The Ins and Outs of Breathing: Part II

by Dr. Paul Fleming, DC, BSc.Kin “If breathing is not normalized – no other movement can be.” -Karel Lewit In Part I on breathing, we discussed the importance of proper respiratory mechanics, highlighting some of the conditions that can be attributed to breathing dysfunction.  We also reviewed what proper vs. improper respiratory mechanics are, and…

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The Ins and Outs of Breathing: Part I

By Dr. Paul Fleming, DC, Bsc. Kin Breathing.  It is something that most of us will take for granted.  It happens automatically. Yet unlike other “automatic” functions in our body such as our heartbeat or digestions, we can consciously control how we breathe. Many common complaints can result from, or be amplified by, incorrect breathing. …

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Staying Warm all Winter Long with Moxabustion

by Jennifer Ramos, R.Ac Baby, its cold outside… and it will be for the next 4 months or so! While most of us here in Squamish love to play outside in the snowy mountains this time of year, the COLD factor can sometimes get overwhelming. Trips to Mexico and sunny destinations are a nice way…

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How Acupuncture Affects the Body

By Jennifer Ramos Acupuncture has become more accepted as an effective treatment for many different types of disorders in recent years. Decades of scientific research has concluded that acupuncture does indeed have physiological effects on the body based upon several different theories.  Acupuncture has been proven to stimulate the hypothalamus and the pituitary gland and…

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