February Meeting


 

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Constantine A. Kotsanis, M.D. holds a B.S. from Northern Illinois University and later received his M.D. at the University of Athens, Greece. He is board certified in otolaryngology and completed his residency at Loyola University. Additionally, he is trained in acupuncture and homeopathy; and is an Adjunct Professor at UT Southwestern as a volunteer since 1985. Dr. Kotsanis has practiced in Dallas- Ft. Worth, Texas for thirty years. An avid researcher, Dr. Kotsanis has traveled the globe in search of answers to today’s health problems, and is known for his original research in autism spectrum disorders, as well as other physical conditions. Dr. Kotsanis incorporates an eclectic approach to the treatment of cancer and other conditions. Realizing many years ago that all chronic conditions share common ground, he began using treatments that address the neuro-endocrine-immune system pathways by incorporating nutrition, enzymes, oxidative therapy, gene therapy, botanicals, homeopathy, acupuncture, neural therapy, and other forms of energy medicine. The foundation of many of his treatments is the cleansing and healing of the digestive tract, resulting in the proper absorption of nutrients by the body.

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