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You Are Invited to Acutoronto’s Open House – Thursday June 5th, 2014

It happens once a year, Acutoronto is opening it’s doors to existing clients,  and the community to visit us! Please join us for lunch or after work in celebrating over 9 years of service, as well as welcoming our new team members! Thursday June 5th, 2014 12pm-7pm Visit us at: 2401 Yonge Street, Suite 205 We […]

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Eczema and Your Child

Eczema is a common childhood skin condition that is characterized by being extremely itchy. The skin is typically dry, with redness or loss of colour. In adults eczema affects flexor surfaces such as the elbow and behind the knees. In infants and children the face, scalp, and limbs are affected and the rash can be oozing and crusting in appearance. The most common type of eczema is atopic dermatitis, and these two terms are often used interchangeably.

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Acupuncture Improve Brain Function

Tips to help Your Teen tap into their Brain Powers

Acupuncture has been shown to improve brain function, recall and attention. Scientific tests using MRI scans have shown positive results for vascular dementia and other degenerative problems when cerebral circulation was greatly improved with the acupuncture treatments. In clinical practice, we see people perform better in interviews and exams, react appropriately and calmly to stressful situations and vastly improve memory and mood.

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