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Chronic Skin Lesion: Before and After Results with ANF Therapy

A lesion is an area of tissue that has been damaged through injury or disease, so a skin lesion is an area of injury or disease on the skin. While the definition is quite simple, understanding it can be complicated as there are many types. Skin lesions can range from few to many, from small…
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ANF Therapy: Treating the Root Cause of Skin Issues (Acne)

Acne is a skin condition which happens when a person's hair follicles get congested with dead skin cells and oil. This often causes blackheads, whiteheads or pimples. Acne usually appears in the face, chest, upper back and shoulders. Acne more commonly occurs in teenagers, though it can also affect people of all ages. Here is…
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Thinking and Brain

How does thinking occur in our brain? And how to improve our mental health? What's a thought Brains are mysterious. We'll know the fact that our brain controls every simple thing in our body, and controls also which is mainly important the mental activities including thinking process, but have you ever stopped for a second…
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Testimonial: The Power of ANF

ANF Therapy has helped a lot of people with various symptoms and conditions. One particular case that we want to share with everyone is by a 79-year old patient. He was in excruciating pain while performing even the most basic everyday stuff, sitting down and standing up from a chair. He could hardly walk with…
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Lupus Pain and Inflammation

Lupus is an auto-immune chronic disease wherein you own immune system becomes hyperactive and attacks your otherwise healthy and normal tissues. In this case, the immune system is not able to recognize the difference between the body's antigens and healthy tissue. Unable to differentiate between the two, antibodies also attacks the body's healthy tissue instead…
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Torn ACL & Subluxing Patella

ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) sprain or tear is one of the most common knee injuries (sports-related or otherwise). Three bones meet to form a knee joint: thighbone (femur), shinbone (tibia) and kneecap (patela). To provide protection, the kneecap sits in front of the joint. At the same time, there are also ligaments which hold bones…
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