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Join Dr Ron Cherubino, co-host Tim Horton and the chiropractic and holistic health specialists of Cherubino Health Center, for an alternative medicine perspective on health and wellness.

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Nov 3, 2007

Hope Through Alternative And Integrative Medicine

Stuck in a medical quandary, dependent on drugs, been told that there is no relief, no cure? Tune into this podcast of highlights from the Ask Dr. Ron Radio Show.  Dr. Ron discusses the vital differences between Holistic medicine and Western medicine.  In large part it's all in the approach, the way we see it determines the way in which we respond.


Infomercial or valuable information?  You be the judge!

Don't be fooled by Dr. Ron’s gentle approach and kind voice, he’s on the warpath!  He's looking for the sick and dying, the hopeless and suffering. He's armed with over 25 years of hands-on experience, proven natural health-care concepts and treatment methods that will be a godsend to those in need.

Be forewarned this information is not for the faint of heart, close minded or worshipers of Western medicine.  It is a balanced approach which seeks to find natural answers to health and disease before resorting to drugs and surgery.

Dr. Ron Cherubino: "I'm done with trying to tread lightly around the American medical system.  It's broken.  This is clear from the number of people suffering from chronic "incurable" conditions.  It is mean-spirited and outrageous for our current medical system to maintain a closed mind to other systems of healing.  For us it's all about relieving human suffering, distress, despair and hopelessness.  My colleagues and I have earnestly endeavored to maintain a world-class natural health-care clinic and are always looking for ways to provide people with information, services and products that will educate, empower, and serve them. If I see a person that's drowning I don't just tell them that I have an answer to their dilemma, rather, I give them a life jacket as well.  So let the weak minded continue to view what we do with suspicion while we continue to locate and attempt to rescue as many drowning people as possible.?