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VitaminDrip IV Therapy is Here! Apr 17th, 2020

We are so excited to announce the start of VitaminDrip IV Therapy at 180 Health! This service can be individualized for each patients specific needs and lifestyle!   Benefits: Deliver 100% of the fluid electrolytes and vitamins directly into the bloodstream. Hydrate Boost energy levels and release those unwanted toxins...

7 Conditions that Improve with PRP Therapy Mar 18th, 2020

Sure, golf pro Tiger Woods and Super Bowl star Hines Ward use cutting-edge therapies like platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to help them get back in their games. But celebrities can afford to take advantage of groundbreaking therapies like that. Can you? Though PRP sounds like science fiction, it’s actually a simple procedure that...

PRP and Arthritis: All Your Questions Answered Mar 8th, 2020

Arthritis, the No. 1 cause of disability among American adults, takes many forms, all leading to the deterioration of the joints that give you mobility. The degenerative process can move fast or slow, outstripping your body’s ability to repair the damage. Once, joint replacement surgery was the only option beyond...

Understanding How Regenerative Medicine Works Feb 27th, 2020

Medical science has long understood that your body works constantly to regenerate itself at the cellular level. Some cells last longer than others. New skin cells replace old about every seven days. Red blood cells last about four months, and a bone regenerates all its cells over 10 years. When...

Regenerative Medicine May Be Your Treatment Solution for Tendon Tears Feb 24th, 2020

Tendons, the soft tissues that connect your joints and muscles, can tear or rupture with a sudden wrenching movement, such as in a sports injury, auto accident, or fall. Whether you have a partial tear or a complete rupture, you know the pain is intense and makes it hard or...

How Regenerative Medicine Can Help You Heal From an Injury Faster Feb 19th, 2020

Advancements in medicine and medical care have provided new treatments that can heal people faster from disease or injury. Regenerative medicine is one of those revolutionary treatments. At 180 Health our medical team treats pain and inflammation with the highest quality and safest regenerative medicine products available.  Regenerative medicine explained...

How Regenerative Medicine is Revolutionizing Pain Management Feb 17th, 2020

Healing naturally is not just an ideal, it’s a possibility. For our team at 180 Health helping you heal naturally is our mission. Our team, led by the talented and caring can help you recover from a variety of soft tissue injuries associated with accidents and sports. We also assist...

Am I a Good Candidate for Regenerative Medicine? Feb 16th, 2020

Regenerative medicine definedAccording to AABB, an organization dedicated to making cellular therapies available worldwide, regenerative medicine is defined as “the process of replacing or ‘regenerating’ human cells, tissues or organs to restore or establish normal function.” In other words, regenerative medicine stimulates your body to use its own repair mechanisms to heal...

5 Tips for Protecting Your Knees During Exercise! Jan 27th, 2020

Why are knees vulnerable to injury? Your knee joints are the largest in your body and are a complex network of bones, ligaments, tendons, and other soft tissue structures that make it possible for you to walk, run, and jump. You also use your knees when you sit, stand, or...

Bad Habits with Knee Pain! Jan 24th, 2020

As two of the most complex and reliable joints in your body, your knees are built to function flawlessly on demand and under pressure. They support 80% of your weight when you stand and absorb an impact force that’s one-and-a-half times your weight when you walk (or much more, if you happen...

7 Tips for a Healthier Fall! Sep 23rd, 2019

With Fall upon us I thought it would be a good time to talk about some ways that we can better prepare our health for the changing season! Below are 7 ways to ensure you have a healthier Fall transition. 1-Take a Vitamin D Supplement and have your levels checked,...

Could it be low Vitamin D? Sep 13th, 2019

In our office we see so many low Vitamin D levels on patients that it has began to be concerning. Where we live in the midwest many work in offices and are not outside enough in direct sunlight to produce adequate Vitamin D levels. Here are 5 symptoms that can...

The Key to Weight Loss! Sep 9th, 2019

Most diets focus on calorie restrictions and hard to follow unsustainable methods that have most moving from one fad to the next. What if though there was a way to possibly eat more food and still see the weight loss results you are looking for? When we think of overall...

Sugar Sugar Sugar. Aug 29th, 2019

Sugar When you eat or drink sugar the sudden energy surge your body experiences is followed by an insulin surge that rapidly drops the blood sugar level-so two hours later, you feel famished and tired. To keep an even keel, replace simple carbohydrates with complex ones so the absorption is...

All about the labels! Aug 28th, 2019

Just about every packaged food made in the U.S. has a food label indicating serving size and other nutritional information. Learning how to read food labels is like looking at a prescription for your health and your life. We recommend looking for red-flag ingredients- if a Hall of Shame ingredient...

Backpack and Technology Safety: What parents need to know! Aug 23rd, 2019

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- The school year is officially back in session. That means heavy bookbags, stuffed with books, supplies and whatever gear they need to get through their day. It's a problem you wouldn't expect in children--back and shoulder pain. But with weighted loads on their back, it's something you might...

AIP ORANGE-GLAZED PORK TENDERLOIN RECIPE Aug 21st, 2019

PREP TIME 8 HOURS COOK TIME 1 HOUR TOTAL TIME 9 HOURS Serves: 4 servings INGREDIENTS ⅙ cup coconut aminos ⅙ cup honey ⅙ cup orange marmalade or 1 tablespoon each orange zest, orange juice, and honey 2 teaspoons white wine vinegar 1 pound pork tenderloin 2 stalks green onions,...

Hashimoto's Medical Study! Aug 20th, 2019

Who was studied? 17 women between the ages of 20-45 with a diagnosis of HT. 14 of the 17 women were taking thyroid replacement medications before the study. 3 women had elevated thyroid antibodies (TPO and anti-thyroglobulin antibodies), but were not on replacement medication. The women were either normal weight...

Why we should think about Nutrient Density! Aug 19th, 2019

I want to start this post out by talking for a brief moment about the term "Diet" which to most of us entails what are we going to be removing from our diets but instead think of diet in terms of Nutrient Density and what we choose to add to...

7 Signs it's time for a Hormone Test! Aug 8th, 2019

Our hormones control so many aspects of our overall health and general well being, When our hormones are in balance our bodies function at more of a stable rate, when hormones move out of balance this can lead to problematic symptoms and long term even certain diseases. There are many...

Back to the Basics! Jul 30th, 2019

This crazy busy Summer is coming to an end with back to school time right around the corner, That's why I wanted to share this reminder of when life becomes too hectic to stay on top of your health and wellness goals sometimes the best thing you can do is...

5 Reasons to Fall in Love with Fiber! Jul 22nd, 2019

Fiber is one of the crucial nutrients in our diet, There are so many health benefits of adding more fiber to your everyday routine and here are just a few!   1- Fiber is Satisfying and found in many fruits and vegetables like the artichoke above, Fiber is also filling...

5 Reasons You Should Try The Nitric Oxide Routine! Jul 18th, 2019

We all know there is always a new fad with what is the best workout but have you ever heard of the Nitric Oxide Dump Routine? This quick and simple 4-5 minute routine does more for you body in just a few minutes than you could imagine. This workout falls...

What a difference a few weeks can make! Jul 2nd, 2019

I suffer from multiple inflammatory conditions. Over the years I have learned to eat healthier and reduce inflammation in my body. Last year I began struggling with chronic fatigue and severe muscle pain and cramps. Over time this lead to poor sleep patterns, increased joint pain, anxiety and depression. I...

Choosing the Right Supplements? Jul 2nd, 2019

We all have that drawer at home that is full of the half used bottles of supplements that we thought would be the exact thing we were looking for to give us optimal health. Just like myself I have tried so many supplements just looking for that one that makes...

Diabetes vs. Real Food! Jun 26th, 2019

The headline on March 10, 2016 in the Los Angeles Times read: “Almost half in the state are at risk for diabetes.” While many have always thought those “granola-fed Californians” are a bunch of health food nuts, researchers from UCLA have recently determined that 55 percent of California adults either have diabetes or...

My time at the Drew Lewis Foundation. Jun 24th, 2019

After my experience guest speaking this past week for the Drew Lewis Foundation I have to say that I have a whole new outlook and perspective on how hard it is for many families in this area who are trying to actually break out of their circumstances and better their...

Paleo Dark Chocolate Cherry Shake Apr 12th, 2019

Ingredients Needed: -180 Health Paleo Pro Meal Protein Powder "Chocolate" 1 Scoop -1 Cup Almond Milk 2/3 Cup Frozen Organic Cherries 2 Tablespoons Cacao Top with Shredded Coconut and a sprinkle of Cacao! Enjoy!