By AIM Staff November may have come and gone, but Men’s Health and Prostate Health are year round concerns for Men. While erectile dysfunction may be the first thing people think of when it comes to men’s health, prostate cancer has become the number one diagnosed visceral cancer in the U.S. and second only to … Continued
by AIM Staff Planning to get sick this fall? Well neither are we, but we can’t deny the increase in viruses and bacteria that are introduced into our lives with kids going back to school. To prevent and treat, our doctors here at AIM turn to immune boosting IV Drip Vitamin therapies as their first … Continued
By Anya Willis, Guest Contributor The quest for self-improvement has become incredibly trendy in recent years. People everywhere are clamoring for ways to feel and look their best, but the endless sea of contradictory information online can make health and wellness feel like an overwhelming challenge. Feeling like the best possible version of yourself doesn’t … Continued
A wise man once said, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Let AIM be your go to place for anything that ails you, but once that is over, let us help you live the best, most prevention based lifestyle you can!
By Dr. Lisa A. Price, ND Several years ago, a stage IV prostate cancer patient, who I will call Stan, came to me for complementary care. I have been fortunate to work in cancer centers that are progressive and honor the importance of safe alternative therapies in conjunction with conventional medicine. Stan was receiving the … Continued
The holiday season is in full swing, and the next few weeks will bring lots of opportunity for excess alcohol consumption and intoxication. Let’s face it, after the year we’ve had, I don’t think anyone would blame you, except possibly your liver!
First of all, cut yourself some slack. As I said before, it is okay to not be okay. Social distancing is hard on all of us. Doctors aren’t immune to all of this. My partner and I just went away for the weekend for the first time since the pandemic began. It was a pretty simple trip to Eastern Washington and we did not do much other than go into the hot tub, sit down at the river, and go on a hike. However, the change of scenery alone was a breath of fresh air and a recharge.
While this is, in fact, the medical definition of our skin and, honestly, what this article is about, I also like the definition: “the life or physical well-being of a person.”
By Dr. Brooke Azie-Rentz The first day of spring has come and gone, we have had some beautiful, warm sunny days, but now it looks like we are back to April showers as I write this article. I hope this means that May will bring us flowers, but more importantly, May will see us … Continued
by Dr. Daniel Riordan IV, ND With COVID in the news and promising research on High Dose Vitamin C, Patients have been asking lately what the big difference is between our AIM “Multi-Vitamin” IVs and AIM “Anti-Viral” IV’s, and which one might be better during this pandemic. The main difference is the amount of Vitamin … Continued