Three Supplements to Promote Prevention

A wise man once said, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”  Let AIM be your go to place for anything that ails you, but once that is over, let us help you live the best, most prevention based lifestyle you can! 

Three Supplements to Promote Prevention

A wise man once said, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”  Let AIM be your go to place for anything that ails you, but once that is over, let us help you live the best, most prevention based lifestyle you can! 

Kidneys: Not just for pies anymore!

by Dr. Brooke Azie-Rentz      This month we are focusing on the Kidney; 2 small bean shaped organs located next to your spine on either side.  I know what you are thinking: those 2 little organs, you can give one to another person and still go on living, how important could they be?  After recently … Continued

The Spring Cold and Flu Season

by Dr. Brooke Azie-Rentz The holidays have come and gone and Spring is in the air, but the cold and flu season is going full steam ahead, and it is bad this year.  Here at Alpine Integrated Medicine, we believe that prevention is the best medicine, but sometimes that is not enough.  Here are some … Continued

Notes on Ergonomics

by Dr. Bridgett B. Simon, ND LAc                 Hello everyone, welcome to the fall season. I like this topic because it turned out to be more than I expected. When I thought of ergonomics before this, posture and sitting time came to mind for me. Working with a lot of tech friends also, things like … Continued

Posture, Ergonomics & Pain

by Chanda Zeigler, LMP, CSP Good Posture: What’s the big deal anyways? I’m sure we all have vivid memories of our Mother constantly reminding us to “sit up straight!” or “stop slouching!” Why is posture such a big deal? There are many great reasons for good posture: standing tall feels empowering, boosting confidence and lowering … Continued

When Should You Get Screenings and Checkups?

By Dr. Mohammad Shegeft Many of you have taken steps to take charge of your health from dietary changes, regular exercise, removing or decreasing toxin like smoking, alcohol consumption and environmental toxin exposures, hydration and appropriate supplementation if necessary. These steps will be further enhanced if you keep up with screening exams at their appropriate … Continued