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A Prescription For Healing: Shinrin-Yoku

Those of you who know me personally are aware of my deep love for the great Outdoors. I dedicate as much time as possible to hiking and climbing in the mountains, often spending nights out in the woods. I especially enjoy the beautiful forests of the Northeast, from Harriman State Park, just north of New [...]

Homeopathy, Gentle Medicine to Soothe Your Emotions

The last several months have been a stressful time for most people, more so for some than for others. The anxiety and sense of uncertainty brought on by the coronavirus pandemic are profound and able to penetrate deep into every cell of your body, creating the potential for disruption of your cellular health and neuroendocrine [...]

How Your Pelvic Floor Is Holding It All Together

Deep inside your body is a network of muscles, tendons, and ligaments attached to your pelvis, a group of bones at the bottom of your torso. Think of it as a flexible and adaptable system, similar to a trapeze, that helps hold your internal organs in place and yet is flexible enough to allow [...]

Ears to the Rescue

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about how I can help people who are afraid of acupuncture needles. Are you one of them? Maybe you’re intrigued with the healing potential of this ancient form of medicine. You’ve heard good things about it from friends, colleagues, your family, or even your doctor. Some have experienced remarkable [...]

Relieving Anxiety With Acupuncture and Herbs

These past few months have undermined our expectations and presumptions about living in New York City in profound ways most of us have never experienced before. This has affected the health of many people in a variety of ways. Not only are we living in fear of contracting or spreading coronavirus, but we had to [...]

Period Pain Is Not Normal

You had been looking forward to going on that bike ride, spending time at the family barbecue or watching a movie with your friend. Maybe you had just hoped to make it through your workday without distraction. But then you got your period and, along with it, pain that may range from dull & achy [...]

Myofascial Release Restores Your Inner Communication

You may think the worldwide web is complicated, but have you thought about the complex web inside your body called fascia? Our bones, muscles, nerves, blood vessel, organs and the brain would all just collapse into an unsightly pile of mush if it weren't for the fascia suspending and holding all these structures in their [...]

Find Your Personal Stress Busters

You know it when you're stressed. You just don't feel like your best self. Stress is not what's going on in your life but how you respond to it, consciously or unconsciously. That's why we also call it the stress response. Hans Selye, a physician and professor at McGill University who was born in Vienna [...]

Life After Birth

Expecting mothers these days, encouraged maybe by their friends or doula, create a birth plan while they are pregnant. If that's true for you, are you also thinking about an after-birth plan? Currently, the spotlight is trained more on what to expect at your birth, and how to prepare for it to increase your chances [...]

It Takes Two: Considering Male Fertility

The saying “It takes two to tango” rings especially true when it comes to natural conception. Many couples trying to conceive without success initially wonder if the answer may be found in the woman's reproductive health. It turns out that in approximately 30% of couples unable to fall pregnant this is due to male factor [...]