Its History Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine dating back to the ancient Egyptian, Chinese and Middle Eastern cultures. Most individuals who practiced this were typically very religious and were seeking purification from cupping. In ancient Greece, they used the modality for internal disease (like infections for example) and structural problem. The… Continue reading Cupping Therapy: Its History, How it Works, Risks & Benefits. – By Caylee d’Entremont, Registered Massage Therapist.
Have you ever had a night where you just could not fall asleep? Maybe your brain just wouldn’t shut off, or you couldn’t stop thinking about what happened that day, or what you have to get done the next day. So you toss and turn and check the clock until you find yourself thinking “okay,… Continue reading Can’t sleep? Optimize your night routine. – Dr. Erin Edmonds, BSc., ND
It is time to discuss the gap that exists in inter-professional collaboration and abate the myths surrounding chiropractic care. I have been a chiropractic doctor for nearly two years and the speculation of the merits of chiropractic care remain the same. I have experienced healthcare professionals (not all) from a wide range of professions tell… Continue reading “I was told not to see a Chiropractor” – Discussing The Role of Chiropractic in Primary Healthcare and Debunking Common Myths. – Dr. Julien R. Payne DC, CSCS, FRCms.
There is so much information out there on nutrition, diets, and “how you should be eating” that it can easily become very overwhelming. Just google the word “diet” and you will find 20+ different programs all claiming to be the best, most effective way to eat. Each one is marketed more cleverly than the last,… Continue reading Clinical Nutrition: Eating For Your Needs – Dr. Erin Edmonds, BSc., ND
Acupuncture is a treatment modality that has been in practice for several thousand years. The reason it has stood the test of time? It works incredibly well. Traditional Chinese acupuncture not only targets the painful joint or tissue, but it also works to address the underlying imbalances causing the pain in the first place. We’ve… Continue reading Acupuncture For Knee Pain – Dr. Erin Edmonds, ND