December 2012
Best Health Acupuncture

With the arrival of winter and the holidays quickly approaching it is more important than ever to stay as healthy as possible.
In this newsletter you will learn about new heat therapy being offered at the clinic and an appearance on Rogers TV!
Stay tuned for next month's newsletter featuring tips for health preservation.
Guest Appearance on "In The Know"
Amanda was thrilled to be a guest speaker on Rogers TV "In The Know." She spoke about acupuncture and the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle to 
the local community.
Check out one segment from the show here:
In The Know
Amanda's appearance on "In The Know" (around the 8:30 mark)

Peter Deadman
Peter Deadman with Amanda at the AIM Symposium 2012
Learning From the Best! 
In October, Amanda had the privilege of attending the Asian Integrative Medicine Symposium. 
She was able to listen to some of the top leaders and researchers in the Chinese Medicine field.
Amanda was also given the opportunity to meet one of the most recognized and influential Oriental Medicine practitioner's in the world: Mr. Peter Deadman (author of "A Manual of Acupuncture").

Amanda continues to expand her knowledge and skill level in order to provide her patients with the most current and up-to-date treatments available.
Heat Lamp
A typical heat lamp treatment.
New Service: TDP Heat Lamp Therapy
Heat lamps are used in addition to needles during a treatment. The acupuncture needles are inserted into specific areas on the body and the heat lamp is placed directly over top (about 20 cm away). 

The therapeutic lamp uses far infrared emissions (below visible light) to increase circulation and loosen fascia to accelerate the natural healing processes of the body.
It is safe and effective to treat many different types of pain and injuries, but can also be used to promote fertility, decrease menstrual cramps and relieve arthritis.
For more information on how heat therapy can benefit you please call: 647.299.4631


Amanda Merenda, B.Sc., R.Ac, C.K
Registered Acupuncturist & Certified Kinesiologist
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Your extended health benefits expire at the end of the year. "Use it or lose it" is the attitude of most insurance companies. Make sure to take full advantage of your 2012 benefits package and book an appointment before the year's end.