Resolving to Be Happy for the New Year

December 15, 2014

It’s that time of year again where many of us reflect on the past twelve months and resolve to make positive changes in the New Year.  Are you making New Year’s resolutions?   Are you thankful for your glad tidings and optimistic for the coming year?  In the spirit of reflection and thankfulness, please find assorted […]

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Tackling Body-Mind Techniques with Dr. Hanoch Talmor

December 15, 2014

Dr. Hanoch Talmor has utilized body-mind techniques in his medical practice as a pediatrician and as an emergency room physician since 1976. He works extensively and instructs individuals and groups in the use of consciousness and personal growth in self-healing. He utilizes many holistic healing modalities including homeopathy, nutrition, chelation therapy and many others. ​In […]

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Needling Andrew Heimann about Acupuncture

December 15, 2014

Acupuncture originates from China and is the practice of inserting fine needles through the skin at particular points to relieve pain.  Salonpas interviewed Andrew Heimann, who holds a Master of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine (MSTOM) from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, and is licensed to practice acupuncture in three states – New York, Florida […]

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Informed Choices Lead to Healthier Pain Relief Outcomes

December 5, 2014

My private practice in Beverly Hills focuses on delivering a holistic, multi-disciplinary approach to providing medical care to patients in pain. Unfortunately, many people don’t realize that pills, even OTC, provide a lot of medication to the body – often more than the amount needed to simply dull the pain.  This excess medicine must be […]

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Flexing with Brant Amundson, the “Muscle Mechanic”

December 1, 2014

Meet “muscle mechanic,” Brant Amundson, who is a posturologist, muscle activation technique specialist and neuro-kinetic therapy practitioner in New York City, who also is a Salonpas user!  Find out more about this unique pain management specialty in the Salonpas interview: Why do you call yourself the “muscle mechanic”? Seven years ago I took my first […]

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Meet the Doctor of the Future: Dr. Carolyn Dean

November 21, 2014

Thomas Edison said, that “the doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest patients in the care of the human frame, in a proper diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.” Today’s media repeats Edison’s words calling Carolyn Dean the Doctor of the Future. Dr. Dean, who has been in […]

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Achieving Optimal Hormonal Wellness with Dr. Lacayo

November 14, 2014

Cecilia Lacayo, MD has been practicing medicine in the Delray Beach-Boca Raton area for over 20 years and serves as the Wellness Physician for The Wellness & Hormone Centers of America™. While going through a very difficult time with weight gain and perimenopausal symptoms, she followed a traditional medical treatment path. Her symptoms did not improve. […]

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Hormones and Wellness with Dr. George E. Sadowski

November 7, 2014

George E. Sadowski, MD, the Medical Advisor of the Wellness & Hormones Centers of America, www.wellnesshca.com, is a physician with a thriving surgical practice with the Surgical Associates of North Florida in St. Augustine.  Salonpas interviewed Dr. Sadowski on the role of hormones and wellness: How does someone know they have a hormonal deficit? If […]

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The BioMechanics Method Offers Corrective Exercise Techniques to Alleviate Pain

October 22, 2014

Salonpas sat down with Justin Price, one of the top musculoskeletal assessment and corrective exercise experts in the world, to discuss his innovative methods for alleviating chronic pain.  He teaches health and fitness professionals around the world an educational program he created called “The BioMechanics Method®.”  He also works one-on-one with clients in San Diego […]

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Is Pain Keeping You Up at Night?

October 22, 2014

Is pain keeping you up at night?   Daylight Savings Time ends on November 2nd at 2:00 am local time and we get another hour of sleep. Whether we “spring forward” or “fall back,” our sleep patterns can become a bit jumbled. Ben Franklin—of “early to bed and early to rise” fame—was reportedly the first […]

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