Monthly Archives: February 2015

East Meets West with Acupuncture with Christina Robich

Christina Robich has been a Registered Nurse for over 20 years and has practiced in some of New York’s most valued institutions. In the early 90′s, she desired to enhance her education and entered the Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine program at Mercy College. In August 2000, Christina received a Master’s degree and became a Diplomat in Acupuncture. Christina is currently licensed in the State… Read More
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MELT Away Pain and Stress by Rolling and Flexing

The MELT method, recently profiled in The New York Times, claims to alleviate chronic pain, aching joints, weight gain, stress, digestive problems, low energy and insomnia.  Salonpas sat down with Raleigh, NC-based Karin Singleton, who is an advanced MELT instructor, to learn more about this method which is taking the country by storm. As an ACE Advanced Health and… Read More
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Keep Calm and “Ommm” With Yoga Pro, Monique Richard

The benefits of yoga include building stamina, strength, and flexibility as well increasing a body’s range of motion.  Salonpas sat down with Nashville, TN-based Monique Richard, an AAAI certified yoga instructor who is also a licensed and registered dietitian nutritionist and owner of Nutrition-In-Sight. “Beyond those benefits, pain relief has been associated with yoga in terms of decreasing lower back pain, carpal… Read More
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The Inside Drill About Dentistry

Anyone who has ever experienced tooth pain, whether it is from dental decay, injury or infection, knows how important it is to have a great dentist.  Salonpas sat down with leading New York City dentist, Dr. Jeffrey Dorfman, Director of The Center for Special Dentistry®, which includes a large group of general dentists and specialists and publisher of, a… Read More
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