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Dr Richard Nahas shares from Canada his Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Experience
Dr Richard Nahas is an LDN prescriber from Ottawa in Canada specialising in Brain Function and Brain Health.
Dr Nahas practices in Ottawa, Canada at the Seekers Centre. He was an ER doctor for 5 years and in 2004 was involved in dealing with the SARS outbreak. He traveled extensively to other countries to observe the varied medical systems.
For the past 12 years he has specialized in brain function and brain health. He explains how he does functional brain assessments through QEEG tests combined with observations of other neuropathic complaints.
He has utilized LDN for a decade, and describes the various ways brain and nerve damage affects our health. This interview touches on Chronic Regional Pain syndrome, Neuroplasticity, and pain thresholds. He explains how pain is related to sleep disorders, inflammation, mood, injuries and diseases.
This is a summary of Dr Richard Nahas’ interview. Please listen to the rest of Dr Nahas’ story by clicking on the video above.