Treatment Options

The Optimal Health Center provides many different services. Please review the list below.


Naturopathic Medicine

Personalized Nutrition

Herbal Medicine

Metabolic Nutritional Testing & Typing

Detoxification & Tissue Cleansing

Frequency Specific Microcurrent

Chelation Therapy


European Biological Medicine (Sanum, Drainage remedies, Heel)


Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine


Chinese herbal medicine

Needle-less meridian therapy (using microcurrent)

Pain Management



IV & Injection Therapies

Meyer's Cocktail

IM Vitamins

Vitamin C Therapy

Chelation Therapy




Bee Venom Therapy

Bee Products




Behavioral Modification and Stress Management

Guided Visualization

Emotional Field Therapy (EFT)

Guided Relaxation Training


Community Education

Public Speaking

Classroom Education

Corporate Seminars


The Following Chart is a list of some of the health problems that we treat here in the Optimal Health Center. Please review the services page to learn about treatment options.




Disorders of the Eye  

Acute conjunctivitis

Cataract (without complications)

Central retinitis

Macular degeneration

Myopia (in children)


Disorders of the Mouth


Post-extraction pain



Endocrine System    

Hormonal imbalances




Gastrointestinal system

Acute duodenal ulcer (without complications)

Acute bacillary dysentery

Acute and chronic gastritis

Chronic duodenal ulcer (pain relief)


Crohn’s Disease




Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Gastric hyperacidity

Paralytic ileus

Spasms of oseophagus and cardia

Ulcerative Colitis


Immune System



Immune deficiencies

Auto Immune disease



Infectious Disease

Colds and Flu

Hepatitis C

Hepatitis B

Herpes Simplex

Bacterial infections


Respiratory system    

Acute bronchitis

Bronchial asthma

Chronic Cough 


Neurological and musculoskeletal disorders

Addiction disorders

Cervicobrachial syndrome

Facial palsy (early stage)             

Frozen shoulder


Intercostal neuralgia

Low back pain

Meniere's disease                      


Multiple Sclerosis

Neck pain

Neurogenic bladder dysfunction


Parkinson’s Disease

Pareses following a stroke            

Peripheral neuropathies                 

Post herpetic neuropathy (shingles pain)


Sequelae of poliomyelitis (early stage)

Stress disorders

Tennis elbow

Trigeminal neuralgia   


Upper Respiratory tract

Acute sinusitis               

Acute rhinitis                  

Acute tonsilitis               

Acute and chronic pharyngitis

Common Cold   


Clinical Nutrition

Clinical Nutrition

Recommendations will be made on an individual basis taking into consideration your current lifestyle and nutrition, your health concerns, any allergies and sensitivities, and your wellness goals. A specific diet may be recommended. Resources such as books, nutritional literature and recipes may be recommended or supplied to help support and guide you on your nutritional plan.

Your treatment plan will likely include nutritional supplements. Nutritional supplements may be added if you require a pharmaceutical dose of nutrient versus a typical food dose. Nutritional supplements are able to make up for nutrients which are not readily available in your diet. If your body has a difficulty with digestion or absorption, supplements are in a concentrated enough form to help your body absorb necessary nutrients. Nutritional supplements are often taken as a: chewable, capsule, tablet, or powder.


Botanical Medicine

Botanical Medicine

 Botanical medicine is a vital component of the healing arts that draws on the accumulated and developing knowledge of the medicinal properties of plants in the prevention and treatment of disease. Botanical medicine includes medical herbalism, a healing art that relies on the synergistic and curative properties of plants to treat symptoms and disease and maintain health, and pharmocognosy, the study of natural products. Botanical medicine is an important component of numerous traditional medical systems and therapies. Botanical medicine has survived for many thousands of years in some form and in all cultures throughout the world. Plants have been used since prehistoric times as medicinal remedies applied in various ways to provide relief from irritations as minor as a mosquito bite to situations as catastrophic as the plague.

Lifestyle Counseling

Lifestyle Counseling

Mental attitudes and emotions are important factors in overall health and should be considered when treating illness and disease. Naturopathic physicians are trained in various counseling techniques and offers support for those dealing with work-related stress, relationship issues, life transitions, and health problems, particularly chronic health problems. Whether making a life transition or dealing with the everyday stress of the modern world, we believe in the power of counseling and support to encourage emotional growth and balance.



Naturopathic Physical Medicine

Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic Physical Medicine provides a philosophical naturopathic perspective, as well as practical clinical applications, for manual and physical approaches to health care. A wide range of bodywork and movement approaches and modalities are evaluated in relation to their ability to be appropriately used in naturopathic treatment and rehabilitation settings. The model of care emphasized recognizes that naturopathically oriented therapeutic interventions usually focus on achieving one or all of the following: enhancement of function so that the person, system or part, can better self-regulate in response to adaptive demands; modification or removal of adaptive load factors; and symptomatic relief without creation of significant additional adaptive changes.




Homeopathy, or homeopathic medicine, is a medical philosophy and practice based on the idea that the body has the ability to heal itself.  Homeopathic medicine views symptoms of illness as normal responses of the body as it attempts to regain health. Based on the idea that "like cures like." That is, if a substance causes a symptom in a healthy person, giving the person a very small amount of the same substance may cure the illness. In theory, a homeopathic dose enhances the body's normal healing and self-regulatory processes.




Acupuncture involves the insertion of extremely thin needles through your skin at strategic points on your body. A key component of traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture is most commonly used to treat pain.

Traditional Chinese medicine explains acupuncture as a technique for balancing the flow of energy or life force — known as qi or chi (CHEE) — believed to flow through pathways (meridians) in your body. By inserting needles into specific points along these meridians, acupuncture practitioners believe that your energy flow will re-balance.

In contrast, many Western practitioners view the acupuncture points as places to stimulate nerves, muscles and connective tissue. Some believe that this stimulation boosts your body's natural painkillers and increases blood flow.