New Hope Medical Center, Inc.
8390 E. Via de Ventura, Suite F-204
Scottsdale, AZ 85258
Phone (480) 556-0182
Fax (480) 556-0175
The staff and physicians at New Hope Medical Center feel the immune system is your first and last defense against disease and prevention is always the best “cure” for any illness. Dr. Fredda Branyon, Director, feels that a physician should never just treat the symptoms of the illness, but treat the individual as a whole. Dr. Ronald Peters, MD, MPH, has also joined the New Hope team, reinforcing New Hope Medical Center’s commitment to offer its patients an aggressive, non-invasive approach to the treatment of cancer and other auto-immune diseases. Dr. Peters has 15 years of experience in integrative medicine and nutritional biochemistry, with special emphasis in the treatment and prevention of chronic disease. He has written a book titled Edgework, Exploring the Psychology of Disease (in publication) which reviews the mind/body connection and offers detailed exercises for psychological healing to enhance treatment for physical disease.
New Hope Medical Center’s approach is complimentary to traditional medicine and consists of an aggressive immune boosting protocol, which includes detoxification of the body and liver, dietary changes, enhancement of natural enzymes, and restoration of natural flora in the intestine and colon. Intravenous Vitamin C is used to assist in building the body’s immune system to support the body’s own natural healing process. They use orthomolecular approaches, chelation therapy, oral supplementation, immune system support, nutrition protocols, and an integrated approach that includes homeopathy, live cell therapy, thyroid function therapy, heavy metal detoxification, far infrared sauna, and prevention counseling. New Hope Medical Center also offers seminars and classes designed to increase the awareness of the benefits of a healthy immune system.
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