• Cupping
    Cupping is an ancient therapeutic practice that has been used for centuries in various cultures around the world. This technique involves placing cups on the skin to create suction, which Read more
  • Gua Sha
    Have you ever heard the word Gua Sha and wondered what it meant?  Gua Sha is a traditional Chinese healing treatment in which a trained professional uses a smooth edge Read more
  • P.I.P Coverage: What Is It, Should I Have It, And How Does It Work
    Law in every state requires carrying automobile liability insurance.  Other coverage types and options are available for purchase for your policy.  One of those is Personal Injury Protection (PIP).  This Read more
  • Exercise Do’s and Don'ts
    Exercise Do’s and Don'ts Do’s: Exercises you like.Doing exercises you like will keep you more consistent.Stay disciplined.Focus on discipline over motivation.A good warm up and cool down.You should break a sweat during Read more
  • Zinc for Covid
    I’ve written about zinc in the past for viral infections and early on at the start of the pandemic describing its role in mitigating COVID-19 infections. With the recent uptick Read more
    Summer is here! Finally! With the warm to hot days of summer I frequently see patients complaining of cramping, especially in the night. Most of the time the solution is Read more
  • Deep Tissue Massage: What it is and What it is Not
    As a male massage therapist I get a lot of new and established patients ask for deep tissue massage.  “Really get in there” they say.  After a brief chuckle I Read more
  • Massage for Treatment of Plantar Fasciitis
    Plantar fasciitis is a painful overuse injury and stress of the plantar (sole) fascia. It is like carpal tunnel syndrome or tennis elbow: a kinda-sorta tendinitis, an inflammatory thickening (1) Read more
  • Acupuncture for Treatment of Plantar Fasciitis
    Taking your first steps out of bed each morning shouldn't feel as if you had sleepwalked through an ally of broken glass during the night. Unfortunately, those who suffer from Read more
  • Plantar Fasciitis
    They take you wherever you want to go, day after day, sometimes with little rest in between. I'm not talking about Uber or Lyft, but about your feet. Usually they Read more
    You've just been in a car accident. It was not your fault. You are getting all kinds of advice from friends and family. You brace yourself for the onslaught of Read more
    Time for that New Year’s Resolution! Yup. “I’m going to start working out!” I hear that several times every January. Starting off a new year with a mission to improve your health Read more
  • Rhubarb Coffee Cake
    Rhubarb Coffee Cake Makes 18 servings Tired of the same old Rhubarb Pie? Try this recipe using Rhubarb in a whole new way. Ingredients 2 1/4 cups whole wheat flour (substitute with rice or Read more
  • BBQ Salad
    BBQ Salad Makes 2 servings Like most people, I'd rather have too much food than not enough, especially at my summer family BBQ's. Luckily, one of the best things about BBQ's is the Read more
  • Another reason to eat breakfast
    ANOTHER REASON TO EAT BREAKFASTI love breakfast.  “The most important meal of the day!”  I’m sure you have all heard that old wives tale.   Old wives tale:  an epithet used Read more
  • Garden Salad Supreme
    Garden Salad SupremeThe end of summer can be tough around here because gray skies will be returning soon. But one good thing about this time of year is harvesting the Read more