Cindy Perlin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, nationally certified biofeedback practitioner and the author of The Truth About Chronic Pain Treatments: The Best and Worst Strategies for Becoming Pain Free. She is the founder and CEO of the Alternative Pain Treatment Directory. She lives and works in upstate New York, where she has been helping her clients achieve their health and wellness goals for over 27 years.
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Shocking US Preventive Services Task Force Position on Vitamin D The US Preventive Services Task Force has refused to recommend routine Vitamin D testing for adults. This is despite the fact that 42% of American adults are deficient and there's decades of evidence that vitamin D deficiency is associated with disorders of heart, immunity, mood, bone, pain and all cause mortality. Whose interests are they protecting? What you can do.
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The Suppression of Alternative Medicine is Killing Us The suppression of alternative medicine has been going on since the Salem witch trials of 1692 and continues today with the suppression of critical information that would save hundreds of thousand of lives during the current pandemic. The motive is greed.
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What a Trump Presidency Will Mean for Health Care What will a Trump Presidency mean for access to health care? It isn't good. There's still a chance to avert a disaster.
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Despite Opioid Disaster, Feds Continue to Ignore Alternative Pain Treatments The federal government needs to make sure safe, effective, affordable pain treatment is available, not just limit opioids.
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The Truth About Chronic Pain Treatments This OpEd piece discusses the safety and effectiveness of a range of chronic pain treatments and the barriers that organized medicine has erected to restrict access to safe, effective therapies. It concludes with a legislative proposal to ensure better care for pain patients