I wanted to write a case study about a particular patient who I believe is a great example of how powerful low level laser therapy and acupuncture can be. This patient, who I will call Sarah, was struggling with secondary infertility after naturally conceiving her son a few years prior...
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Starting April 1st, 2019, ICBC will now start covering 12 preauthorized acupuncture treatments within 12 weeks of a car accident as per the Insurance (Vehicle) Act.
It’s winter time. And in Vancouver, that means not seeing the sun for nearly 6 months straight. It’s also the time where people start talking about SAD, or Seasonal Affective Disorder, more openly. So I’d like to take advantage of this time of openness to discuss depression in more detail, and the possible signs and symptoms your body may be trying to communicate to you.
I had an enlightening discussion with a fellow naturopathic physician the other day that got me thinking about the phrase less is more. She and I were out for a friendly chat over a glass of wine and (of course) the discussion turned to our practices and patients.
As an acupuncturist who works in women’s health, I encounter a question almost daily: ”Am I broken? Is there something WRONG with me?” Sometimes it is spoken. Most of the time though, women suffer with this feeling of inadequacy and suffering silently.
Laser Treatments Benefit Metabolism and Inflammation by Improving Gut Microbiome According to StudiesJan 09, 2019
As if us practitioners at Acubalance needed another reason to sing the praises of laser therapy from the rooftops, a recent study shows that it can also hugely benefit the microbiome of the digestive system.