I haven’t been posting here to let anyone know what is on my mind because I have been doing a bunch of work behind the scenes to change my clinical work to focus on my Osteopathic practice. That doesn’t mean that I haven’t been on the grind writing other places! Right now it is time for me to start my countdown to opening my Osteopathic practice at the Naturopathic Clinic on HWY 7 on December 2nd, 2011.
I am obviously excited that I have found an amazing clinic space as well as the opportunity to join with a well established Naturopathic Doctor in Deborah Berg. The extra exciting part is that the clinic is also growing with a new ND coming on board at the same time as myself. I finally found a very serene clinic setting with access to other practitioners that have the ability to deal with issues outside of my realm in a natural and holistic fashion. I am very happy to say that my new colleagues are the real deal.
As I go forward my time will be pulled in a bunch of different ways as any new practice will do. For the time being I will highlight some of the articles that I have posted on the blog I am writing that focuses on the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy as well as on the amazing wholelifehealth blog.
I will start by linking to two blogs I wrote about the effects our diets can have on our health. As a quick preamble I want it to be clear that a “diet” in the social sense refers to a reduction in food choice to attempt to alter a specific characteristic or group of characteristics and I do not believe that is the best way to go. To me, I think that we should speak about the way humans should eat the same way we speak about the way cheetahs eat (or any animal for that matter) – every life form has a species specific diet and that is what I promote as a path to health and healing. With no further adieu here are two links to articles I have already written about food:
I will keep you posted on the happenings at my new clinic space!