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Paula Norris, M.Ed., LPC, FAPA, is the founder of Springfield Wellness Center, in Springfield, Louisiana. She presents her argument for NAD as a form of treatment for addiction and other conditions.

 

Springfield Wellness Center pioneered NAD+ in the United States.  They now train and certify physicians in providing this treatment in order to make it available to more patients in a safe and caring environment.