How Do I Become a New Patient?
Ever ask yourself...
How do I buy the best supplements for my money?
Since 1995, Total Health Nutrition Center, Inc., (THNC) has been researching the supplement marketplace for the best formulas and providing CCIM patients with affordable, high-quality supplements. Our store is also open to the general public. Other services available are Nutritional Education and Meridian Stress Assessment or MSA. Click on the link below for more details.
CONTACT INFORMATIONTotal Health Nutrition Center
4505 Fair Meadow Lane, Ste. 111A
Raleigh, NC 27607
The Carolina Center
Founded in 1994, the Carolina Center for Integrative Medicine assists patients of all ages in regaining their health and maintaining good health throughout their lives through proactive self care, scientifically-based complementary therapies, and preventive medicine. We believe that the best medicine involves the careful integration of conventional, complementary, and alternative therapies and that this approach will lead to safer, more affordable, and more effective healthcare. We believe that the most effective health care is aimed at comprehensively addressing the unique and diverse needs of each individual. We provide a range of biologically based, innovative treatments for chronic disease as well as self-care strategies for keeping people healthy over the long term. As the oldest integrative medicine facility in the Triangle area, the Carolina Center combines complementary, alternative, and conventional therapies in a systematic way so as to establish a strong foundation for health and healing.
What's New at The Carolina Center
Intravenous Immunoglobulin Therapy Now Available!
New Uses for an Old Therapy - An Immune System Transfusion
There have been ever-increasing recommendations from many experts in the fields of chronic disease, chronic infection and immune dysfunction that physicians caring for these patients not only address underlying infections but also help restore optimal immune function especially in conventionally documentable cases. Responding these encouraging reports, the Carolina Center has begun providing intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) therapy which can generally be covered by insurance with proper validation through lab testing. This therapy can transform the response to treatment for many, especially those who have plateaued in their healing process. (See IVIG handout)
Upcoming Annual Conferences
A Busy Fall for Dr. Pittman and Staff at Annual Conferences
Dr. Pittman will attend his second training course offered by the Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs as he works toward receiving Fellowship Status. He will also attend the American Academy of Thermology’s (AAT) annual conference in Greenville, SC. upon which Dr. Pittman also serves on the Board of Directors. Then the big event for Dr. Pittman, Carrie and Younger will be the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society annual conference in Washington, DC, potentially being the largest gathering in the organizations history. The recently published ILADS Guidelines for the treatment of Tick Borne Illness will be one of the main topics for several lectures, setting a new standard of care of patient affected by this chronic condition.
Carolina Thermascan October Breast Health Special
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Carolina Thermascan is offering breast thermography at a $50 discount starting September 29th and extending to November 7th, 2014.
In The News
Breast Density and Optimal Breast Health Assessments
If you had a mammogram recently, you may have noticed a new policy concerning women with dense breasts. Read more
IV Vitamin C: A Groundswell of Research-Based Support for Cancer Therapy
In the 1970s, two-time Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling and his medical colleague James Cameron reported a fourfold increase in survival of patients with advanced cancer who had undergone treatment with high-dose intravenous (IV) vitamin C. Read more
Magnesium Bolsters Heart Health: Atrial Fibrillation, Atherosclerosis, and Heart Disease
Lack of magnesium in the diet is considered to be a risk factor for cardiovascular disease, and yet magnesium deficiencies are extremely widespread in the U.S. population. Read more
Introduction to the Carolina Center
October 30th, Thursday
Time: 1:15PM - 3:15PM
November 11th, Tuesday
Time: 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Presenter: John C. Pittman, MD
Breast Cancer Screening
Carolina Thermascan has been providing Breast Thermography since 2004.
A Thermascan is highly effective in detecting breast abnormalities and an excellent tool for breast health risk assessment.
It involves no direct contact, carries no risk or side effects. It is pain-free, non-invasive, and carries NO risk of radiation exposure.
The sensitivity is superior to that of mammography and ideal in situations where mammograms tend to be inaccurate or unsafe.
CONTACT INFORMATIONCarolina Thermascan, LLC
4505 Fair Meadow Lane, Ste. 111
Raleigh, NC 27607
Phone: (919) 781-6999 carolinathermascan.com