Focal Infections and Chronic Disease | Dr. Louisa Williams with Dr. Christine Schaffner
As Dr. Christine Schaffner takes a short break this week, she shares one of her favorite interviews from the Beyond Biologic Medicine Speaker Series.
In today’s episode, she talks with Dr. Louisa Williams about dentistry and how that impacts our health. Together, Dr. Christine and Dr. Louisa take a deep dive into what we call foci and how this can be an often very overlooked area to recover someone’s health who has a chronic illness.
Dr. Louisa Williams is an MS, DC, and ND; she lives in Austin, Texas, and the author of an incredible book, Radical Medicine. Dr. Williams practices according to this radical medicine philosophy by addressing such core issues as heavy metal and petrochemical detoxification, clearing dental, tonsils, sinus, and other focal infections, treating scar interference fields, identifying significant malocclusions, prescribing constitutional homeopathic remedies, and natural nutritional supplements, uncovering major hidden food sensitivities, and counseling patients on the importance of nutrient-dense wise traditions diet.
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After working in the field of applied kinesiology and as a chiropractor, Dr. Williams attended Bastyr University and graduated in 1990 as a naturopathic physician. After 12 years working in the Pacific Northwest, she moved to California, where she was director of the Marin Naturopathic Medicine clinic for eighteen years. She currently resides in Texas.
Radical Medicine is the first book that Dr. Williams has written, but not the first publication. In her career, she has authored over twenty teaching manuals, four ebooks, and several research articles published in both English and German. She serves on the Texas Association of Naturopathic Doctors board and is an honorary board member of the Weston A. Price Foundation. She is additionally a member of the International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine, the International Academy of Applied Kinesiology, and the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians. Dr. Williams is board certified as a naturopathic physician and licensed in Vermont.