Office visits and video consultations are available for children and adult health issues. Dr. Randy's focus in health care is always to strengthen the patient by stimulating and reinforcing the innate healing ability of the body, resulting in an increased state of health.
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Dr. Randy has practiced homeopathy and Oriental medicine for over 30 years, specializing in child health care. He has devoted his professional life to writing books about children's health, teaching workshops, training practitioners, and curing patients. More details »
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This year another nasty cough season could disrupt winter plans. This viral illness can last for weeks, but there is a plan to cut it short. First of all prevention. Be sure to take a vitamin D supplement, preferably one that also contains vitamin K2. The dosage range is 2,000 IU for preschoolers, 5,000 for […]
Are you doing everything you can to maintain your health? Your family depends on you staying healthy. They expect you to take care of them. So don’t get sick and don’t acquire any chronic illnesses. This requires two levels of prevention: immune support and long term care. A healthy lifestyle will support both levels of […]
Another school year for kids and parents, and we recognize the patterns and flow of school life. For young children this entails social interactions with friends, getting used to schedules, and becoming engaged in learning. This is such a complicated process filled with excitement, inspiration, and frustrations. It involves recognizing the priorities of academics, hobbies, […]
Colic or reflux is characterized by prolonged crying, spitting up after feeding, arching the back, rumbling tummy, and expulsion of gas. Symptoms tend to be worse in the evening, after eating, and when lying down. Often these symptoms begin two to three weeks after birth and can persist for several months or sometimes even longer. […]