Men hate going to the doctor. Typically, their spouse nags them and when they finally make the appointment, the news is not good.
What if you had a doctor that was educated and trained to treat symptoms but after years of clinical and personal experience decided to approach medicine differently?
According to Dr. Constantine A. Kotsanis, MD, Director of the Kotsanis Institute, “men have been taught to internalize their aches, pains, worries and stresses until the pressures impact their sleep and immune system.”
“A whole body balanced approach is imperative to men’s heath. A few subtle changes in nutrition, diet and health habits can make a huge impact on a man’s health, energy level and his quality of sleep." he added.
Learn why you want more in a doctor than a prescription pad
- Nutrition, diet and supplements and it's impact on mens health
- Sleep, stress and the immune system
- How to increase energy and stamina
- Why complementing traditional medicine make sense for men
Learn about cutting edge alternative therapies
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- How to get the benefits of exercise without exercising
The Kotsanis Institute
2260 Pool Road
http://kotsanisinstitute.com | email@example.com
Dr. Constantine A. Kotsanis MD complements traditional medicine with functional medicine and nutrition to optimize health, wellness, and the anti-aging process.
Dr. Kotsanis specialties include Insulin Potentiation Targeted Low Dose Therapy (IPTLDSM) in the treatment of Cancer, Comprehensive Cancer Care & AfterCare, Autism, Hormone Imbalances, Allergies, Digestive Disorders, Chronic Fatigue and Chronic Disorders.
The Kotsanis Institute is located located in Grapevine, Texas - close to Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)
Dr. Kotsanis’ practice integrates elements of both mainstream and complementary medicine. This practice know as integrative medicine embraces principals and treatment methods which may or may not be accepted or embraced by conventional medicine providers, individual physicians or other health care institutions.