Meet Ben. Ben was a vibrant young man, surfing around the world and enjoying his life when his health mysteriously began to deteriorate. Years went by as he navigated the medical field and searched for answers to his debilitating illness. Fortunately, his healing journey led him to our clinic where he regained his health. Today he serves as a beacon of hope for others.
“I went in and it was a really great experience for me because it was the first time somebody looked at me as a whole person. It had always been, ‘You have Lyme. This is the condition. These are the treatments.’ No one was looking at me as a whole, but I felt like NYCIM did. And that made me feel that at least they care about figuring out the whole puzzle.”
“It’s just a lifestyle change and a way of looking at problems. And the funny thing is, I am now an advocate of this. I’m talking and telling people about it. The thing that I think that I struggle with is why this medicine isn’t more in the forefront?”
“At NYCIM it was ‘this is what you have and this is exactly what we’re going to do and this is tailored to you. This is your personalized treatment plan and no, you don’t have to do IVs for the rest of your life,’ because that’s kind of the road I was on. So it felt like for the first time ever, all of the questions I had were answered.”
Being a documentary maker, Frazer knew how to tell other’s stories. When it came to his own healing story, that was a bit more difficult. After years of searching for the cause of his chronic fatigue a chance encounter with the medical team at NYCIM led him to discover a dental infection was the culprit. He went on to produce the documentary ‘Root Cause’ based off his story and shed a light on the dangers of root canals and hidden dental infections.
“At the New York Center for Innovative Medicine, I can feel a sense of hope, not just that my body is always working to heal itself, but that my journey through healing is itself a restoration in trust and love.”
“NYCIM helped me find wellness and balance. I am so thankful to have this knowledge that I can share with my children and keep them healthy, too.”