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How to Deal with Anxiety in a Natural Way

Posted by on Feb 14, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Anxiety is a common theme these days, especially as it relates to money, health, work, family, and relationships. Negative thoughts about the future, worries about the present, and guilt about the past have become a constant theme, with many people turning to pharmaceutical medications for help. Eliminating Stress At Its Root We believe that there are extremely effective ways to deal with anxiety in a natural way. By treating the person from a holistic standpoint, it is possible to eliminate chronic stress at its root. Mind/Body Release Anxiety generally goes hand in hand with physical symptoms such as muscular tension, fatigue, headaches, irritability, insomnia, shortness of breath, sweating, nausea, and the like. A mind that works overtime and the inability to cope with stress and fear can cause a myriad of problems that manifest themselves in the body, and that can be treated by various methods that provide a mind/body release. Eliminating Blocked Energy Age-old techniques such as acupuncture, acupressure, and deep tissue massage can help break the patterns of anxiety so that you can live a more balanced life. Without the fear of side effects, these treatments help to release blocked energy and internal waste products that when cleared allow the body to relax, positively affecting neurological and mental activity. Deep Healing Protocols We believe that learning new coping methods for stress through non-medicinal therapies are ideal for correcting imbalances that disable us from handling problems and worries. From yoga, meditation, and deep breathing to other relaxation exercises, there are many ways to find inner peace. These modalities, however, are often better choices once you are already on a deeper healing protocol provided by a professional trained to deal directly with anxiety and its symptoms. Acupressure and Acupuncture Acupressure and acupuncture are two of the most effective treatments for anxiety healing as they deal with unblocking energy pathways in the body. By putting pressure on specific points either through the use of the fingers or needles, stagnant energy is released, thus returning the body and mind to much needed relief. Therapeutic Massage Therapeutic massage is another powerful way to lessen pain and anxiety. Through manipulation of the tissues, impurities are released as built-up toxins are driven out of the body. Myofacial release is an even more potent modality where the practitioner works on the most profound layers of fascia to get to deeply seated blockages that may have been residing in the body for years. By releasing the pressure and pain from these areas, the body begins to soften whereby nerves, glands, and circulation start to function more normally. Applied Kinesiology Stress always affects the autonomic system, as well as the areas we think we can control. When anxiety is left untreated, our neurological, circulatory, and respiratory systems are compromised. Applied kinesiology can help determine imbalances by muscle testing to better understand the affect of anxiety on the nervous and immune systems, helping to determine the most effective way to heal mind and body. Contact Us For more information on dealing with anxiety naturally, contact us at (610)...

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How Well Water Effects Sensitive Skin

Posted by on Dec 2, 2013 in Cleansing, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Often well water is very hard, which can be challenging for those with sensitive skin. Hard water is extremely alkaline and contains a high content of minerals such as iron, calcium and magnesium that collects in ground water from contact with rocks and soil. This can wreak havoc on the skin, creating dryness due to small mineral deposits being left on the skin, which leech away moisture and natural oils causing flakiness and itchiness.

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Live Well Holistic Health Report

Posted by on Sep 30, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Periodically we like to give our loyal clients and prospective patients an overview of how we are doing at Live Well Holistic Health. The survey we take every now and then is to keep us apprised of what you need and what you appreciate about our clinic.

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The Best in Custom Fit Orthotics, Now at a Special Price through October 17, 2013

Posted by on Sep 24, 2013 in Back Pain, Chiropractic, Main Line, Pain, Philadelphia Area, Plantar Tascitis, Specials, Sports Injuries, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Orthotics can help address Plantar Fascitis, Knee Pain, Hip Pain, Neck Pain, Ankle Pain, Sports Injuries, Low Back Pain, Flat Feet, Shin Splints, Heel Spurs, Bunions, Diabetes, Whiplash, Leg Length Inequality and more. To produce your orthotics, Dr. Martin Orimenko dry-casts your feet and sends the mold off to our labs where they take 13 different measurements to make you the perfect custom-fit orthotics for your feet. Our orthotics by ‘Foot Levelers’ are unique in that they have all three arch supports built in: the main longitudinal arch, the lateral longitudinal arch & the transverse arch. We are excited to be offering a Mega-Special on custom fit orthotics: now through Thursday October 17, 2013 custom orthotics at Live Well are only $275/pair (a savings of up to $100). Price includes your 15 minute fitting visit with Dr. Martin Orimenko. To get your custom-fit orthotics at this special price, schedule yourself for a ‘Brief Visit’ with Dr. Martin Orimenko between now and Thursday October 17th. Please be sure to let us know in advance that the purpose of your visit is to get fitted for orthotics so we can plan...

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Alternative Medicine Clinic near Villanova

Posted by on Sep 23, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Not so very long ago, the idea of approaching health from any point of view outside the Western allopathic perspective in mainstream America was considered engaging in quackery. Thankfully those days are gone with the help of clear open thinking and research that sites the many advantages of alternative approaches to health and wellness.

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