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A Synergistic Healing Approach for Autoimmune Disease

Some of the better-known autoimmune diseases include rheumatoid arthritis, type 1 diabetes, multiple sclerosis, ulcerative colitis, Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, and lupus. The American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association (AARDA) estimates that 50 million Americans (almost 1 in 5) suffer from one or more of the 140+ diseases classified as autoimmune. That’s approximately double the number of people who suffer from heart disease and four times the number of people affected by cancer.

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ORC’s Approach to TBI

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a major problem in the United States with over 200,000 TBI’s occurring every year. There are different types of TBIs that range in severity, from a mild concussion to a bullet wound to the head. Oxford Recovery Center offers...

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Soaring Butterfly Award

Nico Pisanti, Director of Suit Therapy and therapist extraordinaire, has a magical touch. Especially with children.“He loves his kids,” says Dr. Tami Peterson. “He has the ability to gets them to do what no else can get them to do. His skills are...

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Rick Demeester’s Story

Rick Demeester drove by the Oxford Recovery Center (ORC) sign in South Lyon (now relocated to Brighton, Michigan) many times. One day, he turned the car around to learn about the center and to see if they could help with his recovery from a second back...

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Soaring Butterfly Award

Bowen Geng Sometimes, the quietest people have the biggest impact. Such is the case with one of our Troy location’s employees, Bowen Geng. Bowen began at Oxford Recovery Center as a hyperbaric technician in July of 2015. He had recently graduated from the University...

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Soaring Butterfly Award

  Andrew McMullen   “I keep hearing great things about Andrew,” someone said during a recent Leadership Team Meeting. The whole team immediately chimed in with their observations. “He’s always smiling.” “He has something nice to say to every person.” “He exemplifies...

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From Head Banging to Composing Music

Luke was delivered by C-Section premature but healthy. He spent one night in the NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit), then was sent home “happy, easy going, and just perfect.” At 5 weeks old, his mother, Cathy, began noticing a discharge in his eyes. Not knowing they...

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