Are you seeking a natural, drug-free yet effective method for treating AD(H)D, moodiness, anxiety or depression?

At Perlis Wellness Center, we evaluate the underlying causes of symptoms that lie at the core of why you or your loved one may be attention-deficit, experience sadness, irritability, perfectionism, chronic fatigue, anxiety, moodiness, trouble concentrating, sleeplessness, phobias, panic attacks, etc. 

Earlier this year, Dr. Cheryl Perlis attended the Walsh Research Institute's Physician Education Workshop, led by internationally recognized biochemical and nutritional scientist, William J. Walsh, PhD, FACN, of the Walsh Research Institute.  Over his thirty-five year career, Dr. Walsh developed an advanced nutrient therapy system based on evidence-based research for a non-profit clinic which saw over 30,000 patients seeking biochemical support for imbalances underlying their behavioral, learning, and mental disorders.  His system is currently used by hundreds of physicians around the world.  Over 30,000 patients with learning, behavioral and mental disorders have reported improvement of their condition using targeted, advanced nutrient therapy. Dr. Perlis continues to advance her knowledge and skills in Dr. Walsh's protocols by participating in a highly regarded, biochemical physician-specialist mentorship program.

For more information, please visit the Biochemical Individuality & Imbalances page.


Candidates for Metabolic Testing and Advanced Nutrient Therapy include persons who suffer from:

· Depression (including postpartum)
· Anxiety
· Moodiness
· ADD/ADHD
· "Brain fog"
· Poor concentration
· Poor memory
· Difficulty falling asleep
· Poor stress management
· Obsessive/compulsive tendencies
· History of perfectionism
· Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
· Fibromyalgia
· Eating disorders
· Migraines
· Panic Attacks
· Menstrual irregularity
· PMS  


Resources:

www.walshinstitute.org
www.pyroluriatesting.com

www.samanthagilbert.com 
www.alternativementalhealth.com
www.nutritional-healing.com.au
www.foodforthebrain.org