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The Spring Season and Traditional Chinese Medicine

Spring is a of time growth, renewal, and increasing light, warmth, and energy. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) each season is associated with one of the classical five elements. Spring is connected to the Wood element. This element reflects the nature of trees and plants to grow upward and outward. In spring we see new […]

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Spring: The Season of New Beginnings and Allergy Warfare

It’s Spring! The days are getting longer and the weather is finally starting to warm up. The trees, grasses and flowers are blooming and everyone’s spirits are starting to lift after the long, dark and cold winter. Many people look forward to the change in seasons; however, for seasonal allergy sufferers this time of year […]

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Flu season and the Flu Vaccine

It seems that every year with the ringing of a new year we also ring in a new season of the flu. It’s at that same time that everyone seems to be recommending that you get a flu vaccine. You can get it practically anywhere at no large expense. Unfortunately, there is a lot of […]

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Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy

What is bio-identical hormone replacement therapy? As we go through life transitions, hormone levels can become imbalanced. After childbirth, perimenopause, weight changes, and aging in general hormone shifts can occur resulting in unpleasant symptoms. Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is the therapeutic administration of hormones to replace or supplement a deficiency or imbalance of normally occurring […]

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Sugar: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly Part 2

Missed Part 1? Find it here. With the growing obesity epidemic and increasing number of people being diagnosed with diabetes, there has been a push to eliminate sugar from our diets. This has led to increased consumption of non-nutritive sweeteners (NNS). These sweet sugar substitutes are calorie-free, and are therefore thought to be a safe […]

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FAQ Regarding IV Nutrient Therapy

What is intravenous (IV) nutrient therapy? IV nutrient therapy is a method of delivering nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other substances, directly into the blood stream. This is considered a parenteral therapy, meaning it bypasses the digestive tract. At Today Integrative Health + Wellness we believe this is a powerful tool for helping […]

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Individualized Weight Loss

by Misty White, ND Diet and Exercise.  That’s the key to weight loss, according to conventional wisdom. What if you’ve adopted a great Diet and ramped up your Exercise and are still not seeing results?  What if you don’t know where to start with Diet and Exercise? Our approach to weight loss is a comprehensive […]

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Hidden Immortal Lineage Taijiquan

Taiji (also written Tai Chi) is a Daoist martial art, a form of Qigong. Qigong literally means “energy work.” It is a practice of moving meditation, in which you to work with your energy to increase your vitality and attain harmony within the body and with the outer environment. There are different forms of Taiji […]

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Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy and Holistic Pelvic Care

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy and Holistic Pelvic Care™ is a practice consisting of physical and energetic tools designed to evaluate and restore balance in the pelvic space of the female body. By combining internal massage with gentle myofascial and trigger point release, balance of the pelvic musculature and increased blood flow can be achieved. This […]

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Do I have IBS or a Food Intolerance?

In my previous posting, “Do I Have IBS or Poor Digestive Function”, I discussed that the vast majority of my IBS patients do have something that we can identify and treat, leading to more control over digestive symptoms and better quality of life.  IBS is not something you need to simply “learn to live with.” […]

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