About Dr. Brian Foley

Dr. Brian J. Foley

I want to share with you and others why I am so excited about Nutritional Response Testing℠. I always felt the need to help people and in 1978, I developed a  mid-back condition. The discomfort and pain became so bad that I was unable to sleep at night. After I told my father what was happening to me he suggested I go to his chiropractor for help. I asked him what the chiropractor could do for me and after waiting three months to get an appointment, I found the answer to my own question. During my first treatment with the chiropractor I felt “instant relief.” I had never experienced anything that worked so fast or perfect and get the result I had.

I asked him what I would have to do in order to become a chiropractor and he offered to call the college and ask them to send me some information. I was fascinated with chiropractic and hooked to the idea of being able to help people without surgery or drugs.

Little did I know at the time, becoming a chiropractor required eight years of schooling: four years of pre-med and four years once I was in chiropractic college to get my Doctorate Degree. Time wasn’t of importance; all I cared about was becoming a Doctor of Chiropractic.

I graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1986 and started my first practice in Winchester, TN. I was able to help a lot of people through chiropractic.

I was contacted by a doctor from Texas whose son lived in Nashville. While working on a construction site, his son passed out, was rushed to the hospital and stayed for two days. The doctors could not find what was wrong with him. He was in a coma and they thought he would not make it. His father wanted him to have some chiropractic treatment, but the hospital does not allow chiropractors to come in and treat; so I went into the hospital to see him as his spiritual advisor. When I arrived he was in bed unconscious. I felt his neck and a bone in his neck felt like it was out of place — a mile out of place. I adjusted his neck, he made a sigh of relief and the color came back to his face. The next day he woke up and they moved him out of intensive care. I adjusted him three more times in the hospital. The last time I saw him, he was sitting up in bed eating pizza and watching TV. The medical doctors never found what was wrong with him.

This is one of many miracles I witnessed in my early years of chiropractic. As time went on I noticed that it was getting harder and harder to get and keep people well through chiropractic alone. I also noticed my health was changing. I was overweight, tired and I lost my hair. I was doing everything I was told to do to stay healthy. I was exercising, eating right (I thought) and getting my chiropractic adjustments. I wasn’t healthy. At that moment I knew two things: 1) something in the environment had changed 2) I was missing a piece of the puzzle to keep people healthy.

I went on a quest to find the piece of the puzzle that I was missing. What I discovered was there were other doctors with similar experience as mine. They noticed people weren’t getting well like they once did. In 1986, three to four chiropractic treatments and the person was doing well. Now 10-15, 20-25 treatments and the symptoms did not go away, they still persisted.

I was introduced to a new way of evaluating the body called “Nutrition Response Testing℠.” At first I thought, “This is strange stuff, almost space age.” I couldn’t believe it! Nutrition Response Testing℠ could show what reflexes (glands and organs) weren’t working right, what nutrition a person’s body needed, what allergies a person had and a system on how to get rid of it! Nutrition Response Testing℠ gives you the “precise thing” the person needed to regain their health. I was evaluated with Nutrition Response Testing℠ and put on a program to regain my health. The program removed energy blocks that were keeping me from being healthy and showed the exact nutrition my body was missing. Over the next few months I stared to regain my health. I no longer woke up tired, I had plenty of energy through out the day and I lost over 42 lbs. I felt better than I had in many, many years. I was excited! I checked my family, they got better. I checked my chiropractic patients with Nutrition Response Testing℠ and they got better. I now know and have what most doctors don’t know — the ability to evaluate a person for functional illness and give them a road map to better health.

Like the lady that was on anti-depressants, overweight and couldn’t concentrate, she’s now happy and functioning well at work and home. Or the person who had pain in both feet that was unable to walk in the morning for six years was now pain free.

I am now back doing what I enjoy, introducing people to a new health care approach – Nutritional Response Testing℠. Please read the testimonies of some of the others I have helped and the miracles that took place in our office using the Nutritional Response Testing℠.

Brian J. Foley, DC
Natural Health Care Practitioner

25 Responses to About Dr. Brian Foley

  1. Dr. Brian J. Foley says:

    Great! You now need to attend the Natural Health Care Solutions Workshop. You can register on the website or call my office. Space is limited. It will be held the Thursday evening and it starts at 6:30 PM. See you there.

  2. Tamara Bledsoe says:

    Will you be hosting any webinars for those of us who do not live in the area?

  3. Dr. Brian J. Foley says:

    I don.t have any plans for a webinar at this time.

  4. Nancy F Lambert says:

    I am interested in finding out, My brain get so tired its hard to talk much less think

  5. Shelley Dunham says:

    Dr. Foley- I have a friend who has Rheumatoid arthritis which is starting to show up in her spine. She is on all kinds of drugs, and is doped up half the time. Modern medicine is not helping her at all. Do you work with people who have an auto-immune disease?

  6. Dr. Brian J. Foley says:

    Yes, I have worked with many autoimmune cases have had much success with them.

  7. Dr. Brian J. Foley says:

    Would need to do an evaluation to see what is going on. Call my office.

  8. jane says:

    Do you know of someone who can treat this disease in the Phoenix Az area?

  9. Kevin says:

    How much sugar per day am I supposed to consume?

  10. james mosley says:

    is there a holistic cure or some help for adhd ? person currently taking ” vyvance “.

  11. Roxanne Price says:

    Dr. Fowley,
    My 22 year old daughter has chronic fatigue. She was diagnosed with it about 10 years ago and is unable to work or attend school. She is now taking 2 on line classes, but this is even hard for her to do. Went from competitive gymanatics and competitive cheerleader to homebound and in bed all the time. WE bought Relax Wraps for the body from a man in Opry Mills that said you knew about chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia which she also has. She has been on cymbalta for a long time, but no doctor has really improved her life. We Live in Paducah Ky. Do you know anything that could help her? Or a doctor in Paducah that could help her?

  12. Dr. Brian J. Foley says:

    Yes, I do know a lot about fibromyalgia. It means multiple body problems. Your daughter will need to have an evaluation to sort out her condition.

  13. Dr. Brian J. Foley says:

    Yes, It is usually the pituitary gland that needs nutrition. Pituitrophin PMG from Standard Process works well.

  14. Dr. Brian J. Foley says:

    You need to keep all carbohydrates (sugar is a simple carb) to 75 grams per day. Anything over 75 our body cannot handle and will be stored as fat.

  15. Dr. Brian J. Foley says:

    You can email the name of the city you live in and your zip code and they will send you the doctor that is closest to you: info@unsinc.info
    Hope this helps.

  16. Dr. Brian J. Foley says:

    sugar is a simple carbohydrate, no more then 75 grams of carbs a day. Anything over 75g is sent to the liver and stored as fat. Sugars by them self, no more than 4 grams per day.

  17. Dr. Brian J. Foley says:

    You can email the name of the city you live in and your zip code and they will send you the doctor that is closest to you: info@unsinc.info
    Hope this helps.

  18. Dr. Brian J. Foley says:

    You can email the name of the city you live in and your zip code and they will send you the doctor that is closest to you: info@unsinc.info
    Hope this helps.

  19. DEBRA says:

    I have a hard time waking up in the a.m. No matter how many hours of sleep I get. I have no motivation, I have to make myself do things, and no energy. There is no reason for this. I have very little stress in my life. I am 63. My health issues are as followed; been diagnosis with Gerds, arthritis in various areas, dry skin, coarse, dry hair, tendonitis in both feet. Just very depressed.

  20. debbie russell says:

    Is there a workshop every a week. I have been through the work shop before and had great results . Do I need to do the work shop again or just come in for an evaluation?

    Thanks, Have a great evening.

    Debbie Russell

  21. Dr. Brian J. Foley says:

    Thanks Debbie for your questions. The workshop right now is every Saturday, but if you have been to the workshop already then you can call and make an appointment to come directly in. The workshop is there to give t you the view point on how you are going to get healthy and stay healthy. So, just call the office 615-333-0021. Will see you soon.

  22. Dr. Brian J. Foley says:

    Debra, This could be due to low cortisol (hormone) in the morning. Cortisol, which comes from the adrenal gland is suppose to be highest in the morning. This is what wakes you up and gets you going in the morning. You could do a saliva test to check the morning cortisol. More than likely Your adrenal gland need some support. A good place to start would be a product from Standard Process called Drenamin. This is a professional grade supplement and would have to be purchased from a doctor (You can call my office we can mail it to you 615-333-0021). Once you do the saliva test and if it verifies that you are low in morning cortisol, there are various herbs you can take to bring up the cortisol. You can also, call my office for the saliva kit. There is no charge for the kit, the cost of the test for morning cortisol is $39, mail in directly to the lab. Hope this helps. Let me know. Dr. Foley

  23. Dr. Brian J. Foley says:

    Yes, The approach is different for different people. (different types of Supplements). What I find in common with most people that have ADHD is that they all have a weak pituitary gland. Small gland found in the brain. It is the master controller of the endocrine system, but it has a lot to do with focus, memory,thought,etc. I use a product called Pituitrophin PMG this is a product from Standard Process.It is a professional grade supplement and would have to be purchased from a doctor (You can call my office, we can mail it to you 615-333-0021) This would be a good place to start. It would be better if you could make an appointment at my office then I could do an evaluation and be very specific on your needs. Dr. Foley

  24. Dr. Brian J. Foley says:

    Good rule of thumb, is no more than 75 grams of “net carbs” per day (net carbs are, total carbs minus the fiber gives you net carbs). Sugar is a simple carb.(carbohydrate). Our bodies cannot handle more than 75 grams of carbs per day. Anything over 75 is converted and stored as fat. The average American is eating 400 to 500 carbs a day. Hope this helps. Dr. Foley

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