23 Feb

Naturopathic Medicine

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Posted by Dr. Amanda Lee Categories: Uncategorized
Naturopathic Medicine

Acupuncture and Traditional Oriental Medicine With many centuries of history behind it, traditional oriental medicine is still regarded as mainstream medical care in East Asia and is gaining increasing popularity around the world. Acupuncture, traditional herbs, and moxa are used to regulate the flow of energy (Qi, “Chee”) through the body’s more...

15 Feb

Athletic Training

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Athletic Training

There are many rehabilitation tools available to Professional sports teams and now they are available to recovering athletes of all abilities and from all walks of life. Therapeutic Modalities 1 – 3 MHz Ultrasound and electronic stimulators by Dynatronics, Chattanooga, Cefar, and Iomed iontophoresis, as well as numerous portable more...

15 Feb

Acupuncture

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Acupuncture

What is acupuncture? Acupuncture is a complimentary medicine which has been practiced for thousands of years throughout Asia. It has made it’s way to North America and is gaining a reputation for being an effective form of health care. The approach is holistic and treatment varies according to the individual. An acupuncturist will strategically more...

15 Feb

Chiropractic

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Chiropractic

What is Chiropractic? Chiropractic is a drug-free, non-invasive manual approach to health care. Chiropractors must have an undergraduate degree prior to attending Chiropractic College. Their training consists of four intensive years of chiropractic education, which includes a one year internship under the guidance of a senior clinician more...

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