An overview and honest discussion of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation and its use in the medical community.
When healthcare professionals come to work sick it puts everyone at risk, so why does it still happen?
The perfect gifts for any occasion - and for a great cause!
Sleep disturbance can be related to glycemic status and diabetes risk.
The importance of good bacteria in the gut has been a topic of interest for several years. A healthy gut biome is one that is diverse in good bacteria; it is essential to the body’s optimal [...]
Xanax. Ativan. Klonopin. Valium. I knew the names of all of these medications before starting medical school.
A number of our clients and patients have been asking us for cool, healthy gift ideas for Father’s Day. Here are some of my favorites. One quick note: This post does use affiliate links [...]
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) and Depression is a drug-free method for treating sleeplessness and depressed mood.
Magnesium is an essential nutrient to the body that is involved in countless cellular processes. It is estimated that approximately 75% of those in the United States are deficient in this [...]
- Migraine Headaches and Magnesium - Dr. Jonathan Terry - Integrative Psychiatry, Author, IME, Expert Witness[…] Those who suffer from migraines kno...
Many of us see “ferritin” on the tests our doctor orders, but what is it, and why is it important? A protein inside your cells, ferritin stores iron for the body’s use at a later time. When [...]
Patients satisfaction surveys sometimes lead to worse outcomes. Read more to see why.
I’m a physician, and I designed a capybara themed coloring book to help fund mental health charity projects and education. Ask Me Anything!
Who are you, and what is the point of this book? Hi! I’m Dr. Jonathan Terry, and I’m a physician based in California. I work in free clinics and community mental health settings with [...]
Honored to share this final version of a Fact Sheet I authored with the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) and the Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC).