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5 Exercises to Improve Pelvic Mobility During Pregnancy

by Anne-Marie Mougeot, B.Sc. Kin., D.O.M.P, D.Sc.O. I have always been a lover of movement, whether it be walking with my dog, yoga, climbing, or generally being active. I was able to keep up most of my regular activities when I pregnant with my little guy, but I added a few therapeutic exercises to the…

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Helping the Body to Adapt During Pregnancy

By Anne-Marie Mougeot, Osteopathic Practitioner D.O.M.P., D.Sc.O, B.Sc. Kin One of the most beautiful examples of our body’s ability to adapt and to demonstrate balance and strength can be seen during pregnancy. There are amazing physical, hormonal, and emotional changes that take place in order to accommodate and support a growing fetus. So many shifts…

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Food Doesn’t Have to Be a Fight

By Kavanagh Danaher, RD, BSN(H) I see clients in all life stages, but there is nothing more effective for lifelong healthy behaviours around food as talking to a parent and child about food. In terms of preventing chronic disease and unhealthy coping mechanisms related to food, parents play the primary role. Kids create lifelong habits…

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Attenuation of postoperative adhesions using a modeled manual therapy

This paper was published recently and is using techniques developed at Squamish Integrated Health to resolve and prevent postoperative adhesion formation after surgeries. Susan Chapelle is the co-investigator on this grant from National Institute of General Medical Sciences. Postoperative adhesions are pathological attachments that develop between abdominopelvic structures following surgery. Considered unavoidable and ubiquitous, postoperative…

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Nutrition & Dietetics

Kavanagh Danaher uses evidence-based nutrition recommendations to help you achieve your goal(s), whether that be in day to day nutrition, managing a disease state, or improving your performance in the mountains. Dietitians are the only regulated nutrition health professionals in Canada. The title ‘dietitian’ is protected by law, just like physician, nurse and pharmacist. You can…

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