Dr. Kaul has been in private practice for 31 years in Mobile. He completed his undergraduate at Wichita State University. He also has a Bachelor's Degree in Human Biology, and Doctorate of Chiropractic from Logan College of Chiropractic. His post doctoral training consists of graduate studies at San Diego Spine Research Institute, and Harvard Medical School of continuing education in Neurology. Post graduate studies in mild traumatic brain injury, radiology, cervical and lumbar disc disorders, physical diagnosis, spinal bio-mechanics, and diagnosis and treatment of non-surgical spinal trauma, especially related to motor vehicle accidents.
Dr. Dixon is a native of Lucedale, Mississippi, where she still resides today with her husband and two children. She first started receiving chiropractic care as a young child. Her mother knew it would help her excel in everything that life had to offer. Dr. Dixon graduated highschool as a tri-athlete with 5 state championships. She went on to play softball in Atlanta, GA with CNN headline news. Chiropractic care contributed to her success as an athlete and drove her to her profession. Her passion is to give back to the community in the same way she has been receiving all her life.
Dr. Dixon is a graduate of Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic. Upon graduation she recieved awards from the Academy of Chiropractic Excellence and the X-Ray Roentgenology Internship Programs. She holds a diplomate with the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners. She also recieved the 5th Annual SAL Award from the Women's Business Center. Her post doctoral training consists of permanent soft tissue injuries, Spinal differentials, auto injuries, brain injuries, knee physical assessment and management of the knee, lumbar differential assessment, traumatic cervical syndrome, and spine in sports.
Her friends always say "If You Need A Fixin' Call Dr. Dixon!" Dr. Dixon continues to study and expand her awareness and abilities in many areas of holistic healthcare. She was taught by a master, many years ago, that " In order to be the master, you must always be the student - the moment you truly believe you are the master, you have no chance at being one." So, study on!
Dr Henry has been a chiropractic physician for 47 years. He also offers nutritional testing at our location. Please call if you have any questions. Here is some information on the NDIS system.
NDIS was developed over the past 25 years. Dr. Henry received a patent from the US Patent Office in 1990 for his testing system. NDIS is a computer aided nutritional evaluation system that registers changes in body temperature when a specific nutrient is tested. Over 70 different nutrients and nutraceutical formulations are tested, giving a very comprehensive analysis of your body's nutritional needs.
How NDIS Works
Since the digestion of food begins in the mouth with the intake of carbohydrates, fats, and protein, the process produces heat. When food or a nutritional supplement is placed and held on the tongue, the retro olfactory (back of throat) stimulates the hypothalamus in the brain. The hypothalamus controls body temperature and is known to contain feeding the satiety centers. The accuracy of NDIS technology relies on a monitoring process the measures the response of the hypothalamus to temperature changes the 100th of a degree increments as each of the 71 test nutrients are introduced. The testing procedure involves attaching the temperature probe under the arm to measure the temperature changes. This biofeedback instrument is then linked to a computer by a fiber optic cable. After waiting 27 to 35 minutes to synchronize the patient’s baseline temperature with NDIS, the actual test procedure begins with the placement of a food supplement, mineral, tissue extract, or photochemical on the tongue for 1 ½ minutes. A voice-activated prompt tells the patient to remove and discard the item and take a sip of water to clear and carryover or residual effect before testing the next nutrient. NDIS is simple because the patient self-administers the test with occasional oversight by a staff member. After the patient spits out the test nutrient, the NDIS computer software takes approximately another 1 ½ minutes to analyze the result before testing begins for the next nutrient. As an interesting side note, one of the most difficult challenges in the developments of NDIS was working out how to avoid any nutrient or temperature carryover proceeding from the test item to subsequent test items. This was the most difficult part of the research and it took years of trial and error to obtain accuracy of NDIS. To insure accuracy, the patented NDIS software is designed to sample the patient’s temperature changes every 5 seconds for each test nutrient. The result of the 15 second mark determines whether NDIS extends monitoring from 3 minutes to 3.5 minutes before moving on to the test the next supplement. For example, if the 15 second mark registers an obvious variation of temperature change, and extra ½ minute carry-over from particular nutrient is less likely to occur. As testing proceeds from one nutrient to the subsequent nutrient, NDIS software keeps track of two elements: 1) which specific supplement the hypothalamus responds to and 2) the level of response or the “excitement factor.” For measurement purposes, responses are divided in 1/100th of a degree and a deficiency excitement response can be as little as 3/100 of a degree or 3 units. Once the test is completed, it is simply a matter of prescribing the supplements which procedure the “most excitement factor” in the patient.
If you would like more information, please visit the Wellspring NDIS website or call our office to set up a free consultation.
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