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Massage and Your Liver

The liver is an indispensable organ and its proper function is vital to a personal wellbeing and overall health.
The stresses of our modern daily lives place extra demands on it which can impact its proper functioning over the long term.
There are different modalities of massage that can benefit the liver. It can be affected by visceral manipulation, a direct but very gentle technique to improve the vitality and mobility of the organ itself within the […]

By |March 9th, 2018|Health Tips|

Liver & Bowels: Your Best Friends for Spring Cleaning

Spring Cleaning… Let’s talk about bowel movements
In nature, the transition from winter to spring is a transition from stillness to expansion, from hibernation to rebirth; materials from the past are cleared to make room for new growth. Similarly, the bowels and the liver work together to cleanse the body allowing for regeneration and transformation. In keeping with the cycles of nature, spring is a great time to strengthen liver and bowel function and reinforce this […]

By |February 14th, 2018|Health Tips|

Liver Loving Habit-start the day with Raw Organic Apple Cider Vinegar


made from nutritious organically grown apples and retains many of the fruits’ beneficial components because raw apple cider vinegar is not pasteurized.
in its two fermentation processes, it produces enzymes and life giving nutrients that make apple cider vinegar the powerhouse it is.

What Is The Difference Between Clear Vinegar & Raw Apple Cider Vinegar?

Clear vinegar has none of the benefits of raw organic apple cider vinegar. Through its processing and distilling, it’s been […]

By |February 2nd, 2018|Health Tips|

Love Month Libido Lessons

February is the month of love; it is the month of Romance; the month of Valentines day; and also the month of Heart Health Awareness.

Libido or organic sexual desire is a question that comes up often in my practice.  However, it is often brought up as an after thought to a host of many other symptoms.  An imbalance in one part of the body will most often have threads of imbalance in other parts of […]

By |January 19th, 2018|Health Tips|

Heart Health & Why It Matters

The heart organ is one of the most awe-inspiring creations of nature. There is about 5 liters of blood in the body but the heart effectively pumps over 6000 liters of blood per day. And, with only minimal care for the most part, the organ pumps continuously for 80+ years. There’s no equivalent man-made pump that has that kind of reliability.

But in recent decades, heart function has been challenged with the proinflammatory effects of processed […]

By |January 12th, 2018|Health Tips|

Adding Acupuncture to Your Cold & Flu Survival Kit

You’ve probably noticed (or experienced!) that cold and flu season is in full swing. In fact, many people have already been sick multiple times this season!
A lot of people know that acupuncture benefits back and neck pain, joint injury, and muscle tension. However, did you know, that many patients find acupuncture beneficial in supporting the immune system and reducing the uncomfortable symptoms of colds and flus?
How Acupuncture Works

Qi (or energy) (pronounced ‘chee’) flows through channels […]

By |December 8th, 2017|Health Tips|

How Intravenous (I.V.) Nutrient Therapy can help your recurring colds this season!

Are you experiencing recurring colds or flu’s this past season?

A number of our patients have reported being sick with severe cold symptoms, followed by a few weeks of recovery and then finding themselves sick again.  Common symptoms include sinus congestion, sore throat and a persistent cough.  Although we are unsure why this recurring cold or flu is occurring, we are suspecting a strong virus is to blame.  Immune systems may not have completely cleared the […]

By |October 6th, 2017|Health Tips|

Breaking Down – “Breaking Bread”

Michael Pollan is a well-known author and modern day activist in our current food revolution.  He has several books published on food, comparing traditional cultures and nutrition, as compared to the modern day Western Diet.  You may have heard of a few of his most popular books:  “In Defense of Food,” and “An Omnivores  Dilemma.”
One of Michael Pollan’s most recent projects includes a four-part food documentary on Netflix called, “Cooked.”
Each part goes through a different […]

By |September 26th, 2017|Health Tips|

Tips for a full tummy after a big Thanksgiving meal

Dr. Dhiman has some great tips for keeping your tummy happy and healthy for the next big meal, such as Thanksgiving around the corner. Enjoy these tips, don’t hesitate to contact us if you need any additional support.

1) Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV)– a distressed stomach’s best friend.  One to two teaspoons in 1/2 a glass of water 15 minutes prior to meals.  ACV will aid in digestion, decrease gastric reflux, decrease bloating and abdominal pain.  […]

By |September 15th, 2017|Health Tips|

Just Breathe: The Answer is Under Your Nose

Breath is the key to health, it is what keeps us alive, when we are born we take our first breath, as we pass, we take our last.  Life cannot exist without breath.  Breath work is often overlooked as an essential part of health and wellness.  It is right under our nose, available to us at any time, anywhere, and the cost is nil.  Our society has become a society of “rapids”.  A society of […]

By |July 29th, 2017|Health Tips|