Osteopathy is a drug-free, non-invasive manual therapy that aims to improve health across all body systems by manipulating and strengthening the musculoskeletal framework. An osteopathic physician will focus on the joints, muscles, and spine.
Functional medicine or personalized medicine is an approach that seeks to find the underlying cause of disease, rather than merely treating the symptoms. Functional medicine practitioners identify unhealthy body systems and right those imbalances using the latest science-based approaches and ancient healing traditions.
Ayurveda & Massage
Ayurvedic medicine is a system of healing that originated in ancient India. In Sanskrit, ayur means life or living, and veda means knowledge, so Ayurveda has been defined as the “knowledge of living” or the “science of longevity.” We combine Ayurvedic medicine with therapeutic massage for the most comprehensive treatment.
What Our Patients Are Saying…
In December of 2019 I was in a serious automobile accident. A few weeks after the accident I went to see a physician who diagnosed me with a concussion. He gave me a list of generic supplements to take. I knew nothing about any of the supplements on the list, so I went to see Norm Neeb, who is both my osteopath and my personal friend. I honestly didn’t have great expectations about what the supplements would do for me, but I knew Norm wouldn’t give me anything that would hurt me, so I started taking them.
Within a couple of months I started to realize that my brain was functioning in ways it had never functioned before, and that my executive functioning, which had always been a problem, was actually working in ways it never had before. The voice in my head that had previously said, “Oh, you can’t do that” was now saying, “There’s an interesting problem. I wonder how I can fix that.” I had always felt like my brain just couldn’t connect the dots, but now it does. I live in a different world. I’m able to organize my time, my possessions and my life in a way I was never able to do before.
It seems utterly miraculous to me, but I asked Norm if he had seen this before and he said he had. Every day I wake up and think, thank goodness for Norm Neeb.
I chose to visit Dr Neeb once every 3 weeks, so I would not have to go to Dialysis 3 times a week.
Start the year off with a happier, healthier you by incorporating practical knowledge of Ayurveda into your daily life. Ayurveda or “Science of Life” is a system of health and well being from India that has been practiced for thousands of years.
About the presenter:
Andrew Nunberg is a licensed massage therapist and Ayurvedic technician. He received his Ayurvedic training from Sri Sri Ayurveda. He’s also a certified breath and meditation instructor with the Art of Living Foundation as well as a certified yoga instructor (Sri Sri Yoga).
Week 1 The Roots of Ayurveda
before applying practical knowledge, we first should be acquainted with the theories and philosophies that Ayurveda embraces
Week 2 The 5 Elements and 3 Doshas
This whole creation is made up for 5 elements and these elements form the 3 Doshas (Vatta, Pitta , Kapha). Knowledge of the 3 doshas can help better manage or mental, emotional and physical well being.
Week 3 You are what you eat
Hipprocrates said “Let food be thy medicine”. In Ayurveda it its called ahara and it is one of the pillars of well being in Ayurveda
Week 4 Timing is Everything
Health is dynamic and we need to put attention on it everyday. When we do something is also very important. We will look into the timing of our activities so its supported by the rhythm of nature. This is called vihara in Ayurveda and it forms the second pillar of well being.