Soup for breakfast only sounds weird until you’ve tried it. Once you see you good you feel with that warm nourishing bellyful, you wont look back. AND it’s so much healthier than those danishes and bagels (no offense to bakers). Start your day off with warm, energy packed food and enjoy your baked goods at […]
What is bone broth, and why do we eat it? For those of you who’ve come into the office, you may have gotten advice to incorporate bone broth into your diet. It’s not only a fad, we’ve been getting healthy eating bone based soup for generations (chicken soup anyone?). The advantage to making your own […]
Vickery Health & Wellness is now a Squatty Potty affiliate. Mostly because they’re just too bulky to have in the clinic. If you haven’t heard about them, click here for a CNBC story about the company. And, of course, who can forget (trust me, once you see it you can’t unsee it and that darn […]
There is an irony when it comes to using acupuncture to treat pain… Frequently patients who seek out acupuncture for their pain, do so as a last resort. They’ve tried everything else, from physical therapy to medications to surgery. It’s ironic because frequently acupuncture is effective in treating pain when nothing else has worked. Pain […]
(See what I did there?) Because I want you to be smiling when you click through to this article, which will shake the very foundation of the world for some of you. This is the second in an infrequent foray into the controversial world of over-watering ourselves. Here’s an article from the New York Times, […]
Giving back to the community Giving back isn’t just a slick advertising hook here at Vickery Health & Wellness. Dr Vickery believes everyone should enjoy glowing good health. But she knows this is not as easy as waving a magic wand, and for some it’s an uphill battle. To help aid in that journey, she […]
Not to sound like a greeting card, but your health really is the most important thing you “own”. You really don’t have anything if you don’t have your health. It’s important to find the right practitioner to become a partner in maintaining your health, not the cheapest.