Breathing

Cupping – My Experience

By Dr. Bingham Cupping has been around for thousands of years, but it took someone famous like Michael Phelps to bring cupping into the mainstream. If you watched the Rio Olympics, you might have noticed bizarre purple circular marks on Michael Phelps back, these are cupping marks. These marks are from the blood that is [...]

Float Therapy – My Experience

by Dr. Bryan Bingham My wife and I just celebrated our 12th wedding anniversary and this year we decided to try something a little different. Both of us had been curious about float tanks also know as float therapy and decided to look into local facilities. We had heard of a couple different local businesses [...]

Three Reasons your Shoulders are Always Tight

Your Breathing When we are in a sitting still we should breath deeply into our belly using our diaphragm.   Unfortunately this type of breathing is rare in our stress-filled lives. A more common breathing that you will see around the office is chest and shoulder breathing. This type of breathing relies on the muscles of [...]

Breathe

By Dr. Drew Intro: Breathing is important, very important. That is obvious. But how many of us know how important proper breathing is? Proper breathing is a critical function of good health, as it rids our bodies of carbon dioxide while providing our systems with vital oxygen. The more efficient this process is, the more [...]