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Healthcare Tips and Topics

Naturopathic Interventions To Manage Your Pain

by Dr Alexandra Reimann, ND on 04/09/17


Decreasing pain by reducing the system's 
overall inflammatory load including:

Anti-inflammatory diet recommendations
Therapeutic exercise, stretching
Adjunctive use of natural anti-inflammatory substances such as:
omega 3 fatty acids
herbs 
nutraceuticals

Identification and elimination of all other sources of inflammation such as:
food allergies/ sensitivities
environmental irritants
lifestyle components

Naturopathic pain management in conjunction with MD co-management, physiotherapy, diet and lifestyle assessment and counseling, nutraceuticals.

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Low Temperature Fever

by Dr Alexandra Reimann, ND on 04/09/17

Low-temperature fevers are easy to ignore as they’re not bad enough to disrupt our work. We only associate high fevers with something serious, but having a low-grade temperature for anything more than a week, could be equally dangerous. Persistent low fevers could be as harmless as a flu or could indicate a more serious condition like leukemia. Either way, never leave a fever untreated if it persists for more than a few days. Even if it’s not serious, it’s best to have a doctor treat it.

The benefits of root vegetables

by Dr Alexandra Reimann, ND on 03/18/17

Today, strong evidence exists that some of the vital nutrients found in many root vegetables — including vitamin A, vitamin Cpotassiummagnesium and dietary fiber — can help fight cancer, diabetes, obesity, and inflammatory-based disorders like heart disease and arthritis.


Yams, beets, parsnipsturnips, rutabagas, carrots, yuca, kohlrabi, onions, garlic,celery root (or celeriac), horseradishdaikon, turmeric, jicama, Jerusalemartichokesradishes, and ginger are all considered roots. Because root vegetables grow underground, they absorb a great amount of nutrients from the soil.

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