Your Doctor Is Wrong
by Dr. Sharon Norling

Rick Frishman, Publisher
Morgan James Publishing
516.620.2528 Ext.101

Morgan James Publishing Answers Health Questions

NEW YORK—November 4, 2014–Morgan James Publishing’s ( new release Your Doctor is Wrong: Survival Guide for Dismissed, Misdiagnosed or Mistreated by Dr. Sharon Norling provides readers with the answers they have been searching for.

The vast medical field keeps expanding, making it difficult for doctors to properly diagnose their patients or offer them the best treatment. Many people find themselves stuck on prescription medicine that merely placates the symptoms instead of fixing the root cause of the problem.

However, finding root causes is Dr. Norling’s specialty. In her integrative medicine center, she provides specialty testing and a combination of natural and medical services to heal her patients. Some of these tips and secrets appear in Your Doctor is Wrong. Dr. Norling guides her readers to uncover the root cause of their symptoms and offers solutions they can easily try on their own.

A wide variety of readers will benefit from Your Doctor is Wrong. Unlike some doctors who ignore common recurring headaches, Dr. Norling explains how they can be cured. She also includes other common symptoms and illnesses that many Americans deal with and are treated incorrectly:

Mental: anxiety, depression, brain fog
Physical: allergies, fatigue, headaches, insomnia, indigestion, joint pain, toxicity
Emotional: hormone and neurotransmitters imbalance, lack of motivation

Backed by research and scientific evidence, Your Doctor is Wrong, will restore readers’ faith in the field of medicine. Dr. Norling urges her readers to think for themselves and improve their lifestyle. She encourages her readers that it is possible to achieve a healthy state, without relying permanently on pharmaceutical drugs.

Whether the root cause is as simple as a food allergy or as complex as a hormone deficiency, Your Doctor is Wrong explains the problems and offers hope for healing. Dr. Norling connects and sympathizes with her readers, while giving the answers they have always longed for. With scientific jargon translated into clear English and clear tips for living healthily, Your Doctor is Wrong is a book everyone can read and learn from.

If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Dr. Sharon Norling, please call Rick Frishman at 516.620.2528 Ext.101.

About the Author:

The only medical doctor nationally board-certified in OB/GYN, Integrative Medicine and Medical Acupuncture, Sharon Norling, MD focuses on finding the root causes of symptoms and treating them naturally whenever possible. She founded the Mind Body Spirit Center, a comprehensive integrative medicine center located in Westlake Village, California. Patients travel from all over the United States for consultations and treatments. Dr. Norling is a national speaker who has also testified before the White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy. Whether you have heard on the radio, seen her on TV or sharing the stage with celebrities, Dr. Norling is the expert. A contributing author for Integrative Medicine, Dr. Norling also writes for various publications about the root causes of illnesses. Currently living in southern California, she has also lived in Minnesota, where she taught at the University of Minnesota Medical School.

More About This Title:

Your Doctor is Wrong: Survival Guide for Dismissed, Misdiagnosed or Mistreated by Dr. Sharon Norling will be released by Morgan James Publishing on November 4, 2014. Your Doctor is Wrong—ISBN 9781630470791—has 200 pages and is being sold as a trade paperback for $17.95 and hardcover for $30.90.

About Morgan James Publishing:

Morgan James Publishing provides entrepreneurs with the vital information, inspiration, and guidance they need to be successful. Morgan James Publishing, The Entrepreneurial Publisher™, was recognized by Publisher’s Weekly, for two consecutive years, on their fast growing press list and was reported as being the future of publishing by Jay Conrad Levinson.