Our very own Dr. Sabrina Kimball was recently interviewed on the Love & Guts podcast with Dr. Lynda Griparic! Dr. Kimball discusses to how to diagnose and treat outlet dysfunction constipation. If you or someone love is struggling with chronic constipation, please check it out. Love & Guts - Outlet Dysfunction Constipation with Dr. Sabrina Kimball
During this current public health crisis it is beyond challenging to stay centered, healthy and entertained. Practicing in Seattle, the epicenter of this outbreak, we have been at the forefront of the fight, fielding phone calls from many patients with and without symptoms. Patients are rightly concerned for themselves, their families and their way of life. We are all beginning to understand the role we play in protecting others from a public health perspective, but it is a challenge to change how we do everything in our daily lives. We have all learned how to wash our hands, wipe down…
The vagus nerve, from the latin term for wanderer, is the longest nerve in the body and is in control of most of our internal organs as it wanders from the brain to the colon. One of its primary roles beyond being a highway of nerve signals to and from the brain to control digestion and breathing is it's profound effect on relaxing the body. Most of us are familiar with the 'flight or fight' response - you know, running from the proverbial saber tooth tiger - When we are stressed, we shut down digestion, we take shallower breaths, increase…
Dr. Kimball was featured on the podcast The Soul of Sensitivity talking about SIBO - what it is, how it develops, and what the healing process looks like. Follow the link below to listen to the episode! Episode 16: All about SIBO with Dr. Sabrina Kimball, ND by The Soul of Sensitivity
How can acupuncture help with mental & emotional health?
In Chinese Medicine the mind is viewed as more than the brain. The analytical mind, the spirit (or soul) and the emotional aspects of ourselves are all one in the same. Also, the body and the mind (the shen) are not separate parts of a person but one whole person who is energetically changing and shifting ceaselessly, striving to achieve balance.(more…)
Exercise. What is it about that word? For many of us the idea of moving our bodies on a daily basis seems quaint or too simple to actually work.
Fortunately, scientists have been working their hardest to perform controlled experiments to measure the health benefits of exercise.(more…)