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DNA Strand Incorporating orthomolecular medicine into addiction treatment is the key to successful repair. Nobelist Dr. Linus Pauling coined the term “orthomolecular,” which he defines as “establishing the right molecules in the body/brain by varying the concentrations of substances normally present and required for optimum health.”

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Behind the Science

Dr. Joan Mathews-Larson

dr. joan mathews-larsonDr. Joan Mathews-Larson founded her unique psychobiological model for treating addictions and emotional disorders in 1981. The focus of her clinic, Health Recovery Center®, is to combine therapy with intervention at a molecular level to repair the biochemical damage that manifests as impaired mental functioning and behavior problems.

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