Magnifying Change Through the Attentiveness of the Body & Mind

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Magnifying Change Through the Attentiveness of the Body & Mind

By Kevin Kunkel, MA

We may have familiarized ourselves with ways to cleanse the body (food and supplement detoxs, infrared saunas, lymphatic drainage), and ways to cleanse the mind (meditation, journaling exercises). However, it is fascinating and greatly beneficial to explore and become attentive to how the effect on one (body) can significantly benefit the cleanse of the other (mind).

When we cleanse the mind through certain meditative processes, not only is there a change in mental states, but there ...

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Mother’s Day Specials!

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Mother’s Day Specials!

“To describe a mother would be to write about a hurricane in its perfect power; or the climbing, falling colors of a rainbow.” –  Maya Angelou

As Dr. Sari Eitches recently shared in the Mommy-Me-Time article:

Moms are like banks of love and attention: our children, our partners and our work make withdrawals all day long. At some point we have to refill the stash. It’s like that airplane adage- you have to put on your own oxygen mask first. Practicing ...

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Group Meditation Has Many Benefits, including Creating Community

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Group Meditation Has Many Benefits, including Creating Community

We came across this article from NRP Health News by Angus Chen. It is an excellent read about the power of meditation. Enjoy!

Loneliness has been linked to everything from heart disease to Alzheimer’s disease. Depression is common among the lonely. Cancers tear through their bodies more rapidly, and viruses hit them harder and more frequently. In the short term, it feels like the loneliness will kill you. A study suggests that’s because the pain of loneliness activates the immune pattern ...

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For your SAKE and for Those Who you LOVE

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For your SAKE and for Those Who you LOVE

By David Laramie, PhD

Would you like to be able to improve the quality of your relationships, work more productively, have more resilience in the face of challenges, and increase your physical health?  

There is a powerful resource that anyone can utilize to realize their full potential.  That essential component is addressing your mental health.  May is National Mental Health Awareness Month and is a special call to recognize the importance of mental health.

Besides yielding a better quality of ...

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Mommy-Me-Time

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Mommy-Me-Time

By Dr. Sari Eitches

My first mother’s day all I wanted was 2 hours alone. I went to an exercise class and got my hair done. I even took a shower. Alone. With the door closed. It was exhilarating. Every Sunday since I do something similar- a work out and a treat- and return to my family more content, more present and more patient. It’s a far cry from the care-free “spontaneous” life I didn’t even know I was leading ...

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3 Ways to Save on Prolotherapy

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3 Ways to Save on Prolotherapy

Is Pain Controlling Your Life? Akasha is here to the help.

  • 30% Off Prolotherapy treatments!
  • Insurance Prices available
  • 10 minute complimentary phone consult with Board Certified Physiatry & Pain Medicine Physician Dr. Bren Boston

 

PROLOTHERAPY


 

Prolotherapy is a form of regenerative injection therapy stimulating the healing, growth, and stability of damaged tissues. It is a safe and effective non-surgical approach for treating joint and spine pain caused by weakened and damaged ligaments and tendons. Learn more about Prolotherapy

For a limited time, take 30% off of Prolotherapy treatments.
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3 Ways to Practice Patience

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3 Ways to Practice Patience

As our world becomes faster our attention span decreases and so does our ability to practice patience. And yes, it requires a great deal of practice.

Why is this important?

I came across this great article posted by the Huffington post on the reasons why one should practice patience as well as some great tips to help you get there:

As virtues go, patience is a quiet one.

It’s often exhibited behind closed doors, not on a public stage: A father ...

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New Patient Specials

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New Patient Specials

Starting April 1st receive:

  • a complimentary 10 minute consult in person or by phone AND 
  • 30 minute medical visit (with current lab results) for $325 with Dr. Sari Eitches

Limited time only. Special ends June 30th!

Make an Appointment Today!

Dr. Sari Eitches | Akasha CenterSari Eitches, MD, MS is an internal medicine physician with an integrative approach to the treatment and prevention of chronic illness. She ...

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Is Your Knee Pain Stopping You From Living?

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Is Your Knee Pain Stopping You From Living?

By Bren Boston, MD

If knee pain is stopping you from exercising, then you can expect your knee pain to get worse, not better. Studies have shown that exercise is crucial for the treatment of arthritis. Prolotherapy can help people with knee and other joint pain get back to an exercise routine.

Prolotherapy is a safe injection technique that can significantly decrease the pain of knee arthritis. It involves the injection of a natural proliferative fluid to the intra-articular joint space and ...

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How Do I Know If Alcohol Is A Problem For Me?

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How Do I Know If Alcohol Is A Problem For Me?

By Alicia Maher, MD

When is drinking alcohol a problem? On the simplest level, Freud would say that anything interfering with one’s ability to love and work signifies that it is problematic. To explore this further, there are simple questionnaires such as the CAGE questionnaire. This contains questions such as:

1) Have you ever felt you needed to Cut down on your drinking?

2) Have people Annoyed you by criticizing your drinking?

3) Have you ever felt Guilty ...

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