Volume 2, Number 11
November 11th – 13th: Office Hours
Dr. Ting will be out of the office from Thursday November 11th until Saturday November 13th. As a result there will be no chiropractic appointments available on those days. The office will remain open for the following hours for massage therapy appointments.
Thursday November 11th
RMT Hours: 12:00 – 7:00 p.m. (Isidora Romantini)
Friday November 12th
RMT Hours: 10:00 a.m. – 4: 00 p.m. (Isidora Romantini)
Saturday November 13th
The office will be CLOSED.
Patient Appreciation Days
The Advanced Chiropractic Team would like to show our thanks and appreciation to our fantastic patients! You have all helped make our office what it is and for that we are truly grateful.
On Wednesday November 3rd and Thursday November 4th we will be serving free coffee, tea and baked treats!
Please drop by anytime during our regular office hours.
Maximizing Your Health Coverage
For many of our patients their extended health coverage renews in January of 2011. There is no better time to take advantage of any left over health benefits you may have! With the holiday season fast approaching a session with our registered massage therapists may be just what you need to prepare for this busy time of year!
Our Registered Massage Therapy Team
Isidora Romantini, RMT
Isidora is a graduate of Elmcrest College. Since graduating she has also obtained her diploma in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University. Isidora has had the opportunity of working with some of the top sports therapists and can therefore appreciate what it takes to keep functioning at peak performance.
- Monday 12:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
- Thursday 12:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
- Friday 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Dayle Tengnagel, RMT
Dayle specializes in relaxation and deep tissue massages, as well as myofascial release. She graduated with honours from Georgian College in 2008. Dayle is also trained in equine massage.
- Tuesday 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
- Wednesday 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
- Friday 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.
Helen Li, RMT & ART (R) Certified
Helen is one of the few massage therapists who is fully certified in Active Release Technique (R), a deep tissue technique that releases scar tissue and adhesions. She also has her certification in acupuncture from the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program from McMaster University.
- Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Preparing for Cold and Flu Season
With colder weather fast approaching here are some easy tips on how to stay healthy this winter season.
Diet and Lifestyle Tips
- Eat a well balanced diet including whole, organic (when possible) foods with lots of fresh fruit and veggies
- Participate in regular exercise
- Get plenty of sleep and rest/relaxation time
- Minimize stress – stress has a tendency to suppress the immune system
- Avoid toxicity in our water, food, air and personal care products
Vitamins and Other Supplements – All available at the office
Just ask the Front Desk Staff or Dr. Ting!
- Low potency multi-vitamin with a good source of trace minerals
- Example: Vita Lea from Shaklee
- Antioxidant supplements – Take one of the following suggestions
- Vitamin C (500-600 mg taken twice daily)
- Vitamin E (200-400 IU in mixed tocopherol form)
- Selenium (100-200 mcg daily)
- Probiotics (eg. Bifidus Plus Yogurt from Shaklee)
- It is especially important to supplement with probiotics if you have been on antibiotics as these prescription drugs completely wipe out our body’s natural flora (which are essential to protect our body from harmful microorganisms).
We carry two Heel products at our office that will help combat cold and flu season.
- Engystol – helps to strengthen the immune system before you get sick
- Gripp-Heel – helps to treat the symptoms and speed up the recovery time from colds or flu
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Did you Know?
Did you know that adult human bones account for 14% of the body’s total weight?