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Dr. Shivinder Deol MD is board certified in Family Medicine and Anti-Aging & Regenerative Medicine. Dr. Deol has served the Bakersfield, California, community as medical director of the Anti-Aging & Wellness Center for over 35 years. He specializes in integrative, preventive, and family medicine as a primary care provider. Dr. Deol received undergraduate training at a private boarding school in India before studying medicine at the premier Armed Forces Medical College in Pune, India. He did internship at the Military Hospital in Roorkee, India, and residency at the University of Tennessee and Saint Francis Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. He received postgraduate training in family medicine, psychiatry, and internal medicine, and earned board certification in family practice 3 times. Dr. Deol strongly believes that the human body is amazing in its ability to reverse many health challenges and heal itself given the right environment and nutritional support. He recommends “put in the body what the body is made of” and “remove from the body what it is not made of”. By treating the actual cause of diseases rather than symptoms alone, can reduce risk factors of serious diseases like heart attacks, strokes, and cancer.
Dawn Ipsen, PharmD is owner and pharmacist of Clark’s Compounding Pharmacy in Bellevue, WA and Kusler’s Compounding Pharmacy in Snohomish, WA. Dawn graduated from the University of Washington with a Doctorate of Pharmacy in 2001 where she received the Dean’s Outstanding Service Award. She holds memberships with International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists and Washington State Pharmacy Association. She is a Clinical Instructor for the University of Washington School of Pharmacy and an Affiliate Faculty Member for Bastyr University. She is a Pharmacist Preceptor for Washington State and teaches Doctorate of Pharmacy students. She was named Professional Compounding Centers of America Pharmacist of the Month in 2016 and Washington State Distinguished Young Pharmacist of the Year in 2011. Dawn has presented on the topic of pharmaceutical compounding to physician, patient, and peer groups. She is dedicated to helping her community find solutions to medication problems through personalized medication therapies.
Dr. Masoud Rashidi, Pharm.D. Graduated in 2004 from Western University of Health Sciences with Doctor of Pharmacy Degree. He then pursued his career as a pharmacist with Long' Drugs. Soon after, in 2007 Drs Anna and Masoud Rashidi opened their own Compounding Pharmacy in Folsom, Ca. with one goal in mind, how to better serve the community. Since then they have expanded their pharmacy several times and now serving entire state of California. Dr. Rashidi has been dispensing LDN since 2007 and has done a lot of research and educated physicians and patients in the field of compounding and LDN.
I was born in Kenya and now live in Scottish Highlands with my wife Mandy and I run an organisation called Alcohol Recovery Scotland. I am 52 and was an ex-drug user during my 20 & 30’s. My wife and I ran a business near Edinburgh for 20 years and after the bank collapse in 2019 which destroyed our business, I started working in a homeless night shelter for 40 men and women. Most had severe addiction issues from heroin, legal highs and obviously alcohol. From there I moved to the Scottish Highlands to take on a job as a manager of a 10 man residential alcohol and drug rehab centre. We ran a 12 step abstinence programme. When funding ran out and we closed, I moved into another management job in another rehab centre, 1 hour away. During my time at the second rehab centre, I spent over a year trying to raise the funds to restart the original centre but had no joy. Here in UK there are no funds available for such projects due to the high cost. I began a search for other models of recovery that would be cheaper, sustainable long term and that had the same or higher success rates. I found a You Tube video by Claudia Christian and after researching The Sinclair Method, I began working with clients using the programme and the medication, Naltrexone. To cut a long story short I have now received funding from a fantastic source and we are in discussions with the funders on the possibility of rolling out The Sinclair Method (TSM) all over Scotland to help individuals caught in alcohol addiction. We are seeing huge success with our clients, far and beyond all the success we had in the rehab centres.
Misty Rushing is a CRNA (nurse anesthesiologist) and a Functional Medicine Advocate. She has been dealing with chronic illness since contracting lyme disease from a known tick bite in 2009. In 2010, she was diagnosed with lupus but later learned she had lyme disease after being tested. Doxycycline antibiotic and herbal tinctures were used to treat the lyme disease putting lupus into remission. In 2012 she experienced new symptoms including shortness of breath, severe fatigue and irritability. In March 2013 she was diagnosed with severe Pulmonary Hypertension secondary to Limited Systemic Sclerosis or Scleroderma. She became disabled and oxygen dependent overnight and told she had 5-10 years to live. Conventional medicine stabilized her but it was Functional Medicine that truly helped her recover. She started sharing her research on social media which led to the formation of a Facebook group called Scleroderma and Functional Medicine. Using her medical background as a nurse and anesthetist along with her insatiable desire to continue learning, she curates content and provides resources to the Scleroderma patient community free of charge. She began using LDN in 2017 to help halt the progression of Scleroderma and has experienced great results. She encourages everyone diagnosed with scleroderma to consider it as a therapeutic treatment.
Sherry shares her experience of LDN for Lupus, Degenerative Arthritis and Fibromyalgia