Interview of DR Sasha Rose
L.Ac, MSOM, ND
Acupuncture, Naturopathic Medicine, Yoga
NATUROPATHIC MEDICINE AND ACUPUNCTURE, THE WAY OF THE FUTURE?
Dr. Sasha Rose is a board-certified naturopathic doctor, licensed acupuncturist, and yoga teacher. Dr. Sasha was born in Farmington and raised in Boston. She received her masters and doctorate degrees from the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon.
Dr. Sasha utilizes a blend of acupuncture, homeopathy, lifestyle modifications, nutritional counseling, Western and Chinese herbs to treat a range of conditions. These include digestive issues, stress and anxiety, infertility, and migraines. She also offers supportive care for those undergoing traditional cancer treatment.
She and her husband, Daniel Katz, founded Wildwood Medicine in 2005 in order to create a clinic environment that fosters a new and integrated approach to health care in the Portland community.
She recently published her first book: Digestive Relief for Life: The Secret to the Mind-Gut Connection.
Dr. Sasha is certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She is a member of the Maine Association of Naturopathic Doctors, the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians and the Maine Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Dr. Sasha lives in Falmouth with Daniel and their two children.
Dr. Ingrid E Martin, MD, is a Family Practice specialist in Portland, Maine. She graduated from the University Of Michigan Medical School in 2011. She has over 6 years of diverse experience practicing medicine, especially in Family Practice. She is affiliated with many hospitals including Maine Medical Center, Mercy Hospital, and Waldo County Medical Center. Dr. Ingrid E Martin also cooperates with other doctors and physicians in medical groups. She is currently practicing family medicine in Falmouth at Maine Medical Partners.
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- April 5, 2018Uncovered Alternative Treatments for Chronic Pain
From BARRY BRIDGES – Courtesy of BankRate MARCH 9, 2018 Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) is in demand among chronic pain patients. Some estimates say that at least 40% of people with chronic pain use CAM therapies such as chiropractic care, therapeutic massage and acupuncture. Unfortunately, insurance coverage doesn’t necessarily reflect CAM’s popularity with the public. Americans spend tens of billions of ...
- January 29, 2018CAPTAIN LEE’S BLOG – ENERGY FIELDS ABOUND
All heavenly bodies—our earth, its sun, planets, stars—are surrounded by an invisible force field that spreads out into the space between them. Likewise, the human body (and indeed all life) is blessed with its own energy field which is not only interwoven with the physical but also interconnected with unseen realms beyond. Just as the sun’s rays can affect the ...
- January 18, 2018Phenomenal Touch
A form of intimate, loving-touch bodywork founded by Leslie Bruder, Phenomenal Touch relies on the quality of the touch and the manipulation offered for a successful outcome. Together, the recipient and the fully present practitioner enter a deep space, connected with the sacred spirit, in which the practitioner meets the client where she is. The session can include about seventy-five ...
- January 18, 2018Dolphin Dance Healing
A multifaceted aquatic and subaquatic exploration, Dolphin Dance is a bodywork modality with multiple expressions, including passive receiving; interactive and alternative sessions; a series of intensive workshops teaching its healing form and principles; a movement-based group experience in warm water; and a performance tool for aquatic artists. It was developed by Lilia Cangemi, a professional dance teacher, massage therapist, Watsu ...
CWL is launching of our New Series of content on Alternative Modalities:
“Our Inner Ocean, A World of Healing Modalities ” by LeCain W. Smith
Do you know what is the Trager Approach?
Also referred to as Psychophysical Integration, this form of therapy combines hands-on bodywork with a set of simple movement exercises, called Mentastics or mental gymnastics, to release muscle tension, increase range of motion, and reeducate the body.
It was developed by Dr. Milton Trager between the 1930s and 1950s as a means of releasing deep-seated areas of holding and pain or dysfunction interrelated with the neurological functioning of the mind and body. After using running and gymnastics to successfully correct his frail boyhood condition, he discovered that he had the ability to restore health with his hands, and while training to be a boxer, he found that he was able to heal a number of people, including a polio victim. After giving up boxing and getting involved in dancing and acrobatics, he pursued therapeutic training to support his own growing abilities.
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