Hormones and Wellness with Dr. George E. Sadowski

November 7, 2014

George E. Sadowski, MD, the Medical Advisor of the Wellness & Hormones Centers of America, www.wellnesshca.com, is a physician with a thriving surgical practice with the Surgical Associates of North Florida in St. Augustine.  Salonpas interviewed Dr. Sadowski on the role of hormones and wellness: How does someone know they have a hormonal deficit? If […]

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The BioMechanics Method Offers Corrective Exercise Techniques to Alleviate Pain

October 22, 2014

Salonpas sat down with Justin Price, one of the top musculoskeletal assessment and corrective exercise experts in the world, to discuss his innovative methods for alleviating chronic pain.  He teaches health and fitness professionals around the world an educational program he created called “The BioMechanics Method®.”  He also works one-on-one with clients in San Diego […]

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Dr. Aristotle Economou on Changing the Way You Heal

October 20, 2014

Dr. Aristotle Economou, a leading practitioner of alternative medicine in Beverly Hills, understands first-hand the difficulties that patients go through when dealing with a personal health challenge. In 2006, an event occurred that turned his life upside down and put his years of clinical experience in functional medicine to the ultimate test. Over a short […]

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Are Trapped Emotions the Root of Disease?

October 3, 2014

Interview with Dr. Bradley Nelson, author of the bestselling book, The Emotion Code After working in private practice as a holistic chiropractic physician, Dr. Nelson www.drbradleynelson.com  began to devote all his time to teaching about the body’s innate self-healing powers. A leading authority on how emotions affect health, he is the creator of The Emotion Code, a […]

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Getting Flexible with Dr. Kenneth Hansraj

September 26, 2014

For over 15 years, Dr. Ken Hansraj, www.drken.us, has dedicated his career to the eradication of spine problems.  He discusses his book and core factors and strategies that can be applied to immediately improve the quality of spinal health: Q.Why did you decide to write a book titled “Keys to An Amazing Life: Secrets of […]

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How to Lower Stress with Dr. Gruver

September 12, 2014

Read Part Two of our interview with Dr. Kathy Gruver, www.thealternativemedicinecabinet.com, who discusses the importance of de-stressing in today’s bustling, over-committed society. The first part of our interview is available here: Q.How do you recommend that people de-stress? I think the ways that people de-stress is a very individual process. Massage is great as are things […]

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Pam Shriver’s Sweet Spot for Fitness

August 25, 2014

Born on the fourth of July, Pam Shriver epitomizes the American woman in all its red, white and blue glory.  A former tennis professional, mother of three and tennis broadcaster for ESPN, Pam is incredibly busy, but still squeezes in time for health and fitness. During her 19-year career starting in the late 1970’s and continuing […]

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Today’s “Seniors” Radiate Vibrancy and Good Health

August 18, 2014

August 21st is National Senior Citizens Day which was originally proclaimed by President Ronald Reagan in 1988.  On this day, we are encouraged to recognize and show appreciation for the value and contribution of senior people to home, family and society.  There is no doubt that our older generation deserves respect and admiration for all they […]

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YOU CAN’T BUY ME (BRAND) LOVE

August 11, 2014

Product brand managers worldwide huddle with their communications and public relations advisors to figure out how to get celebrities to try and be seen with their products.  As reported by Wikipedia, “celebrity branding is a type of branding, or advertising, in which a celebrity becomes a brand ambassador and uses his or her status in society to promote a product, service or […]

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