Thursday, July 8, 2010

Sanoviv founder PhD Dr Wentz

Myron Wentz, PhD, founded Sanoviv Medical Institute based on a new approach to healing the world of debilitating disease. Sanoviv embodies clean living and provides the healthiest environment for the body to heal, but the most important factor in Dr. Wentz’s vision is a truly integrated approach to assessing and treating each guest according to their biochemical individuality. He felt it was important to focus on the whole person, while incorporating the fields of Medicine, Energy Medicine, Psychology, Nutrition, Dentistry, Chiropractic, Fitness and Body Work into the guest’s healing journey. Under his guidance, Sanoviv has developed a treatment modality that weaves these different health disciplines together to synergistically heal body, mind and spirit.
At the beginning of his biomedical career, Dr. Wentz gained renown for creating diagnostic tests for viral diseases, including the Epstein-Barr and Herpes Simplex Viruses. As a scientist and microbiologist, Dr. Wentz determined that if a cell is simply given the best environment in which to live and grow, it will thrive indefinitely. He resolved to apply his expertise in cellular culture to help as many people as possible enjoy life-long good health.
In 1992, Dr. Wentz created USANA Health Sciences in order to develop, manufacture and distribute an elite family of the highest quality of nutritional products. As USANA grew into a successful company, providing top grade nutritional supplements, Dr. Wentz wanted to combine optimal nutrition with cutting-edge wellness therapies to further counter degenerative disease. His next step was creating a Mecca for wellness – Sanoviv Medical Institute, a state-of-the-art facility that represents the hope for the future of medicine and healing, a place where the body, mind and spirit are nourished.
At Sanoviv, you have a wonderful opportunity to experience the results of the vision of a great pioneer in the health field and to experience what healing should be, now and in the foreseeable future

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