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Welding, Painting


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Hobbies, Music, Shop


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Hôpital Général Hawkesbury

Michel P Lalonde, Director
1111 Ghislain St
Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 3B2

see 22-67 on this page



If you are incapable of mowing your lawn and clean up the flower beds I will do it for you.
God Bless!
613-261-4429


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HOUSE CLEANING
Reliable, trustworthy house cleaning. References available. Will concentrate on what is important to you. Will adjust my hours to your satisfaction. Bilingual
Manon at 613-218-7557

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Back Pack Safety & Tips

  • Choose a back pack that is proportionate to body size. The top of the pack should not extend higher than the top of the shoulder, and the bottom should not fall below the top of the hipbone.
  • A hip strap or waist belt helps to take as much as 50 to 70% of the weight off the shoulder and spine and onto the pelvis which equalizes the strain on the bones, joints and muscles.
  • Choose a pack with several individual pockets to distribute the weight better.
  • Back pack should never exceed 15% of a child’s body weight and below 10% for elementary kids.
  • Pack the heaviest items closest to the body.
  • Adjust the strap to fit the body and avoid twisting when lifting it.

Carrying a Back Pack

  • Use both straps to avoid the strain of slinging it to one side which stresses the joints and muscles in the mid.
  • Use the waist strap if your pack is loaded to transfer the weight.
  • Stand straight and don’t lean forward to carry your back pack.
Always pack it light.
Wear it right!


How large is your gut?
A woman’s waist should be less than 35 inches and a men’s less than 40inches . It your gut is larger than this you may well have metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome is a defined by a person having 3 or more of the following 5 criteria:

  •  Waist size:                           
    Woman > 35 inch waist

     Men > 40inch waist
            
  • Triglyceride                          
    1.7mmol/L or higher
  • HDL ( good cholesterol)     
    Women  < 1.3 mmol/L
    Men <  1.0 mmol/L        
  • Blood Pressure                   
    Systolic : 130 or higher

    Drasfolic: 85 or higher
  • Blood Sugar                         
    6.1 mmol/L or higher

What to do :

  • Reduce energy intake by cutting a bagel or 2 slices of bread per day
  • Increase energy output by walking a couple of KM above what you do daily
  • Eat less sugar or empty calories; less than 6 teaspoon per day for women and 9 teaspoon for men. Remember pop is loaded with sugar.
  • Cut back on saturated fat and eliminate trans-fats.
  • Supplement your diet with hemp hearts ( see previous newsletter)
  • Take a daily omega 3,6,9 supplement or fish oil supplement. Better still eat fish like wild caught salmon or sardines. Fish has EPA and DHA , good omega 3 fats , that lower TG .
Ask us on your next visit about high quality omega supplements available at the office.





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Collagen - Pantocrin
All 8 essentials amino acids
Glucosamine and Chondroitin sulphate
Minerals including calcium, iron, magnesium and potassium
Proteins, collagen and lipids
Omega 3 & 6
Tel 613-764-3825
Tel 1-800-824-3559
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Diet soda
is
diabetes
in a can?

If you've ever made the switch to diet soda and found that it seems even harder to lose weight, it's not your mind playing tricks on you.

No, YOU'RE the one who's been tricked -- positively bamboozled by the junk-food industry, which has been laughing all the way to the bank with your hard-earned grocery money.

The truth is that diet soda drinkers are actually

MORE likely to gain weight
and even
more likely to develop diabetes

The soda industry knows this, and has tried to keep that fact hidden by a wall of deceptive marketing.

But they can't hide the science anymore.

New research shows just one of the many reasons diet sodas can cause weight gain, and it starts in your gut.

Your gut is loaded with bacteria, both good and bad. In a healthy digestive system, the good outnumber the bad and work to help digest your food and ensure that you get the nutrients you need.

But those hard-working little bugs were designed to digest food, not chemicals. When they get slammed with aspartame and other "no-calorie" sweeteners, they choke.

And they die.

As a new study on mice shows, all common chemical sweeteners used in diet drinks -- including aspartame, sucralose and saccharine -- can kill off helpful Clostridiales bacteria and increase the level of dangerous Bacteroides.

This is the exact same shift in intestinal flora that we see in diabetics -- and as that balance changes, so do other key markers of health. Mice given the phony chemical sweeteners had higher blood sugar levels and even failed to lose weight despite being given fewer calories than mice fed regular sugar.

That's in mice, not people -- but what happens inside your own body is not all that different. In one experiment on humans, four out of seven adults given artificial sweeteners saw their own blood sugar levels RISE.

And in another test, researchers looked at bacterial samples from 400 adults and were able to tell who had been consuming artificial sweeteners just by checking the balance.

So whether you need to lose weight or just want to make sure you don't gain any, avoid diet soda like it's the plague. Avoid the sugar-sweetened stuff, too, and stick to water and club soda.

For a little extra flavor, try infusing fruit.


OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Alzheimer's Link to diabetes.

We all know that eating all those
holiday goodies can have a detrimental
effect to our waistline, our cholesterol
and our blood sugar but did you know
that it can affect your brain too?
A strong link is being developed by
researchers
who link Alzheimer's to
diabetes.
The diabetes they are linking
it to is being called Type 3 diabetes

(although this is not an official term),
which is different from Type 1 diabetes
(the autoimmune diabetes which affects
10% of diabetics) and Type 2 diabetes
(which now impacts about one-third of
adults and is epidemic in children due
to the amount of sugar we consume.)

Type 3 diabetes as a concept has
existed since 2005 but has becoming
more convincing as the connection
between poor diet and Alzheimer's is
validated with very persuasive studies
linking Alzheimer's, vascular dementia and
other cognitive impairments to
impaired sugar metabolism.

Our bodies
need insulin to help cells
use sugar (glucose) for energy. Once
cells have all the sugar they need the
excess sugar is first stored in the liver
and when the liver is full of sugar, we
store it as fat. Blood sugar comes from
sugar and carbohydrates.

Insulin not only helps cells obtain
sugar but also keeps blood vessels,
(including those to the brain) healthy.
Low insulin levels mean reduced brain
function because sugar in the form of
glucose can't get into the neurons.

Chronically high insulin levels, either
destroy the pancreas, reducing insulin
levels, or leave the pancreas overproducing
insulin. When insulin is high
for long periods of times, cells desensitize
to the insulin and ignore it, leaving
them unable to absorb blood sugar.
So both high and low insulin, over time,
result in neurons being starved of
energy.

When brain cells become insulin
resistant, memory loss, disorientation
and personality changes may occur.

With chronic insulin resistance,
proteins called beta amyloid plaques
develop in the brain, impairing brain
function.
The Key to Good
Memory May Reside in
your Food Choices!

Researchers have already established
that people with diabetes are at least
twice as likely to get Alzheimer's and
that obesity alone increases the risk of
impaired brain function.
Although
diabetes doesn't "cause" Alzheimer's,
they both require the over-consumption
of foods that impair insulin's many
roles.

The link between diet and Alzheimer's
should have you raising the bar on
those New Year's resolutions about
diet!
Seven to nine servings of fruits
and vegetables a day, lean meats,
complex carbohydrates and very little
processed or packaged food is a SANE
diet.

The standard American diet (the
SAD diet) will leave you SAD when
your physical or cognitive health fails.
How can you modify
your diet and lifestyle
for 2019?


- Use stevia as a sweetener
Stevia is a natural sweetener .
Stay away from Sodas and other foods containing sucralose, aspertame, sacharine etc, these are chemicals and they destroy the good little bugs in your gut that helps in the digestion. These chemicals kills them which is why you can't lose weight and get diabetes.
also

- Exercise to support healthy blood
sugar and enhance brain function.
- Use supplements such as chromium
picolinate, cinnamon and gymnema
sylvestre to support blood sugar.
Chromium reduces glysosylated
hemoglobin (HbA1C) which is a
measure of blood sugar control, as well
as fasting blood glucose levels.

- Gymnema sylevestre is an herb native
to the tropical forests of southern and
central India and Sri Lanka which can
also reduce HbA1C levels. Cinnamon
improves fasting blood glucose.
- Stop smoking! If you smoke and
have high blood pressure, chronic
inflammation and are prediabetic or
diabetic, you increase your risk of
Alzheimer’s.

Where is sugar (glucose)
stored in the body before
it is stored as body fat?
A) in the pancreas
B) in the kidneys
C) in the liver


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Have you ever felt intense back pain
that you thought was caused by “sleeping funny?” Have you ever bent over to tie your shoes, but were not able to straighten up afterward? Have you ever experienced a ‘kink’ in your neck, simply by looking over your shoulder?
Have you ever wondered what causes
these kinds back pain?
When intense back or neck pain
happens seemingly out of the blue, one
of the things you may be experiencing
is psychosomatic pain. According to
the Heritage Medical Dictionary1,
this kind of pain is defined as:

• Of, or relating to, a disorder having
physical symptoms, but originating
from mental or emotional causes

• Relating to, or concerned with, the
influence of the mind on the body,
especially with respect to disease

In fact, there is a whole field of study
in the effects of psychosomatic symptoms known as psychoneuroimmunology.
Books have been written on this
subject2, based on the premise that the
mind and body are intimately connected via the “molecules of emotion”; what happens in the mind is reflected in what appears in the body. If pain is felt in the body - seemingly unrelated to physical stress or trauma - it is likely a reflection of the painful state in one’s mind or emotions. It may sound far-fetched, but it is true.
One of the simplest examples of this
phenomenon is to reflect on what
happens to your body when you are
experiencing a negative emotion, like
anger. Imagine yourself getting very
upset with someone who has stolen one of your prized possessions. How do you feel? Relaxed, or tense?
More tense than relaxed, every time
With your body more tense, do you
think you are more likely, or less
likely, to injure yourself? With more
tightness in the musculoskeletal
system, you are MORE likely to
experience sprains and strains, as your
normal range of motion is decreased.
Everyday activities, like bending over
to tie your shoes or turning your head
to look over your shoulder, things you
do thousands of times without any
difficulty, all of a sudden become
strenuous physical exercises. Any
pre-existing imbalance in your alignment can also become a bigger imbalance with this tension, leaving you even more prone to hurt yourself.




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Transportation Need
Comments:
All aspects of homecare,
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Tel: 613-975-9997
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22 01- Care Bear Nanny Inc.
Pierrette Pigeon, President
Comments: Provides
live-in and live-out nannies to
families and elderly persons

1491 Michaelsem Street
Orleans, Ontario, K1C 7C4
Orleans
Tel 613-841-7597


22 02-  Care-For
1 Main Street East -Suite 530
Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 1A1 
Hawkesbury
Tel 613-632-0418
22 03- Centre de Chiropratique
Dr Charbonneau, MD
1 Main Street East Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 1A1 Charbonneau, MD Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-0909 22 04- Centre Médical Casselman 629 Principal Casselman Ontario K0A 1M0 Nation Tel 613-764-5440 22 05- Centre Médical Clarence Creek Bernard Séguin, MD 1919 Labonté Clarence Creek Ontario K0A 1N0 Clarence-Rockland Tel 613-446-7677 22 06- Centre Médical Hawkesbury Carole Titley, secretary 151 Main Street East Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 1A1 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-0151 22 07- Centre Médical-Hawkesbury
Dr Pierre Caron-MD
1062 Ghislain Unit 307 Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 3B2 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-0173 22 08- Centre Médical Laurier Rockland Vachet, M., MD 2248 Laurier Unit 203 Rockland Ontario K4K 1K5 Clarence-Rockland Tel 613-446-6401 22 09- Centre Médical Plantagenet Box 0305 Plantagenet Ontario K0B 1L0 Alfred-Plantagenet Tel 613-673-4318 22 10- Centre Médical Rockland 247 Laurier Rockland Ontario K4K 1K2 Clarence-Rockland Tel 613-446-5052 22 11- Centre Médical St Isidore Danielle Bourgon, secretary 4553St Catherine St Isidore Ontario K0C 2B0 Nation Tel 613-524-3225 22 12- Centre de Santé
Communautaire-Estrie Karen Gatien, secretary
3 St Pierre Bourget Ontario K0A 1E0 Clarence-Rockland Tel 613-487-1802
22-13..Centre Un Pas Pour Soi
Nathalie Bercier-Gauthier, Directrice
Consultation Thérapeutique,
pour enfants, adolescents,
individuelle, couple, famille et affaires
Ateliers de croissance personnelle
(estime de soi, discipline positive,
auto-défense, couple, etc.)
Atelier sur demande ... Informez-vous !

103-222 vieille route 17
c.p. 291
Plantagenet, Ontario K0B 1L0
Alfred-Plantagenet
Tel 613-673-7277
Fax 613-673-5637
Website :
www.centreunpaspoursoi.com
22 14- Clinique Acupuncture
Hawkesbury
151 Main Street East Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 1A1 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-1315 22 15- Clinique Chiropratique
Rockland Daniel Vandervoort, MD
1st address of place
of work from Rockland
928 Laporte (Royal Plaza) Rockland Ontario K4K 1K6 Clarence-Rockland Tel 613-446-4088
Email: Daniel Vandervoort
Website: www.rocklandchiro.ca
Comment:
Services offered
on the Websites
is applicable at both addresses



22 16- Clinique Chiropratique
Beaconhill Daniel Vandervoort, MD

2nd address of place
of work
from Beaconhill
2200 Montreal Rd
Ottawa, Ontario
Tel 613-747-0444

Email Daniel Vandervoort
Website:

www.health-local.com
Website:

www.beaconhillchiro.com

Comment: Services offered
on the Websites
is applicable at both addresses

22 17- Clinique Chiropratique
Embrun Dr. Marc St Denis MD
1032 Notre Dame Embrun Ontario K0A 1W0 Russell Tel 613-443-2363 22 18- Clinique Chiropratique
Hawkesbury Marjolaine Sabourin
540 McGill Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 1R3 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-4265 22 19- Clinique Dentaire Alfred Luc Leboeuf, MD owner 130 St Philippe Alfred Ontario K0B 1A0 Alfred-Plantagenet Tel 613-679-1101 22 20- Clinique Dentaire-Casselman
Dr Guy Laplante-MD
678 Main Casselman Ontario K0A 1M0 Nation Tel 613-764-3090 22 21- Clinique de Massothérapie
Rockland Pauline Beauchamp,owner
2586 Laurier Rockland Ontario K4K 1B1 Clarence-Rockland Tel 613-446-7675 22 22- Clinique Orthopédique
& Physiothérapie
Marc Dignard, MD owner 657 Notre Dame Embrun Ontario K0A 1W0 Russell Tel 613-443-3843 22 23- Clinique de Rayon-
X Embrun Linda Lapalme
993 Notre Dame Embrun Ontario K0A 1W0 Russell Tel 613-443-2095 22 24- Dr André Borduas-MD 1062 Ghislain Unit 206 Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 3B2 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-7061 22 25- Dr André Paris-MD 4510 St Catherine St Isidore Ontario K0C 2B0 Nation Tel 613-524-2819 22 26- Dr Anna Williams-MD 1062 Ghislain Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 3B2 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-4073 22 27- Dr Bédard, Dentiste 225 Principale West Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 2Y3 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-4566 22 28- Dr Denis Larocque-MD 114 Main Street West Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 2H2 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-9808 22 29- Dr. Denis St Jean, MD 130 Main Street West Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 2H2 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-0953 22 30- Dr Edward Burge,MD 335 William Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 2X3 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-4167 22 31- Dr François Bédard-MD 400 Spence Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 2Y3 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-4566 22 32- Dr G A Heymans-MD 110 Craig Box 610 Russell Ontario K4R 1A1 Russell Tel 613-445-5333 Fax 613-445-5333 22 33- Dr Gérald Séguin-MD 300 Main Street Plantagenet Ontario K0B 1L0 Alfred-Plantagenet Tel 613-673-4644 22 34- Dr. Guy Beauchamp-Chiro 753 Main Street Casselman Ontario K0A 1M0 Nation Tel 613-764-5288 22 35- Dr Guy Williams-MD 444 McGill Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 1R2 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-8811 22 36- Dr Helena Mihalovits-MD 151 Main Street East Unit 120 Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 1A1 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-4796 22 37- Dr J A Fairfield-MD 1062 Ghislain Unit 307 Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 3B2 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-0118 22 38- Dr. Genevieve Audet - Dentist 2661 Laurier Rockland Ontario K4K 1K4 Clarence-Rockland Tel 613-446-5148 22 39- Dr J Mittleman,
Dr. Karen Salaj
-Optometrists 1624 Laurier Rockland Ontario K4K 1M5 Clarence-Rockland Tel 613-446-4401 22 40- Dr Jacques Leclerc-MD 151 Main Street Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 1A1 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-0151 22 41- Dr Jean Dignard
Dr Richard Thain-MD
19 Blais Embrun Ontario K0A 1W0 Russell Tel 613-443-3738 22 42- Dr Jean Marc Racine-
Dentiste 2115 Laval Bourget Ontario K0A 1E0 Clarence-Rockland Tel 613-487-2740 22 43- Dr. Jean Ouellette-MD 200 Main Street East Unit 1 Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 1A1 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-4135 22 44- Dr Jean Therrien-MD 1062 Ghislain Unit 305 Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 3B2 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-2779 22 45- Dr Julie Roy-MD 783 St Jean Casselman Ontario K0A 1M0 Nation Tel 613-764-5516 22 46- Dr Lily Trus
Dr John Kershman-MD
305 Castor Russell Ontario K4R 1C1 Tel 613-445-0885 22 47- Dr Luc Clément-MD 140 St Catherine St Isidore Ontario K0C 2B0 Nation Tel 613-524-3225 22 48- Dr Marc Deschamps-MD 4593 St Catherine St Isidore Ontario K0C 2B0 Nation Tel 613-524-3450 22 49- Dr Michel Lamoureux /
Dr Jacques Brunet-MD
869 Notre Dame Embrun Ontario K0A 1W0 Russell Tel 613-443-3311 22 50- Dr Pierre Levasseur,
Dr. Michel Vautour-MD
19 Blais Embrun Ontario K0A 1W0 Russell Tel 613-443-5550 22 51- Dr R Lowe-MD 1062 Ghislain Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 3B Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-0997 22 52- Dr R. C. Desroches-MD 775 Principal Casselman Ontario K0A 1M0 Nation Tel 613-764-2266 22 53- Dr Rhéal, Beaulac 119 Main Street East Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 1A2 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-4159 22 54- Dr Robert Fréchette,MD 2855 Front Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 2R2 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-4711 22 55- Dr Serge Lacroix, Denturist 225 Main Street West porte 102 Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 1A2 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-0780 22 56- Dr Simon McCall, MD 517 McGill Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 1R1 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-9500 22 57- Dr Simon Trahan, MD 110 Craig Box 070 Russell Ontario K4R 1A1 Russell Tel 613-445-3220 22 58- Dr Théoret 1062 Ghislain Suite 207 Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 3B2 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-8547 22 59- Dr Violaine Tittley
Dr. Violaine Tittley, O.D.
480 McGill Street Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 1R2 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-4197 22 60- Euro Optical M Leblanc, owner 400 Spence Av Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 2Y3 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-0606 22 61- Experience Unik Terry Benoit 970B Notre Dame Embrun Ontario K0A 1W0 Tel 613-443-0406 22 62- F C Rainbow Service de Réadaptation 2183 Route 600 Ouest St Albert Ontario K0A 3C0 Tel 613-443-1506 22 63- Featherbrook Health/Santé S
Lorna Ann Gauthier, owner
1341 Conc. 7 St-Bernardin Ontario K0B 1N0
Nation
Tel: 613-577-2734
Email : lorngauthier@hotmail.com
Website:
featherbrookhealthsante.vpweb.ca

Comments : Foot Reflexology. 

22 64- Francine Palaisy-
Kinésithérapeute
19 Chemin Racine Cassleman Ontario K0A 1M0 Tel 613-679-0909
22 65- Gama Laboratories
1062 Ghislain Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 3B2 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-6740 22-66- Genevieve Audet,
D.M.D-Dentiste
2661 Laurier CP 279
Rockland On K4K 1K4
Clarence Rockland
Tel: 613-446-5148
Fax 613-446-5140
22-67 Good Health Pharmasave
Rob Cameron
4188 Spratt Rd
Riverside South
Carlsbad Springs Ontario K1V 0Z0
Gloucester
Tel 613-822-8669
Fax 613-822-4562
22-68- Herp-O-Derm Claude Demers owner
1596 Front Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 2R2 Demers, Claude owner Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-3876 22 69- Hôpital Général de Hawkesbury Michel P Lalonde, Director 1111 Ghislain St Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 3B2 Hawkesbury 22 70- Kronick, Hazan & Cormier Samuel Kronick 210 Main Street East Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 1A3 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-3937 22 71- Limoges Acupuncture Clinic 1467 Route 300 Limoges Ontario K0A 2M0
Fax 613-443-1271 Tel_______________ 22 72- Medigas
400 Spence Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 2Y3 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-0422 22 73- Motion Specialties -wheelchair Janie-Myner-Larose owner 175 Main Street West Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 2H3 Tel 613-632-0042 22 74- Pharmacie Bourget Pharmacie JC Prague manager 3 St Pierre Bourget Ontario K0A 1E0 Clarence-Rockland Tel 613-487-3598 22 75- Clarence Creek Pharmacy Alex Jancar, owner 1922 Labonté Clarence Creek Ontario K0A 1N0 Clarence-Rockland Tel 613-488-2366 22 76- Embrun Pharmacy John Connor, owner 867 Notre Dame Embrun Ontario K0A 1W0 Russell Tel 613-443-3552 22 77- Pharmacie Jean Coutu John Connor, owner 629 Principal Box 001 Casselman Ontario K0A 1M0 Nation Tel 613-764-5455 22 78- Pharmacie Jean Coutu
PierreMadore, owner
2246 Laurier Rockland Ontario K4K 1L4 Clarence-Rockland Tel 613-446-4340 22 79- Pharmacie Jean Coutu Sylvie Robillard, owner 80 Main Street East Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 1A3 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-2743 22 80- Pharmacie Lise St Denis Lise St Denis-owner 400 Spence Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 2Y3 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-8839 22 81- Russell Pharmacy Mehr, Brian J. pharmacist 110 Craig Russell Ontario K4R 1A1 Russell Tel 613-445-5555 22 82- Trillium Pharmacy 1062 Ghislain Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 3B2 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-2604 22 83- Vankleek Hill Pharmacy Légaré, Emy & Remen & Roman 28 Main Street Vankleek Hill Ontario K0B 1R0 Champlain Tel 613-678-2201 22 84- Physiothérapie Casselman Carole McMaster 20 Industrial Casselman Ontario K0A 1M0 Nation Tel 613-764-1595 22 85- Physiothérapie Rockland Danielle Coch 2475 Laurier Rockland Ontario K4K 1K2 Clarence-Rockland Tel 613-446-7581 22 86- Trillium Radiologie 1062 Ghislain Hawkesbury Ontario K6A 3B2 Hawkesbury Tel 613-632-2604
22 87- Yurtland Natural Health-10-14
Yurtland Red Deer & Elk Farm
Erica Yurt owner
Comments: Yurtland Velvet Antler
Naturally Contains
Collagen - Pantocrin
All 8 essentials amino acids
Glucosamine and Chondroitin sulphate
Minerals including calcium, iron,
magnesium and potassium
Proteins, collagen and lipids
Omega 3 & 6

308 Route 500 East Casselman Ontario K0A 1M0 Nation Tel 613-764-3825
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Dr Daniel Vandervoort
Rockland Chiropractic Clinic

 

Dr Daniel Vandervoort

 

Daniel Vandervoort, MD

Clinique Chiropratique Rockland
1st address of place
of work from Rockland
928 Laporte (Royal Plaza)
Rockland Ontario K4K 1K6
Clarence-Rockland
Tel 613-446-4088
Email: Daniel Vandervoort
Website: www.rocklandchiro.ca


and

Clinique Chiropratique Beaconhill
2nd address of place
of work
from Beaconhill
2200 Montreal Rd
Ottawa, Ontario
Tel 613-747-0444

Email Daniel Vandervoort
Website:
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2020

 

Happy March!

Springtime greetings, Rockland-ers!
Take a step outside - what do you see and feel? 
Your surroundings are probably looking brighter and feeling warmer as the seasons change. It’s exciting to think that in a few weeks you won’t need to wear a jacket or sweater anymore. 
However, you shouldn’t rush to throw off those winter boots just yet. It may look like spring has fully sprung but, if you look closer, you’ll notice a slippery layer of melting slow. 
As you may know, icy surfaces can be safety hazards to pedestrians and drivers alike.
Before you take your next walk outside, make sure that you can take some precautionary measures to avoid tripping and slipping. Stay alert until the ice is all clear. This way, you won’t have to nurse any nasty injuries as it gets warmer.

Four Tips To Help You Stay On Your Feet As The Snow Melts This Season
One - Wear Shoes That Are Made With Slip-Resistant Soles
The first thing to pay attention to is the type of shoes you wear while walking on slippery surfaces. Boots or sneakers with tracked, rubber soles should work well. Avoid trackless shoes or high heels, as these increase the risk of falling.

Two - Avoid Running, Rather Walk At A Slow And Steady Pace
You may find yourself in a hurry, but it’s better to be late than to experience a broken or sprained limb. Account for extra time before you leave so that you can walk at a comfortable and safe pace, and still arrive on time.

Three - Report Maintenance Issues That Make The Ice Worse To Authorities
Maintenance issues, such as leaking pipes, can exacerbate slipperiness if left unattended. Log a complaint with local authorities to ensure that they get fixed timeously.

Four - Keep Your Hands Out Of Your Pockets And Carry A Backpack To Even Out Weight Distribution
You have to keep your balance when walking on a slippery surface. This requires that you keep your hands in their natural position, at your side, and carry your stuff using balanced methods.

Get Help Immediately If You Take A Fall
No matter how minor, any fall has the potential to leave you in bad shape. Don’t risk letting an injury get worse before you treat it. See a doctor for medical help and a chiropractor for treatment to correct the damage. Please book an appointment with us today at 613-446-4088. if you have experienced a fall.

For more Healthful Tips for Healthy Living Visit us at https://www.facebook.com/BeaconHillChiro 
 
Yours in health!
Dr Daniel Vandervoort
www.RocklandChiro.ca 
www.facebook.com/BeaconHillChiro


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It's Spring time! Even though I’m not a college student, I still look forward to this time of year! Admit it, lots of non-students plan vacations right before all the tourist destinations start getting slammed. The only downside to doing so is the increased risk for neck and back pain, especially for people who already struggle with pain daily. 

No one wants to spend their vacation laying in bed in pain. The good news is you don’t have to! We’ve put together a list of 4 tips for avoiding neck and back pain so you can enjoy your “spring break” activities!

4 Tips for Avoiding Back Pain During Spring

Tip #1: Consider Taking Workout Gear 
One piece of equipment that can literally go with you anywhere is a fitness band. They are fabulous for using mid-flight, or any other form of transit and they weigh almost nothing. If you are travelling between locations and are sitting for long periods, a resistance band is a great way to keep your muscles from getting stiff as well as increase circulation.

Tip #2: Sight See On Foot 
Almost all tourist destinations offer local excursions or tours on foot. Not only are they a fantastic opportunity to experience local culture, but it’s also an excellent way to stretch and get your blood flowing. This can also help prevent inflammation caused by sitting for long periods. Just be sure to walk at a leisurely pace. Signing up for a 5-mile trek uphill is not likely to help your pain.

Tip #3: Take Advantage of the Water
Swimming is one of the best activities you can participate in for overall health, but it is great if you struggle with ongoing back pain. The water allows you to exercise without all the pressure on your joints and spine. While laying on the beach or poolside definitely has its own therapeutic effects, don’t forget to dip your toes in the water, literally.

Tip #4: Be Prepared
Half of the battle of living with back pain is being prepared when it strikes. Consider taking ziplock bags for making ice packs travel hot packs and over-the-counter pain meds with you on your vacation. It’s better to be prepared and not need it than to be unprepared and hate the rest of your trip.

By using the tips above, you should be able to enjoy your Spring vacation (mostly) pain-free. If you find that you are struggling with neck or back pain daily, let us help! Give our friendly staff a call at 613-446-4088 to set up a time for a consultation as soon as possible.




Now that the warm weather is finally coming, it’s time to start planning outdoor activities and maybe get those flower beds ready. Even though the weather makes us want to be outside more, it can cause us to get a little hotter than usual.

While I want you all to enjoy this warm weather and just get out and soak up the sun, I want to make sure you are prepared for the less fun side effects this warm weather can bring. We have put together a quick reference guide to staying safe while enjoying the sun. 

Heat Stroke vs Heat Exhaustion: What You Need to Know

Signs & Symptoms of Heat Stroke 
Heat stroke is a form of heat stress that changes the cells in the body that cause inflammation.  Some signs of heat stroke are hot or dry skin, body temperatures of 40 degrees or higher and death if treatment is delayed. If you are experiencing confusion, seizures, loss of consciousness or any other abnormal symptoms, you need to seek medical treatment ASAP. 

Signs & Symptoms of Heat Exhaustion
By contrast, heat exhaustion is a response your body makes to losing the things that cause it to stay hydrated, like water and salt. We lose an abundance of water and salt through sweat and getting too hot. Some signs of heat exhaustion are decreased urine output, heavy sweating, and elevated body temperatures. When you notice any of these symptoms dizziness, vomiting, clammy and pale skin, headaches, and weakness, you should get to a cool place and take as many clothes off as possible and drink water.  

3 Tips for Preventing Heat-Related Injury and Illness 

Tip #1: Keep yourself cool
Stay out of the direct heat source, use fans and air conditioning when you can, and wear loose fitting clothes.

Tip #2: Consume the right foods and fluids
Avoid caffeine, alcohol, drink water frequently, and avoid heavy meals.

Tip #3: Know the signs and symptoms
Make yourself familiar with the signs and symptoms, and watch for them not only in yourself but in your family and friends. 

Of course, we don’t want to scare you into staying all summer indoors! However, we also don’t want to see you suffer from heat-related illness. So, use extra caution when braving the summer temps. If you or a loved one has experienced inflammation or pain as a result of your outings, our team would love to help. Call our friendly staff at 555.555.5555 to schedule a consultation.


If you are struggling with sleep, and it’s not due to bedtime jumping jacks, our office would love to help. 
Give us a call at 613-446-4088 and we will get you scheduled for a consultation.

For more Healthful Tips for Healthy Living Visit us at https://www.facebook.com/BeaconHillChiro 


DO YOU TREAT YOUR CAR BETTER THAN YOUR BODY
We all know the importance of having our automobile checked over to ensure that it is working
optimally, and how failing to correct problems can lead to large problems later.  But many times, we do
not give our bodies the same consideration.  In this week's newsletter, we talk about how your
chiropractor can use a simple screening process to identify issues that you might be having with your spine, and help you take the steps to avoid more serious problems later.  This is important for people receiving regular chiropractic treatment, but might be even more important for those people who
do not regularly see a chiropractor.


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Diabetes is a disease that may cause serious health complications over time, including heart and
blood vessel disease, nerve damage and kidney, eye and foot damage.  Type 2 diabetes, formerly
called adult-onset diabetes, accounts for about 95 percent of all diabetes cases.  The good news is
that most cases can be prevented.  In this week's newsletter, we discuss some of the ways you can
prevent diabetes.  


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Top level athletes must keep their bodies in excellent condition to be able to perform at their
highest level.  Even those amateur athletes that compete less regularly understand the need to have
t heir body in the healthiest condition to achieve their best performance.  These same philosophies
apply to those who may not think that they are athletes, but still do activities such as walking, climbing (stairs), and who take part in occasional sports like bowling, curling, or skiing. 
In this week's newsletter, we talk about ways that chiropractic can help, even
if you don't think that you are an athlete. 


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Most of us know that our skin regenerates and replaces itself every thirty days, but many of us fail to realize that our bones are also experiencing change, even after we enter adulthood.  As children, our bones are constantly growing, but we tend to think that they stop growing when we stop growing. 
As we will read in this week's newsletter, the skeleton continues in adulthood to be affected by what
we do and what we eat, and can either grow denser and stronger, or can weaken.  This week, we look
at steps you can take to make your bones stronger for life. 



Traditionally, at this time of the year, people's thoughts turn to their loved ones, and often the
celebration of this special day includes indulging in some special sweets.  While a small treat will
likely not cause you a problem, too much can be very bad for you.  In this week's newsletter,
we talk about the problems that can arise from eating too much sugar. 


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As we get older, the danger of falling increases as does the possibility of receiving a serious
injury as a result of the fall.  The good news is that there are steps that we can take to reduce this
danger, starting when we are younger and continuing as we move into our golden years. 
In this week's newsletter, we talk about some of the things you can do to prevent injuries from falls.
 


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The concept of adding spice to something usually means something positive or enjoyable.  Even the singing group from England (remember the 1990's?) called themselves the Spice Girls to invoke a
positive connection with their persona.  What you may not realize is that there are proven positive
health effects that can be associated with certain spices.  In this week's newsletter,
we talk about what certain spices can do for your health. 

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With many things in our lives, the presence of curves may be good, or they may be bad. 
When it comes to your spine, curving may be a sign of Scoliosis, which should not be left untreated.  Scoliosis is a common health problem that can occur at any age, but usually forms during adolescent years, and although not everyone affected with scoliosis feels pain, it can affect heart and lung function and limit physical activity.  In this week's newsletter, we look at the topic of scoliosis in greater detail, including the chiropractic approach and how it can help. 



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Many jokes start with the question of whether you have heard the story to be told, but hearing
problems are never a joke.  What many people do not realize is the fact that chiropractic has a close
link to helping with hearing problems, and can often offer many solutions.  In this week's newsletter,
we talk about the various forms of ear infections, and how chiropractic can be extremely helpful.  

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Things change over time without us sometimes realizing what has happened.  Thirty years ago, hardly anyone had a personal computer in their house, and far fewer televisions in their houses.  Today, most people use computers as part of their daily lives, both at home and at work.  What this has meant
is an increase in the amount of time we each spend in front of a screen, often without understanding
the impact that this has on our lives and on our health.  In this week's newsletter, we will discuss
some of the impacts that longer screen time is causing, and some of the health benefits from
taking a break from sitting in front of a screen.


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It is human nature to be shy about and even cautious about something that we do not understand. 
In some cases, this is a good trait as it prevents us from being harmed by something we do not know.  I
n other cases, though, it can harm us by preventing us from receiving benefits from something truly helpful.  This is a challenge faced by alternative medicine practitioners, and why it is important to
provide information to help people understand.  In this week's newsletter, we share information about chiropractic that may be helpful to you.  You may also want to share this newsletter with friends and
family members who might benefit from chiropractic to improve their health.   


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Approximately thirty years ago, we started hearing about a condition that some people called "Yuppie Flu".  This unflattering name was attached to a condition that was misunderstood, but still devastating
to those who suffered from it as well as their families.  We have now come a long way to having a
better understanding about this condition, which is properly called Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.  In this week's newsletter, we discuss causes of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, symptoms, as well as ways of
treating this condition. 


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Asthma is a chronic (life time) disease that makes your lungs very sensitive and hard to breathe.
Asthma can’t be cured, but with proper treatment, people with asthma can lead normal, active lives.
If you or someone you know is having challenges with feeling short of breath, wheezing, chest tightness, and coughing, it is imperative to visit a doctor for a diagnosis.  If you have been diagnosed with asthma, there are a number of things that you can do to control the symptoms, many of which align with the healthy lifestyle promoted by chiropractic.  In addition, there is some research that demonstrates that chiropractic care may actually benefit asthma sufferers and play a role in a comprehensive natural treatment approach to chronic asthma.  In this week's newsletter,
we discuss how chiropractic care may help.

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At some point in all of our lives, we face an opportunity to volunteer for a good cause.  It may be
spending time raising money, or it could be spending time actively working with someone with special needs, the elderly, or children.  But you probably didn't realize that there are health benefits
associated with regular volunteering.  In this week's newsletter, we will explore some of the most
important health benefits associated with volunteering.

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A severe pain in your side can be one of the most annoying and debilitating conditions you will ever
have to endure.  When your rib cage hurts, it is hard to breathe, and laughing or coughing can be an agony.  In this week's newsletter, we look at some of the typical ways that your rib cage can become injured, and how chiropractic can help.  





We want to take this opportunity to recognize everyone who is a Mother, and everyone who performs
the responsibility of a Mother.  You are amazing, and we wish you all of the best!

With the arrival of nice weather comes the opportunity to engage in activities as a family that will
contribute to a healthy lifestyle.  Physical activities are strongly linked with a healthy lifestyle, and
activities performed as a family creates habits that will last far into the future. 
In this week's newsletter, we examine some healthy activities that can be done as joint family fun.
 

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Many of us know that our bodies produce Vitamin D when our skin is exposed to the sun.  That is why
we seem to have more Vitamin D at this time of year, when outdoor activities are more pleasant. 
We also get Vitamin D from certain foods, such a dairy products and fortified orange juice.  Many of us also remember being taught that Vitamin D is very important for bone health.  But did you know, that proper Vitamin D intake may have a wide range of health benefits, improving everything from low back pain to blood pressure?   In this week's newsletter, we examine the the health benefits of this vitamin,
as well as the impacts of not having enough Vitamin D. 


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diagnosis of cancer can be a very frightening thing to many people.  Luckily, these days medicine has advanced considerably and recovery rates are improving.  Another factor that assists in the fight
against cancer is a growing acceptance of the benefit of a combination of natural medicine with
natural treatment in the fight against cancer.  Many practitioners are recognizing that a combination
of conventional and complementary alternative approaches may be optimal for many.
  In this week's newsletter, we look at several natural therapies that may be helpful in
supporting conventional cancer treatment. 


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At this time of year, many of us start thinking about gardening.  While we might think about the
eventual harvest, and the enjoyment of fresh fruit and vegetables grown by our own hands,
we often forget the other benefits of gardening.  In this week's newsletter, we examine the the health benefits of working in your garden, not only from a physical point of view, but also from an
emotional point of view, and look at how gardening helps us in a number of ways. 


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Many of us will enjoy a good cup of tea, either for its taste or the nice warm feeling we get from
a hot beverage.  But did you know that there are health benefits attached to drinking certain types of teas?  In a past edition of this newsletter, we talked about the benefits of tea because of its antioxidants and how they reduce inflammation.  In this week's newsletter, we look at other health benefits
of drinking tea, and how it may benefit you.




Failing to have regular bowel movements is a condition that can cause extreme discomfort.  Chronic constipation can have a negative impact on your health and lifestyle, and is more common than
you may believe.  In this week's newsletter, we look at the issue of chronic constipation in closer
detail and discuss how chiropractic care is an effective and conservative approach to this extremely common health problem.


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Most of us are living, working, or spending a considerable amount of time in an urban environment
, and many times we are not even aware that the noise around us is having an effect on our health. 
While it is easy to understand the impact prolonged loud noises can have on our hearing, we may
not be aware that noise pollution can also affect our health in different ways.  Since knowing and understanding a problem is a great step to managing the problem, this week's newsletter discusses
noise pollution and how you can minimize its negative effects on you.

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Most children at some point suffer a bed-wetting experience, but many have a more difficult, chronic
issue with this problem.  Studies have shown that as many as 2% or even 3% of people over the
age of 18 also suffer from this problem.  This can be an embarrassing situation for all ages,
leading to self-imposed restrictions on activities.  But what many people do not realize is that
chiropractic can help.  In this week's edition, we look at some of the causes of this problem,
and how natural approaches, including chiropractic, can help.
 
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Although we usually think of acne as something that a teenager has to deal with, in actual fact,
it can affect people of all ages.  It has been estimated that as many as 85% of the population
will need to deal with acne at some point in their lives.  Conventional treatments involve
over-the-counter treatments and prescription medication, but in this week's newsletter,
we examine the causes of acne and what natural treatments should be considered. 



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We have heard many times about the importance of eating the right things to maintain our health. 
What we hear less about is the value of occaisionally not eating.  Our bodies are quite resilient, and sometimes going without food can be beneficial.  In this week's newsletter, we examine the practice of intermittant fasting and some of the health benefits that may come from doing this on a
structured basis. 





We all have certain habits, some good and some bad.  Sometimes, you may wonder how something became a habit.  The word "habit" is defined as an acquired behavior pattern regularly followed
until it has become almost involuntary.  It is said that if you do something consistently for 21 days,
it becomes a habit.  In this week's newsletter, we discuss 5 habits that may help you avoid chronic disease, and live well and happily into old age.


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Arthritis is defined as inflammation of a joint, usually accompanied by pain, redness over a joint,
swelling, and stiffness and decreased range of motion.  We used to think of arthritis as an old
person's disease, but that is quite far from the truth.  In fact, arthritis can affect anyone at any age,
but there are some things that we can do to reduce the risks of developing arthritis.
This week's newsletter addresses some of the causes of arthritis, and ways that chiropractic can help.






At this time of year, we all think about getting our children ready to go back to school.  We gather their school supplies, make ready their new clothes, think about lunches, and review their schedules of activities. BUT...shouldn't we also think about their health?  In this week's newsletter, we look at how chiropractic can help children by not only treating existing conditions, but by ensuring they are healthier and ready to resist any illnesses they may be exposed to when in a larger group.


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If we watch mainstream media, we regularly receive messages about how you can treat low back pain
with drugs (at least little wooden dolls get relief!).  It is now being acknowledged widely that it is far
better to treat the source of pain than to mask it with drugs.  A significant portion of adults will suffer
from low back pain at some time in their life.  In this week's newsletter, we discuss the benefits of chiropractic in responding to this complaint, and how recent scientific studies are now recognizing the benefit of chiropractic. 



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Experts say that the average adult should get between 6 and 8 hours of sleep per night - this means
that you spend between one quarter to one third of your day sleeping.  Doesn't it make sense then,
that you think about the way that you sleep with an eye to helping your body stay healthy? 
In this week's newsletter, we talk about different sleeping positions and the type of pillows
you need to make sure you have the best sleep ever.



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When we are children, our body takes in nutrients to help create strong, healthy bones.  But as we age, our bones grow weaker and lose density.  Although this affects both men and women, women are at a higher risk for having significant bone loss than men.  In this week's newsletter, we talk about
Osteopenia and Osteoporosis, and what you can do to find out if you are at risk of suffering bone loss
and what you can do to help reduce or prevent the effects of these diseases.


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In December 2013, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration  issued a proposed rule requiring safety
and efficacy data from manufacturers, consumers, and others if they wanted to continue marketing antibacterial products containing certain ingredients. In early September 2016, the FDA issued a final
rule under which over the counter consumer antiseptic wash products (including liquid, foam, gel hand soaps, bar soaps, and body washes) containing the majority of the antibacterial active ingredients—including triclosan and triclocarban—will no longer be able to be marketed. While there
has been no indication that Health Canada will make a similar rule for Canada, it is important for Canadians to understand the reasons behind the US ruling.  In this week's newsletter, we discuss
five reasons you should stop using antibacterial soap.



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There is not much that is sadder, more upsetting, and generally more frustrating than when our infant cries for no apparent reason, and we can't do anything to help.  That is what happens when infants
suffer from colic. What many people do not realize is that chiropractic can help.  This week's newsletter talks about colic in infants, and offers advice on some natural treatments to consider, as well as some facts from studies about how chiropractic can assist.
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We want to take this opportunity to wish you and your families a very Happy Thanksgiving. 
On this day, we encourage you to think about the things in your life that give you joy and comfort,
and take time to give thanks for those blessings.  We want to express our appreciation to all of our clients, and to let you know that we are thankful that you are including us in your health and wellness regime.  We hope to be a part of your lives for many, many years to come.  Our newsletter this week
talks about ginger - whether it is used as a spice or a herb, you may be surprised at the health
benefits that this plant can bring to you. 


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In the discussion of alternative approaches to medicine, there is sometimes a question of whether something is new science or old science.  With the modern techniques used today in chiropractic,
many people might assume that chiropractic is new science.  Although chiropractic uses modern technologies and incorporates the latest research, you may be surprised at the length of the history attached to this form of treatment.  In this week's newsletter, we examine the history of chiropractic
and how far things have come into the 21st century. 



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There is an old saying that what you don't know can't hurt you.  We have come to realize that this statement is definitely not true.  Do you realize the potential harm that comes with drinking certain
types of soda pop? This week's newsletter provides information about the dangers of soda pop,
that it may be as detrimental to our health as smoking cigarettes and that soda consumption may
actually cause MORE health issues than cigarettes do.



WALKING SUBLUXATED
    It’s common for those suffering with chronic
Subluxations to feel tired, fatigued and disinterested in Life – like they are barely existing.  If left undetected, chronic Subluxations interfere with the normal flow of power in your Nerve System, leaving
you physically, mentally and emotionally drained.  The result:  you end up walking around in a
trance-like state, clueless to the fact that you’d feel more alive if you simply got adjusted.
 




With the dropping temperatures comes the reminders of travel.  You may be thinking of
travelling to see family as the holiday season arrives, or you may be thinking of a trip to somewhere warm to help break up the winter.  Whether you drive or fly, travel can be hard
on your body.  In this week's newsletter, we talk about the difficulties with sitting for long
periods of time, and what you can do to relieve some of the stresses of travel and arrive
at your destination in a happier and healthier state. 




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Years ago, Nat King Cole recorded a song called "Straighten Up and Fly Right" which was about having a good attitude.  Today, we are going to talk about the physical response to that song, which is what happens when you straighten up and LIVE right - by paying attention to good posture.  The ironic thing about maintaining a good posture is that it is actually easier on your muscles and less tiring overall to maintain a good posture, not only when standing, but also
when sitting, walking, and lying down.  In this week's newsletter, we will talk about why you
should work on your posture and how it will help you live a more healthy lifestyle.


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You may have noticed the label on the box of salt you bought that says "Iodized",
but did you understand what it meant?  For many of us, the idea of iodine reminds us only
of the red antiseptic but there is much more than you might realize.  Iodine is a critical
part of our diet and having low iodine levels should be a concern.  In this week's newsletter,
we discuss the importance of iodine and what you can do to protect your health. 



Last week, we talked about how Iodine is a critical part of our diet and having low iodine levels should be a concern.  In this week's newsletter, we further discuss the importance of iodine, particularly with regards to women's health, and how low iodine levels may link with an
increased risk of breast cancer.  We also provide suggestions on what you can do to
protect your health. 

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Did you see our Facebook page in the last week?  During this past week, we talked about
how to make your life more balanced in less than a minute, how to get tight abs in 6 minutes
per day, 4 best options to detox and clean your body naturally, the danger of mould and
what you can do about it, as well as many other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss out reading these posts? 
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At this time of year, many people feel tired and run down.  Some will blame the change in
clocks or the shortening days, while others think that preparing for the holidays is what makes them exhausted.  Perhaps there is a reason other than just "being busy" that is contributing to your fatigue.

Give the gift of health this Christmas!
Did you know that you can actually give a gift of chiropractic?  Helping someone that you love
to live healthier is a great gift for them, and for you!  We have a number of products and supplements that can make wonderful gifts. Or, if you want to help a family member learn
about the wonders of chiropractic and how it can improve their life,
call our clinic and ask about getting a Gift Certificate for a consultation.
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Often, when facing severe back pain, people will seek help from sources that they trust. 
If they are not familiar with chiropractic care, they will usually seek out traditional medical
advice which may include recommendations for surgery.  Recent studies by the
American Medical Association, though, recommend that surgery only be considered when
more conservative techniques, like chiropractic, fail.  In this week's newsletter,
we discuss four reasons to consider chiropractic first. 


Give the gift of health this Christmas!
Did you know that you can actually give a gift of chiropractic?  Helping someone that you
love to live healthier is a great gift for them, and for you!  We have a number of products
and supplements that can make wonderful gifts. Or, if you want to help a family member
learn about the wonders of chiropractic and how it can improve their life, call our clinic
and ask about getting a Gift Certificate for a consultation or treatment.
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It has been almost 125 years since Charles Spurgeon died.  He was a reknowned preacher
in England, and he was once quoted as saying that you might not always get what you want,
but you always get what you expect.  Whether you accept his point of view or not, it can not
be disputed that expectations will have a great impact on results.  It is for that reason that
it is important for a person to have an understanding of what they are facing, and set
expectations appropriately. 
This philosophy applies equally to your health and to the care you receive. 
In this week's newsletter, we talk about what you can expect from your chiropractic care, and how you can
set expectations for your recovery and continued health.


Did you see our Facebook page in the last week?  During this past week, we talked about 15 simple ways to a happier 2020, a calendar of small daily decisions to a healthier lifestyle, 15 natural remedies to a sore throat, 7 neck stretches you should do even if your neck feels fine,
as well as many other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss out reading these posts? 
Come view our page and Like our posts to see them more often in your Newsfeed. 
We are also glad to answer general questions that you or
your friends may have about chiropractic.


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Years ago we used to hear the phrase, "It's all in your head."  That was used as a way to
dismiss a person's concerns as not being real.  What we have found, however, is that
frequently what is "in your head" has a more powerful effect that we might imagine.  In this
week's newsletter, we look at the impact of stress on your health, how what you think
and the way you think can help you stay healthier, and how chiropractic can assist.  

During this past week, we talked about
why you should limit your sugar intake, 6 causes of high cholesterol, an easy paleo kale
almond pesto recipe,  25 Awesome Tips For Eating Healthy At Restaurants as well as many
other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss out reading these posts?  Come view our page and
Like our posts to see them more often in your Newsfeed.  We are also glad to answer
general questions that you or your friends may have about chiropractic.


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We are familiar with the advice to keep hydrated and to drink lots of water through the day. 
Many of us prefer to have some flavouring in what we drink and we look to fruit juices to
fill this desire. What we might not realize, though, is that there may be better choices
when it comes to deciding what to eat or drink.  In this week's newsletter, we examine the
benefits and drawbacks of fruit juices and what you need to know to make a good choice. 

During this past week, we talked about a
gluten-free menu list, a quick trick to make sure your frozen food is safe, the benefits of
oregano essential oil as well as many other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss out reading
these posts?  Come view our page and Like our posts to see them more often in your
Newsfeed.  We are also glad to answer general questions that you or your friends may
have about chiropractic.




Have you thought of giving the gift of health or a gift of relaxation to your loved ones? 
We have Gift Certificates available at the Clinic that can be used for chiropractic
treatment massage.  Contact the Clinic for more information.

At this time of year, many of us have sniffles.  The old saying goes that if you take treatment for your
cold it will last seven days - if you don't treat the cold, it will last a week.  In either case, if it lasts
longer than seven days, it may be more than just a cold; you may actually have sinusitis.  In this
week's newsletter, we talk about the difference between a cold and sinusitis, and what you can do to relieve the symptoms and return to health faster. 

Chronic pain is a wide spread but under-reported problem.  What is not generally known is that many children also suffer from chronic pain, but for various reasons do not let their parents know that they
are suffering.  In this week's newsletter, we discuss what constitutes chronic pain, how to recognize
if your child is suffering, and what you should do about it. 

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We talked about the innate
power of the brain, Dr. Sylvie's thoughts during a Sunday afternoon walk, a tasty make-ahead recipe
for turkey taco bowls, a recipe for a vegan chocolate smoothie that seems like desert at breakfast,
as well as many other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss out reading these posts?  Come view our
page and Like our posts to see them more often in your Newsfeed.  We are also glad to answer
general questions that you or your friends may have about chiropractic.



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Many times, we will sit or lie in a strange position, and put pressure on the nerves going to one of our hands or feet.  What happens next is that we start to get a tingling feeling, that we sometimes
call 'pins and needles'.  In most cases, the feeling goes away after a few minutes once the pressure
is removed, but for some people, this condition is chronic, and continues for hours, days, or even longer.  In this week's newsletter, we examine the condition of extremity tingling, and how chiropractic can help. 


When we exercise, or participate in any strenuous activity, our body requires some replenishment
of fluids and electrolytes that we lose through perspiration.  Many products are promoted in the mainstream media for this use, but did you know that not all "sports drinks" are actually beneficial to you?  In this week's newsletter, we look at what type of sports drink can best support your exercise performance, and at what ingredients make up many commercial sports drinks. 

We talked about what
happens to your body when you eat avocado, the importance of good posture to our health and performance, an amazing story of active longevity, as well as many other thoughts and ideas. 
Did you miss out reading these posts?  Come view our page and Like our posts to see them more
often in your Newsfeed.  We are also glad to answer general questions that you or your friends may
have about chiropractic.


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There is an old joke about a policeman reading a doctor's report about a victim being wounded in
the lumbar region, and assuming that the victim had been shot in the woods.  While this mix-up in terminology may cause a grin, in reality, there is nothing funny about lower back pain. 
And the sad fact is that most of us, at some point in our lives, will experience disabling back pain. 
In this week's newsletter, we talk about what causes lower back pain, and what you
can do to get relief and stay healthy to avoid lower back pain.

We talked about 15 signs
that you are surrounded by good friends, a spring fitness challenge, a message about blueberries from
Dr. Sylvie and Dr. Dan's grandson, a recipe for strawberries and cream raw cheesecake, as well as
many other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss out reading these posts?  Come view our page and
Like our posts to see them more often in your Newsfeed.  We are also glad to answer general
questions that you or your friends may have about chiropractic.

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We have all heard the phrase "a pain in the neck" used to describe an annoying person or an
annoying situation.  We also probably agree that the description is very appropriate given the
annoyance that a real pain in the neck causes.  When you have neck pain, you have difficulty
moving your head, it is painful to look at things, and even finding a comfortable position to sit or
lie down is a challenge.  If you watch television commercials, you will see recommendations for
various chemical solutions to what really is a mechanical problem.  In this week's newsletter,
we examine the best ways to respond to neck pain, and what you can do to avoid this problem.
 
We talked about how to
make healthy granola cups, natural remedies to heal and soothe boils, 6 hacks for an instant mood
boost, a video showing seniors having fun, as well as many other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss
out reading these posts?  Come view our page and Like our posts to see them more often in your Newsfeed.  We are also glad to answer general questions that you or your friends may have about chiropractic.


You have probably heard the words inflammation, antioxidants, and free radicals, but do you
understand how they interact and impact on your health?  While some inflammation can serve a useful purpose, chronic inflammation can lead to serious health problems. In this week's newsletter, we learn about some of the sources of free radicals, how they can cause chronic inflammation, how you can
limit the production of free radicals, and how you can help your body deal with free radicals and
reduce the risk of chronic inflammation. 

We talked about a happiness algorithm from a Google Exec, a product to assist your immune system, 
le respect de soi, ainsi que la confiance de notre propre valeur,
as well as many other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss
out reading these posts?  Come view our page and Like our posts to see them more often in your Newsfeed.  We are also glad to answer general questions that you or your friends may have about chiropractic. We hope you will visit us on Facebook, and Like our page.
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Many of us have heard about carpal tunnel syndrome, and how this can be very painful.  Some of us
have experienced the discomfort caused by this affliction, whether in our hands, wrist or even forearms.  We often hear that the treatment for this problem is surgery, but in this week's newsletter, we look at
the causes of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, how you can get treatment without surgery, and even more importantly, what you can do to prevent it in the first place!  Click here for this week's newsletter

Did you see our Facebook page in the last week?  During this past week, we talked about 5 Beliefs
About Anxiety That Can Make You Even More Anxious, how antioxidants help with inflammation,
whether getting fit after 50 is possible, as well as many other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss out reading these posts?  Come view our page and Like our posts to see them more often in your Newsfeed.  We are also glad to answer general questions that you or your friends may have about chiropractic.
We hope you will visit us on Facebook, and Like our page.
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Good posture is one thing that not only affects a person's health, but it conveys a message to others about how you feel.  When we see a person who has poor posture, we get the impression of someone
who may not be in the best of health, or who is not in the best of spirit.  On the other hand, a person
who exhibits good posture gives off a stronger impression of being healthy, confident, and in good
spirits.  In this week's newsletter, we talk about the importance of good posture, and what you
can do to make sure that you can stand proud and tall.  Click here for this week's newsletter

Did you see our Facebook page in the last week?  During this past week, we talked about how to make your own sports drink, symptoms and treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome, the benefits of taking
a nap, as well as many other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss out reading these posts?  Come
view our page and Like our posts to see them more often in your Newsfeed.  We are also glad to
answer general questions that you or your friends may have about chiropractic.
We hope you will visit us on Facebook, and Like our page.

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Having a headache is never fun.  A significant amount of money is made by the pharma industry
selling over-the-counter medication to people looking for solutions.  In this week's newsletter,
we discuss some of the most common forms of headache, as well as drug-free, healthy ways to deal
with headaches.  We also look at ways to reduce the chance of having a headache.
  Click here for this week's newsletter

Did you see our Facebook page in the last week?  During this past week, we talked about 9
snack-prep ideas so you don't give in to packaged crap, un petit guide des meilleures applications
santé pour les téléphones intelligents et les tablettes, a 10 minute routine that increases your clarity
and creativity, 8 things every person should do before 8 A.M., as well as many other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss out reading these posts?  Come view our page and Like our posts to see them more often in your Newsfeed.  We are also glad to answer general questions that you or your friends may have
about chiropractic. We hope you will visit us on Facebook, and Like our page.

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We  have a special message this morning from Doctor Vandervoort inviting you to participate in a
special project that will help to make our city healthier, not just for us, but also for our future
generations.  Please click on the image above to hear from Doctor Vandervoort.

There is a lot of confusion about the difference between Sports Drinks and Energy Drinks. 
The information that we receive about these drinks from mass media does little to clarify which ones
are helpful for our physical lifestyle, and which may be harmful.  In this week's newsletter, we look
at what an Energy Drink really is, what it contains, and whether an Energy Drink is really what you
need for peak performance. 
Click here for this week's newsletter.
 
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You may or may not know much about Vitamin B12, but you will probably be surprised when you
realize just how important it really is.  A deficiency in Vitamin B12 can lead to a multitude of problems, including fatigue, weakness, loss of appetite, memory loss, and balance problems.  Since the human
body cannot produce vitamin B12, we are dependent on ensuring that we eat the proper foods and
keep our digestion healthy to allow our body to extract the vitamin B12 from the nutrients we consume. I
n this week's newsletter, we look at the impacts of Vitamin B12 deficiency, and what you can do to
prevent this from developing.

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Disabling back pain is far more common than you might imagine - recent estimates show that almost
80% of North Americans will suffer severe back pain at some point.  Severe back pain restricts your activities, and keeps you from enjoying life to its fullest.  But the good news is that there is something
that you can do to prevent these problems.  In this week's newsletter, we discuss some of the common causes of back pain, and what you can do to prevent or treat problems with your back. 


We talked about the best
and easiest way to cut a watermelon, Vitamin B12 benefits and deficiency symptoms,


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With many things in our lives, the presence of curves may be good, or they may be bad. 
When it comes to your spine, curving may be a sign of Scoliosis, which should not be left untreated.  Scoliosis is a common health problem that can occur at any age, but usually forms during adolescent years, and although not everyone affected with scoliosis feels pain, it can affect heart and lung
function and limit physical activity.  In this week's newsletter, we look at the topic of scoliosis in greater detail, including the chiropractic approach and how it can help. 

We talked about a great
recipe for four cheese spaghetti squash, seven yoga poses for sleep and relaxation, some lower
back core exercises, why succesful people meditate, as well as many other thoughts and ideas. 
Did you miss out reading these posts?  Come view our page and Like our posts to see them more
often in your Newsfeed.  We are also glad to answer general questions that you or your friends
may have about chiropractic.

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We often hear people talk about how the kids of today seem to be less physically active than the kids
of previous generations. In addition to concern over fitness levels and childhood obesity, there are interesting studies that show that increased physical activity can lead to improved academic performance.  In this week's newsletter, we talk about the link between doing better in school
and getting more exercise. Click here for this week's newsletter.

Did you see our Facebook page in the last week?  During this past week, we talked about the top 100 happy words, the impacts of an avalanche of healthy messages, 10 health benefits of yoga, tips for
good posture, as well as many other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss out reading these posts? 
Come view our page and Like our posts to see them more often in your Newsfeed.  We are also
glad to answer general questions that you or your friends may have about chiropractic.
We hope you will visit us on Facebook, and Like our page.

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Many of us will enjoy a good cup of tea, either for its taste or the nice warm feeling we get from a hot beverage.  But did you know that there are health benefits attached to drinking certain types of teas?
  In this week's newsletter, we talk about the benefits of tea because of its antioxidants and we look
at other health benefits of drinking tea, and how it may benefit you.


Did you see our Facebook page in the last week?  During this past week, we talked about a recipe for avocado chocolate mousse, how to find food recall warnings, how to make grilled chicken herb mediterranean salad, as well as many other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss out reading
these posts?  Come view our page and Like our posts to see them more often in your Newsfeed. 
We are also glad to answer general questions that you or your friends may have about chiropractic.


Our newsletter this week deals with ergonomics. The word ergonomics comes from the Greek word
ergon meaning work, and nomoi meaning natural laws.  Ergonomics affects all of us, in that the way
that we do our work and the physical environment we work in will have impacts on our bodies and our health.  In this week's newsletter, we look at what you can do to implement good ergonomics, and
what you can do to avoid injury from bad ergonomics.  Click here for this week's newsletter.

The human body is a misterious thing.  We are all made up of various systems that all work together,
until sometimes they don't.  Sometimes we can't see what makes things work, but that doesn't stop
them from doing what they should.  Over 100 years ago, D.D, Palmer described how the parts of the human body communicate to work together as Innate Intelligence, and used this concept to develop
the principles of chiropractic. In this week's newsletter, we look at what Innate Intelligence is,
and what it means for you.
  Click here for this week's newsletter.

Here is a video of Dr. Bordeleau demonstrating a great exercise to strengthen your abdomen and
lower back. Did you see our Facebook page in the last week?  During this past week, we talked about
how to use a tennis ball for sciatic nerve pain, natural sunburn treatments, 7 tips for mind-body balance, as well as many other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss out reading these posts?  Come view our
page and Like our posts to see them more often in your Newsfeed.  We are also glad to answer
general questions that you or your friends may have about chiropractic.
We hope you will visit us on Facebook, and Like our page.

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Do you know about our Spine Align Ultralign G2? The Rockland Chiropractic Clinic have the latest version of Spine Align Ultralign G2 to allow computer assisted chiropractic care.  This will permit the doctors of the Rockland Chiropractic Clinic to analyse and treat conditions that are causing pain and discomfort for patients who dislike the cracking and twisting that some traditional chiropractic requires. Our doctors
can use this highly sophisticated cutting-edge technology to analyze joints and tissue with increased precision. The device measures the stiffness of the tissue or joint by applying a light mechanical
force and oscillating frequency, sending a signal back to the sensor, all before the muscle can
respond. The patient is treated in a comfortable way without the need to turn or hyperextend parts
of the body, head or neck. This greatly reduces any issues associated with osteoporosis, vertebral
artery conditions or other minor concerns that firmer techniques might not address. This way,
we can virtually put all the fears of manual treatment to rest.  The equipment was recently shown
check out the video here .  Ask us about this on your next visit,


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The human body is an amazing structure, made up of many organs, built around a foundation
of bones, muscles and tendons, all connected electrically by a nervous system.  Have you ever
wondered about how all these parts work together?  More importantly, have you thought about what happens when one or more of these parts gets out of line and doesn't work properly?  Like anything
with moving parts, over time, those parts may get out of alignment and need adjustment to be
able to function properly.  In this week's newsletter, we look at the importance of keeping our body
parts in alignment, and how it can help you live longer and healthier. 
Click here for this week's newsletter.

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In past issues, we have talked about the history of chiropractic, and about how chiropractic can
integrate to provide you with a holistic approach to wellness.  Since being founded in the United States about 120 years ago, the practice of chiropractic has been recognized and is growing around the world.  This week, we are going to look at how chiropractic is actively being used around the
world to help people feel better about their health, and maintain a healthy lifestyle.  


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Wow! It is already September, and it seems that the summer just zipped past. As we experience
the Labour Day Weekend, there are many things that you can do to celebrate the last weekend of summer, including watching hot-air balloons, and getting outside to enjoy some of the last good
weather before winter.  Before we know it, Fall will be here - which leads to an important observation.  We've included a short video this week about why you should visit your chiropractor as soon
as possible after a fall (okay, so it's not the season, but still an important message!) 

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Summer is almost at an end, and the kids are back in school.  Hopefully, they've had a good, active summer, but with the onset of fall, and with more time spent sitting in classrooms, there is a need
to be aware of the measures that should be taken to protect their health, and reduce the possible onset of pain.  In this week's newsletter, we look at changes to activity levels, the importance of posture,
the need to wear a backpack properly, as well as causes and responses to low back pain
in your children.  Click here for this week's newsletter.

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On this November 11th, let us take time to remember those who have sacrificed
to protect our country and our way of life. 

This week's newsletter is all about meditation, and how meditation can help you both physically
and mentally. 
Click here for this week's newsletter
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Did you see our Facebook page in the last week?  During this past week, we talked about
healthy snacks and nutricious meals, 5 flu-fighting foods, hormones, exercis as well as many other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss out reading these posts?  Come view our page and Like
our posts to see them more often in your Newsfeed.  We are also glad to answer general
questions that you or your friends may have about chiropractic.
We hope you will visit us on Facebook, and Like our page.


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Most often, people suffer pain in their lower back or neck, and know to seek chiropractic help.  But sometimes, people suffer pain in their upper back, which is called the Thoracic, and they may not understand why they have this pain.  In this week's newsletter, we look at what might cause pain
in the Thoracic spine, and what steps can be taken to alleviate or avoid pain in this part of the back. 
Click here for this week's newsletter.

Did you see our Facebook page in the last week?  During this past week, we talked about a classic cabbage roll recipe, what 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar daily can do for you, 10 tricks to manage lower back pain, 6 benefits of massage therapy that you didn't already know, as well as many other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss out reading these posts?  Come view our page and Like our posts
to see them more often in your Newsfeed.  We are also glad to answer general questions that you or
your friends may have about chiropractic. We hope you will visit us on Facebook, and Like our page.

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We have discussed in previous newsletters how tea might be good for your health.  In this week's newsletter, we share information about new studies that have discovered that tea may help with additional issues.  We also learn how putting lemon in your tea may increase its advantages
(I guess the British have been on to something after all). 
 Click here for this week's newsletter.

Did you see our Facebook page in the last week?  During this past week, we talked about 31 easy ways t
to detoxify every day, 9 things a registered diectician wants you to know about weight loss, how to train your brain to go positive instead of negative, as well as many other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss
out reading these posts?  Come view our page and Like our posts to see them more often in your Newsfeed.  We are also glad to answer general questions that you or your friends may have about chiropractic. We hope you will visit us on Facebook, and Like our page.





We have often heard the old saying that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but now
we have studies that will prove this statement.  There are also some surprising results that show that
our breakfast habits may affect our health and fitness even more than we may have thought.  In this week's newsletter, we look at how breakfast choices can affect what we choose to eat all day, and this
will impact on our health and wellness overall. 

During this past week, we talked about 20 common items in your home that need to be cleaned ASAP, how we feel after getting a chiropractic adjustment,
how small progress daily helps us reach the big goals, some simple ways to make your life better
in the new year, as well as many other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss out reading these posts? 
Come view our page and Like our posts to see them more often in your Newsfeed.  We are also
glad to answer general questions that you or your friends may have about chiropractic.



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They say that if your feet hurt, your whole body hurts.  When you have pain in your feet, it is uncomfortable to walk or move, and your natural attempts to compensate may throw the rest of your
body out of alignment.  In addition, it's just plainly NOT FUN!.  In this week's newsletter, we talk about some of the ways that chiropractic can help you avoid foot problems, and can help correct issues to
avoid dealing with painful feet. Click here for this week's newsletter.

Did you see our Facebook page in the last week?  During this past week, we talked about some
practical tips on cross-country skiing, 72 of this year's best books to make you successful,
how apple cider vinegar can help with sinus congestion, knowing the symptoms of cold injuries
and how to react, as well as many other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss out reading these posts?  Come view our page and Like our posts to see them more often in your Newsfeed.  We are also
glad to answer general questions that you or your friends may have about chiropractic.
We hope you will visit us on Facebook, and Like our page.


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It is easy to become more sedentary and less active during the winter months.  What you need
to do is find an activity that will encourage you to get outside and engage in physical activity. 
Click on the link in the photo to the left to see a short message from
Dr. Vandervoort and Dr. Bordeleau.

In this week's newsletter, we talk about what to do when you feel pain in your elbow. 
It doesn't always have to be a sports related injury.  In the newsletter, you will receive
information on possible causes and possible treatments for a sore elbow. 





One of the biggest challenges people face in this modern world is the fact that we never seem to get enough sleep.  Current lifestyles, and the abundance of modern technology seem to be reducing the amount of time that we all have for quality sleeping.  In this week's newsletter, we talk about the importance of sleep, and the dangers of being sleep deprived.

We talked about the clean
eating rule, hidden sugar traps, why magnesium is important to your body, 3 reasons you don't get enough sleep and how to beat them, as well as many other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss out
reading these posts?  Come view our page and Like our posts to see them more often in your
Newsfeed.  We are also glad to answer general questions that you or your friends may have about chiropractic.






It's March, and the onset of better weather gives us hope that spring is near.  One great advantage of the better weather is that it is now easier to get outside and engage in a healthy activity like walking. 
As you start doing more activities, you will find greater enjoyment if you have taken some simple
actions to prepare yourself.  This week's newsletter contains a link to a recent video Dr. Vandervoort created with his daughter Mariève that will help you to strengthen your upper back muscles and
achieve better posture.  Click on the photo below to view the video.

We talked about how 
Headaches can be a signal that you're not drinking enough water, the vegetable that could be the superfood you've looking for, 8 things that kids need to do for themselves before they are 13,
 as well as many other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss out reading these posts? 
Come view our page and Like our posts to see them more often in your Newsfeed. 
We are also glad to answer general questions that you or your friends may have about chiropractic.





Most children at some point suffer a bed-wetting experience, but many have a more difficult, chronic
issue with this problem.  Studies have shown that as many as 2% or even 3% of people over the age
of 18 also suffer from this problem.  This can be an embarrassing situation for all ages, leading to
self-imposed restrictions on activities.  But what many people do not realize is that chiropractic can
help.  In this week's edition, we look at some of the causes of this problem, and how natural
approaches, including chiropractic, can help. 
During this past week, we talked about cool ideas
for kids' snacks, cucumber sub sandwiches, 5 benefits of jumping rope, how to build muscle as age tears it down, as well as many other thoughts and ideas. 



Often, people who engage in athletics suffer head injuries.  Every year 1.7 million people sustain traumatic brain injury and most are classified as concussions or mild traumatic brain injury.  Impact to the head can move the brain inside the skull.  This can cause bruising, swelling and bleeding in the brain.  We may not be taking concussions as seriously as we should. In this week's newsletter, we talk about how to recognize a concussion, and what we can do to prevent and treat a concussion.

During this past week, we talked about a recipe for taco tomatoes, why sitting is a killer, what you should eat to improve your thyroid health, what the symptoms are of Vitamin B6 deficiency, as well as many other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss out reading these posts?  Come view our page and Like our posts to see them more often in your Newsfeed. 


This weekend, many of us will be celebrating Easter, and our Jewish community will be celebrating Passover.  Along with the arrival of spring, Easter symbolizes the renewal of life. For this reason, we celebrate with symbols of eggs, baby chickens, and baby rabbits.  We here at the Clinic hope that you and your family have a very happy Easter.

Our newsletter this week talks about the surprising health benefits of intermittant fasting.  Studies have shown that avoiding all or certain types of food and drink for a set period can have many benefits for our health and well-being.  Intermittant fasting has been shown to benefit cardiovascular health, to decrease risk of diabetes, to improve cognitive function, and reduce inflammation.  Fasting may not be appropriate for everyone, and the information in this week's newsletter will help you identify whether fasting may be good for you. 


Back in 1970, Crosby, Stills and Nash recorded a song called Teach Your Children which gave a message about parents responsibility to help young people learn and avoid the challenges that their parents went through.  This thought applies equally to our children's health and wellness as it does to other aspects of their lives.  In this week's newsletter, we talk about the importance of establishing good habits early that our children can carry through their lives, and the role that chiropractic can play in these habits. 





A person who works a normal forty hour work week spends fully one quarter of their time at work. This significant investment of time results in many activities that, over time, can cause body structures and tissues to break down, leading to injury.  In this week's newsletter, we talk about different work-related spine care strategies that will help you reduce the effect of spine related injuries, and preserve your spine health while at work.


We all have habits that have developed over time, some that are good habits and some that are less healthy.  Scientific studies have shown that it takes anywhere from 18 days to 254 days to develop a habit, and to begin to do that activity automatically.  The good news is that you can change your habits if you try. Developing constructive health habits as early as possible may help you avoid chronic disease, maximize your longevity and enable you to live independently well into old age.  In this week's newsletter, we will talk about 5 key habits you can cultivate each day to realize excellent lifelong health.
During this past week, we talked about what happens to your body when you drink Coca Cola, Dr. Sylvie and Dr. Dan participating in the 35th annual Backs in Motion race, the Wha Me Eat Weights Vegan Fitness program, as well as many other thoughts and ideas. 





Well, the warm weather has finally arrived and the snow is gone(we hope!).  What are you doing to enjoy the first long weekend of summer?  Perhaps you were among the many people who woke up early this morning to watch the Royal Wedding.  Or, maybe you slept in to rest up for many activities you have planned.  In either case, we hope that you can enjoy your activities without any significant pain or discomfort.  Unfortunately, some people will suffer from arthritis and this will limit their enjoyment of activities.  In this week's newsletter, we look at what causes arthritis, and how chiropractic can help you avoid or prevent arthritis, or minimize the symptoms.  
During this past week, we talked about 3 easy healthy quinoa salad recipes, 5 hip stretches for relief of tight hips, chiropractic and at-home treatment methods for knee pain relief,  as well as many other thoughts and ideas. 








Sometimes, it's not easy being a kid.  Many children suffer aches and pains, and do not have the experience to understand why things hurt.  In many cases, your chiropractor can help, and the help that can be offered is not only to treat conditions, but to prevent situation from developing that will cause young people discomfort.  In this week's newsletter, we look at how chiropractic can help children, and some of the conditions that your chiropractor can treat to help your child be the happiest and healthiest person possible.

During this past week, we talked about 110 super simple spring dinners, how to recognize if a person is drowning, exercises for the sacroiliac joint, as well as many other thoughts and ideas.  Did you miss out reading these posts?  Come view our page and Like our posts to see them more often in your Newsfeed.  We are also glad to answer general questions that you or your friends may have about chiropractic.

There is nothing worse than a getting a surprise headache while at a special summer event. Unfortunately, there are so many things that could trigger one that it happens all the time. From new foods and smells to loud music and alcohol, headaches affect us all differently.

Since perfume can be a trigger in almost 44% of people who suffer from migraines, it makes special events a potential landmine. Other common causes of headaches at special events include loud music, alcohol and dehydration and can play an equal role in headaches as the event goes on, and into the next day.

So in light of wedding season, I want to make sure to arm you with valuable tips for not only relieving headaches but preventing them as well.

7 Tips to Treat a Surprise Headache
Tip #1: Drink water.

It’s so easy at events to drink alcohol or sweet drinks like soda, which will dehydrate you quickly, especially if the events are outside. Make sure you are drinking enough water, and try alternating water and another beverage throughout the event.

Tip #2: Ice down.

Grab some ice from the bartender or caterer and apply it to your head. If you don’t want to ruin your hair or makeup, try it on the back of your neck.

Tip #3: Drink up.

Try some grated ginger in hot water or a prepackaged ginger tea to help reduce inflammation. Ginger may be hard to find, so consider popping a tea bag in your purse or keeping one in the car.

Tip #4: Inhale slowly.

Inhaling essential oils like lavender or peppermint is an alternative way of alleviating headaches. If you don’t have your oils, they are, and there will always be someone around with some.

Tip #5: Take a walk.

Take a quick walk around the block, releasing endorphins to naturally combat a headache and give yourself a break from the loud music.

Tip #6: Eat something.

Two options for food to help with headaches include pumpkin seeds, which are high in magnesium and spicy foods. Studies have shown both magnesium and capsaicin can relieve headaches.

Tip #7: Massage it out.

A neck or shoulder massage may help relieve a tension headache. A bonus is to have it in a cool, dark, quiet place.

While being prepared to treat a sudden headache is great, there are also a few things you can do to help prevent them from ever starting. Because let’s face it, once it starts it can pretty well ruin your evening, even if you have remedies in place. 

Below are just a few ways you can help stop them before they start:

Learn your triggers. If you get headaches often, you begin to figure out what causes them. Be it lack of caffeine, dehydration, foods, or smells; if you can figure out what it is and avoid it, you’ll be much happier.

Quit smoking. Smoke and even second-hand smoke can cause headaches. Avoid both if at all possible.

Stay well aligned. Regular chiropractic adjustments can help reduce the number of tension headaches and keep your body healthy.

Preventing headaches is different than treating them, but if you get headaches frequently, chiropractic care can help. Call our office today to make an appointment.


One of the most important things I like to talk about during this month is
Breast Cancer Awareness.
In our office, we care deeply about you and your loved ones Ta-Ta’s.

Sadly, when someone we care about gets diagnosed with breast cancer, it can be hard to know where to even begin to offer help. The treatments are physically and mentally exhausting in dozens of ways. 

While you can offer support and encouragement to help with the mental battle, many people are unaware of the physical benefits of using chiropractic therapies in conjunction with cancer treatments. While it varies by case and stage and must be coordinated with the oncologist, any level of relief provided can improve the patient’s quality of life drastically.

3 Cancer Treatment Symptoms Often Relieved by Chiropractic Care

SYMPTOM #1: Neuropathy
Some cancer patients experience peripheral neuropathy, a nerve condition that causes tingling, numbing and tickling in the extremities, which is not only painful but causes difficulty walking. Early chiropractic treatment may help reduce the severity of the motor nerve and sensory nerve damage to help ease any ongoing pain.

SYMPTOM #2: Headaches, Neck & Back Pain
Cancer treatment puts a patient’s body through abnormal amounts of stress. They often experience a variety of aches and pains including headaches, neck pain, muscle tension, and back pain. Chiro care helps to reduce that stress and increase mobility, flexibility, strength and function.

SYMPTOM #3: Nausea

In addition to neuropathy and headaches, Chemotherapy drugs can cause unpleasant side effects including nausea. Nausea and vomiting are triggered by the activation of the chemoreceptor trigger zone (CTZ) by the chemotherapy agents circulating in the blood. Chiropractic adjustments can sometimes help alleviate this symptom significantly. 

If you or your loved one are suffering from cancer treatment side effects,
we would dearly like to see if we can help!
Give our office a call at
613-446-4088
and we will schedule a consult for you as soon as possible!



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Dr. Barbara Dance, Dr. Daniel Vandervoort and staff
Clinique Chiropratique Rockland Chiropractic Clinic

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