Why Are We Fat?

March 12, 2012

In 2008, roughly 33% of adult Americans were obese.  We count calories and exercise regularly but somehow tip the scales on the heavy side. New research is showing that looking at calories alone is not enough.  Researchers are starting to look at “obesogens” and the effect they have on weight gain and health. Obesogens are […]

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November 28, 2011

 Low Back Pain or Hip Pain: Lying hip rolls Cobra stretch or McKenzie method Seated piriformis stretch for office Cat and dog stretch Piriformis wall stretch   Pilates: Pilates for Legs Pilates for Glutes Pilates for Abs   Neck and Shoulder Pain: Yoga chest stretch for office Doorway chest stretch Yoga neck stretch for office […]

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Visceral Osteopathy Course

April 19, 2010

I just got back home after completing part I of the Visceral Osteopathy Course at the Southern Ontario College of Osteopathy and I must say that I can’t wait to start adapting some of the techniques to my treatments.  I absolutely love taking different courses to broaden my understanding of the human body and develop […]

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

February 2, 2010

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition that affects more and more people today.  It is especially prevalent among people that spend a lot of time on the computer and can make work stressful.  It is treatable and its treatment will be discussed in further articles. The Carpal Tunnel The carpal tunnel of […]

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Massage Schools in Toronto

October 30, 2009

Thinking of becoming a massage therapist?  Here are some of the massage therapy schools in Toronto.  All programs comply with the CMTO’s requirements and offer a minimum of 2200 hour programs with 150 hours of clinical practice.  Typically the Toronto massage programs offered at public provincial colleges are much more affordable but take longer.  In […]

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