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Other Bootcamps in the Works!

Thursday, June 13th, 2013

FAQ: Dr. Neal, can you help me with my other chronic inflammatory ailments??

Hey Everyone,
I’d like to show you what’s on tap clinically at the practice here.

At present, we have 4 active bootcamps running:

Dr. Neal’s Acne Bootcamp
Dr. Neal’s Rosacea Bootcamp
Dr. Neal’s Razorbump Bootcamp
Dr. Neal’s Seborrheic Dermatitis Bootcamp

(all can be seen on the homepage slider)



Here’s what’s coming in the future:

Dr. Neal’s IBS/IBD Bootcamp
Dr. Neal’s Chronic Headache Bootcamp
Dr. Neal’s Back Pain Bootcamp
Dr. Neal’s Eczema Bootcamp
Dr. Neal’s Chronic Gastritis/Heartburn Bootcamp
Dr. Neal’s Depression/Anxiety Bootcamp
Dr. Neal’s PCOS and Hormonal Imbalance Bootcamp
Dr. Neal’s Chronic Joint Pain Bootcamp
Dr. Neal’s Hemorrhoid Bootcamp
Dr. Neal’s Insomnia Bootcamp
Dr. Neal’s Chronic Sinusitis Bootcamp
Dr. Neal’s Fatigue Bootcamp
Dr. Neal’s Allergy and Asthma Bootcamp

We’re not going to launch them in the store until major programming development has taken place but we are taking inquiries for those who strongly desire a new type of healing relationship.

Much like the history of our Acne Bootcamp, the clinical innovation starts with a custom back and forth communication and then slowly becomes refined into a partially automated interface.

Feel free to inquire about any of the above conditions if you trust that I have innovated something special in this practice.

Originally Board Certified in Family Practice, my journey has led me down a subspecialty that has been badly neglected by western medicine. I call this field of medicine, “the chronic inflammatory ailments”


“They don’t kill you right away, but they ruin everything”
(and then slowly kill your soul)

aka: “cancer of the soul”

I’ll be here,
-Dr. Neal




©2013 “Cancer of the Soul” by Dr. Neal Schwartz

2 Responses to “Other Bootcamps in the Works!”

  1. cody Says:

    Have anyone ever heard of dissecting cellulitis of the scalp ???

  2. admin Says:

    hello,
    that’s obviously a serious situation more appropriate for one on one live medical care.
    I recommend asking your emergency room or local doctor for assistance with that acute condition and with any reassurance needed associated with the ongoing treatment.
    thanks,
    -Dr. Neal

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