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Why Do Your Back Pain Problems Keep Coming Back?

By: Dr. Paul Fleming For the most part, having “tight muscles” is not causing your pain. Those tight muscles are probably doing their best to prevent you from having MORE pain. Our bodies have a limited number of strategies for dealing with painful movements or stabilizing us through movements, so when a movement pattern is […]

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Why Do Your Back Pain Problems Keep Coming Back?

Educational Seminar: Making Your Food Work For You

Registered Dietitian, Kavanagh Danaher will be speaking at this year’s Arc’teryx Climbing Academy on July 23, 2017. She will be discussing the important roles that foods can play in optimizing your climbing ability, getting the most out of your training, and preventing injury. Also, be sure to check out the other seminars on prevention, rehab, […]

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Osteopathic Practitioner joins the team

Osteopathic Practitioner Anne-Marie Mougeot has recently moved to Squamish and is currently accepting patients at Squamish Integrated Health. Anne-Marie has always lead an active lifestyle and loves to boulder and sport climb, so it seemed only natural for her to make the move to Squamish. Anne-Marie decided to study osteopathy as an extension to her […]

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Nutrition Interventions for Couples

If you are interested in having your nutrition goals stick, it is important that the people around you are supportive. There are three pieces of the puzzle when making behaviour changes around nutrition, they are: Your individual beliefs, knowledge and attitudes Your social network and community of support (family, friends, etc.) Your environment (availability and […]

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Injection Therapies for Pain Management and Injuries

Our Naturopathic Doctor, Dr. Sal Meli, is offering several injection therapies for pain relief and joint regeneration/healing. These therapies, used either alone or in combination can be of great benefit to becoming pain-free or for returning to sport as soon as possible, especially when other therapies have not worked. Prolotherapy is used for tendon strains, ligament […]

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