Shiroko Sokitch MD is a medical physician who blends Chinese and Western techniques with a deeply spiritual and emotional bent to help complex medical patients finally get well. Especially if they have been struggling for a very long time.
While Dr. Sokitch worked as an emergency room doc, she went to acupuncture college.
She realized that allopathic medicine was just one path, and needed to be combined with more tools to help complicated people finally achieve brilliant wellness.
Dr. S’s new book – Healing When It Seems Impossible – 7 Keys to Defy the Odds, puts all that she has learned into one place for you.
In this interview with Dr. Berkson, you’ll learn all the basic points, from Dr. S’s balanced expertise, to her approach to healing in a new and complete way.
Why do we get ill? What molecules lurk beneath the surface that act as the “molecules of mass destruction" that put your tissues at risk? If we could identify these molecules, and, if elevated, bring them down to optimal levels, would we reverse disease, pain and even resistant obesity?
This show takes an in-depth look at two main molecules that help initiate and propel diseases such as heart, kidney, diabetes, obesity and even cognitive decline. Research on these molecules comes from respected academic institutions and has been replicated and published in peer review literature.
These molecules are the new terrain of “root cause” medicine, whereby we understand why you are getting ill and how to stop it.
You will learn all about galectin-3. This is a super sticky lectin, like gluten on rhoids. You will also learn about TMAO. This molecule even helps you decide whether a Ketogenic diet is healthy for your body, or not.
If these molecules are elevated, even if your yearly blood work looks normal, you feel tired, wake up with less hope, and your most disciplined dieting efforts don’t work. Learn the new tools of becoming the best version of YOU.
Vertigo is life changing. It makes you out of sync with your world. Your balance is off. You get nauseated. Sometimes you get brain fog and can’t think. It’s scary, like an existential crisis. Sometimes even your taste buds change. What are the best action steps to take when you have a severe acute attack of nausea, dizziness which is sometimes accompanied by sudden hearing loss in one ear? This show takes you through personal experiences, debunks the myths, and gives action steps, interventional herbs, and more.