Allergy Ellimination Diet

February 14, 2019

When most people think of allergic reactions, they think of anaphylactic reactions. These are the severe reactions that often send people to the emergency room.
However, there is another way that food can effect your immune system; food sensitivity. With food sensitivity, a persons immune system can be triggered in a much more mild way than an anaphylactic reaction. Symptoms can include skin issues (redness, ...   read more

Separating Pain and Suffering: Intro to Nerve Glides, Mirror Therapy, and More

February 14, 2019

I’d like to introduce you two people who are pioneering the way we understand pain. Their names are Lorimer Mosely and David Butler.
These two people are inventing innovative new treatments for pain, and researching the role of the brain in chronic pain. I’ll start with David Butler.
If you have heard of Mirror Therapy or Nerve Glides then you’ve already heard of the work of David Butler.
Mirror ...   read more

Simple Yoga Ball Exercises to Regain Core Strength

February 14, 2019

Core exercises are important for making sure your pelvis, lower back, hips, and abdomen work together in harmony.
There may be a point in our lives when we need to get our core back into shape starting with some very simple exercises. Maybe you have had a car crash, abdominal injury, c-section, or any abdominal surgery. These three yoga ball exercises are a great way to getting our core strength back and start ...   read more

The Osteopathic Use of Optometric Lenses

February 13, 2019
Here at Insight Medicine, Dr. Stason is using optometric lenses to reduce strains related to vission in his patients. The purpose of this treatment is to determine an eyeglass prescription that minimizes physical strain and creates a ‘neutral’ visual experience.
For over 80 years, the osteopathic profession has recognized the presence of rhythmic patterns ...   read more

Piriformis Stretches for Sciatic Pain

February 13, 2019
Piriformis Stretches: A Possible Easy Solution to Your Sciatica Pain
In as much as 22% of the population, the sciatic nerve pierces the piriformis muscle.
Because of this, a trauma to the buttocks causing muscle spasms or inflammation could compress the sciatic nerve. This can cause pain which generally starts in the buttocks and can be severe enough to extend all the way down your leg.
Luckily, ...   read more

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