- Integral Medicine | Alexander Smithers M.D., A.P.2415 University Pkwy.
Sarasota, Fl. 34243941-444-6336
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2708 Garden St,
Titusville, Fl. 32796941-444-6336
- TestimonialsI would highly recommend Dr. A. Smithers if you are considering an alternative to orthopedic surgery. My shoulder has been in pain for months and after finding out I have some rotor cuff tears, I decided to pursue Prolotherapy with Dr. A. Smithers. The result so far has been outstanding!... Read more »
Dr. Alex Smithers is outstanding…a talented Dr. Who is extremely passionate about healing as well as the skills involved in rejuvenative therapies. I go to him for ozone (prolozone) and dextrose (prolotherapy) injections. Have gone to him already at least 8 times. He uses ultrasound to diagnose and monitor and... Read more »
Dr. Smithers is a wonderful doctor with a wealth of knowledge in a variety of areas. I had been suffering with a parasitic infection for a year and a half that left me with many gastrointestinal symptoms. He told me exactly how to treat it and heal my gut. I... Read more »
Alex Smithers is not only smart and so helpful with my husband and his knee problems but he helped me with my stomach issues. I would go to him before I tried any other form of medicine. Thank you Alex!!
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I had been suffering from chronic neck and shoulder pain for almost 2 decades. I tried chiropractic and acupuncture, which didn’t do anything for my pain. Using essential oils and CBD would help, but that was a temporary fix. Through an online documentary, I found this clinic in Sarasota. Meeting... Read more »
Dr Smithers is so acute and atuned to what others miss. I had been suffering with abdominal issues for over 20 years getting no help from traditional medicine. He found and correctly treated the issue. Words cannot describe the quality of life that has been restored to me. He’s very... Read more »
Thank you Dr. Alex Smithers! After dealing with lower back pain from an injury 30 years ago, I feel that after several injections, I am pain and worry free and can finally let this go.... Read more »
I was back today for a torn knee ligament and the first ozone injection,
Dear Dr. Smithers,
I just wanted to thank you for treating my trigeminal neuralgia pain.
In May of 2012 I hit my head on a concrete ledge resulting in severe head trauma with unusual and very painful symptoms that followed—throbbing, knife stabbing, severe tension in and around my head, constant clicking noise,... Read more »My husband had severe sciatic pain so bad he was bed ridden. Because our regular Dr. was out of town we went to our chiropractor to try to get some relief. He was not able to get as much relief a he needed so Dr. Daly asked us to... Read more »
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A Cutting-Edge Conference
This summer, I was fortunate to participate in the groundbreakingInternational Society for Nutritional Psychiatry Research(ISNPR) conference held in Bethesda, Maryland. The meeting was truly inspiring and exciting to those of us who believe that nutritional approaches are the way forward in the treatment of mental healthdisorders. While the
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Acupuncture is a safe and effective alternative to pain medications for some emergency department patients, according to a study published in the June 19 issue of the Medical Journal of Australia.
MONDAY, June 19, 2017 (HealthDay News) —