Jerry M. Kantor, Lic. Ac., CCH, RS Hom, MMHS is an East Coast homeopath, acupuncturist , teacher and an author. He has written a monograph, Advanced Academic Curriculum for Homeopathic Research Studies, and several books including Interpreting Chronic Illness, the Convergence of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Homeopathy and Biomedicine; The Toxic Relationship Cure: clearing traumatic damage from a boss, parent, lover or friend with natural, drug-free remedies; and Autism Reversal Toolbox, Strategies, Remedies, Resources. He was the first acupuncturist to receive an academic appointment at Harvard Medical School’s Department of Anaesthesiology. He also serves as Academic Consultant to the China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, U.S. Foreign Office and is a graduate of the Nanjing College of Traditional Medicine’s Advanced Acupuncture Program for Foreign Students.
Mr. Kantor is the owner of Vital Force Health Care LLC, a Boston area homeopathy and acupuncture practice specializing in pediatrics, mental illness, autism spectrum ailments, and infertility. He is a former Board member of the Council for Homeopathic Certification and serves as Executive Director of the National Institute of Whole Health, located in Wellesley, MA. is a former Director of Complementary Clinical Services for the Wellesley Center for Progressive Health, and a former Acupuncture Director of the Lemuel Shattuck Hospital Pain and Stress Relief Clinic in Boston.
His book, Heymischer Homeopathy, the Schmendrick's Guide to Remedying Yiddish Kvetches, is both astute and hilarious.
Dr Heather Uncensored is based on her two books, Surviving a Viral Pandemic through the Lens of a Naturopathic Medical Doctor and the upcoming Transforming Trauma, a drugless and creative path to healing PTS. Beginning with this episode, and going forward, most interviewees will be representing some aspect of Transforming Trauma. Jerry represents both the power of homeopathy, and the need for humor (at some point) in trauma recovery.
Upcoming interviewees include Dr Sussanna Czeranko who has many books on the historical practice of naturopathic medicine and Reinette Senum who was mayor of Nevada City and is now a contender in next year's gubernatorial election in California. She represents the need for a healthy community.