Halloween is quickly approaching and we have chosen to focus on the nutritional health of pumpkin, a versatile fruit that provides a lot of bang for your buck. We already know that carving pumpkins and roasting the seeds can be … Read More
Feeling anxious and sad is part of being human, without these emotions we wouldn’t get to experience peace or joy. Anxiety disorders and clinical or seasonal depression aren’t just feelings, they are elongated physical and mental responses to a chemical … Read More
Starting off with the sad news….our wonderful massage therapist Debra is leaving us on October 24. She has sold her house and is moving to the western part of Virginia to be closer to her daughter. She will be missed … Read More
Dr. Amanda will be discussing the unique challenges women face as they journey through life, and what holistic recommendations we … Read More
Cannabidiol, or CBD oil, has recently been gaining a lot of attention as an alternative, non-pharmacologic method of relieving pain.
The legality of CBD oil usage is still controversial, as it is derived from the cannabis (marijuana) or hemp plants, … Read More
Brian from Anytime Fitness will be teaching us how to work simple exercises into busy lifestyles. This class will be great for anyone, especially those who work at a desk all day! There is still time to sign up, and … Read More
We’ve all heard the quote “Sitting is the new smoking.” And that statement is true for many parts of the body, including heart health, digestion, musculoskeletal health, and more! As we send our kids back to school and working professionals … Read More
In the Kuper household, we are all about simple meal prep and dishes that are versatile. Below is one of our favorites! This gluten-free, dairy-free black bean and quinoa salad is very flavorful and can be used as a side … Read More
KIANA IS ENGAGED!!!!
Kiana and James met through an online music project in early 2015, where James reached out to her to thank her for her support. They became interested in one another and began a long distance relationship that … Read More
Opioid medications (including morphine, hydrocodone, tramadol, and fentanyl) were originally intended for pain associated with cancer and the end stages of life, and have been found less effective to treat noncancerous, chronic pain. However, for many years, these medications have … Read More