Acute/Chronic Pain Resolution & Body Management
"What's your health worth to you?"
Natural health and holistic medicine blog by Jc Drobac.
October 14, 2019
When I started working with Margaret a half-year ago, her back and shoulder pain had hindered any attempts at working out, and her weight gain concerned both her and her family. Margaret’s improvements — including a huge decrease in back pain — combined with her great attitude, have let her meet a lot of her DBS Therapy goals. Our measurements demonstrate that Margaret has lost a total of 3.5” off her waist so far. She now works out 3 to 5 times per week, with cardio and weight-resistance training.
October 1, 2019
Myofascial Release Therapy, Neuromuscular Therapy, and Craniosacral Therapy are three powerful modalities therapists often incorporate into healing sessions. At WholeSelf, we incorporate these techniques into bodywork sessions as needed. Though you’ve probably heard of these therapy methods, how much do you actually know about them? We’re going to explain each type of therapy, how it works, and the benefits of each of them so you’re never left wondering which types of therapy are best for you!
September 24, 2019
Feeling especially anxious these days? Autumn Anxiety is a relatively newly coined term for that nervous feeling in the gut that begins the last week of August and continues through much of September, and it's very real.
It’s no wonder why some folks experience heart palpitations trying to process it all. Here are a few techniques that can help keep Autumn Anxiety in check during the season, allowing us to get the most from debatably the most beautiful season Minnesota has to offer.
August 27, 2019
By reading this article, you’ll learn in detail about Lyme, including which 10 essential oils have been proven to be as (or more) effective than antibiotics for addressing Lyme bacteria!
August 16, 2019
July 23, 2019
1. "Summer Up" Your Water. Infuse your regular water intake with fresh garden herbs like mint, basil, lemon thyme! Remember, half your weight in ounces is a good...