Get Rid of Your Health Problems Once and For All

dr-john-salernoDr. John P. Salerno, Board Certified in Family Practice, is able to recognize which lab services and therapies will be of value – proven to save you time and money – with a strong emphasis on safe and effective integrative and holistic health programs guaranteed to give you:

  More energy, ideal weight, clear skin, greater memory, improved digestion, better sleep, less anxiety, and much more!

Everything You Need in One Place

Whether your issue is acute or chronic, you’ll receive amazing care because you deserve nothing less. You’ll enjoy:

checkmark-icon  Longer visits than most other doctors (never worry about a rushed visit ever again)

checkmark-icon  Getting to know the “root cause” of your medical issue, rather than only treating your symptoms

checkmark-icon  More natural, drug-free treatments that produce real-life measurable results

checkmark-icon  Easy, instant e-mail access to your doctor and medical staff

checkmark-icon  How-to live the rest of your life disease-free

“I am deeply committed to teaching and empowering my patients so that they feel inspired to stick with their curative programs, achieve their goals and ultimately take full charge of their own health.” – Dr. John P. Salerno

Salerno Center Featured Therapies

IV Vitamin Therapy: Direct, fast delivery of vitamins, hydration, energy, and detox agents into the bloodstream, which typically takes about 1-hour, gives the body maximum nutrient absorption.

Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy: Choosing BHRT is an important process, but so is selecting the right hormones, which is why we always use our special screening process when filling preparations and electing pharmacies.

Supplement Therapy: Omega what’s? Pregnenolone who? Don’t worry; when you visit the Salerno Center, all supplements are selected according to doctor recommendations and strong scientific data.

Dr. Salerno on CBS NY discussing the benefits of IV Therapy

Recent Articles
  • Food for Thought

    In a compelling article today, the New York Times examines whether a low-fat diet can contribute to memory loss! Dr. Richard Isaacson, the director of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic at Weil Cornell Medicine and New York-Presbyterian, emphasizes that our brain and body cells need fat to survive. It is important, Dr. Isaacson states, that good fats are eaten and trans fats are avoided. Monounsaturated fat, polyunsaturated and some saturated fats are healthy and essential for […]

  • Oral Niacinamide Prevents Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer

    Three hundred eighty-six Australian individuals with the mean age of 66, and at least 2 non-melanoma skin cancers in the previous 5 years were randomly assigned to receive, in a double-blind fashion, 500 mg of niacinamide orally twice daily or a placebo for 12 months. Participants were evaluated by dermatologists at a three-month interval for up to 18 months. The study demonstrated the relationship between niacinamide and skin cancer, as it showed a dramatic decrease […]

  • Gluten Allergies? Don’t Forget to Address the Yeast

    With gluten allergies do not forget to address the yeast. Gluten sensitivity is an ever growing health issue with multiple complications! For example, many of our patients at the Salerno Center will show very poor absorption levels of vitamins, fats and proteins that require iv nutrient therapy. These gluten sensitive patients often additionally show a high level of candida yeast overgrowth in the bowels! So gluten sensitive patients are then always placed on a yeast […]

  • Proper B Vitamins a Must in MTHFR

    It is imperative that we all get tested for mthfr, a genetic blood test which can predict our risk for heart disease, blood clots, depression,toxicity, cancer and potentially cancer and Alzheimer’s. At the Salerno Center we will measure for several genes and devise a supplement plan based on the results. If there is the presence of one or more copies of the mthfr genes then we will give our vitamin called Activated B Factor. This vitamin contain […]

  • The Effects of Stress on your Body

    If you were to think of stress as binary, there would be a good and bad kind of stress. The good kind of stress is called eustress, as termed by endocrinologist Hans Selye. The bad kind of stress is called distress, of which was further studied by psychologist Richard Lazarus. Stress is defined as the body’s response to external stimuli. External stimuli happens outside of the body, such as finding a crisp one-hundred dollar bill […]

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