Massage for Summer Allergies
Posted by: cnyha on Aug 12, 2014 in news
More than 2/3 of people suffer from year-round allergies.  Summer is here and we’re picnicking in the grass, the beautiful flowers are blooming around us, and we’re spending more time outdoors—it’s all part of fabulous summer!  For those who have allergies, though, it can become a challenge.    As the summer months progress, ragweed or hay fever
Eastern Medicine and Treatments
Posted by: cnyha on Oct 15, 2012 in news
Dr. Robert Kiltz, owner and director of CNY Fertility Centers and CNY Healing Arts Centers, is committed to using the art of Eastern medicine and treatments along with Western practices to achieve optimal health for his clients. This combined approach is widely recognized in the holistic services that are offered at his centers. Over the
Treating Allergies with Acupuncture
Posted by: cnyha on Jun 06, 2012 in news
The soft, white puffs of cottonwood blowing through the air this time of year resembles a snow storm!  If you live near these trees, you might find yourself having to close car windows because of the possible build-up on the seats inside.  When you’re outdoors wearing black pants, they’re covered with dots of white fluff!  It’s
Take Care of Your Immune System, Get a Massage!
Posted by: cnyha on Feb 20, 2012 in news
You’re on the massage table and you feel good from your head to your toes!  There’s a feeling of peacefulness and relaxation, of quiet and calm.  You feel the muscle soreness, stiffness, and tension drifting away—but did you know that you may actually be improving your immune system as well? A study by researchers at
Massage Treatment for Your Allergies
Posted by: cnyha on May 05, 2011 in news
In 2008, a study at Harvard Medical School showed that pregnant mothers who expose their babies to stress while in the womb may increase the likelihood of their children having allergies and asthma once born. You’re probably wondering what the link is between stress and your allergies, right? It’s what happens physically when you stress