Women’s Health

MIC+ Injections for Stress, Weight Loss, & Energy

MIC+ Injections are recommended to any patient that is in need of stress reduction, increased energy, weight loss, improved digestion, and detoxification (heavy metals, homocysteine). Injection therapy is 100% natural and does not involve the use of any medications. It is the fastest and most effective way to deliver nutrients to the cells and tissues of your body.

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Yoga and Chinese Medicine – build Prana and regulate Qi

Yoga

The Vedas are ancient texts from India, written in Sanskrit. They are considered to be divine truths revealed to ancient sages after intense meditation.

Meditation is a practice to bring awareness to the nature of our Self. Slowing and observing our thoughts can expose the nature of our mind, how it connects to our body,

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Miscarriage yinstill reproductive wellness

Acupuncture for Pre and Post Surgery

During your reproductive journey, it may be necessary to have a surgery to better your chances of conception. Typically in the reproductive arena, many of these are laparoscopic surgeries which are minimally invasive. Sometimes more extensive surgeries are unavoidable and required to continue towards the goal of conceiving. This is when taking stock of your goals and timelines becomes even important as many couples are working within timelines.

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Cannabis and Female Fertility: Is it a fit for you? 

With the abundance of cannabis dispensaries available to us today, and the multitude of issues and symptoms that claim to be eased and solved with cannabis, one can easily be led to think this is a harmless addition to your daily or weekly routine.

In a time where there is mass information and conflicting data on the use of cannabis,

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Getting to the root of PMS

What is PMS?

 

Most women I have worked with over the years “know” when their period is coming.  Some experience a change in their mood, have bloating or sore breasts, develop acne, have abdominal cramping, or a change in their bowels.  Some unfortunate women have all of these things, and more.

Today it is estimated that 3 out of every 4 menstruating women will experience at least once in their lives some form of physical or emotional changes after ovulation happens until the menses begins,

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PCOS & infertility yinstill reproductive wellness

Progesterone and Yang: A TCM Perspective

Progesterone, also known as P4, is a reproductive hormone involved in the menstrual cycle. Influencing what is known as the “luteal phase”, it helps prepare the uterine lining for implantation. If implantation does occur, progesterone helps maintain the integrity of the endometrium, helping to secure the new pregnancy. It also plays a role in the development of an embryo.

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How To Hydrate Your Face During Winter

Do you suffer from dry skin, deep wrinkles or both that becomes aggravated in the winter? Well, investing in cosmetic acupuncture to care for these areas of your face can be very uplifting (pun intended!) and free from the myriad of constituents in skin care products.

 

Winter time can produce very dry skin and this can increase the appearance of deeper set wrinkles on the face.

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Inflammation:  What it does to you and how can your diet help

Inflammation:  What it does to you and how can your diet help

The inflammatory response that is triggered in our bodies is necessary to help fight infection and is useful in the short term as it is part of the immune response.  When the inflammatory reaction continues after an infection is gone it can cause many health problems.

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Being Fertile Tip #2: sleep helps you lose weight

…AND is important for many other things, including reducing your risk of cancer and Alzheimer’s, proper digestion, regulating inflammation, memory, slowing telomere shortening, and the list goes on.

There are 2 stages of sleep; 1. non-REM (which has 1, 2, and slow wave stages) and 2. REM. Just to keep it simple, they are all important for different reasons.

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