Aug 31

Reversal of Coronary Artery Disease: A Case Study

A comprehensive case study that Dr. Castellanos and John-Lloyd Santamarina completed, showing the positive effects of lifestyle changes, biofeedback and the effectiveness of the bi-directional doppler ultrasound as a “global” assessment tool in the reversal of Cardiovascular Disease.

Apr 11

Best Model of Care

Increasing Effectiveness of Primary Prevention to Decrease Growth Rate of Health Care Costs A Commentary on the Current Status of Healthcare in America to download full pdf, click here The Ongoing Problem of Health Care Costs in the U.S. Health care spending for the United States is estimated to rise to $3.08 trillion in 2014, […]

Sep 19

Vascular Improvement for Performance in Sports

Heart Disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. Although commonly labeled as a disease of the elderly, the disease affects young adults as well. The disease occurs in young adults because of various factors, but Coronary Artery Disease and atherosclerosis cause the majority of occurrences. Despite status of asymptomatic individuals, atherosclerosis is prevalent in ages 18-25, and risk factors are similar as those for adults. The goal of the study is to educate young adults in vascular health, and to show that despite appearing as healthy individuals, underlying physiology may show that progression of disease is apparent.

Apr 9

Dr. COZ insights

Dr. Coz to follow up on one of our patients questions: do you promote vegetarianism?