Category: Articles

Buddhify App

We wanted to share some apps and digital health “helpers.”  For many, mobile Apps are an easy, affordable way to keep both physical and mental health practices top of mind. Today we’ll be looking at one mindfulness app called “Buddhify.”

Today we’ll be looking at one developed in BC called “Buddhify.”

Looking at Thai Massage and Joint Mobilization for Low-Back Pain

Sharon Jackson, the RMT at Eastpoint Natural Health, offers massage and joint mobilization when working with patients.  These techniques are beneficial to resolve low back pain. She also is trained in a variety of other methodologies including deep tissue massage, Swedish massage, myofascial release, and myofascial trigger point release. This article is shared to the courtesy of Massage Therapy Canada.

Our September Newsletter is now Available

Our September Newsletter is now available!

Dr. Anne Stacey offers Babywearing Workshops at Circus Play Cafe

Dr. Anne Stacey is partnering with Circus Play Cafe to offer a series of babywearing classes starting from September 11 – October 2,2017.

MindShift App

We wanted to share some apps and digital health “helpers.”  For many, mobile Apps are an easy, affordable way to keep both physical and mental health practices top of mind. Today we’ll be looking at one developed in BC called “Mindshift.”

Chiropractic for Runners

Training for some big runs and races this season? You may want to book in some chiropractic treatments as you train. Running is one of the most effective, affordable, and fun activities available for people worldwide to achieve optimal health and wellness. The downside of all the wonderful benefits is that running causes its share of injuries to the body. Read more.

June Newsletter

Read our June Newsletter

Frozen Shoulder

There is no “cure” for frozen shoulder, but it is crucial to seek care to decrease the progression and worsening of pain and limitation of shoulder motion. An article written by Dr. Marina Liarsky, one of Eastpoint’s Chiropractors.

A New Mom, a New Identity

A review of “The Birth of a Mother” written by Dr. Alexandra Sacks, an article that looks at the significant shifts in identity that new mother’s experience. This article summarizes that main points of what psychiatrist Daniel Stern identifies as “matrescence,” which is what some anthropologists call this “shift into being a mother.” Anika Cornish, Eastpoint’s Registered Clinical Counsellor, works with clients to navigate significant life shifts and offers free consultations via phone or skype as well as in person.

What is a Consultation? What should I expect?

We offer free consultations with each of our practitioners here at Eastpoint with three purposes in mind.

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