Our clinical evaluation integrates standard diagnostic methods together with an approach we call Functional Medicine. This is a holistic method that seeks to combine standard medical therapies with techniques of alternative medicine doctors to maximize support for the body's natural healing systems.

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  City Springfield, NJ
  Zip Code 07081
  Address 105 Morris Avenue # 200
  Phone Number (973) 218-9191

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I have retired as of September 1, 2017. You may contact us with medical record requests until September 7, 2017 at 908-273-7770. After September 7, 2017 you can send a request to Richard N. Podell, MD, 11 Overlook Road, Suite 140, Summit, NJ 07901. Edwina S. King, Ph. D, APN will be continuing her practice located at 53 Kossuth Street, Somerset, NJ. She can be reached at (732) 565-9225. If interested, please see my recommendations for other experts in the field of Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia.

Adding natural alternative treatments for depression, natural anxiety treatments and stress management techniques can make a big difference in your life. Dr. Podell can help you understand your options for alternative treatments for depression, natural anxiety treatments and stress management techniques. Why are natural depression treatments, stress management techniques and anxiety treatments likely to be more effective treatments than just standard therapies alone? Our approach adds to standard therapies for depression, stress management, and anxiety, the often over-looked elements of natural healing, including nutrition, herbal and mind-body therapies.

Low blood sugar or hypoglycemia symptoms typically worsen several hours after a meal. Scientific studies show that there's much more to hypoglycemia symptoms and hypoglycemia treatments than just low blood sugar. The adrenal stress hormones, adrenalin, and cortisol, are critically involved. In fact, most hypoglycemia symptoms are caused not by low blood sugar per se, but by an over-reaction of adrenalin and cortisol discharge-part of the body's defense against blood sugar falling too low. A broad holistic approach to hypoglycemia treatments provides the best results.

Which of the low blood sugar diets are best for your individual needs? Each version of the hypoglycemia diet has its pros and cons. When we see patients in the office, we helping you select which diet is best for your individual needs. Surprisingly we find that for about 80% of our patients with hypoglycemia the best hypoglycemia diets are those that are relatively high in total carbohydrates, but very low in sugar and most grains. Instead take your carbs almost all from colored fruits, vegetables, berries, and selected, coarse whole grains.