Archive for September, 2011

In Short Order — October 2, 2011

Our guest for October 2, 2011 In Short Order radio show will be

Dr. Jerry Tennant

Dr. Tennant’s Background:

Dr. Tennant graduated from high school at age 16 by finishing his junior and senior years simultaneously in 1957. He finished college (except for three hours credit) in 2 1/2 years at Texas Tech University. He was awarded the Phi Kappa Phi and Pre-med of the Year Award.

He attended the University of Houston School of Optometry and was accepted into the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in 1960 at age 19. He graduated in the top ten of his class in 1964 with an MD degree. Dr. Tennant interned at Methodist Hospital of Dallas and then completed a residency in ophthalmology at Parkland Hospital in Dallas and Harvard/Mass Eye and Ear in Boston. He is also a fellow of the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the American Academy of Ophthalmology. Dr. Tennant was director of the Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery Clinic at Parkland Hospital/Southwestern Medical School and founded the Dallas Eye Institute.

He holds patents on surgical instruments, intraocular lenses and other devices and has written books on cataract surgery, life-style management, and Integrative Medicine. With the assistance of his anesthesiologist, Monte Hellman, MD and his internist, Javier Ramirez, MD, Dr. Tennant developed and refined the techniques to allow eye surgery to be safely performed in an outpatient setting instead of a hospital.


Along with Drs. David McIntyre and Douglas Williamson, Dr. Tennant founded the Outpatient Ophthalmic Surgery Society and taught surgeons around the world to do outpatient eye surgery and was instrumental in getting Congress to pay for outpatient surgery, saving Medicare millions of dollars every year. He was chairman of the ad hoc committee that wrote the rules that govern outpatient surgicenters in Texas. Dr. Tennant is one of the few surgeons to be awarded the Corboy Award for Contributions to Ophthalmology and the Recognition Award from the American Academy of Ophthalmology. Dr. Tennant was one of the first surgeons in the U.S. to place intraocular lenses in eyes after cataract surgery, eliminating the need for thick, incapacitating glasses after cataract surgery. He redesigned the European lenses to eliminate defects and was awarded patents for his designs.

Dr. Tennant is licensed by the Arizona Board of Homeopathic and Integrated Medicine Examiners MD(H).  Texas does not have such a board.  

Dr. Tennant’s Story:

Dr. Tennant did the majority of the research for the excimer laser for VISX that is used for LASIK surgery. He did about 1000 cases in the U.S. and about 2000 cases abroad.

What wasn’t known was that the laser wouldn’t kill viruses in the cornea. As seen in the photo, the laser would strike the eye, releasing viruses. They came upward through Dr. Tennant’s mask, into his nose, and into his brain. He developed encephalitis and a bleeding disorder, resulting in spastic movements and in his being unable to remember how to write a prescription.  Three viruses were found in his brain and he was told nothing could be done to help him. He was forced to retire from ophthalmology on November 30, 1995.

This is how he spent the next 6-7 years, sleeping about 16 hours per day. He had 2-3 hours a day in which he could think clearly enough to understand a newspaper. Then, like a light switch, his brain would shut off and he couldn’t understand what he was reading.

During the time he could think, he realized he would have to find a way to get himself well since modern American medicine could not do so. He began to read cellular biology books with the idea that if he could get one cell to work correctly, they would all work correctly.

Each cellular biology book gave passing notice to the fact that cells require a narrow range of pH, but little more was discussed on the subject. He began to look at pH and discovered that it is a measurement of the voltage in a solution. It is measured with a sophisticated voltmeter. If the solution is an electron donor, a minus sign is placed in front of the voltage. If the solution is an electron stealer, a plus sign is placed in front of the voltage. The measured voltage is then converted to a logarithmic scale from 0-14 with zero corresponding to +400 millivolts of electron stealer to -400 millivolts corresponding to a pH of 14. Cells are designed to run at about -20 millivolts (pH 7.35). Dr. Tennant began to understand that cells must have enough voltage to work and that chronic disease was associated with loss of voltage. Next he had to find out how to measure the voltage and then how to correct it.  This is how he was able to heal himself.



In Short Order 9/25/11 show

This Sunday, we will be interviewing Fredrick M. Lawson, someone familiar with Lyme and Energy. Tune in to see what you may be missing!

Fred is the Marketing Director for Better Health Technologies – Inverness, Florida

Better Health Technologies for the past 8 years has been developing an extensive line of Beyond Organic Scientific products in the agriculture industry.  In addition, it has been developing products that are designed to decontaminate hospitals, hotels, and restaurant.  One of its current programs is to totally eliminate all toxic chemicals from golf courses.

Fred is a Professional Sales Trainer and Self Development Coach.  His lifelong passion is teaching the basic principles of salesmanship to individuals who possess the willingness to learn and a desire for SELF improvement.  His sales and marketing career spans across several industries; Real Estate Sales and Residential Development, Outdoor Sporting Goods, Natural Healthy Care Products, and Energy Medicine.

After serving four years with the U. S. Coast Guard, Fred earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing with a minor in Personality Psychology at Louisiana University at Monroe.  He is a member of Pi Sigma Epsilon – the only national, professional fraternal organization in sales, marketing, and management in the United States.

A major portion of his professional career was spent in the outdoor sporting goods industry.  In the 1970s he was a sales representative with Winchester Arms Company in Northern Illinois.  He developed the program that allowed law enforcement departments across the country to switch to more effective ammunition when the drug trade began moving into the United States from the Caribbean and Mexico.

In the 1980s he was the Director of Marketing for Outdoor Sports Headquarters, Inc.  Dayton, Ohio.  OSHI became the largest outdoor sports distributor in the USA.  The hallmark of OSHI was its Dealer Affiliate Program.  A program based on professional sales training and superb customer service.

In the late 1980s and early 90s, he played a major role in establishing Repel insect repellents as the No. 2 brand of insect repellent in this country.  While Eastern Regional Sales Manager he started a national Lyme disease awareness and prevention campaign and was listed in Coping with Lyme Disease – A Practical Guide to Dealing with Diagnoses and Treatment, Denise Lange – 1994 as one of the top Lyme disease activists in America.

Today, his sales and marketing efforts are focused on yet another area of national health concern; public awareness and protection from the dangerous effects of electromagnetic radiation.

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2012 Physician’s Round Table — check out the speakers and exhibitors!

Westshore Marriott, Tampa Florida

January 26-28, 2012

Day I

Warren Levin, MD — Common Denominator

D.C. Amarasinge, M.D. — Black Box for Medical Errors

Robert Harris, Esq (ret) — How the Heck to Stay Out of Trouble and Still Enjoy Your Practice

Ritchie Shoemaker, M.D. — Proteogenomics of Lyme

Omar Amin, Ph.D. — Delusional Parasitosis or Neuro-cutaneous Syndrome (NSC) and Morgellons

Alan Gruning, D.O. — Cocoa: Desert or Medical Super Food?

Aaron Goldheart, Cht — Subtle Energy Activations

David Nico, Ph.D. — Supernatural Health

**Health by Chocolate Tasting Party — Xocai Chocolates with Dr. Alan Gruning

Day II

Jerry Leonard — Connecting the Dots Between the Lyme Epidemic and the Biowarfare Establishment

Chuanhai Cao, Ph.D. — Melatonin and Coffee can Sustain Your Good Memory

Armin Schwarzbach, M.D., Ph.D. — Diagnostic and Therapeutical Strategies in Lyme Disease and Multiple Infections by Chlamydia and Mycoplasma

Judy Mikovits, Ph.D. — Diagnosis and Treatment of Autoimmune and Neuroimune Disease in the 21st Century

Alan Gruning, D.O. — Fibro/CFIDS: Hope for the Tired and Hurting

Chris Hussar, D.O., D.D.S. — Cavitations and the Oral-Systemic Relationship

Eva Sapi, Ph.D. — Eliminating the different morphological forms of Borrelia burgdorferi

David Kazarian, BSP, RPh, FASCP and Randy Breton, BSP, RPh, CPh — Nutritional Supplements and Other Hard to Find Products

**Infuserve America Tour — State of the art compounding — Hors d’oeuvres and open bar

Warren Levin, M.D. — Candida Workshop


Michael Payne, MS, CRC, CNS — The Use of Bio-Photonic Modulation in Complex Conditions

Armin Schwarzbach, M.D., Ph.D. — From the Symptoms Checklist Over Laboratory Results to Whole Body Therapies in Chronic Infections

Dietrich Klinghardt, M.D., Ph.D. — Hemo Pyrrol-Lactam-Uria (HPI), Lyme Diease and Autism AND A Deep Look Beyond Lyme

Lee Cowden, M.D. — Change the Terrain to Resolve Disease

Dietrich Klinghardt, M.D., Ph.D. — Innovative Disease Protocols

Lesley Fein, M.D. — Case Studies

**Dinner & Poolside Comedy Show with Clifford Kuhn, M.D., author and comedian

***There will be available sessions with the Tesla Energy Lights***


Alliance for Natural Health



In Short Order radio show

Klinghardt Academy of Neurobiology

Living Well Today International

My Lyme Guide


Parasitology Center, Inc

Researched Nutritionals

Spiro Stat, L.P.

Tesla Energy Lights


Registration: $300.00 or 2/$500.00 and $3,000.00 for exhibitors

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