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Gratitude November is commonly associated with the practice of Gratitude. This time of year, we tend to reflect on the people and things we appreciate the most as the Thanksgiving holiday approaches. What is not as commonly discussed is that practicing gratitude (in November and all year long) has significant health benefits! Maybe enough to balance out all the holiday goodies we consume? I’m not sure. The World Health Organization defines health as “A state of complete physical, m...
Posted on 2022-11-03
What to Expect When you Experience an Episode of Back Pain When you experience an acute episode of low back pain, you probably want to know what is causing the pain, what can be done about it, and how long it will take you to recover. Understanding what to expect can be an important part of the healing process. Although the course of back pain can vary quite a bit from one individual to the next, there are general observations that apply to most people: In by far the majority of cases, imagi...
Posted on 2022-08-23
Growth There are many things we associate with Springtime; warmer days, blooming flowers, fresh air, the sun feeling so good on your face, and a reminder that summer is on its way. It feels energizing and it's often a time when goals are set or revisited. Much like January 1st, this time of year feels like a good time to reset, clean out, exercise, eat healthy, etc.  This can feel overwhelming if the end goal you desire is far away from where you are in the present. I’ve learned th...
Posted on 2022-05-02
What is Shoulder Impingement Syndrome? Shoulder impingement syndrome is a common condition leading to pain in the shoulder region. Rather than a specific diagnosis, it is collection of signs and symptoms and can involve one or more of several shoulder structures. Due to a fairly narrow space between the top of the long bone of the upper arm (humerus) and the overhanging rim of the shoulder blade, tissues interposed can become compressed. This leads to pain in the front and side of the shoulder,...
Posted on 2022-04-26
The Upside of Diets & Cleanses With formal diets on the downslope and balanced, healthy eating on the rise, a restrictive diet or cleanse can sometimes be a hard sell. As much as I tend to err on the side of balanced, clean eating, I do think there is a time and a place for either of these options. Below are a few benefits I’ve found: 1.) A metabolic “reset.” I wouldn’t go as far as saying you are fully cleansing your system in such a short amount of time, but steer...
Posted on 2022-04-18
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