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What to Expect After Cupping

Cupping is a centuries-old tradition that has been used to treat a variety of conditions. Today, studies in mainstream medicine have provided evidence that cupping (also known as ozone therapy) can be effective against headaches, digestive issues, musculoskeletal pain and more! Indeed, research indicates that cupping not only helps to improve circulation, it facilitates a […]Read More…

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Why Microneedling Stretch Marks Works

Depending on the source, stretch marks are said to affect 50% to 80% of the world’s population. That’s a lot of people. And although stretch marks are not painful or harmful, they can be unsightly, frequently evoking anxiety in those suffering from them; women, men, young and old, anyone can get stretch marks, especially those […]Read More…

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The 3 Cryotherapy Stages of Healing

Cold temperatures offer a variety of benefits. Research not only suggests that exposure to the cold slows the flow of blood, decreases inflammation and, thus, often works to minimize pain, but that it can sharpen the senses, help the body burn fat more effectively, and energize us for increased activity long after temperatures have again […]Read More…

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3 IV Therapy Benefits You Need to Know

IV therapy is a medical treatment that delivers fluids, medication and/or nutrients to the body via a vein. Here at The Institute of Natural Health, we use IV therapy to administer a customized combination of vitamins, minerals and other essential nutrients directly into a patient’s bloodstream with the intention of returning his or her body […]Read More…

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HydraFacial Results: What to Expect

A HydraFacial is a type of skincare therapy that uses a handheld device to gently cleanse, detoxify, exfoliate, extract and hydrate the skin in a single treatment session. It is a non-invasive procedure and can be used on all skin types, delivering a variety of benefits that make it an excellent choice for nearly anyone. […]Read More…

does vitamin b12 help you lose weight

Does Vitamin B12 Help You Lose Weight?

Vitamin B12 is an essential nutrient found in a variety of animal-based foods. It plays a vital role in the body’s manufacture of healthy blood and nerve cells and is critical for DNA synthesis, making it especially important that all of us receive an adequate daily amount of it. In recent years, B12 has also […]Read More…

why can't you shower after cupping

Why Can’t You Shower After Cupping

Cupping is an alternative medicine practice with ancient origins in Asia, where it was used primarily as a way to drain abscesses and boils. Today, in addition to treating certain skin problems, cupping is often seen as a valid therapeutic treatment for many other types of medical issues (such as inflammation, high blood pressure and […]Read More…

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Microneedling Results You Should Expect to See

Thanks in large part to the fact that it’s a minimally invasive therapeutic procedure that is safe for all skin types and tones, microneedling has surged in popularity over the past few years. Not only is it capable of rendering relatively quick results with little downtime and few side effects, microneedling is less expensive than […]Read More…

The Top Cryotherapy Benefits People are After

Cryotherapy or “cold therapy” is a type of health treatment that involves exposing either the whole body or a portion of it to extremely cold temperatures for several minutes. Its origins date back to the ancient Egyptians, who believed it to be an effective cure for pain and inflammation, but it wasn’t until the 1800s, […]Read More…

How Much Does Microneedling Hurt?

Microneedling is one of the MedSpa services we offer here at The Institute of Natural Health (INHSTL). And because patients often have many questions about the procedure, we thought we’d take the opportunity to answer one of the biggest ones: how much does microneedling hurt? Contrary to what many might believe, microneedling isn’t very painful […]Read More…