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ABOUT: 100+ Things for Neuropathy Relief

Develop Your Neuropathy Treatment Regime   The question asked most often at the Calgary Neuropathy Association is what can I do to make my neuropathy better.  Neuropathy relief is hard to find and more than likely its not one thing…

2021 Summer Student Job Posting

Web Content Summer Student Writer The Calgary Neuropathy Association is a Calgary based not-for-profit providing education and support to people suffering with chronic pain due to nerve damage or disease, called neuropathy. Often, those impacted by neuropathy are seniors, however…

OT – Boosting Engagement in Self-Care

Gillian Bagg BHSCOT, HBPE owner & operator of Gillian Bagg Occupational Therapy Services explores: The importance of exercise in performing correctly paced daily self-care activities How to pace daily self-care activities Barriers to engaging in self-care activities Gillian Bagg can…

Tapping and its Benefits

Sylvia Donley provides an overview of Tapping, also called EFT or Emotional Freedom Technique.  People use tapping as an alternative method for treating negative emotion and physical pain. Tapping uses the same meridian points as acupuncture. She provides a summary…

Medical Cannabis with Harvest Medicine

Watch Dr. Olga DeSanctis, MD and Faraz Sachedina in exploring the fundamentals of medical cannabis such as plant types, cannabinoids, products, and intake methods. Learn more about how and why cannabis works within the human body, with a special focus…

Inositol for Anxiety & Mood

Inositol may help manage mood & anxiety disorders Depression and anxiety can take many forms and do not discriminate against any particular group of people. This blog post will focus on Inositol’s role as a secondary messenger and how it…

#65 Is PEA a Pain Option?

It is always advised to talk with your health care provider before starting any new supplement. Herbs and supplements may interfere with each other and with medications.  You can also call your provincial Drug Interactions/Poison Control to see if there are…

What does the evidence say? The credibility of websites.

What does the evidence say? The credibility of websites.

Genevieve Chartrand of CADTH provides information on how to know the websites you are visiting are credible and so the information can be trusted. She also highlights red flags to watch for. These red flags tell the viewer or reader…