Jeff is a Colorado Chiropractor and natural health educator, who began his health care career as a cancer researcher at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in the mid-1970s. He worked at the Laboratory of Human Genetics in the New York Blood Center, where he performed tissue culture for Cancer and Birth Defects research.
His subsequent studies included Acupuncture, Ayurveda, Biofeedback, Brain scanning, Chiropractic, Energy therapies, Fluoride research, Genetics, Inflammation, Kinesiology, Laser, Massage, Nutrition, Physical Therapy, Thermography, and Yoga. Dr Prystupa graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1983.
From the microscope lens, analyzing cell growth, watching cells grow, live and die in culture, noting growth media utilization, cell nutrition, observing toxicology principles, and comparing normal cell growth and cancer cell growth, impressions were made that charted his career path. For thirty years, he has been dedicated to patient-based research. First learning what causes illness and disease, but then to restore health – at the cell level.
“When conditions within the body cause symptoms” he says, “it is wiser to change the conditions than it is to change the symptoms. Toxicity has replaced infection as the new disease vector. The focus in healing needs to move beyond ‘killing small bugs’ to harnessing the healing effects of physics – light, energy fields and nutrition. A new dawn is breaking in health care.”
Gaeta Institute Courses:
- Cancer Support & Prevention