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Dr. Julie Miller

Dr. Julie Miller is now offering EVENING HOURS on Wednesdays.

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We are pleased to welcome Dixie Bennett, Bowen and Craniosacral Therapist, to our team.  She is an amazing therapist and we are privileged to have her skills and talents at our clinic.  We hope that you will take advantage of her expertise and book in an appointment to see Dixie.

Learn more about Dixie

What is Bowen Therapy?

The Bowen technique is a gentle, non-invasive bodywork that balances the autonomic nervous system, releases muscle tension, and improves structural and physiological function. Purposeful and gentle movements stimulate the nervous system and put the body into a systemic response so powerful that a few minutes pause is observed to allow the body to engage in its own self-balancing mechanisms. The body then releases tension, toxins and old patterning as it progresses through its healing cycle.


What is Craniosacral Therapy?

Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle, hands-on method of evaluating and enhancing the functioning of a physiological body system called the craniosacral system – comprised of the membranes and cerebrospinal fluid that surround and protect the brain and spinal cord.



Dixie has an introductory offer for the month of February:

When you purchase 1 treatment,

you get the second treatment for ½ price!!

Guest Speaker

Taking Care of Your Aging Parents

As our parents age, we, as a family unit, need to make significant decisions about our parent’s health. Dr. Melina Roberts will be sharing stories of her personal experience with her parent’s and patient’s health challenges and how important it was to understand what all your options are before making decisions.  She will also discuss the naturopathic approach to chronic health issues as a true option with great effectiveness.

WHERE: YMCA Crowfoot

WHEN: Wednesday, March 13th, 2013

TIME:  7:30-9:00pm

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Goals of Naturopathic Treatment at our clinic

Goals of NaturopathicIt is important for patients to understand what our goals of treatment are.  While all patients are different and each will have individual treatment plans to suit their specific needs, our main goals remain the same.  The length of time it takes to achieve these goals can vary greatly from a few months to a few years.  When you understand where you are now and you can gain a better understanding of where you are heading.

  • Help the body to regain NORMAL physiology
  • All organs are functioning optimally
  • Remove stresses on the body
  • Not dependent on drugs or supplements
  • See patients once a season (4x/year)
  • For most people, that wheat and cow’s dairy are NEVER a staple in their diet but they can consume wheat or dairy on occasion without it causing any setbacks in their health.
  • Goal of Electrodermal Screening: all systems of the body are around 50 with a 0% drop.
  • Goal of Darkfield Microscopy: blood appears like Normal Blood sample
  • Goal of Heart Rate Variability: SNS is at 60 and PNS is at 40

Your Health Questions Answered

Is there any problems microwaving plastics?

When plastics are microwaved the chemicals from the plastics will leach into the foods and this will increase the toxicity of the food.  Bisphenol-A-diglycidyl (BADGE) is a cold-cure adhesion used in plastic packaging and many plastic bottles.  This is a toxic chemical for human consumption and was shown in a study published in Food Additive and Contaminants in 1995 to release small amounts of BADGE into food during microwaving.  Benzophenone is a component of ink on the printed paperboard.  This toxic chemical has been shown to migrate from the packaging into the food. PVC plastic films have been found to release plasticisers into the food when microwaved according to a study done in 1996.  We should not put plastics in the microwave.   Therefore, we should never heat plastic bottles with milk for our babies.  This is a serious health hazard that should be avoided.

I recommend using glass bottles and heating bottles with water boiled on the stove or in a kettle.

Featured Recipe

Chocolate Cupcakes (gluten-free, dairy-free)

Chocolate Cupcakes

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