• Physician’s Advocate

    Integrative Clinical Resources, Inc. knows about the challenges of being a physician, and especially being a physician in a private practice.  That’s why ICR advocates for physicians first! We strive to provide the best value at the lowest cost. . . because physicians have earned that right. Integrative Clinical Resources, Inc. is an S-Corp based Continue Reading

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  • Video Publishing

    We produce educational and promotional videos for YouTube and other on-line media.

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  • Health Education

    Through health education and public forums, Integrative Clinical Resources touches many lives.  The most important are our children.  Reaching them and giving them the support and education they need is our only true legacy.

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  • Book Publishing

    “Integrative Clinical Resources, Inc. is dedicated to public wellness, health literacy, the elimination of health disparities, and the welfare of the community at large through health education. “ Tattoos: Should I or Shouldn’t I? (ICR copyright 2011) Teens, Tattoos, & Piercings: The health & social impact of permanent body art. (ICR copyright 2012) Teens, Tattoos, & Continue Reading

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  • Website Management

     Integrative Clinical Resources, Inc. has built a strong presence in the market simply by being mindful of shrinking resources in a competitive medical marketplace. Medcert.com, a internal medicine board certification review site has been managed by ICR for the past five years, and growing its user subscriptions exponentially by market testing, spear-heading peer level customer Continue Reading

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Degenerative Brain Diseases

Degenerative Brain DiseasesDegenerative Brain Diseases . . . like Alzheimer’s disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Huntington’s disease, and Parkinson’s disease, among many others — affect more than 45 million people worldwide.  These diseases often affect older adults and are characterized by a progressive deterioration of nerve cells in the brain leading to decreased and deteriorating function, and ultimately death. While many of these diseases are not curable, most are treatable. Seeing your neurologist and taking advantage of the many new medications can turn a terminal disease into a manageable disorder.

Medications for Degenerative Brain Diseases like Alzheimer’s Disease, for example, have changed the landscape for many patients and allowed them to stay in their homes, and in the community as productive, vibrant individuals!

Check out this video and the information reviewed.

For information on Amytrophic Lateral Sclerosis go HERE.

Written by Dr Greg Hall

Gregory Hall, MD is a physician, author, speaker, inventor, professor, and public health professional. He strives to improve the quality of medical care through fair disclosure, quality care, and an honest approach to patients and their families.