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Squatting – Is it Important and What to Do

The squat, considered by many professionals to be the king of total body exercises and one of the most important movement patterns for a human being to conquer. While squatting is very popular both at gyms, rehab settings, and everyday life; many misconceptions exist around this dynamic movement pattern. People may often be intimidated by


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Coffee and Acupuncture

America runs on Dunkin’, Starbucks, McDonalds, 7-11 and all kinds of coffee. That’s one reason why we are probably the most exhausted Nations. Americans often work crazy hours and have such fast paced busy lives that we feel we need coffee and other stimulants to keep up. When it comes to Acupuncture, coffee does not


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Retired seniors playing mini golf at their retirement center.

The Secrets to Longevity

Longevity secrets in Chinese Medicine span the course of 5 millennia. The eight branches of Chinese Medicine include: meditation, exercise, diet, cosmology, feng shui, bodywork, herbal medicine, and acupuncture. Each branch works on a different layer of a human being and is an expression of the spherical nature of life. In this short essay I


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Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a disorder that affects posture and movement due to damage to the brain. It is characterized by decreased functional abilities, delayed motor development and impaired muscle tone and movement patterns. Because of these, a patient with CP takes longer to do the task and uses a lot of his/her energy focusing


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