Monthly Archives: August 2016

Treating Car Accident Injuries

Today more than ever, driving – especially in NJ comes with many considerations. Between roads that need repair, distracted drivers, holiday driving and drivers that are under the influence – it is no wonder that NJ has been named as having the second worst drivers in the country (2012 Allstate Insurance Company study). Yes, with…


Does Acupuncture Work Better than Intravenous Morphine?

Recent statistics from the National Health Interview Survey, report that over 14 million Americans have tried Acupuncture Therapy. The World Health Organization has recognized Acupuncture as a safe and effective treatment for a multitude of complaints – including pain and discomfort. According to a new study, published in the American Journal of Emergency Medicine (August…


Are you Searching for a Fibromyalgia Diet?

From a nutritional standpoint, to successfully treat Fibromyalgia, it is critical to look at controlling inflammation in the body. Three areas to focus on include: The digestive system – healing an inflamed or “leaky gut” Identifying food allergies and sensitivities Supporting the liver detoxification system Addressing Leaky Gut Syndrome This syndrome refers to an inflammation and…


What is Cupping?

Recently, you may have noticed several Olympic athletes with circular markings on their bodies. The markings or discolorations denote the body’s level of toxicity and stagnation. These intentional and desired markings – which fade over a few days, are the result of an ancient form of therapy, known as cupping or cupping therapy. Rather than…


Is it time to explore Alternative Health Care?

It seems that a new drug or new surgical procedure become available to “cure” diseases almost on a daily basis. While there is a need for conventional methods to relieve some forms of pain and treat some illnesses… other approaches are available. One approach goes back to basics – the basics of finding the root…


When to be Concerned about a Loss of Balance

From time to time, people experience feeling dizzy or are unsteady while sitting, standing or lying down. A spinning feeling (vertigo), feeling of faintness or a floating sensation may be felt. Some people experience blurred vision, nausea, diarrhea, become disoriented or there is a change in their blood pressure or heart rate. Experts believe that…


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