Wound healing is a complex and dynamic process and occurs in a manner dependant on the nature of the wound, a person’s vitality, their nutritional health status and their immune system. In this article we review how the body heals wounds after surgery and what can be done to speed the repair and recovery process. Read More.
Author: Dr. Jessica Moore, ND Published: 2018-11-10
Stop Struggling, Get Started. Weight management is a struggle for most us. Especially when there are underlying health conditions that play a factor. There are a ton of diet trends and weight loss options out there; how do you select an approach that will not only prove successful, but address underlying imbalances? Read More.
Author: Dr. Alaina Overton, ND Published: 2018-10-21
This seminar will review the medical indication and application of auriculotherapy. Protocols will include anterior and posterior acu-points on the ear. Each participant will receive 2 hours of combined lecture and practical application. Read More.
Presented by: Dr. Jessica Moore, ND Event Date: Sunday 2018-10-21
*Naturopathic medical students, acupuncturists and naturopathic doctors are eligible to attend.
GOING GLUTEN-FREE: WHAT EVERY NEWLY DIAGNOSED CELIAC SHOULD KNOW & WHY YOU SHOULDN'T WAIT TO GET TESTED
Not everyone exhibits the traditional digestive symptoms associated with celiac, not everyone is horribly sick. If you have any of these symptoms, or if anyone in your family struggles with gluten sensitivity or has already been diagnosed with celiac disease, don’t wait, get tested. Here’s why. Read More.
Author: Dr. Alaina Overton, ND Published: 2018-09-05
Before a scheduled surgery, I council patients on using therapeutic nutrition and activities that support immune health, connective tissue repair and stress management. The purpose of this article is to share a few examples of some of the evidence-based therapies that may be considered as part of a pre-surgical supportive care plan. Read More.
Author: Dr. Jessica Moore, ND Published: 2018-08-18
Dietary studies suggest the consumption of meat products cooked at high temperatures may pose a risk factor for stomach, breast, prostate, colorectal, and other cancers. While there are certainly more variables contributing to this observation, you can take preventative action by optimizing your grilling practices. Read More.
Author: Dr. Jessica Moore, ND Published: 2018-06-30