of the most common goals for the new year is
a decision to be more active. I started day
one of January first with an invigorating
Polar Bear swim!
One of the most common blocks to being more
active is pain. This is where I can help.
Acupuncture can be
very effective to treat pain from many
causes, from injury and surgery
recovery, to arthritis, to menstrual cramps,
to headaches, to migraines, to digestive
disorder pain, and more. Check out my
website for more specific information for
each of these types of pain:
are a multitude of supplements both online
and in stores with claims to cure your pain,
but which ones are right for you? First of
all, that depends on your type of pain. Is
it from muscle injury? Joint degeneration?
Nerve impingement? Internal organ disease?
Immune system imbalance? Hormonal imbalance?
All of the above? None of the above?
there are so many causes for pain and
because pain is such a subjective
experience, it is important to get a proper
assessment. That usually starts with a
complete and thorough consultation
determining when/how the pain started; what
aggravates the pain; what alleviates the
pain; what concurrent medical issues there
might be; what the health history indicates;
whether lifestyle, emotional, mental, or
spiritual aspects are big contributors (they
always contribute something!); and more.
supplements that may crossover treatment for
several different kinds of pain
include magnesium, fish oils, and coenzyme
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I will be
February 9th 7-8:30
Managing Stress with
Traditional Chinese Medicine
at Connect Health
Centre for Integrative Medicine
#205-2786 West 16th
To reserve your space
(limited space available):
call 604-733-4400 or
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