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Naturopathic Therapies for Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis

Crohn’s disease and Ulcerative Colitis are autoimmune conditions that affect the large intestine, and are collectively referred to as Inflammatory Bowel Disease, or IBD. A naturopathic approach helps to not only manage the symptoms of Crohn’s and Colitis, but to identify underlying pathologies that are causing an autoimmune response. The Importance of Diet Diet is […]

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The Use of Lipoic Acid Mineral Complex in Naturopathic Medicine

PolyMVA or lipoic acid mineral complex (LAMC) is a combination of lipoic acid, vitamins, minerals and amino acids. PolyMVA is designed to facilitate optimal mitochondrial function, protect DNA and aid in energy production. Using LAMC in naturopathic clinical practice typically involves an intravenous administration for many types of cancer and chronic degenerative diseases. Benefits of PolyMVA […]

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Shockwave: Soft Tissue Treatment for Chronic Pain and Injury Recovery

Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive tool that creates pressure waves that transmit energy to localized areas of pain and inflammation. The shockwaves are delivered to the affected area using specialized heads that concentrate energy and promote healing and tissue regeneration. Shockwave can be used alone, or in combination with other pain reduction therapies including naturopathic, […]

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Autism and Chelation

October is Canadian Autism Awareness Month. Of equal importance to increasing awareness of this medical condition, is increasing awareness of treatment options that are available to patients who are on the Autism Spectrum. Many patients with Autism Spectrum Disorder have a myriad of complex health issues they are facing including: GI issues such as reflux, […]

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Product Spotlight: Researched Nutritionals

Comparatively, Canadians are at a disadvantage when it comes to choice of nutritional supplements. This is due to two factors: increased regulation of nutritional supplements and the size of the consumer market. The regulations that frustrate high-quality US-based manufacturers have little to do with product quality, and mostly with the registration of individual supplements with […]

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