The Rock shared a selfie of his back, which showed many red circles going down his spine as a result of the cupping therapy. Cupping is a Traditional Chinese Medicine therapy that has a long list of purported benefits including increased blood flow, decreased inflammation and reduced stress. Speak to Dr. Le to see if this treatment can help you.
Wearing a mask is critical to reducing the spread of COVID-19, but rigorous tests conducted on behalf of CBC’s Marketplace found that while some work very well, others offer little protection from the particles that transmit the novel coronavirus. One type of mask can even spread those particles to others. Read the full article: Marketplace tested over 20 different masks.
We are very excited to be the recipient of 2020 Toronto Star Readers’ Choice Awards‘ PLATINUM award for Best Acupuncture for 2 consecutive years. We are also very honoured to win PLATINUM and GOLD awards for top Orthotic Services, Alternative Medicine, and Massage & Wellness Centre.Continue reading “2020 Toronto Star Reader’s Choice Award Winner”
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in not only a global health crisis but has also drastically shifted the way people go about their daily lives, including how they work. Even as economies across the globe re-open, many companies and organizations are adopting more flexible hours, providing more options to work from home, and in some cases going fully remote. This has ultimately created a “new normal” where people can now expect to work from home more than they ever did before– and they may not be prepared for it.Continue reading “Tips For Working From Home”
The most common injuries among weightlifters are to the spine, shoulders and knees. Keeping your spine in a neutral position — with three natural curves in your neck, upper back and lower back — will help protect you from these injuries. When held steady, it is the safest and strongest position for your spine.Continue reading “Prevent Back Pain While Weight Lifting”
Take these steps to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19):
- follow the advice of your local public health authority
- wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
- use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer containing alcohol if soap and water are not available
- try not to touch your eyes, nose or mouth
- avoid close contact with people who are sick and practice physical distancing
- cough and sneeze into your sleeve and not your hands
- stay home as much as possible and if you need to leave the house practice physical distancing (approximately 2m)