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Welcome to the site of Dr. Noah Lebowitz. My goal is to help each and every one of my patients restore their health and reach their optimal potential as quickly as possible. To be a doctor means to be a teacher, and my goal is to educate each and every one of my patients on how to regain their life.

My treatment involves identifying any potential stressors to your body and eliminating them; thus, allowing your body to return to it’s natural healthy self. These stressors could involve food sensitivities, microbial imbalances, nutrient deficiencies, heavy metal toxicity, structural imbalances, and many other issues. I use Applied Kinesiology as my main technique, which is then accompanied with a myriad of other techniques on dealing with whatever issues are suspected from a complete medical history, physical exam, and any necessary lab work.

My office is located in Tacoma WA. The office is easily accessible to patients from Seattle (45 minutes) and Olympia (35 minutes). The office is right across from the Fircrest Golf Club.

I look forward to working with you soon and help in restoring you back to your optimal potential!

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Lebowitz Clinic

1019 Regents Blvd     Suite #203

Tacoma, WA   98466

253-302-3131

Applied Kinesiolgy

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Love getting letters in the mail from patients. Just received this from one who flew in from Illinois last week for treatment.

"Hi Dr. Noah! Just want to let you know all is going great since I saw you a week ago! I have already lost 7.25 inches in measuring waist,chest,hip,arm and leg in one week! I cannot tell you how happy that makes me; thank you!"
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I wanted to post a very interested article by a colleague of mine, Dr. Scott Monk regarding Chocolate

Dr. Scott Monk​

I test almost every new female patient with chocolate. Why? Because when eaten in excess, chocolate becomes one of the most hormonally disruptive chemicals around. Here are some examples of complaints from your patients that are often directly related to the ingestion of chocolate:

Chronic non-traumatic hip pain in women (usually the right hip) – Chocolate has a profound influence on the hormonal system. One common effect is sluggish estrogen metabolism. The muscles of the hormonal system, such as the piriformis, are strong stabilizers of the hip joint. Therefore, with too much negative influence from the presence of chocolate, the hip muscles become inhibited (sometimes facilitated) and the joint becomes unstable. A constant dull ache usually follows, which is worse in bed when there is little mechanoreceptor override of the nociceptors.

Sudden onset severe neck pain (Chocolate Neck Syndrome) – I have seen this dozens of times. Usually the scenario goes like this: “I don’t know what happened. I didn’t do anything crazy, I just woke up like this.” Then I ask, if they had chocolate last evening. Around 70% of the time the answer is, “yes.” In many cases these folks are also going through a season of very high stress at the same time, which makes the event more acute and painful.

The mechanism for the neck pain has to do with a calcium/magnesium imbalance where calcium is low (or poorly processed) and magnesium suddenly swings high. Chocolate is full of magnesium. If eaten in a high enough quantity when this imbalance is present, the parathyroid glands will kick into high gear to regulate the calcium deficiency by secreting parathyroid hormone in order to draw calcium out of the bones. This emergency measure causes the muscles related to the parathyroid gland to react much like the muscles of the hip, by either becoming inhibited or facilitated, resulting in a strong pain response with a decreased range of motion. And which muscle group is related to the parathyroid glands? The levator scapula muscles, which are located on the back of neck.

Migraine headaches – Chocolate is a strong booster of serotonin. Migraine headaches are the body’s emergency measure to reduce elevated serotonin levels in the brain. Use the acupuncture points, K27, as your testing points while the patient is exposed to chocolate. A strong muscle will likely weaken. Migraines also are more common near the initiation of the menstrual cycle when estrogen levels are their highest. To alleviate migraines, it is often necessary to reduce serotonin and estrogen at the same time.

Poor estrogen metabolism – Chocolate has a profound disruptive effect on the female hormonal cycle because of its influence on estrogen metabolism. Heavy bleeding, breast tenderness, irritability, and painful cramping are common (dairy products do the same thing because of the same calcium/magnesium mechanism, but coming from the calcium side).

Sleep disruptions – All of the hormonal and mineral imbalances created by chocolate can initiate or contribute to an adrenaline-based, blood sugar-swinging physiology, which has many, many symptoms. Not the least of which, is insomnia in its many forms.

Chronic muscle and/or joint pain – Anything that forces the liver to work hard can lead to muscle or joint pain. The adrenaline-based physiology mentioned above creates metabolic by-products that slow down detoxification in the liver. Pain can come from the soft tissues as these agents build up in muscle tissue. Pain can also originate in the joints because sulfur is hoarded by the liver as a necessary agent of sulfation. This means that the joints do not receive adequate amounts of sulfur for soft tissue repair (soft tissues are made from glucose and sulfur). Chocolate itself interferes with liver detoxification via poor estrogen metabolism and can thus lead to body pain.
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Had an awesome time today teaching a group of 30 doctors and students on how to treat chronic health issues. ... See MoreSee Less

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