Research Results The thought leader for the functional phytotherapy movement in the U.S. is arguably Kerry Bone, BSc (Hons), Dip Phyto. Recently he’s been giving talks on the subject of “stealth pathogens.” This term was first used in 1994 by Justin Radolf, and later popularized in 2000 by Lida Mattman.The stealth pathogens were defined during the early years as bacteria without cell walls.
Feature Have you ever adjusted a patient numerous times only to realize you aren’t making the kind of progress you would like? Maybe they are improving only a little or not at all, even though you know you are providing good treatment. It may be that you need to think about working on more than their structural issues alone. “If you are only getting so far, they may be struggling through a divorce or their kids have gone off to college and they aren’t handling it well,” says Stephanie Zgraggen, DC. “You can provide adjustments but it is not going to change the way they process their situation.”