Palumbo Writes About IV Therapy and Receives Patent
Don’t Kill My Lyme – Just Get Me Better, a recent book by Wyatt Palumbo, founder of the Lifestyle Healing Institute, in Naples, is available on Amazon.com and at FreeLymeBook.com. He was also recently issued a patent for his Method and System for the Treatment of Medical Conditions by Intravenous Therapy.
Palumbo graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering with a focus in Biochemical Engineering. The Institute’s medical director is Dr. Edwin J. Dean, a graduate of Cornell University and the Cornell Medical School and is board certified in emergency medicine.
Location: 501 Goodlette Rd. N., Ste. 300. For more information or to make an appointment, call 866-663-3869, email Info@LifestyleHealingInstitute.com or visit LifestyleHealingInstitute.com.
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