|Dr. Melaney Caldwell, MD
"Dr. Melaney Caldwell MD and Sherri Danzig were two of the medical guru’s who literally wowed the audience at the recent Salt Lake Summit last month. In the 15 plus years of this call, I’ve never had anyone prepare as much as these two have for a 25 minute call. You’ll hear the latest as to how they’re using Nikken in their practices and why these products are an absolute must for your family and friends. These two gals were trained in western medicine and yet have come to understand what the east can teach us.
You may wanna invite someone to join you!
If you can join us live or catch the recording, you may wanna have something to jot a note or two. I’m excited to learn from these ladies!"
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February 23, 2018
"Western medicine catching up with the East?
As the Winter Olympics come to a close, our family is both relieved and sad. We’ve been literally glued to the TV every night watching the best athletes in the world compete in every cold weather sport.
What I’ve noticed most is some of the commentary that comes with the stories of athletes who have experienced major injuries in the past and some even just a few weeks prior to traveling to South Korea. These stories include what they’ve done to bounce back so quickly so they can compete at the highest level.
During the final ladies skating competition, our middle daughter Emily couldn’t figure out why a beautiful skater would have a tattoo on the inside of her thigh. She quickly looked her up on google to discover that it was a piece of kinetic tape. ‘Daddy, that’s just like what we have from Nikken!’
I’m not sure if the west will ever catch up with the east when it comes to the technologies that we have in Nikken, but it’s fun to see the best athletes in the world acknowledge what we’ve come to know is true. Use what God put out there in nature and simply bring it into our homes. After all, we are still the only total wellness home company.
(Thanks to a few of you who helped me remember that it was Jim Nabors and not Don Knott’s who said ‘Surprise!, Surprise!’)