Tag Archives: AIM for health!

A Naturopathic approach to ADHD

A Naturopathic approach to ADHD by Dr. Mohammad Shegeft Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), is an increasingly pervasive condition in both pediatric and adult community.  Most recent data suggest that 10% of all children in US are diagnosed with ADHD … Continue reading

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TCM Diet for Spring and a Detox Tea Recipe!

By Ko Ching Lu EAMP, LAC   Spring is the season, which we see trees blossom and rebirth of many living life. According to Chinese medicine, spring is the season associated with liver organ and belongs to the wood element.  … Continue reading

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Put a Spring in your Health!

by Dr. Brooke Azie-Rentz   Spring is nature’s way of saying, ‘Let’s party!’ -Robin Williams              This year, this quote seems even more pertinent here in Washington.  After just breaking records for rainfall, the flowers and blossoms are bursting … Continue reading

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Kidneys: Not just for pies anymore!

by Dr. Brooke Azie-Rentz      This month we are focusing on the Kidney; 2 small bean shaped organs located next to your spine on either side.  I know what you are thinking: those 2 little organs, you can give one … Continue reading

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The Spring Cold and Flu Season

by Dr. Brooke Azie-Rentz The holidays have come and gone and Spring is in the air, but the cold and flu season is going full steam ahead, and it is bad this year.  Here at Alpine Integrated Medicine, we believe … Continue reading

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Be Prepared: Cold v Flu

by Dr. Joy Chou, ND Fall is that quintessential time of year when kiddos faithfully head back to the classroom and become exposed to a plethora of germs and viruses. Those pesky pathogens inevitably invade the household, often resulting in … Continue reading

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Notes on Ergonomics

by Dr. Bridgett B. Simon, ND LAc                 Hello everyone, welcome to the fall season. I like this topic because it turned out to be more than I expected. When I thought of ergonomics before this, posture and sitting time … Continue reading

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