16 March

Knee Pain Exercises

Ahh spring! The days are getting longer and the weather is completely unpredictable, but that doesn’t stop us Oregonians from getting outside after a long, dark winter to run and hike and walk and play. But along with all our renewed activities some of you may be experiencing some knee pain. While some cases of […]

1 February

Acute Care in Acupuncture: When to Come In and When to Stay Home

Have you ever had an acupuncture visit scheduled, then come down with a massive respiratory infection (or case of food poisoning, or major migraine, etc) and feel like cancelling the visit? You are not alone. Sometimes it is best to curl up in bed, metaphorically lick one’s wounds, and sleep. Sometimes one shouldn’t drive or […]

14 December

Five Tools for Beating the Winter Blues

Every winter I work with a group of people who experience depression, low energy, and fatigue during the fall or winter months. I too have seasonal affective disorder every fall for a few weeks, but I see others struggle with much longer, more severe symptoms. Here are five steps to help feel better when the […]

7 December

How to Stay Active in the Dreary Months

First of all, I must state that I think I have a different relationship with the cloudy, rainy weather than most people I know. Growing up in North Dakota, winter meant sub-zero temperatures, high winds, and snow drifts as tall as minivans. So when I experienced my first winter in Oregon, I was absolutely in […]

27 August

Rolfing, Structural Integration Explained

We’ve been getting lots of questions about Rolfing, Structural Integration and what it exactly is. Tim Oxendahl, All and One’s Certified Rolfer took a few minutes to make this video that explains a little bit about what Rolfing entails!

13 August

Maximizing Your Workout Routine

Do you work hard to take care of your body only to find that you don’t quite have the energy you’d like? Despite all your efforts to stay in great physical condition, do you find that you suffer from any of the following? Sore low back, knees or joints Erectile dysfunction or low libido Prostate […]

9 April

Video: Gentle Stretches for Neck and Shoulder Pain

  Neck pain and tension headaches are ubiquitous in our high-stress, computer-oriented culture. One of the main culprits causing these symptoms is an overly tense trapezius muscle. Trapezius originates in the base of the neck an spreads out across the top of the shoulders and down the middle of the back. When it is overly […]

28 February

Video: Topical Chinese Herbs for Resolving Trauma

  Many people have had some experience with the effectiveness of acupuncture in treating acute & chronic sports injuries, but most people don’t know about the powerful role topical Chinese herbs play in resolving trauma. A variety of incredibly effective topical herbal formulas have been developed over the centuries that target specific stages of acute […]

31 January

Proper Treatment of Acute Sports Injuries

Acute traumatic injuries such as ankle sprains are painful and can impact our ability to accomplish daily tasks for weeks and months. When improperly treated, they can eventually lead to other painful conditions or a limitation in range of motion. Biomedicine treats these sorts of injuries the same way it has for decades: using rest, […]

8 September

Exercises to Improve Concentration

Trouble focusing on your work or losing steam mid-way? Chinese medicine has innovative approaches to restoring concentration, based on an interpretation of Qi, the energy which powers the body and the mind. According to acupuncture medical theory, Qi stems from four main components of diet, exercise, rest and mental activity, each of which tend to vary in […]