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FOCUS - SEPTEMBER 2015 29 Sore feet season is here Back to school marks the beginning of sore feet season in Dr. John Tompkins practice. Dr. Tompkin says Patients have been wearing ip ops and sandals and their feet are now paying the price. Conditions like plantar fasciitis achilles tendonitis and heel spurs are aggravated and need immediate attention. If you suffer from sore arches heels or general foot and leg ache Dr. Tompkin invites you to a complimentary gaitscan and consultation to discuss both orthotic therapy and foot treatment options. NATURAL HEALTH ASSOCIATES Also... Low back pain season is here With holidays comes poor sleeping conditions typically with tenting and cottage stays. Many of the activities we do in the summer differ from the usual leading to strain on muscles and joints. Combine the above with poor footwear such as sandals and ip ops and we get the perfect recipe for a sore and achy back. Fortunately registered massage therapy and chiropractic impulse adjusting are effective therapies that focus on balancing and normalizing the neuromuscular skeletal system resulting in both pain relief and overall well being. Stephanie Alexander RMT Dr. John Tompkin D.C. NATURAL HEALTH ASSOCIATES Combining New Technology and Traditional Therapy 126 - 2 WATER STREET PORT PERRY 905-985-8591 Combining registered massage therapy and chiropractic impulse therapy can increase your overall well being More and more of Stephanie Alexanders registered massage therapy patients and Dr. John Tompkins impulse therapy patients are combining these two effective treatments and getting incredible results. It is virtually impossible to injure musculature without affecting the joint tissues and conversely it is virtually impossible to injure a joint without affecting musculature. So it makes sense that treating both joint tissues and musculature will give a greater overall response.