How Dr. Scott Can Help Your Man (and How to Bring it Up)

How Dr. Scott Can Help Your Man (and How to Bring it Up)

Women are caregivers by nature. We want to be sure that those around us are healthy and living life to the fullest. So when the men in our lives need some help and guidance for staying healthy, we feel a burden to bring this to their attention. Dr. Scott shares your concern for men’s health. His procedures and wellness plans have helped many men throughout the years and can help your man, too. How can Dr. Scott help your man? Weight loss and maintenance It’s no surprise that obesity does a number on a man’s health. Overweight people may be more prone to type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, sleep apnea, and osteoarthritis just to name a few potential problems. Dr. Scott has several different plans for weight loss. Dr. Scott works with each client individually to see which weight loss program would be right for them.  Some men have success on the HCG plan. Others respond well to an appetite suppressant. When working with a patient, Dr. Scott always includes a plan for weight loss maintenance as well. Erectile dysfunction The P-Shot®, which stands for Priapus Shot, can help your man get and keep an erection. In addition, the P-Shot® can help him achieve an orgasm of increased intensity. Although the physical symptoms of erectile dysfunction may be obvious to you, what your man may not tell you is the emotional consequences erectile dysfunction has. Your man is facing a blow to his self-esteem and confidence. The part of his life where previously he could draw strength and release from has become a source of...
A Better Way to Solve the Hair Loss Problem

A Better Way to Solve the Hair Loss Problem

Hair Loss When a man is facing hair loss, he experiences a blow to his self-esteem and self-image especially if he was fond of his style. Other men don’t seem to mind. Either way, it’s perfectly acceptable in our society for a man with hair loss to simply shave his head and no one thinks anymore about it. But when a woman is facing hair loss, she does not have that socially acceptable option. So she experiences the blow to her self-confidence and spends a lot of time covering up the problem only to be left with the constant worry that someone is going to notice. Some try home remedies or messy creams that stop working as soon as you stop using them. Others try hair extensions, but some hair is too thin to even support the extensions. There is a better way for both women and men to naturally regrow their own beautiful healthy hair. PRP technology, or Platelet Rich Plasma, is a tried and true method of helping your own cells regrow and become rejuvenated. How does it work? Platelet Rich Plasma begins with your own blood. Then the blood is processed to concentrate the growth factors. The growth factors are then injected back into your body to boost the production of healthy cells. Just like adding fertilizer to your garden boosts the growth of your plants and produces a bountiful harvest, adding your own concentrated growth factors into your own scalp boosts the growth of your own hair.   Because the method uses blood to bring the hair growth back to life, the process is nicknamed...
Get Rid of Women’s Urinary Incontinence Without Side Effects or Pain

Get Rid of Women’s Urinary Incontinence Without Side Effects or Pain

Did you ever take your kids to the trampoline park? Or perhaps you have one in your backyard? Did your kids ever ask you to jump with them, but you had to refuse? Did you ever say “no” to a friend and invent excuses when she invited you on a run? What about watching a funny movie? Ever have to push pause mid-laugh to visit the restroom? Although it is not often talked about openly, women’s urinary incontinence, the involuntary loss of urine, is experienced by a vast number of women. So many women are needlessly sidelined from activities they love and want to do with others. Urinary Incontinence Solutions When a woman does finally decide the problem is bad enough to discuss with her doctor, the doctor may first recommend limiting the amounts of fluids she drinks. Kegel exercises and regular bathroom breaks are also suggested. But these recommendations do not always fix the problem. Some women decide to take medication. But medication means side effects such as dry mouth, constipation, or worse. Still, others opt for surgery which means pain, recovery time, time off of work and other daily activities. But now there is a better way to solve the problem of women’s urinary incontinence. The O-Shot The O-Shot, also known as the Orgasm Shot, has proven effective time and time again to recapture a woman’s sex drive and regain her ability to achieve orgasms. This same O-Shot is also effective for women’s urinary incontinence since it strengthens the same muscle group. How does the O-Shot work? The O-Shot begins with drawing a small amount of blood...
Struggling with Weight Loss? The Sooner You Know About Lipo-B Injections, the Better

Struggling with Weight Loss? The Sooner You Know About Lipo-B Injections, the Better

Millions of people this month are resolving that this will be the year to lose weight and keep it off. They want to look great and to feel great. Most of these people have tried to lose weight before with little to no results. Sometimes lack of progress is due to a lack of self-discipline. But how can you explain the lack of results when the person is doing all the right things (diet, exercise, sleeping well, etc)? It could be that there is an underlying internal issue preventing the body from losing weight. For example, your liver may be processing your fat too slowly. When it comes to controlling body fat, the liver is the main organ doing the work. When the liver is working quickly to decrease fat deposits and increase the body’s metabolism, you will lose fat. In addition, your weight loss will be easier to maintain. What can encourage your liver to speed up the processing of fats? The Lipo-B Injection can. The Lipo-B is so named because it contains both lipotropic substances and Vitamin B12. What is a lipotropic substance? A lipotropic substance is a nutrient that decreases the deposit of fat within the liver. In the Lipo-B Injection, there is a blend of three lipotropic nutrients. Choline helps transport fat and cholesterol from the body. Methionine is a sulfur-containing amino acid. It prevents excess fat buildup in the liver. Inositol is part of the B vitamin complex. In addition to metabolizing fats, it affects serotonin which controls mood and appetite. What does the “B” in Lipo-B stand for? The “B” stands for Vitamin...
5 Different Ways to Win at Weight Loss in the New Year

5 Different Ways to Win at Weight Loss in the New Year

Tammy is looking the new year in the face like she has every other year with the same resolution in her heart. Her desire is to lose weight and keep it off for good! She has lost weight in the past, but it’s always come back. Sometimes she was not able to keep up with her exercise plan since she was exhausted from all her daily responsibilities. Sometimes the diets she tried were not sustainable or practical for her lifestyle. But for 2017, Tammy is determined that she WILL lose weight and keep it off. But she still isn’t sure how to do it. It seems like dieting and exercising on her own is not enough. Have you been in Tammy’s shoes? Maybe you feel that way right now as you are formulating your personal goals for 2017. Having guidance and support can go a long way for weight loss. And so can having a plan that goes deeper than diet and exercise to encourage your body’s natural systems to maximize weight loss. Here are five different strategies to help you win at weight loss: Appetite Suppressants Do you ever feel like you could have more success in weight loss if you didn’t have to fight a constant ache of hunger? A prescription appetite suppressant can quiet your body’s crying for excessive food so that you can have the confidence to say no to overeating. Coupled with eating less and exercising more, appetite suppressants can give you mental focus for your weight loss goals. Dr. Scott’s HCG diet Very low-level doses of HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) reprograms the body to...
Healthy Skin and How to Get It

Healthy Skin and How to Get It

What is the largest organ of your body? It’s not something inside you, but something all over you. It’s your skin! We don’t often think of our skin as a vital organ of our body, but it is the first layer of defense between your internal workings and the environment around you. Your skin also regulates your body temperature and gives you your sense of touch. November is National Healthy Skin Month.  This month is the perfect time to evaluate the care of your skin. What are you doing to keep it healthy? Protection Even if you have not taken care of your skin before, it’s never too late to prevent further damage and protect what you have. Wear helmets or knee or elbow pads when skating or biking. Take care when cooking and baking not to burn your skin. Protect your skin from the harmful rays of the sun. This can be done through sunscreen, hats, or staying in the shade especially when the sun is at its peak in the sky. Stay out of the tanning bed. Its light harms your skin, too. Prevention Put out the smoke. Smoking ruins collagen and elastin which is what keeps your skin taught and firm. Moisturize your skin. Be careful not to use heavily perfumed soaps that strip your skin of its natural oils. Be gentle when toweling off after a shower. Give the water from your shower a chance to soak into your skin to keep it moist. Eat a plant-based, Paleo diet. Cut out dairy, gluten, sugar, and excess alcohol. These food cause inflammation in the body which...
Staying Intentional in the Season of Sweets

Staying Intentional in the Season of Sweets

October starts the month of one sugar-laden celebration after another. Halloween candy is followed by pies at Thanksgiving followed by Christmas cookies and eggnog.  Just as you turn the calendar to a new year, there is Valentine’s Day staring you in the face. In between all these celebrations, you may need to squeeze in a couple of birthday cakes and donuts at the office. Weight loss and weight management can be a real struggle this season. What can you do to be intentional during this season of sweets? No Leftovers If you are the one purchasing the candy or sweets for your family, eliminate them or cut back to a reasonable amount. Think about how much each person should really have in a serving and only buy that much. It is not a benefit to anyone to plan to have leftovers of sweets. Donate Extra Halloween Candy Thought you would have 100 trick or treaters and only had 27? What will you do with the leftover candy? There are many charities out there that accept candy for troops overseas. Look one up in your area before Trick or Treat night so that you have a plan already for the excess of candy. If there isn’t one in your area, try a local food bank. If all else fails, you could simply throw it away. Review Your Holiday Menu Sugar doesn’t just appear on the dessert table. Ever see how much brown sugar is in a recipe for sweet potato casserole? Or do those sweet potatoes really need marshmallows on top? Fat can also be in excess on the holiday...
A New School Year for Them: A New Start for You

A New School Year for Them: A New Start for You

You made it! You’ve made it through the summer with the kids at home and lived to tell about it!  You made it through vacation planning, packing, and adventures. You’ve made it through having your kids at home 24/7 which turns you into a full-time referee both of screen time and of one kid against the other. You’ve had lots of late nights, late mornings, and late meals (if you call popcorn and watermelon at 9:00 a meal!)   But now the summer is behind you. As you send your kids off to a new school year, you get a new start, too. It’s time to take quality care of yourself! Take advantage of this season of the calendar year and intentionally make a plan so that you can be the best you. Eating Well: Since meal planning changes with the start of a new school year, this is a great time to eat more healthily. A simple step towards eating well is increasing your fruit and vegetable intake. As you are packing your child’s lunch complete with fruits and veggies, set aside the same for yourself so you are not tempted later in the day to simply eat the cookies in the pantry and call it lunch. Dinners will need to be quick and easy too, in between soccer, dance, and homework. Have a salad always ready to go in the fridge so that there are easily accessible vegetables. Make sure your freezer is stocked with easy to warm up frozen veggies. In September, there is still plenty of fresh local produce available. No fast food is as...

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