Locke Street Festival Saturday, September 8th
by Carrie Dennett of the Washington Post
It is not a secret that spending time in nature is good for you. For years, researchers have been detailing how people who live near green spaces — parks, greenbelts, tree-lined streets, rural landscapes — have better physical and mental health, and practices such as Japanese forest bathing and Nordic hygge, which has a strong outdoorsy component, are being embraced here in the United States. Could grounding be next?
I was intrigued when a colleague recently recommended a mutual patient — seeing her for stress management and me for nutritional advice — experiment
with walking barefoot in the grass for a short time each day. A few weeks
later, I stumbled across an article that gave a name to that practice:
grounding. The idea behind grounding, also called earthing, is that humans
evolved in direct contact with the Earth's subtle electric charge, but have lost
that sustained connection thanks to inventions such as buildings, furniture
and shoes with insulated synthetic soles.
Best shirt to wear under a Scoliosis Brace
Treating Pectus Deformities
Our Certified Orthotist, Eric Bapty, made this presentation some years ago at several Prosthetic and Orthotic conferences, but it is still valid for today. Eric works with you to ensure you get the best orthotic treatment available.
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How Foot Orthotics Are Made
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On our Services Page, you'll find information on the various devices that we offer, and will later include videos on how Eric, our Certified Orthotist, makes the braces that you wear and what to do to take care of them. Stay tuned for that.
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