Fall brings harvest time, the beauty of the changing leaves, and less daylight. In Chinese medicine, fall is associated with the element of metal and the lungs. It is a time to slow down, go to bed early, regroup and begin to move and think inward in preparation for winter.Read More
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The short answer is “YES!” but the true answer is much more involved and requires several more questions in order to decide how to best achieve long lasting weight loss.
Many Factors Affect Weight Loss
There are several factors when considering a weight loss plan that need to be discussed. For example,
- Is the weight gain due to poor dietary and exercise habits?
- Is there a metabolic function issue that needs to be addressed?
- Are there psychological factors contributing to the inability to lose weight?
- Is there a hormonal or thyroid issue
- How is your digestion?
As you can see, there are many reasons why a person gains weight and, as such, there are many techniques to help lose that weight.
Pain is one of the biggest motivators to go get healthcare. Most people think they can deal with sharp pain, muscles that ache, a body that gets achy and tired at the end of a day. But when it gets to a point that you can’t handle it anymore, you call the doctor. Our job is to discover what is causing your pain. Sometimes we get lucky and it is just a sore muscle that goes away after a treatment, but what if it is more complicated? There are no easy cases for doctors; patients present with individual problems that get solved uniquely based on how they present.
The Sources of Pain