Articles of Interest

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Is Acupuncture for You?

By Jessica Vella, Registered Acupuncturist 

Acupuncture is based on Traditional Chinese Medicine theory with the emphasis of treatment to balance the body into its natural state of harmony.  With over 5000 years of history, it has proven to be a safe and holistic treatment.

Acupuncture involves the insertion of very thin, sterile needles into specific points in

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An Interview with Dr. Jen Newell, ND

An Interview with Dr. Jen Newell, ND, Natural Skin Doctor

 

How did you get into your current career/what made you decide to pursue this career?

 

A: I fell into Naturopathic Medicine. During my undergrad I became really sick and saw a number of doctors that couldn’t fully figure out what was going on. Finally I saw a Naturopath who

Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture, By Jessica Vella

Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture is an effective, non-surgical treatment to reduce the signs of aging. It is based on the principles of Chinese Medicine, which involves the insertion of very thin disposable needles into acupuncture points on the body and the face.  This superficial insertion will increase the local circulation to the face and stimulate collagen

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An Interview with Christina Hyland, RSW, MSW

Q: What made you decide to pursue your career?

A: My greatest inspiration, cheerleader, and influence in my life that led me on my path towards specializing in clinical social work, energy therapy and nutrition, was my aunt Kathy. I truly believe that there was no coincidence that my parents chose my aunt Kathy as my

Whole Wellness for Our Children: “Healthy and Happy” By Diane Imabeppu

Most parents, no matter what parenting style they ascribe to, wish for their children “to be healthy and happy.” While different opinions exist on what constitutes best practice for children’s physical health, most parents would agree on the basics of nutritious food, regular exercise, and sufficient sleep.

 

The “happy” wish is a bit more complicated. What

An Interview with Lydia Henry, DOMP

Q: How did you get into your current career/what made you decide to peruse this career?

 

A: As an athletic therapist I was exposed to several other professions. I had a treatment from a friend who was studying osteopathy and I was blown away by what she was able to help me with.

 

Q:  Do you have

To Love Thyself

TO LOVE  THYSELF

Why do we find it so easy to love others, and so difficult to love ourselves….

By Trudy Parolin

It all begins with being at peace with yourself.  It is the main ingredient that we all need in life to understand and experience true well-being and joy with over all confidence. The relationship you have

A Novel Treatment to Rebalance the Body AND the Mind!

By Dr. Jessica Liu, ND

 

In my nearly 10 years as a naturopathic doctor, I think the concern I hear most often from my patients is “My doctor says there’s nothing wrong with me, all my bloodwork is normal, yet I don’t feel well”.  It’s my job then as a practitioner to try and read between