We treat conditions related to Senior's Health, Mental Health and Family Care
Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it. Think wrongly, if you please, but in all cases think for yourself. Every time you smile at someone, it is an action of love.
A key principle of Naturopathic Medicine is “treat the cause, not the symptom”. Family lifestyle habits can cause obvious health problems in one family member, while silently affecting the health of others. It is common in clinical practice to hear that family members who adopt new diet plans to help another family member find they feel better within weeks: they lose weight they hadn’t planned to lose, or sleep better and subsequently have more energy.
Lifestyle changes recommended for one family member usually can benefit the entire family. Naturopathic Medicine can help support all members of your family, from prenatal care, pediatric care, women and men’s health, and senior’s health. It’s helpful when healthy living ideas can be utilized by many (if not all) family members, leading to better quality of life, better immunity and more.Read More
Mental health concerns are on the rise in modern society, and it is affecting children as well as adults. This makes mental health one of the most important health factors at home as well as in school and workplace settings. Stress is an underlying source behind anxiety or depression; it may not be possible to treat your mental health problems without addressing stress proactively and supporting your adrenal glands at the same time. Counselling or psychotherapy will be more effective when your body and neurotransmitter pathways are supported by healthy diet, restorative sleep, exercise and mindfulness. Dr. Clack will help you put together a program that fits for you.Read More
“You have this problem because of your age: You don’t need to treat it” is a phrase that undermines the health and wellness of this very valuable segment of our population. While it is true that some functions will decline as we get older it’s also because seniors may not take care of themselves as they age, particularly when living alone. The Basics of Healthy Living are important to maintain in our Golden Years: healthy diet, exercise, good sleep and mindfulness. Dr. Clack has been studying Gerontology (the study of aging) for several years, to help his own parents as well as patients. This knowledge is helping stop or delay the aging process and giving seniors access to longevity approaches as taught from “The Blue Zones” and experts like Dr. Dale Bredersen.Read More