Fall, this is a tricky time. With school in full swing, schedule changes, and more to think through. There is a tendency to feel overwhelmed or stressed out. We are adapting to cooler weather both emotionally and physically. With change it’s normal to grieve. Basically, things around you are changing. Your body is clearing. This affects the body, emotions and mind.
Last time you got the cough, how did you pass the nights? Did you endure the rib-shattering coughing fits or did you slide down a little cough syrup? But guess what? There are other options to help with a cough.
Around here at Hope Clinic we talk a lot about organ systems, and their different seasons. Since these references aren't exactly coming up at a typical medical doctor appointment—or around the water cooler—let's take a few moments to explain things a bit.
Summer! With a good balance in the body this can be a time of balance for the heart and mind. Joy, calm, connection, and space. This can also be a time of odd symptoms that can wear on us both physically and mentally.
Nothing disrupts a fun summer afternoon more than painful sunburns! Your daughter just came home from the beach and her back is looking a little lobster-like. What should you do when you get a sunburn?
Whether you or someone you love struggles to fall asleep, stay asleep, or wake up feeling rested—this article is for you.
Essential oils can be an extremely useful and effective way to support your body. In their very nature, essential oils are extremely pure products. The purer an essential oil is, the more refined it is, which means it begins to act more like a chemical.
Have you ever experienced a traumatic sports injury? We talk a lot around here about the body’s incredible ability to heal itself. So ponder this: most athletic-related injuries happen because there is an internal imbalance in the body.
"Dr. Brad has helped me in so many ways over the past several years. When I first began treatment with Dr. Brad, I had allergies, chronic sinus infections, and always felt exhausted.
I have not had a sinus infection since treatment began nor do I take allergy medicine anymore. The exhaustion is gone and I am so active now that Dr. Brad continues to treat my interesting injuries that occur from all the new activities I am enjoying..."
Brrrr... it really is cold out there! Offering your kidneys the little extra love and support they need this time of year isn’t too tricky. Here are 3 simple ways to care for your kidneys this winter.
Homeopathy works to remind the body how to heal itself. It does this through something we call, a remedy. Since it won’t interfere with medications, homeopathy can be useful to support healing for just about any health condition.
Wham! You get hit. Now you’re worried about a concussion. When we talk about concussions, what is it that’s happened to your brain?
The media and medical community have been making it sound as though everyone ought to get a flu shot. But does it really help? Is it really necessary? If you find yourself asking these questions, you’ve come to the right place. Let’s dive right in.
School time is here again. For kids this means new sleep schedules, new teachers, new friends, new foods, and new chemicals they aren’t exposes to at home. This combination is stressful! Our bodies can only hold out so long before it starts to break down. But you, the parent, can help.
According to Traditional Chinese medicine, spring is liver and gallbladder season. This means our bodies crave certain foods. So what should we all be eating during the spring months? Find out in this video!
Sometimes the headache is in the front of your head, sometimes behind your eyes, sometimes on the top of your head. No matter where the headache is, it can really be painful. When you get headaches kids, here are some good things Dr. Brad says you can do to help yourself.
Leg aches and growing pains tell us your activity levels suddenly got higher than your body’s ability to repair itself. This is usually due to your nutritional status. When you begin to notice this pain, be sure to listen!