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Acupuncture has been a part of traditional Chinese medicine for over 3500 years, but only in North America since 1971. That’s when author James Reston wrote a book on the subject after returning from China. Since then, it has grown to become a popular form of medicine, successfully treating many conditions, including: Chronic pain such as arthritis or TMD. Recurring pain from injuries including the back, neck, and knee. Migranes. PMS. Mental illness such as depression and anxiety. ...
Posted on 2021-07-20
A concussion is the most common and thankfully least damaging form of brain injury. That doesn’t make them any less scary or unpleasant to experience though. There are two specific reasons a person will suffer a concussion: The brain hits the skull in a forceful way, such as being tackled in a football game. The neural tissue strains from excessive force, often indirectly such as whiplash in a car accident.   This article explores concussions, focusing on symptoms and treatmen...
Posted on 2021-07-20
Exercise is good for the body and the mind… as long as proper precautions are taken. The reality is, most sports injuriescould have been prevented. The top reasons sports injuries occur: Wearing no or low-quality protective equipment (padding, mouth guards, shoes, helmets, etc). Wearing gear that’s too small or too big also fits into this category. Improper or poor training practices, including incorrect warm-up, cool-down, or stretching practices. Being in poor health or condi...
Posted on 2021-07-05
It’s easy to panic after a car accident, especially when other vehicles are involved. Your adrenaline is intensified, and there are too many thoughts circling your head… “am I OK?”  “Is everybody else ok?” “Was this my fault?”, “How will this affect my insurance?”. This guide will walk you through caring for yourself after a multi-vehicle collision (MVA), discussing what treatments might be right for you, including physiotherapy,...
Posted on 2021-02-28
There are 26 bones and hundreds of ligaments, tendons, and muscles in your feet, making them highly complex structures. Yet they support your body weight and provide stability and balance. Poor footwear, excessive exercise, and injuries can cause the structure and alignment in our feet to change creating biomechanical imbalances while standing or walking. Custom orthotics are prescription devices worn inside the shoe, helping to correct alignment issues. Wearing orthotics not only relieves pain...
Posted on 2021-02-28
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