San Francisco Natural Medicine is currently offering NAD+ IV therapy, shown to have a potential healing effect on certain debilitating neurodegenerative conditions, such as Parkinson’s Disease (PD), Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) or Multiple Sclerosis (MS).Read More
SFNM is now offering NAD+ IV therapy. As systemic NAD+ levels naturally decline as you get older, NAD+ IV therapy can help you regain some of your energy and slow down/reverse the aging process. It is also effective in treating anxiety, depression, insomnia, pain and inflammation, as well as autoimmune and neurodegenerative diseases.Read More
Ah, summer is here which means warm weather and clear skies, but not necessarily clear skin. Heat, sweat, sugary foods and lathered up sunscreen can be a recipe for an acne disaster. Whether you are people-watching in Dolores Park, picnicking in Crissy Field or surfing at Ocean Beach—here are five tips for preventing acne flare-ups.Read More
Inflammation is one of the body’s natural ways of protecting itself. It includes many chemical responses that help fight off infections, heal tissues and generate pain so we know something needs to be attended to. However, unresolved injuries, chronic infection and stress, environmental toxins and a diet high in inflammatory foods, contribute to chronic inflammation which can lead to chronic pain and illness.
Dr. Claire Graser, ND works at San Francisco Medicine to bring wellness into patients’ lives with naturopathic medicine. Call 415-643-6600 to schedule a free, 15-minute consultation with Dr. Graser to learn how you can benefit from naturopathic medicine or visit our website at www.SFnatmed.com for more information.Read More
As a naturopathic doctor, I’m often asked, “What are the most common conditions you treat?” I’ve found this question difficult to answer, since NDs are primary care providers and see people with a wide range of health issues, such as acute and chronic pain and injuries, illnesses, and hormonal imbalances as well as for prevention. But, as I think about this question, I realize that a very common condition I treat is part of many other common acute and chronic diseases. That condition is inflammation.