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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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Musicians and RSI

Musicians and RSI – An interview with therapist Susan Chapelle by Mark Korven, musician and composer For most of my 30-year career as a musician, I’ve been blissfully free of aches and pains. I could pound away at the keyboard for hours on end and then run out to play a couple of sets of…

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Registered Dietitian joining the SIH team

Kavanagh Danaher is a Registered Dietitian with a background in preventive nutrition and health, oncology and sports nutrition. She enjoys working with anyone who wants to improve their health through nutrition. 

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Arthroscopic Partial Meniscectomy versus Sham surgery for Degenerative Meniscal Tear

New England Journal of Medicine: Knee Surgery of Partial Meniscectomy versus Sham Surgery for Degenerative Meniscal Tear: No significant difference.

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Evidence Based Manual Therapy for Scars and Adhesions

The modern education system for manual therapy, including Massage Therapy, Physiotherapy, Osteopathy and Chiropractic works on the acceptance that manipulation of tissues for scars and adhesions is of therapeutic value. This paper examines the current scientific literature on mechanical force and its effect on connective tissue.

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