The elimination-challenge diet is considered the gold standard for identifying possible food sensitivities and intolerance. Although it can take some effort and planning, it is usually a win-win for both the patient and the doctor. Here is what me and my colleagues from Emerson Ecologist are saying: Uncover sneaky food allergies It’s very common to…

Spring is here!  And so are ticks… Having lived in the Northeast for almost 30 years, I know all too well how Lyme and Tick Borne Diseases can affect us, our families and our pocket books. Lyme has affected my family, friends, and of course numerous patients my husband and I treated and helped over…

Nominating a Champion Mom is such an easy way to make her feel seen and appreciated… and if she wins one of the prizes, even better! Send us a story about the best healing recipe or trick you learned from her! or it could be a ‘’funny but working’’ natural remedy she used for that…

Jenn was a thirty-nine-year-old patient who visited me complaining she felt burned out. Her overwhelming work schedule left her fatigued, with frequent headaches, miserable colds, and raging tension that cut into her sleep. On top of that, she confessed that lately life had become meaningless, which she attributed to an early midlife crisis, and her…

Eating well is good for your mental health as well as your physical health. But which foods are particularly important to keep your gray matter happy and healthy? Here are few suggestions. 1. Avocado: one of my all-time favorites, packed with monounsaturated fats or the ‘’good’’ fats, important for our brain cells structure but also…

Allergy season is already here, plants and trees bloomed earlier this year releasing a great amount of pollen. It is estimated that around 40 million people suffer from symptoms of seasonal allergic rhinitis or hay fever. There are many symptoms associated with that including cough, itchy eyes, sneezing but also fatigue and lack of energy….

The connection between the emotions and disease has been known for thousands of years in cultures all around the world. It is mentioned in the Bible and by the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)textbooks. Yoga traditions use the term samskara which means the “subtle impressions of our past actions” and describe how this can impact your physical health….

I would like to introduce my guest blogger Daisy Trimor, she is currently completing her DO education and her internship with our practice. Enjoy! Dana Neacsu, MD   What is Osteopathic Medicine? To most people, the two initials listed after a doctor’s name remains limited to MD – the most universally recognized medical degree. If…

I am sharing some great information about acupuncture, please enjoy this great blog written by one of my wellness practitioners friends Karen Lang. She practices acupuncture and I invite you to read more about her and Chinese medicine here: www.dogwoodhealingarts.com For some women and couples in vitro fertilization (IVF) is the answer to their dream of…

Fatigue can be a normal experience and part of the normal physiology and we all dealt with energy fluctuations at one time or another. Modern day life puts people in situations they must continue to press on even when our body is sending gentle signals it is time to cut back and rejuvenate. Our body…

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