Articles

Postpartum Rehabilitation and Exercise
After spending three quarters of a year growing a baby inside and preparing for labor; rehabilitation and exercise after birth are rarely planned out ahead of time. It is never too late to take care of your body postpartum but the sooner the better for a faster recovery.
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How Qigong is used to improve symptoms of Asthma, COPD, depression, and anxiety
By Guest Writer, Ryan M. Killarney L.Ac. “Diet and exercise”, those are three words that you may have heard before from your friends, your doctors
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Spring into Wood  – Living with the Seasons
With Guest Writer, Brianna Brownfield, LAc The shift from darkness to light, yang bursting from yin is officially upon us.  Spring brings a dramatic shift in
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Resolving Acid Reflux Naturally
Stomach acid is your friend... and acid suppressing drugs are part of the problem! Our stomach naturally produces strong acid to break down our food. Without it, our food basically rots, instead of digesting, and this causes all sorts of problems including acid reflux, constipation, gas and bloating and so much more!
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The Art of Acupuncture
With guest writer, Brianna Brownfield, LAc An ancient medical system has found its place in modern healthcare.  Although acupuncture in the United States is still viewed
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Acupuncture & Herbs: Before, During & After Travel
Individual travel needs and concerns can vary greatly throughout our community but I have found one thing in common for many of my patients, most of them had no idea acupuncture and Chinese herbs could help so much before, during and after travel.
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The Power of Wellness Planning 
With Guest Writer Graham Kenny Wellness planning is a new concept for many of my patients. In a time when people are more reactive to health
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Mindfulness and Deep Breathing
With Guest Writer, Christopher Miller, L.Ac. By now, mindfulness is a mainstream word.  It is being practiced in businesses to increase productivity and in schools to
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Bitter(Sweet) – Sugar and Your Health
Blood sugar imbalance is a major contributing factor to many modern diseases including diabetes, obesity, heart disease and Alzheimers. Thats right, even Alzheimers, which is now being referred to as type 3 diabetes.
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Candida, get out of my body
With Guest Writer, Dr.Catherine Freeman,, DAOM What is Candida?  Candida albicans is a very pervasive yeast.  Most of us have it in our systems. And, for
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The Benefits of Practicing Gratitude
There are some amazing benefits to training the mind to drop into a place of gratitude throughout your life. So what exactly is gratitude and how can you manifest it in your life?
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Love your Lemons! – Don’t toss ‘em, they’re awesome!
With Guest Writer, Matthew Mattox, A.P., Dipl. O.M. Is it just their taste or do lemons contribute something more?  I mean, we have gone through the
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INSTINCTUAL RHYTHMS IN FENG SHUI
With Guest Writer, Gray Estrada, MTCM In olden times survival was fought for.  An intimate understanding of terrain, environment, seasonal cycles, observation of prey routes and
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How To Take Care Of Yourself – What Does It Mean?
By Guest Blogger, Rebecca from selfdevelopmentsecrets.com Take Good Care Of Yourself When you think of self-care, you can’t help but envision a calm environment, surrounded by candles
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Connecting With Your Local Food Source!
Whether you are already a healthy eater who is striving to be more environmentally friendly and sustainable in their eating habits, or you are learning to eat more wholesome, local foods, it is great to know where your food comes from and to have a personal connection with the farming communities who serve us.
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Meditation
With Guest Writer, Paul Robinson, LAc Nearly all people have the desire to reduce stress and increase happiness in their life. In fact, this global
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Acupuncture & Sports Injuries
With skiing and snowboarding season approaching, sports injuries start popping up everywhere. This article will cover the most common snow sport injuries and how acupuncture
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Everyday steps to improve your mood; increasing your brain’s serotonin naturally.
By Guest Writer, Ryan Killarney L.Ac. B.S. Serotonin or 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT) is a neurotransmitter, primarily found in the GI tract, blood platelets, and the central
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Ten Ways Acupuncture & Herbs Help with Allergies
How can acupuncture and herbal medicine help you with allergies?  1) Build the Immune System and defense system of the body When a person has
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