Keeping patients healthy and pain-free without resorting to surgery or long-term medications.

Try New Things:
Step into an infrared sauna

In all saunas your body temperature is raised which induces sweating. With traditional wet or dry saunas the air is heated and you warm from the outside in. Infrared saunas cause your body temperature to rise, but the surrounding air remains the same - your body temperature rises from the inside out.

Two major benefits of infrared saunas are their cost and portability - they can be used in most homes and there are even some that pack down very small for easy storage. Infrared saunas also allow people to withstand the heating effects longer than a traditional sauna would and are therefore a good option for people sensitive to excess heat.

Infrared heat penetrates the body more deeply than heated air, which results in a more vigorous sweating at a lower temperature. The way your body sweats in infrared saunas compared to traditional saunas is believed to be more effective for delivering benefits to your body.

Ready to book an appointment? Call Fahrenheit Body Spas to soak up some heat! 
Did You Know?
Early research from a pilot study  reveals a link between glutamate, a common flavor enhancer otherwise known as MSG, and chronic pain. When people cut monosodium glutamate (MSG) fro
m their diet, their pain symptoms improved. Glutamate naturally occurs in some foods like soy sauce and parmesan cheese, however the more ubiquitous food additive MSG hides in many foods, like canned soup, spices, salad dressing, frozen foods, and even baby food and formula. Though this study was small,  it highlights other substantial findings linking MSG to neuron overstimulation.

Glutamate is produced naturally in the body and used for a variety of essential functions. While your brain needs a certain amount of glutamate to function, too much can overstimulate neurons and lead to cell damage and death. That overstimulation causes the brain's pain receptors to go haywire and register pain. 

Watch your intake of:
  • Autolyzed Yeast
  • Calcium Caseinate
  • Gelatin
  • Glutamate
  • Glutamic Acid
  • Hydrolyzed Protein
  • Monopotassium Glutamate
  • Monosodium Glutamate
  • Sodium Caseinate
  • Textured Protein
  • Yeast Extract
  • Yeast Food
  • Yeast Nutrient
Supplement Corner:
Elk Velvet Antler

Elk Velvet Antler comes from the semi-hard inner core of the elk's antler during the spring "velvet" stage of growth.  It is harvested before the antler begins to calcify and regenerates annually.  Elk Antler is harvested from domestic elk raised under strict conditions without harming these beautiful creatures.

As a food concentrate, it is produced in capsule form for ease of consumption.  Each capsule contains nutrients that our bodies require on a daily basis.  These include protein, amino acids, collagen, lipids, essential fatty acids, manganese, calcium, phosphorus, sulphur, nitrogen, copper, zinc, iron, potassium, magnesium, glucosamine, chondroitin sulfate, and sodium selenium.

Elk Velvet Antler is recognized the world over as an important health care product and has been the subject of numerous tests and studies at health care institutions, universities, private companies and laboratories.  Recently an international symposium on Elk Velvet Antler was held in Alberta, Canada   with over 200 industry leaders as well as research scientists attending.  There they presented many significant research studies.

Research reports and studies associated with Elk Velvet Antler have included discussions on anti-aging factors, immune system support and fortification mood disorders, blood enrichment, fighting liver disease, bone and joint health including management of pain associated with arthritis, bone and muscle growth and development, energy as well as many other benefits.

Contact High Wire Ranch to order some today. 970-835-7600
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