As we became committed to making a difference in the opioid crisis we noted in many cases the manner in which research is funded creates a disconnect between the results of good research and a real world solution. Too often valid studies with good results were not incorporated into a treatment protocol. As we studied the problem and its many parameters, we decided to aggregate a library of opioid addiction research which has been utilized to design and implement protocols to mitigate the desire for the drug which is the epicenter of the addiction cycle.
In these times we noted many patients expressed feeling anxious without attributing it to a specific event or cause. We began a project delving into the nature of consciousness and how it relates to perception. This led to an inquiry of the brain's functions and a testing protocol that very directly indicates imbalances that affect one's well-being and opens the door to more effective treatment protocols. Our opioid treatment project is unique and built upon over a decade of research
We are also actively involved in recycling electronic waste to lessen the carbon footprint and proved jobs and careers. We are focused on a reasonable purpose for used plastic.
Einstein once said, "Imagination is more important than knowledge." Knowledge is of that which we know; whereas, imagination is of things that might come to be if we seek the solution. The solution is at the intersection of imagination and reality. For these reasons, we never close the door on any idea until it has been thoroughly considered.