Hey Folks! I am a healthcare practitioner that specializes in movement, nutrition and wellness. My job is making people better. That’s a very subjective goal, but it’s a crucial goal for sure. Many people live their lives simply hoping they don’t encounter illness or disability. Many hope it won’t “get” them. I’m here to tell
Hey Folks! Todays post will be short and sweet because I don’t have the full study (they cost money… a lot) and because I need to go to costco and then study. Todays research paper: Impaired Insulin Signaling in Human Adipocytes After Experimental Sleep Restriction: A Randomized, Crossover Study What did they do: They asked
Hey Folks! Do you suffer from IBS symptoms, acid reflux, varied energy levels, and/or various musculoskeletal aches and pains? You don’t need to live that way! We’ve all slowly wandered astray when it comes to our health, often wondering, “oh no, what’s WRONG with me?” when our health is less than optimal. I’m here to
Hey Folks! So, at what point have we started eating, living and thinking in ways that are designed to avoid disease? I was just thinking the other day – there are so many “diet” books, and books on lifestyle interventions like exercise, stretching, meditation, etc. that are designed around preventing or treating a particular illness.
As a wellness and prevention practitioner, I face the occasional challenge in regards to patient compliance to a genetically congruent lifestyle far more frequently than I face those patients who have been provided with bad information. My experiences with patients have taught me something that I’ve heard before, but which really resonated with me today.
Hey Folks! As of September 1st you may have noticed some differences at what was previously known as Health Coach. Although, if you’re a Chiropractic patient of mine, and not a Naturopathic patient, you may not have noticed much other than the phone number doesn’t direct you to our office anymore. Due to some
Hey Folks! So I’m back again for another post about the Wellness Paradigm. I’m always searching for good, or even better ways to explain what my goal is with the treatment of my patients as it can be quite different from the outcomes other health care practitioners are looking for. While the distinction can be