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Conditions We Treat

At Lorne Park Integrated Health we pride ourselves in looking at each person as a whole. We believe all of the body’s systems need to work well together to achieve a healthy, balanced individual.

Nervous System

Anxiety, depression, OCD, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, post herpetic neuralgia, sciatica, ADHD, autism

The activity of all cells is coordinated in some way by the nervous system. Stimulation applied to the peripheral nerve receptors can have a reflex reaction affecting the neurotransmitters in the brain, the pain perception, or joints and muscles that are being massaged.

Respiratory system

Asthma, COPD, Pneumonia, Respiratory tract infections

Our respiratory system is under a constant demand and never completely rests. Due to this high demand, the respiratory system is one of the first to show signs if the body is out of balance.

Digestive system

Constipation, diarrhea, indigestion, heartburn, irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerous colitis, Chron’s disease, gastritis, Celiac disease, food intolerances

Cardiovascular system

High cholesterol, arterisoclerosis, hypertension, irregular heartbeat, varicose veins, hemorrhoids

Musculo skeletal system

Arthritis, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, carpal tunnel syndrome, sprains, strains, athletic injuries, fractures, gout

Healthy physiology also depends on healthy blood or nutritional supply and drainage of toxins and waste products i.e. arterial supply and venous drainage respectively. If a muscle is tight, the blood vessels traveling through it will be under excessive pressure, reducing the flow of blood in this vessel. The organ being supplied by this vessel will lack nutrition, so its physiology will be impaired.

A simple and common example would be that tightness in the right buttock muscles will decrease the blood supply to and drainage from the right leg. As a result, the right leg may suffer from bad circulation or varicose veins. It would also be weaker and heal slower than the left one.

Immune system

Seasonal and food related allergies, autoimmune conditions (rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, Scleroderma)

When we are under stress, we have fewer natural killer cells, which fight tumors and viral infections. As a result of stress for any significant duration – from a few days to a few months or years, as happens in real life – all aspects of immunity go downhill. Thus long-term or chronic stress, through too much wear and tear, can ravage the immune system.

Dermatological system

Eczema, psoriasis, warts, (fungal) skin infections, basal cell carcinoma (BCC), squamous cell carcinoma (SCC), acne, acne rosacea

The skin is a person’s largest organ, therefore the largest window into a person’s well-being. Skin can be the first to show signs of internal diseases. Skin conditions such as eczema, hives, rashes and/or unusual thickening, mottling/bruising or mole growth are very individual and may indicate underlying conditions.

Uro-genital system

PMS, perimenopause/ menopausal health concerns, hot flashes, menstrual migraines, vaginitis, fertility issues, vaginal dysplasia, side effects from miscarriages, urinary tract infections, painful periods, prostatis, BPH