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Men’s Health at Center for Natural Healing

It’s June and Father’s Day is coming right up. This has me thinking about the men in my life and how much they mean to me. I do all I can to encourage my father, my son, and my fiancé to foster and protect their health through good habits and proper healthcare – it’s one way I show I care. I’m sure you do the same for the men you love.

Did you know that we treat men of all ages at Center for Natural Healing? Whether it’s helping instill lifelong healthy habits in young men or reinvigorate middle aged and older men, we’re here to help. We assist those of any age to recover from new or old injuries using therapies like acupuncture, prolotherapy, and prolozone. Protecting against chronic diseases such as heart disease, arthritis, and cognitive decline requires ongoing preventive care. For this we can offer health screening tests, nutritional counseling, lifestyle coaching, advice on proper supplementation, and IV or ozone therapies. For disease prevention in middle aged and older men there is almost nothing better than hormone replacement, and we’re happy to provide education on this therapy.

We understand it can be hard for some men to see the importance of visiting a doctor when they don’t feel sick or hurt. This is especially the case when they think that things like aching joints, poor sleep, reduced energy, and less stamina are unavoidable facts of life and aging. This just isn’t true and we want you to help us spread the word. Many forty- or fifty-something men will ignore the quieter signs of low testosterone like weight gain and low energy, not seeking help from a doctor until they need a prescription for that “little blue pill.” By that time, they’ve already traveled down the road toward higher chronicContinue Reading >

Honoring the Male Energy

Honoring the Male Energy

Fathers, this month is to honor YOU. We here at the Center for Natural Healing would like to extend to you a discount on either a first time office visit to establish yourself at our center or a follow up visit. We know that you are perfect and that you can handle a little fatigue without complaining. Most men surrender though, when their erectile function starts to become compromised and some know to start supporting their aging due to difficulty maintaining a healthy body composition.Continue Reading

Golf and Other Related Injuries Addressed with Prolotherapy

Golf and Other Related Injuries Addressed with Prolotherapy

Have you noticed a decrease in your game as an athlete? Are you rehabbing an injury that just doesn’t seem to heal? Many injuries are very overt, they come while playing or training in our sport of choice or from accidents. Some are not so easy to recognize, like ligament laxity or osteoarthritis. This article is dedicated to all the golfers and others experiencing pain, as well as other athletes looking to improve their sport or quality of life.Continue Reading

Spring has Sprung!

Spring has Sprung!

Spring is here and we can all smell the sweetness of the blossoms that bless this beautiful desert. Well maybe not “we all” because many people cannot smell the sweetness as the allergy medications can block our sense of smell while taking them. Since we are not yet through this season as it will go until June when things really start to heat up I’d like to make some suggestions that you may not have thought of before to treat allergies. The first thing would be to remove the most common inflammatory foods from your nutrition until allergies are over: Dairy, Eggs, Soy and Gluten (and alcohol) while drinking your body weight in ounces of water per day.Continue Reading

Plant Something and Watch It Grow!

Plant Something and Watch It Grow!

Maybe it’s because of the freshness and life that Spring brings (and that I planted seeds and they are sprouting!!)…. Maybe it’s because I’m nesting and very much in love with my husband and our growing family…. Maybe it’s because I’ve moved into a better version of myself over the last year….

Surely it’s all of this and more…. I’ve been keeping a journal since I was in 6th grade. For my blog contribution, I thought I would simply write a journal entry to share my heart with whoever feels like reading about it.

I just want to express my deepest gratitude and love for the life that I get to live. This life is a beautiful work of art; in all its majesty and all of the struggles that come with being alive, the ebb and flow of happiness and sadness can provide an unknown state of joy and peace, when you strive to find the positive growth that floats in the midline.

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