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Beat that Nasty Flu... with our unique Natural Hands-on Protocol!

by Olivia Chang
on March 15, 2016

coughingThey might stop coughing for a while and think they are on the road to recovery.  Then BAM! They are down for the count again.  Their energy level had remained low so they were really not getting well. The fact is that the mucus being produced is extremely thick and attaches itself to the lining of the alveoli (lung sacs), impairing proper oxygen exchange to the blood with each breath.  It's so thick that their cough is non-productive.

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RAPID RELEASE Therapy with RRT Pro 2! Our newest treatment device!

by Olivia Chang
on January 23, 2016

Rapid Release Pro 2 dr Chang Health La Jolla, CARAPID RELEASE THERAPY RRT Pro 2... our newest treatment device for neck, back and joint pain! ...The RapidRelease Technique (RRT) Pro 2 targets pain with 5 unique treatment surfaces and vary the effect on the fly with a flick of the wrist.  This is a happy solution to those of you who have endured our deep tissue myofascial therapy, . This allows muscles to be flexible again and joints to move through their intended full range of motion.
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Is that my Chicken Neck!?

by Sharon Agir
on October 10, 2015

Is that my Chicken Neck!?

I knew I had bad posture, and I attributed it mainly to my back. I never thought my neck was in bad shape. I didn't realize it until we had a training session with Dr. Chang. She was teaching us how to evaluate which muscles are weak and what areas to target.

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Happy New Year!

by Olivia Chang
on January 14, 2015

     2015 New Year wishes to you...  
 

We are thankful for the opportunity to serve you in 2014....
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Flexibility

by Sharon Agir
on October 11, 2014

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When we see babies play, they are able to touch and grab their feet. They have such great flexibility that they do it with ease. Our flexibility as we age seems to deteriorate due to changes to our soft tissues, many over which we have control:

-          Increase amount of calcium deposits from acidic blood chemistry and culmulative adhesions from unattended micro-traumas

-          Increase level of dehydration

-          Increase of fatty, collagenous fibers in muscle

 

 

You have the ability to improve your flexibility by:

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