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Wednesday, October 22, Noon to 1 p.m. with Jamie Starkey, LAc
For more than 3,500 years, acupuncture has been providing relief to people around the world. Originally developed and practiced in China, this soothing therapy is today embraced by all patients who seek to alleviate symptoms caused by ailments that range from arthritis to migraines to the aftereffects of chemotherapy. It has even been proven effective in helping people stop smoking! Take this opportunity to join us as our acupuncture expert discusses the treatment, what to expect and its benefits.
TMJ and migraine pain can be debilitating for many people. This pain can often stem from overly tight muscles in your head, neck and shoulders. Certain chiropractic and functional medicine techniques can treat the muscular and bone problems that can cause this pain. Join our integrative medicine specialists as they discuss the causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options for this type of pain.
Kristin Kirkpatrick, manager of Wellness Nutrition Services, shares some of her healthy pantry staples.
Dr. Daniel Neides explains how gratitude can help make people happier and healthier.
Foraged ingredients find their way into chic Cleveland area restaurant menus
New study shows it may be possible to eliminate junk food cravings after six months of healthy eating. Kristin Kirkpatrick, Manager of Wellness Nutrition Services, comments.
Dr. Daniel Neides discusses the dangers of smoking hookahs or water pipes.