Meet Marly Hill, RMT

I began my journey as an RMT in 2008 when I graduated from my Massage Therapy Diploma program in my hometown of Calgary, Alberta. My program focused on understanding various

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How Over the Counter Pain Medication Could Be Affecting You

Are you regularly popping Advil, Tylenol or other OTC pain medications? Have you ever wondered how this could be affecting you? Chronic use of these very common, seemingly harmless medications

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Why We Love IV Vitamin Therapy

As you walk through our clinic you can’t help but notice the 12 reclining chairs set up in our IV Vitamin Lounge. People are always asking me: What is it

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The Truth About Scars

In my line of work, I ask a lot of questions about my patients and their past history of accident, injury and surgery. A lot of people tend to skip

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International Osteopathic Healthcare Week – check this out

Did you know all the amazing ways osteopathy can restore health? As an osteopathic practitioner, my goal is to not only help you to relieve pain and discomfort, but to

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Start Small, and Take one Big Step Towards Imporving your Health

Q: Water? Or An Almond Milk Latte? Almond milk latte, right?! But for today, let’s give back the spotlight to water a bit here. Why should we be making efforts

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When should I see an Osteopathic Practitioner?

Perhaps one of the most common questions I am asked by new and prospective patients is “Candace, when should I see an Osteopathic Practitioner? What can you help with?” My

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Meet Candace Kakowchyk, Osteopathic practitioner

Hello, hello! I’m super excited to be the newest member of the crew here at The IV Wellness Boutique! I’m originally from Winnipeg, MB, but spent the past 14 ½

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What the Heck is Rolfing?

Frequently asked questions about Rolfing: What to expect during a session? Sessions tend to be in the range of 60-75 minutes. The initial intake requires a 75 min session to

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Tina Taylor, Acupuncturist Joins the IV

An adventurous and energetic spirit by nature, I have always had an innate capacity of knowing what living in harmony meant. Knowing that to maintain harmony within myself required listening

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