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Copy of Blog: Mind-Body Connections

As an osteopath, people come to me because of aches and pains and I treat their physical issues, whether from trauma, overuse, postural distortion, or old injuries. However, not all pain a patient feels is physical. Sometimes the pain comes from an emotional source, and we may greatly underestimate the role of emotion in all pain. During physical trauma, the person’s emotional state at that moment becomes part of the whole...

Copy of New articles online: Cooling Foods and Joint Work

This month our dietitian Ben Xie writes about "Cooling Foods" and how to take advantage of the TCM principles to help you keep cool during the warm season. And Shannon Martin interviews our chiropractor Herman Szeto to understand what his work is all about in the article "Joint Work" - enjoy your reading! You can find these articles and many more in our "press articles" section. ...

Blog: When the tongue speaks for your body

The human tongue is seen as a “map” of the internal body, standing not only for the blood and Qi fluency, but also for the harmony of all organs. Each part of the tongue mirrors an organical system according to the five elements (Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, Water). But how can someone come up with a diagnosis just by looking at a person’s tongue? Read on ...

New Blogs: Psycho-Oncology and Lymphatic Drainage

Paula van Grieken Ferrer: "Over the years, I have worked with many cancer patients and families as a Clinical Psychologist and have seen the benefits of emotional support and psychological management techniques. The field of psycho-oncology, founded in the 1980s, is developing to further help patients fighting cancer (and adjusting after treatment), as well to better understand the links between the psychosocial and physical aspects of disease." Read on ...

Blog: Mind-Body Connections

As an osteopath, people come to me because of aches and pains and I treat their physical issues, whether from trauma, overuse, postural distortion, or old injuries. However, not all pain a patient feels is physical. Sometimes the pain comes from an emotional source, and we may greatly underestimate the role of emotion in all pain. During physical trauma, the person’s emotional state at that moment becomes part of the whole...

Blog: “Ergonomics and Back Pain Tips”

It is common to feel tired and restless after a long day at the office. You might start to experience small pains in your lower back, legs and neck when seated for long periods. You might feel a headache coming on and experience tension in your neck and tired eyes. Your body is signaling that you’ve been sitting too long in one position (or in the incorrect position). Over time,...

Body & Soul continues to support Heart To Heart and the Children in Need

Heart To Heart Shanghai is a non-profit community outreach organization composed of volunteers who give support to Chinese children from extremely poor families who are undergoing heart surgery. On top of raising funds to cover the expenses of life saving surgeries, the Body & Soul Team devotes its spare time to knitting warm clothes for the children. On March 4, Doris Rathgeber along with a few Body & Soul nurses...

Body & Soul continues to support Heart To Heart and the Children in Need

Heart To Heart Shanghai is a non-profit community outreach organization composed of volunteers who give support to Chinese children from extremely poor families who are undergoing heart surgery. On top of raising funds to cover the expenses of life saving surgeries, the Body & Soul Team devotes its spare time to knitting warm clothes for the children. On March 4, Doris Rathgeber along with a few Body & Soul nurses...