing your weight issues and changing dysfunctional lifelong eating habits to avoid potential weight-related chronic illness in the future—this lecture is for you.
Presenters: Ron Hunninghake, M.D and Meg Fuson, R.N.
Date: January 12, 2012
Length: 51:56

Check Your Health—Results

Riordan Clinic doctors will answer your questions and discuss laboratory results from the September “Check Your Health” event. You can participate in the lecture in two ways: 1. Bring your “Check Your Health” test results to the lecture and follow along as the doctors offer an explanation for some of the key measurements. 2. If you didn’t take part in the event but want to learn more, we will provide you sample test results to use as a learning tool during the lecture. Follow along with the doctor’s comments. “Check Your Health” tests results provide a guide to supplementation and diet to optimize your health. Come to this lecture to learn how you can benefit.
Presenter: Dr. Ron Hunninghake, Dr. Jennifer Kaumeyer, and Dr. Charles Hinshaw
Date: October 27, 2011
Length: 55:12

Balancing Hormones for the Natural Treatment of PMS and Other Female Disorders

Looking for natural relief for the imbalance of hormones, such as progesterone and estrogen? PMS, menopause, certain cancers, and other female disorders are all linked to our hormones, and the effects of an imbalance can wreak havoc on our lives. In this lecture, learn the proper fluctuation of the female hormone cycle and why imbalances lead to certain symptoms. Dr. Kaumeyer will teach you how certain deficiencies and excesses can lead to improper balance of your hormones. You will leave this talk with a better understanding of your body and how to start balancing your hormones naturally. Having proper hormone balance is especially important for prevention of breast, uterine and ovarian cancers.
Presenter: Dr. Jennifer Kaumeyer
Date: October 13, 2011
Length: 59:47

The Importance of Nutritional Testing

Don’t be left in the dark about your health status. Come to this important lecture and learn how our specialized nutrient testing that can benefit you. Mainstream medicine does not normally test for vitamin, mineral and other nutrient deficiencies. Nutrient deficiencies have been shown to suppress immune system function, which leads to chronic disease. The 36 year Riordan Clinic history is built on nutrient testing to measure your individual biochemical status. People with degenerative diseases can still receive benefits from our nutritional panels. By increasing nutrients to optimal levels, a better response to treatment may occur.
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, M.D., Jennifer Kaumeyer N.D., Charles Hinshaw, M.D.
Date: September 15, 2011
Length: 51:03

Enhancing Your Health with IV Nutrition

The foundation of better health is better nutrition. Your body’s cells depend upon nutrients to fuel their energyproducing biochemistry, and those who are active may need additional vitamins and nutrients to maintain health. Dr. Kaumeyer will speak to the importance of giving our bodies the key nutrients they need through intravenous (IV) nutrition and how it helps everyone from the busy mom to the hard-core athlete. The Riordan Clinic has pioneered the use of intravenous nutrients for the past 35 years. IV nutrition is the fastest way available to replenish chronically depleted nutrient reserves. It can be used to correct deficiencies, enhance immune function, increase energy and assist in maintaining health. Elaborating on her IV nutrition article in this newsletter, Dr. Kaumeyer will discuss the most common vitamin and mineral deficiencies, the bodily processes in which each vitamin and mineral is involved, pathologies that could arise with the deficiency, and how to prevent and treat deficiencies with IV nutrition. Everyone, no matter your health status, can benefit from IV nutrition. If you are interested in improving your health and well-being, don’t miss this informative lecture!
Presenter: Dr. Jennifer Kaumeyer
Date: August 11, 2011
Length: 61:41

HCG Weight-Loss – The Truth about Prescription vs. Homeopathic HCG

You’ve heard the hype about HCG weight-loss, now come and learn the facts from the doctors at the Riordan Clinic. HCG weight-loss programs continue to increase in popularity, but not all programs are created equal. There are critical differences between the HCG you can buy over-the-counter at the health food store and the doctor prescribed HCG we use with the Riordan Clinic program. The Riordan Clinic HCG Weight-Loss Intervention is physician supervised; your health and wellbeing are our top priority. You’ll be monitored by a registered nurse, receive a blood test to accurately identify any health issues, and most importantly, you’ll receive prescription HCG. Educate yourself on the shortcomings of the do-it-yourself HCG programs you find on the internet. If you are serious about addressing your weight issues to avoid potential weight-related chronic illness in the future – this video is for you.
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
Date: May 10, 2011
Length: 62:01

The Danger of Food Additives

Thousands of synthetic chemicals are added to foods for a variety of reasons, including taste and appearance. Although well-intentioned, additives can have serious health consequences. The human body is not meant to process synthetic food additives, thus it can lead to chronic health problems. What can we do?
Presenter: Jennifer Kaumeyer, N.D.
Date: April 14, 2011
Length: 55:52

Naturopathic Medicine: Healing the Body Naturally

Dr. Jennifer Kaumeyer discusses the use of diet, exercise, lifestyle changes, and cutting-edge natural therapies to enhance the body’s ability to ward off and combat disease. She also reviews the six foundation principles of Naturopathic Medicine: first do no harm, let nature heal, identify and treat causes, educate patients, treat the whole person, and prevent illness as it relates to treatment modalities.
Presenter: Jennifer Kaumeyer, N.D.
Date: March 31, 2011
Length: 49:46

Overcoming Fibromyalgia

Over the last 20 years, Dr. Ron has successfully treated hundreds of fibromyalgia patients using The Riordan Approach. The pain, fatigue, and complexity of fibromyalgia have not yielded to conventional medicine’s symptom treatment approach, leaving chronic sufferers helpless and hopeless. Learn a systematic way to overcome fibromyalgia and “get your life back” too.
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
Date: June 25, 2009
Length: 60:21

How Vitamin C Fights Cancer

Vitamin C is commonly understood to be an antioxidant. The National Institutes of Health has replicated research done at The Center for the Improvement of Human Functioning which shows that very high blood levels of vitamin C can act as a pro-drug that forms hydrogen peroxide at doses lethal to cancer cells. This pro-oxidant effect is best achieved by intravenous administration of vitamin C. New findings suggest that high oral doses of vitamin C used in conjunction with “redox cyclers” may support and enhance the effect of IVC against cancer.
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
Date: June 26, 2008
Length: 56:49

Understanding How Nutrition Fits Us Today

Nutrition is often forgotten in our fast paced lifestyles of today’s world. The dietary intake of most Americans is less than optimal. Learn about the importance of nutrition and how The Center addresses the uniqueness of each individual as you gain an understanding of how nutrition fits us today.
Presenter: Rebecca Kirby, M.D., M.S., R.D.
Date: May 3, 2007
Length: 54:08

Taking Care of Yourself; Getting the Stress Out

Minimize the detrimental effects of stress and live well. Taking care of everybody else requires taking care of you first. Join us and learn how to optimize the living of a long, happy and healthy life. We’ll talk about stress, sleep, depression, diet, inactivity and more.
Presenter: Rebecca Kirby, M.D., M.S., R.D.
Date: August 17, 2006
Length: 52:14

How Chelation Works to Improve Circulation

Chelation is a medical treatment involving the infusion of a special amino acid called EDTA into the blood stream with the intent of removing harmful metals, such as lead, cadmium, and aluminum. Removing these metals from the walls of arteries has been shown to improve their flexibility and diameter, thus resulting in better circulation. Watch this video and find out how chelation can help overcome the many diseases caused by poor circulation.
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
Date: September 20, 2007
Length: 59:42

What Really Causes Cancer (and What You Can Do to Prevent It)

Our fear of cancer is based upon the fear of the unknown and the prediction of doom that we give it. Through a better understanding of the underlying mechanisms that cause normal cells to become cancerous, we can achieve three positive results: 1) transform fear into rational action; 2) reduce cancer risk through behavioral changes that address these mechanisms; and 3) effectively treat the disease of cancer with oxidative strategies that make sense from both a conventional and an alternative perspective.
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
Date: January 7, 2008
Length: 59:19

 

 

Oxidants and Antioxidants: The Battle for Our Body

Free radicals, or oxidants, are responsible for many diseases and may have a role in the aging process. This lecture will explain what free radicals are, how they harm us, and how we can reduce their harmful effects.
Presenter: James A. Jackson, MT (ASCP). Ph.D.
Date: February 7, 2008
Length: 57:15

Purifying Your Space: Strategies for Detoxification and Healing

Daily we are bombarded by toxins in today’s world. Dr. Sullivan explores and discusses strategies on how to restore and maintain balance, harmony, and health by cleansing your body of poisons-those we take in and those our own bodies create-plus the nutrients we need to get the job done. Discover this wonderful information by simply watching this presentation.
Presenter: Garrett Sullivan, M.D.
Date: July 2, 2009
Length: 58:49

Declining Food Quality and Efforts to Improve It

Recent research at The Center and elsewhere shows declines in some nutrients during the last half century in vegetables, fruit, and wheat. There is growing evidence that organic farming methods may improve the nutrient content. Dr. Davis highlights the facts on food quality as presented at the national symposium.
Presenter: Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
Date: March 23, 2006
Length: 55:51

Help Kids Stay Drug Free: Alternatives to Psychiatric Medications That Work for Kids

Dr. Braud discusses how psychiatric assessments are performed, reviews common diagnoses given to children and teens, and provides valuable information about other approaches that can limit or eliminate the use of psychiatric medications for young people.
Presenter: Mary Braud, M.D.
Date: February 14, 2008
Length: 59:27

Avoid Mental Decline

What are the risk factors for dementia and the best ways to prevent it? Whether you simply want to stay sharp or you want to circumvent a family risk for dementia, research shows biochemical, medical, lifestyle, and social factors make a difference.
Presenter: Rebecca Kirby, M.D., M.S., R.D.
Date: July 31, 2008
Length: 58:55

Eating Low on The Glycemic List for Better Health, Weight Loss, and a Healthier You

Learn how to eat to manage blood sugar, weight, inflammation, and more. Not all carbohydrates are created equal. Learn about the Glycemic Index and how it can work for you.
Presenter: Rebecca Kirby, M.D., M.S., R.D.
Date: October 25, 2007
Length: 59:17

Aging Bones

Bones undergo constant remodeling. Mineral density of bones naturally declines with age. There is a lot more to healthy bones than just calcium and vitamin D. Learn the whole story for maintaining healthy bones and reducing your risk of fractures.
Presenter: Rebecca Kirby, M.D., M.S., R.D.
Date: February 8, 2007
Length: 56:12

Lose Weight and Control Prediabetes with the Unique Power of PGX

The University of Toronto has developed a new and completely natural super fiber that lowers the glycemic index of anything you eat, reduces insulin resistance, restores healthy gut flora, controls appetite, and facilitates the loss of body fat. Learn more about the unique properties of PGX.
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
Date: April 24, 2008
Length: 55:42

The Center’s Approach to Relieving Arthritis

This panel discussion with doctors from The Center features how The Center has successfully helped co-learners with arthritis.
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, M.D., Rebecca Kirby, M.D.,M.S., R.D. and Chad Krier, N.D., D.C.
Date: February 10, 2005
Length: 52:27

What Really Causes Asthma (and What You Can Do to Treat It)

Molds, pollens, air pollution, dust, and many other allergens are thought to be the causes of asthma. This is incorrect thinking. The real cause is a fundamental imbalance in the asthma patient’s inflammatory system that can be corrected…in both an immediate and long-term way. Find out how. (Dr. Ron demonstrates the infraspinatus respiratory reflex injection technique that resolves the immediate cause of asthma.)
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
Date: March 8, 2008
Length: 57:24

Squeezing the Stuffiness Out of Sinuses

Sinus congestion got you bogged down? Learn about the underlying causes of this problem and explore the use of homeopathy, botanical medicine, and nutrition as treatments. Be prepared to let your fingers do the walking as Dr. Krier introduces us to a hands on technique for relieving sinus pressure. Combining Chiropractic and Naturopathic medicine, this lecture will teach you how to effectively relieve upper respiratory congestion.
Presenter: Chad Krier, N.D., D.C.
Date: August 23, 2007
Length: 59:45

Thyroid Supporters: The Botanical and Nutriceutical Approach to Thyroid Support

Learn about the nutrient team approach for supporting healthy thyroid functioning. Herbal approaches for controlling thyroid medicine reactions are also be discussed.
Presenter: Chad Krier, N.D., D.C.
Date: February 21, 2008
Length: 54:43

Migraines: Prevention and Natural Treatments

Migraines are typically throbbing, one-sided headaches, usually with nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light and noise. If you or a friend are among the 10 percent to 15 precent of Americans who suffer migraines, learn about many natural ways to prevent or greatly diminish these debilitating headaches, without the side effects and cost of commonly used drugs.
Presenter: Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
Date: May 1, 2008
Length: 49:02

Improve Your Cholesterol Profile Naturally

In addition to exercise and improving your diet, there is a growing body of evidence that supports non-pharmaceutical compounds to lower LDL cholesterol and improve HDL cholesterol and lower triglycerides. Learn more about what natural products may be helpful (and we may just mention some important dietary factors as well).
Presenter: Rebecca Kirby, M.D., M.S., R.D.
Date: January 31, 2008
Length: 55:25

Understanding Food Labels

Food packages often beckon with bold names, appealing graphics, and glowing descriptions. But the small print is usually more informative. With examples of common foods, we show simple ways to make the best use of ingredient lists and Nutrition Facts labels.
Presenter: Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
Date: April 12, 2008
Length: 58:20

What Children Really Need

Research in brain development now clearly shows the need we all have for compassionate connection for optimal growth and health. As a society, we fall short in providing this for children. Find out why we should learn to do so and how to start overcoming the barriers that can stand in the way.
Presenter: Mary Braud, M.D.
Date: October 16, 2008
Length: 53:48

The Nutritional Approach to Anxiety and Depression

Dr. Krier discusses both nutritional and botanical interventions, while highlighting the importance of nutrient form and dosing in managing these conditions.
Presenter: Chad Krier, N.D., D.C.
Date: January 24, 2008
Length: 58:30

Trans Fats: and You Thought Lard Was Bad

Fats are not all created equal. More scientific evidence points to the fact that fat quality may be more important than quantity in the diet. Learn about trans fats and the association with inflammation and heart disease, where to find them, and how to avoid them.
Presenter: Rebecca Kirby, M.D., M.S., R.D.
Date: July 1, 2006
Length: 56:32

Vitamin K: New Evidence for Cancer, Heart Health, and Bone Health

Recent research has reignited interest in vitamin K as a prevention for heart disease, osteoporosis, and cancer. If you thought you knew what vitamin K can do for you…think again. Find out new information about this very important vitamin.
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
Date: March 12, 2009
Length: 58:47

In the Dumps? Beat Depression and Improve Mental Health

There are many factors that affect how we feel. The brain, like other organs in the body, requires a full spectrum of nutrients, and what we eat can affect the way we think and act. Explore natural solutions to improve mood.
Presenter: Rebecca Kirby, M.D., M.S., R.D.
Date: March 19, 2009
Length: 58:08

Unique Approaches Used at The Center

Clarification: The facility is now the Riordan Clinic, formerly known as The Center for the Improvement of Human Functioning. Join Dr. Krier as he takes you on a sit-down tour of The Center. In this lecture we’ll explore some of the unique diagnostic and therapeutic tools available to Patient/Co-learners at The Center.
Presenter: Chad Krier, N.D., D.C.
Date: September 25, 2008
Length: 54:11

Sensitivity to Foods: What’s Eating You?

Having recurrent infections, fatigue, gas and bloating, headaches, skin rashes, weakness, hemorrhoids, poor memory, sinusitis, irritable bowel, canker sores, or bursitis? These are a few examples of what may be challenges to your immune system from eating foods to which you are sensitive. In this lecture Dr. Kirby discusses reactions to foods. What’s on your plate?
Presenter: Rebecca Kirby, M.D., M.S., R.D.
Date: March 13, 2008
Length: 55:32

Diet and Behavior: What Can Make Your Brain a Toxic Dump

Are junk food, food allergies, and environmental toxins affecting your life? ADHD, autism, OCD, oppositional defiant behavior, and depression have become rampant in today’s children. Junk food, environmental toxins, food allergies, and a lack of critical brain nutrients have all contributed to this problem. Dr. Jackson discusses the cause, diagnosis, and some helpful hints to improve brain nutrition.
Presenter: James Jackson, MT(ASCP), Ph.D., BCLD
Date: January 25, 2007
Length: 56:34

The Pediatric Brain Health and Behavior Protocol

In this presentation Dr. Braud presents a protocol that can assist families with children who have learning, attention, mood, and/or behavior concerns. The pharmacologic treatment of these disorders does not address the underlying causes which can alter the child’s brain health. These causes give rise to many of the behavioral problems that are becoming commonplace in preschool and school-age children.
Presenter: Mary Braud, M.D.
Date: September 18, 2008
Length: 42:45

New Cancer Research: Vitamin C and Angiogenesis

One of the keys to tumor grow is a process of making new blood vessels called “angiogenesis.” Can we cure cancer by reversing the angiogenesis process? Some of our most recent research at the Bio-Communications Research Institute suggests that high doses of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) may affect the “angiogenesis” process. In this presentation, Dr. Casciari presents current data as well as a review of the Riordan Clinic’s long experience with vitamin c, cancer, and angiogenesis research.
Presenter: Joe Casciari, Ph.D
Date: January 22, 2009
Length: 51:31

How to Build Emotional Intelligence at Home and in the Classroom

Children who are able to understand and manage their feelings perform better in school and in life than their peers who struggle with expressing and dealing with feelings. Dr. Braud presents practical guidelines that can be applied at home or at school to ensure that children develop these important skills.
Presenter: Mary Braud, M.D.
Date: March 5, 2009
Length: 48:26

Fending Off Colds the Natural Way

Cold season is upon us, so what can we do? An ounce of prevention can go a long way. But what if it’s too late for prevention and you’ve already caught the crud. Many nutrients, botanicals, and natural therapies exist to help us both prevent and treat colds. Join Dr. Krier for this timely, informative talk as he addresses some of his favorite natural therapies for colds.
Presenter: Chad Krier, N.D., D.C.
Date: October 23, 2008
Length: 55:57

What are Antioxidants and Why Should I Measure Them?

Science has a love-hate relationship with antioxidants. Research has shown that antioxidants protect us from wrinkles, heart attacks, cataracts, diabetes, cancer, and… just about every chronic disease. But are they safe, over-hyped, and worth the 20 billion we Americans spent on them in 2005? One answer to this dilemma is to have your personal plasma levels of antioxidants measured. Personalized dosing of key antioxidants may unlock their promised potential to keep you well. Join Dr. Ron as he looks at Antioxidants.
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
Date: October 2, 2008
Length: 59:29

Mind Boosters: to Improve Mood, Memory, and Mindfulness

Let’s face it: the quality of our brain’s biochemistry profoundly Influences the thinking powers and emotional tone of our mind. Modern research has shown a link that you can influence for the better. Learn about amino acids and neurotransmitters, the pathway out of depression, and energy enhancers that reawaken your cognitive edge. Dr. Ron takes you on a fantastic voyage through brain chemistry, setting sail for optimal mental health and a better quality of life.
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
Date: October 5, 2006
Length: 55:39

Top 10 Reasons to Eat More Whole Foods

Are you among the many Americans who want to eat right but are sometimes confused about how and don’t realize that you eat mostly non-whole foods? Food marketers often mislead us, and it is not a matter of where you buy food. Learn what whole foods are, the many great reasons to eat more of them, and some tips for doing so.
Presenter: Donald R. Davis, Ph.D.
Date: October 18, 2007
Length: 57:05

Breathe Better; Feel Better

Many chronic diseases are thought to result from lack of oxygen at the cellular level. Learn how to oxygenate your cells through various natural techniques for optimal breathing and cellular health.
Presenter: Chad Krier, N.D., D.C.
Date: May 11, 2006
Length: 51:55

Overdosed America

According to author John Abramson, M.D., American medicine is increas-ingly warped to commercialization. Drugs are oversold and their dangers suppressed. We are bankrupting ourselves on “healthcare,” yet we are less healthy than those in other countries because we neglect cheaper, more effective ways. Before your next costly prescription, consider Abramson’s eye-opening research and what we can do to protect our health and pocketbooks.
Presenter: Don Davis, Ph.D.
Date: November 16, 2006
Length: 60:04

Oh My Aching Back: A Mechanical and Nutritional Approach to Managing Back Pain

Learn about the varied causes of back pain and some unique ways to prevent and treat this common affliction using exercise and nutrient therapy.
Presenter: Chad Krier, N.D., D.C.
Date: October 4, 2007
Length: 60:04

Lend Me Your Ear — Treating the Body with Auricular Therapy

Got pain? Trying to lose weight? Have the hiccups? Auricular Therapy, a form of acupressure or acupuncture, provides a scientifically verified means of identifying areas of pain, muscular skeletal disorders and a broad range of medical conditions in the body by observing and mapping the ear. The specific locations that are “mapped” then can be used clinically to relieve pain and pathology in the body through the use of electrical nerve stimulation or by the placement of needles in the appropriate areas. This alternative medicine can also be effective in the struggle to lose weight, in that it can reduce food cravings, control appetite and help strengthen will power. Auricular Therapy is based upon the work pioneered by Dr. Paul Nogier in France. The Clinic’s founder, Dr. Hugh Riordan, learned the technique of auricular diagnoses and treatment from Dr. Nogier himself, 25 years ago. Passed on to Dr. Hunninghake, this therapy is one of many unique therapies offered at the Riordan Clinic. Dr. Hunninghake will discuss Auricular Therapy, its background, the technique used at the clinic, and the medical conditions that can be eased with this treatment.
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake M.D.
Date: July 14, 2011
Length: 49:04

No More Fatigue

Stressed out and tired all the time? Seems as though nearly everyone feels that way! Fatigue is the cause but there is help! Jack Challem, author of No More Fatigue, and our own Dr. Ron Hunninghake will present a Lunch & Lecture on this topic on Thursday, May 19, 2011 at 12:00 p.m. They will explain the five circles, or causes, of fatigue including: stress, poor eating habits, hormone imbalances, illness and aging. In addition to the causes of fatigue, they will review dietary changes and supplement regimens that can help you get your energy back to enjoy life. They will also make suggestions for getting a better night’s sleep and describe easy ways to become more physically active. If you are sick and tired of being sick and tired – this Lunch & Lecture is for you. We will look forward to seeing you on Thursday, May 19th to learn about this important topic.
Presenter: Jack Challem and Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
Date: May 19, 2011
Length: 59:09

Preventing Cancer the Riordan Clinic Way

Dr. Hunninghake will review the emerging role of lifestyle modifications as a means not only of preventing cancer but also of slowing the progression of existing cancers. In addition, he will review the Riordan Clinic’s leadership in researching adjunctive cancer care plans such as intravenous vitamin C. You will also be introduced to one of the Clinic’s cancer survivors and hear her story.
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake M.D.
Date: June 16, 2011
Length: 63:37

Achieving a Healthy Lifestyle

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. In this Lunch & Lecture Dr. Joseph Galichia, President and founder of Galichia Medical Group, PA, in Wichita, KS and an internationally recognized pioneer in the field of interventional cardiology, discusses key facts about heart disease and the importance of exercise and eating right to achieve a healthy lifestyle.
Presenter: Joseph P. Galichia, MD, FACC
Date: February 17, 2011
Length: 58:32

Check Your Health

Learn about the Bio-Center Laboratory at the Riordan Clinic and the importance of measuring blood levels for a broad assortment of vitamins and nutrients. Dr. Ron takes questions from recent test recipients and explains the meaning of key test measures. Results from this important testing can be used to create a customized supplement regimen that will maximize your overall health and wellbeing.
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
Date: October 28, 2010
Length: 51:58

Healing Walks for Hard Times

Carolyn began years ago as a fitness walker and later discovered that the stressors of life could be tempered by focusing on breath and cadence. She has released her second book, Healing Walks for Hard Times, which demonstrates the power of a regular walking regimen to heal the mind, body and spirit.
Presenter: Carolyn Scott Kortge
Date: September 16, 2010
Length: 50:14

Through the Vein

Back in the early 1960s, an important discovery was made by Dr. John Myers. He found that he could dramatically enhance the medical effectiveness of common nutrients by giving them intravenously – including magnesium, calcium, vitamin C, and B vitamins. By using this method, patients were able to more quickly and safely overcome a host of conditions such as: fatigue, migraines, asthma, flu, allergies, heart pains, severe muscle spasms, depression, sinusitis, fibromyalgia, hives, and even chronic pain. Dr. Ron presents and takes questions about IV Nutrition.
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
Date: July 22, 2010
Length: 59:07

HCG Weight Loss Intervention

During our 35 years of practicing nutrition-based medicine we have long seen the negative impact of obesity-related chronic diseases in our patients. After careful research and consideration, we have discovered a solution that can help individuals lose stubborn fat and improve their overall health and well-being – the Riordan Clinic HCG Weight Loss Intervention.
Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
Date: December 16, 2010
Length: 61:56

The Scientific Basis of IVC for Cancer

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2009 Presenter: Michael Gonzalez, DSc, Ph.D. – Dr. Gonzalez reviews various cancer therapies and the basis for IVC therapy. At the heart of the lecture is discovery. “Discovery is seeing what everyone else has seen but thinking what nobody else has thought.” (Albert Szent-Gyorgyi)
Date: October 3, 2009
Length: 36:42
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IVC as Anti-angiogenesis Therapy

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2009 Presenters: Joe Casciari, Ph.D. and Nina Mikirova, Ph.D. – Dr. Casciari and Dr. Mikirova present research data about the significance of IVC as an anti-angiogenesis therapy. The Riordan Clinic is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization focused on orthomolecular medicine, health education and health research. To learn more about the Riordan Clinic or to make a donation, please visit http://www.riordanclinic.org
Date: October 3, 2009
Length: 36:19
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The Riordan IVC Protocol

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2009 Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, M.D. – In this presentation, Dr. Hunninghake looks at the key elements of the Riordan IVC protocol and keys in on insights that have been gained, supportive information, and the positive impact IVC can have in treating cancer. The Riordan Clinic is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization focused on orthomolecular medicine, health education and health research. To learn more about the Riordan Clinic or to make a donation, please visit http://www.riordanclinic.org
Date: October 3, 2009
Length: 39:35
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IVC Infusion Protocols and Pharmacokinetics

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2009 Presenter: Jorge Miranda, Pharm.D. – Dr. Miranda discusses the effects drugs have on the body and microorganisms as well as what substances such as nutrients and drugs do to the body. This overview involves a good body of information about the pharmacokinetics of ascorbate.
Date: October 3, 2009
Length: 36:04
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IVC, Chemotherapy, & Radiation – Are They Compatible?

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2009 Presenter: Glen Hyland, M.D. – Dr. Hyland, a radiation oncologist, presents information about the compatibility of IVC, chemotherapy, and radiation in the treatment of cancer and what we really need from anti-CA therapies. The Riordan Clinic is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization focused on orthomolecular medicine, health education and health research. To learn more about the Riordan Clinic or to make a donation, please visit http://www.riordanclinic.org
Date: October 3, 2009
Length: 41:45
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Should Nutrients be Added to the Basic IVC Formulation?

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2009 Presenter: Vivienne Matalon, M.D. – Dr. Matalon presents information on the beneficial effects of adding vitamins and minerals to IVC infusions. The Riordan Clinic is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization focused on orthomolecular medicine, health education and health research. To learn more about the Riordan Clinic or to make a donation, please visit http://www.riordanclinic.org
Date: October 3, 2009
Length: 31:53
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New Frontiers of IVC Research

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2009 Presenter: Xiaolong Meng, M.D. – Dr. Meng talks about “cancer as a functional tissue”, the role of IVC and the implications of this new cancer theory on IVC protocol. The Riordan Clinic is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization focused on orthomolecular medicine, health education and health research. To learn more about the Riordan Clinic or to make a donation, please visit http://www.riordanclinic.org
Date: October 4, 2009
Length: 43:31

IVC Administration and Specimen Prep

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2009 Presenters: Marsha McCray, R.N. and Jerry Tiemeyer, B.S., M.T.(ASCP) – Marsha and Jerry present information concerning infusion procedures and rates of administration as well as sample post IVC collection procedures. The Riordan Clinic is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization focused on orthomolecular medicine, health education and health research. To learn more about the Riordan Clinic or to make a donation, please visit http://www.riordanclinic.org
Date: October 4, 2009
Length: 17:33

What Should Cancer Patients Eat?

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2009 Presenter: Rebecca Kirby, M.D., M.S., R.D. – Dr. Kirby looks at the importance of diet and dietary risk factors in relation to specific types of cancer and cancer in general. The Riordan Clinic is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization focused on orthomolecular medicine, health education and health research. To learn more about the Riordan Clinic or to make a donation, please visit http://www.riordanclinic.org
Date: October 4, 2009
Length: 41:50

G6PD & Post IVC Determinations – Why Do Them?

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2009 Presenter: James Jackson, MT(ASCP), Ph.D. – Why test glucose-6-phosphatase? Dr. Jackson looks at the importance of testing in relation to IVC therapy. The Riordan Clinic is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization focused on orthomolecular medicine, health education and health research. To learn more about the Riordan Clinic or to make a donation, please visit http://www.riordanclinic.org
Date: October 3, 2009
Length: 28:15

Adult Stem Cells and Cancer

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2010 Presenter: Tom Ichim, Ph.D. – Dr. Ichim gave the attendees an exciting overview of his work with adult cancer stem cells stating that the “war on cancer failed [because] we were targeting the wrong cell!” He hypothesizes that instead of targeting the treatment to kill the cancer cell what if we asked the question, “[Since] stem cells heal injured tissue…if cancer is a ‘non-healing wound’, what if we try to heal it with stem cells?” Dr. Ichim presented exciting basic science research that supports this premise.
Date: October 8, 2010
Length: 30:33

The Riordan IVC Protocol

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2010 Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, M.D. – Riordan Clinic’s own Dr. Ron Hunninghake served as the keynote speaker for the symposium. Dr. Hunninghake articulated the basic tenets of Riordan IVC Protocol that is now used worldwide in nutritional medicine circles for the adjunctive treatment of cancer. According to the Riordan protocol, “the cause of cancer [is the] failure to restore sustained cellular injury.” With the Riordan IVC Protocol high-dose Vitamin C treatment side effects are uncommon, unlike traditional “toxic” chemotherapy treatments. This Protocol boosts immunity, slows the growth of the cancer, relieves pain and fatigue, and reduces many of the side effects of traditional cancer treatments.
Date: October 9, 2010
Length: 72:47

Tumors, Their Stroma, and Vitamin C

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2010 Presenter: Daniel Rubin, N.D., F.A.B.N.O. – Dr. Dan Rubin from Arizona provided a highly scientific and technical presentation on the theory that cancer is “wound healing gone awry.” This provoked a lively discussion during the Q&A that followed. This “non-healing wound” theory represents a new paradigm of scientific thought that promises better cancer care outcomes thanks to a better biological understanding of this ubiquitous illness.
Date: October 9, 2010
Length: 60:23

Interaction of IVC with Chemotherapeutic Agents

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2010 Presenter: Qi Chen, Ph.D. – Dr. Qi Chen from the University of Kansas Medical Center presented her research data on the unexpected pro-oxidant properties of high dose vitamin C which has made it highly “promising in disease treatment, such as cancer.” Dr. Chen’s presented stunning new bench mark data that clearly demonstrates “a synergistic effect [of high dose vitamin C] with standard chemotherapeutic drugs”. This data refutes a commonly held belief that IVC might interfere with chemotherapy and radiation. Indeed, IVC not only reduces the side effects of conventional cancer therapies, but can improve outcomes without sacrificing the patient’s quality of life benefits.
Date: October 8, 2010
Length: 36:22

Recent Studies and Experience with IVC Therapy

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2010 Presenter: Michael Gerber, M.D. – Dr. Michael Gerber from Nevada drew upon his first-hand experience from using IVC therapy for over 30 years and supported those experiences with references from nine separate published research studies that support IVC use in cancer care. His professional experiences provided many real life stories of the role IVC can play in the humanistic care of cancer patients, and the positive outcomes that can be achieved in enhancing their quality of life.
Date: October 8, 2010
Length: 37:02

Stemming the Tide of Cancer

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2010 Presenter: Garry F. Gordon, M.D., D.O., H.M.D. – Dr. Garry Gordon from Arizona, presented “Stemming the Tide of Cancer.” He began with some frightening statistics on environmental toxins, including one 2004 study that found 212 industrial chemicals, many of which were banned over 30 years ago, were still found in cord blood samples of 10 newly born Americans. He went on to discuss the modern day epidemic of cancer and reviewed a vast array of pioneering methods (including IVC) to help “stem the tide” of this terrible illness.
Date: October 8, 2010
Length: 59:47

IPT, IVC and QOL

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2010 Presenter: Bradford S. Weeks, M.D. – Dr. Brad Weeks from the state of Washington continued with a discussion on the use of Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) to selectively target cancer cells for elimination. Low doses of insulin “activate” smoldering cancer cells, thereby allowing for a 90% reduction in the dosage of chemotherapy drugs necessary to induce apoptosis (cell death) of tumors. IPT, along with proper “anticancer” nutrition, moderate exercise, and appropriate supplementation is an emerging treatment for cancer that is “well tolerated, effective and cost effective.”
Date: October 8, 2010
Length: 55:30

The Emerging Role of IVC in Cancer Care

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2010 Presenter: Paul Saunders, N.D. – Dr. Paul Saunders from Toronto opened the symposium with “The Emerging Role of IV-C in Cancer Care.” He showed how IVC therapy can be blended with other adjunctive therapies to “overcome cancer, improve patient energy [and] quality of life, and address the side effects of cancer [and] conventional treatment.” IVC can help to reduce the dreaded side effects of traditional cancer therapies.
Date: October 9, 2010
Length: 41:52

IVC and QOL in Japan

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2010 Presenter: Atsuo Yanagisawa, M.D. – Dr. Atsuo Yanagisawa from Japan took to the podium to further relate how the Riordan IVC Protocol has demonstrated its improvement in the quality of life in Japanese cancer patients. Dr. Yanagisawa heads the Japanese College of Intravenous Therapy representing a membership of over 400 doctors. These doctors import and use over 20,000 vials of ascorbic acid (one to two vials are used in each IVC treatment.) each month!
Date: October 9, 2010
Length: 44:32

Evening Dinner Banquet – Neil Riordan, Ph.D, P.A.

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2010 Presenter: Neil Riordan, Ph.D, P.A. – As the symposium came to a close, IVC practitioners from around the world agreed that there is mounting research on IVC which demonstrates its promising role as an adjunctive cancer therapy. Broader acceptance of the appropriate use IVC in the care of cancer care patients could help to reduce conventional therapies’ side effects and improve the patients’ quality and quantity of life. The 2011 Symposium will build on this gathering scientific momentum, with the tentative theme: “Correctable Causes of Cancer.” Please join us in supporting this new direction in im-proving the care and outcomes of cancer patients everywhere!
Date: October 9, 2010
Length: 37:06

Conquer Stress! Renew Your Adrenals

Dr. Anne shares how you can conquer your stress by renewing your adrenal glands.

Presenter: Anne Zauderer, DC
Date: November 13, 2014
Length: 55:42

IVC, Inflammation & the Bi-oxidant Paradox

Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, MD (Please note that the presentation begins at 28:22)
Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2012

In his presentation, “IVC, Inflammation, & the Bi-oxidant Paradox,” Dr. Hunninghake explores the question, “Is Cancer a Non-healing Wound?” through his twelve important insights. Includes information on oxidative stress, sustained cellular injury on wound healing, cytokine signaling, aneuploidy, DNA damage, and of course, the use of intravenous vitamin c (IVC). What are the healing factors of vitamin C against disease? Find out more about Riordan Clinic’s 15 years of vitamin c research and the benefits for patients who have cancer.
Length: 2:02:30

Vitamin C: Facts, Fiction, and the Law

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2014 Presenter: Tom Levy, MD, JD – Dr. Levy lays out ways that practitioners can make available Vitamin C in ways that are medically and legally safe.
Date: October 4, 2014
Length: 34:11

Clinical Effectiveness of IVC in Cancer Care

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2014 Presenters: Michael Gonzalez, NMD, DSc, PhD and Jorge Miranda-Massari, PharmD – Dr. Gonzalez and Dr. Miranda-Massari, close friends of the Riordan Clinic, outline the variables that impact the effectiveness of using intravenous Vitamin C in the treatment of cancer.
Date: October 4, 2014
Length: 58:58

Cancer Case Studies Using Ozone and IVC Protocol

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2014 Presenter: Frank Shallenberger, MD – Dr. Shallenberger follows up his previous lecture of the day with case studies in which he reviews his findings from the use of Ozone paired together with the Riordan IVC Protocol.
Date: October 4, 2014
Length: 1:04:58

Oxygen, Mitochondria, ATP and the Origins of Cancer

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2014 Presenter: Frank Shallenberger, MD – Dr. Shallenberger, President of the American Academy of Ozone Therapy, emphasizes the importance of taking the measurements of mitochondrial function and ATP, Oxygen Utilization (OU), and knowledge of the origins of cancer to prevent the chronic disease.
Date: October 4, 2014
Length: 1:06:18

IVC and Cancer

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2014 Presenter: Dugald Seely, ND – Dr. Seely is the founder of the Ottawa Integrative Cancer Center in Ottawa, Ontario. Dr. Seely reviews his early findings from a Prospective Cohort Study on intravenous Vitamin C (IVC) and cancer.
Date: October 4, 2014
Length: 1:01:20

Enviornmental Toxicants and Complete Cancer Care

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2014 Presenter: Walter Crinnion, ND, – Dr. Walter Crinnion talks about the effect our environment has on our bodies and the increase in likeliness of developing a cancer it brings, i.e. outdoor air pollution is a leading environmental cause of cancer deaths.
Date: October 3,2014
Length: 1:02:17

Alpha Lipoic Acid in the Care of Certain Cancers

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2014 Presenter: Burt Berksen, MD, MS, PhD, MDh – Dr. Burt Berksen talks about the use of Alpha Lipoic Cancer in the care for cancer. Alpha Lipoic Acid is seen as the “wonder drug” for the reversal of diabetic problems. Dr. Berksen speaks about the effect of Alpha Lipoic Acid on the Mitochondrion and Human Disease Modification.
Date: October 3, 2014
Length: 56:03

Addressing the Metabolic Roots of Cancer

Riordan Clinic IVC and Cancer Symposium 2014 Presenter: Ron Hunninghake, MD – Dr. Ron Hunninghake addresses the metabolic roots of cancer at our bi-annual IVC & Cancer Symposium in 2014. He talks about the “tap root” of cancer and other chronic diseases and how the Riordan Clinic IVC & Cancer Symposium’s mission is to help you create real and lasting health by identifying and correcting hidden root causes of your chronic illness.
Date: October 3, 2014
Length: 1:11:38