The Volusia Center for Complementary Medicine also is the home to a special series of summertime health and wellness topics taught by Lauren Griffin, M.A., LMHC.

The programs include the Lifeskills Toolbox Summer Series, June 19-July 24; OnTrac Weight Wellness Strategy Seminar, June 17 – July 15; No Sweat Summer Movement Series, June 18 – July 16; and the OnTrac Hoofers Club, June 14-28. Most classes (except OnTrac Hoofers Club) will be held at the Volusia Center for Complementary Medicine, 339 E. New York Ave., DeLand. Persons can register for the classes by calling Lauren Griffin at 386-801-2606, or The Volusia Center for Complementary Medicine at 386-734-4126.

Summertime Special Events Calendar www.LifeSkillsToolBox.com * Lauren Griffin, M.A., LMHC * 386-801-2606   Lifeskills Toolbox Summer Series — Join us in a discussion of the latest helpful lifestyle and wellness topics and learn how they can help you achieve your goals. Light refreshments served.

Thursdays, 6:30 – 8 p.m. June 19, 2014 Rapid Results MBT (Meridian Based Tapping)
June 26, 2014 Busting Procrastination: 10 Strategies That Work
July 10, 2014 Conquering Life Clutter: More Than Just Stuff
July 17, 2014 Relationship Rainbow: Friend, Foe, or Fooled
July 24, 2014 Love Lessons for Yourself: 7 Ways to Bloom
Tuition: $95 for all 5 events Free bonus participation in the OnTrac Hoofers Club ($60 Value) for all class participants.

OnTrac Weight Wellness Strategy Seminar
Open to everyone. Graduates of the OnTrac Wellness Series, PLUS anyone interested in learning more about weight loss and grain-free living will find support, helpful tools and proven ideas for implementing grain-free weight loss strategies into real life situations. Discussion encouraged. Graduates will learn new skills and newcomers will receive an Additional “OnTrac Get Up to Speed” Information Packet. Grain-free refreshments served.

Tuesdays, 6:30 – 8 p.m. June 17, 2014 Part One: What is Weight Wellness and What’s up with Grains?
June 24, 2014 Part Two: Implementing transitional grain-free weight loss strategies.
July 1, 2014 Part Three: Real tools on how to make your best choices.
July 8, 2014 Part Four: How to live grain-free and still have a life.
July 15, 2014 Part Five: Preparing for success.

Tuition: OnTrac Graduates: $95 for all 5 events Newcomers: $110 for all 5 events, plus the “OnTrac Get Up to Speed” Packet Free bonus participation in the OnTrac Hoofers Club ($60 Value) for all class participants.

No Sweat Summer Movement Series
Want to exercise while seated in an air conditioned space? Join us at the No Sweat Summer Movement Series where you’ll learn seated Qi Gong and other fun movement activities that can be done in a seated position. It will be worth the effort for the new insights, laughs and endorphin release alone. Of course light refreshments will be served..

Wednesdays, 12:45 – 1:45 p.m. June 18, 2014 — More fun than you can possibly imagine and helpful movement too.
June 25, 2014 Even more fun and helpful movement.
July 2, 2014  Loads of learning and movement.
July 9, 2014 The laughter is the best part.
July 16, 2014 What a wonderful experience! Don’t miss out, join us.

Tuition: $60 for all 5 events Free bonus participation for all class participants in the OnTrac Hoofers Club ($60 Value)

OnTrac Hoofers Club (Optional with classes)
Free bonus for class participants ($60 Value)

Approval of Dr. Rusty is required for participation in the OnTrac Hoofers Club, a free bonus of optional scheduled group walks. Light refreshments will be served.

Dates and Locations:
Saturday, June 14, 2014 at 8:30 a.m. Bill Dregger’s Park, Wisconsin & High St.
Monday, June 16, 2014 at 8:30 a.m. Bill Dregger’s Park, Wisconsin & High St.
Friday, June 20, 2014 at 8:30 a.m.  Bill Dregger’s Park, Wisconsin & High St.
Monday, June 23, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. (evening)  Stetson University Fountain
Saturday, June 28, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. (evening) Stetson University Fountain

Tuition: Free bonus for all class participants. ($60 Value). Must have approval of Dr. Rusty for participation.


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Debra Gaffeny AcupunctureIt seemed like autumn “popped” out in one day, and right on time. It also showed up with a vengeance! Yellow pollen was everywhere the past two weeks. The recent rain has helped to keep the pollen down but made the allergens worse. People are complaining from sinus pressure and stuffy noses one week and runny noses with headaches this past week; right on schedule according to the ancient Asians.

Here are some simple suggestions to help you manage your way through the “hay fever/allergy season; of course I think the best solution is Acupuncture but these help with the symptoms that come with Autumn/Winter. Acupuncture has been around for thousands of years and there are documented protocols for treating sinus conditions and colds.

  • Don’t wear the clothes in the house that you worked in the yard wearing. After working in the yard take your clothes off in the garage. Then take a shower and wash your hair. Don’t sleep on a pillowcase with hair that has pollen in it.
  • Wash your hands, wash your hands, and wash your hands!
  • Use a saline spray to flush out sinuses or a netti pot with saline and water. Dr. Oz said to put a pinch of baking soda in it. He also said Acupuncture was “the best of the best” for pain relief.
  • Drinking hot tea with honey (if you can tolerate honey); any tea would do.
  • Slice a lemon and put salt on it (if you can tolerate salt); eat quickly. Salt dissolves phlegm and lemons are astringent according to Oriental Medicine.
  • Drink a cup of hot water with lemon.
  • Place a really warm wet washcloth over your face and breathe in and out.
  • Cook asparagus (or use canned) and blend it up. You may add a little water or butter if needed. It has to be blended and cooked to mush. You will be surprised how much better you will feel.

Vitamin A, C and D are especially helpful. We have many great Homeopathic Medicine formulas at our clinic. These are very safe and very effective plus inexpensive. You can call or email me if you can’t get into the clinic and we will put together a prescription for you.

Rub your face gently but firmly around the sides of your nose, forehead, top of your head and temples. A “BIG” Acupuncture point is between the thumb and first finger in the “web”.

Eat more vegetables and a lot less sugar and dairy. Seven servings of vegetables a day is ideal. Lettuce, corn and French fries don’t count.

In Oriental Medicine the following foods are recommended for allergies: green onions, apples, strawberries, radishes, star fruit, and carrots. They help dissolve phlegm and thin mucus. Eating hot peppers and horseradish will open up your sinus also.

Exercise! Exercise! Exercise! Pick something you like to do – dance, walk (fast), or jog in a heated swimming pool; it keeps your Qi flowing. One of the reasons you get headaches and facial pain is stagnated Qi.

If you have allergies and have not tried AcuSET the treatment protocol I developed

If you did the protocol and still have problems, call us right away! That is so rare and we want everybody feeling great.

Please do yourself a big favor and call for your seasonal Acupuncture treatment. Acupuncture four times a year will help keep you healthy.
Fondly, Dr. Rusty


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It’s the season for Kidney and Bladder Meridians!

 

Tis the Season!

Yes, I know this year seems to be flying by! There is actually a neurological event in our brains that cause it to seem so as we “get older” and that is anyone older than 21. Through the past year you have read in my articles that each season governs a couple of meridians. Winter takes extra care of the Kidney & Bladder Meridians. These Meridians do much more than just Kidney and Bladder “stuff”. They take care of the spine, ears, head hair, brain, reproduction/sex, joints, knees and feet. Their acupuncture points go up the leg from the bottom of the foot, up the tummy and chest to underneath the collar bone. The Bladder Meridian starts at the eye and goes up over the head, down along the spine, back of the leg to the outside of the foot by the little toe. That last Acupoint is famous for turning a “breech baby”.

You can help your health and problems with the above functions by rubbing your feet. Start at the bottom up around the ankle bones, move to the inside ankle bone. Rubbing along your spine and on your head to the eyebrows will help the Bladder Meridian. Rub your foot for about one minute and move to the next foot. You can’t do it wrong or miss the points – there are many Acupoints on the feet. For low back pain or kidney bladder problems: sit on a chair and rub your low back up and down for a minute.

Foods to help your Bladder Meridian are: grapes, pears, strawberries, watermelon, celery, eggplants, chives, raspberries, water chestnuts, green beans, walnuts, carrots, lettuce and onions.

Foods to help your Kidney Meridian are: black sesame seeds, celery, chives, clams, caraway seeds, dill, plums, pork, string beans, tangerines, walnuts. For kidney stones eat star fruits and walnuts; for kidney weakness eat kidney beans and sweet potatoes.

Foods for the Winter Season are: artichokes, barley, clams, crabs, millet, oysters and seaweed. If you are on a restricted diet and cannot eat one of the above foods – don’t.

The emotions for the season are fear and anxiety. Remember to breathe – in deeply, hold for the count of 4, exhale deeply and repeat 4 times. Try to work up to a count of 7, 14, and then 32. Ask for my help when you come in for your Kidney & Bladder Meridian tune up. The ancient Asian doctors recommended it thousands of years ago.

Enjoy the season and each other. Be kinder to strangers and people you come upon daily. This season can bring back sad or unhappy memories so spread some cheer! Even just a smile to someone can spread happy feelings throughout the day – that’s also a scientific fact.

 

Sending you my wishes for the best holiday season yet!

Most fondly, Dr. Rusty

 

Christmas Gifts

This week I was reminded of a story I dearly loved as a child – “The Gift of the Maggi”. It was about a couple that did not have enough money to buy each other a gift. Most of us can buy gifts – many have to cut back and too many don’t even have enough to eat on a daily basis. Since most of us are buying a gift for at least one person – how about shopping locally. Use our town shops and businesses. We have darling stores downtown. Especially our newest one, Funky Trunk Treasures right at the corner of Woodland and New York (my books are for sale there). Shopping locally helps our local economy and the gift itself means more to get giftee. The list is endless – a gift certificate to a local restaurant – even for a light meal or coffee, a haircut at their favorite salon or barber shop, a manicure, having their car washed. If you are the handy type, you could give the gift of a repair. I know many elderly people who would appreciate someone changing their light bulbs and batteries in their clocks & smoke alarm. Promise to pick up groceries or take them to doctors. How about filling their car up with gas, or checking their tires? I know local computer instructors and repair people who would love extra business. And any woman would love to have her house cleaned by someone – even one time! Cooking for a busy mom, and if you are a busy mom, cook two casseroles or meatloaf and give one away. Everyone has their favorite recipe; make it and share it. Have your family come up with creative ideas as you drive through town and remember to use local! We can help each other and start our New Year off right. Wishing you all the happiest of holiday seasons!

 

 

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Allergy season is here!

Tis the Season for Allergies

It seemed like autumn “popped” out in 1 day – and right on time. It also showed up with a vengeance! Yellow pollen was everywhere the past two weeks. The rain today and the next few days will keep the pollen down but made the allergens worse. People are complaining from sinus pressure and stuffy noses one week and runny noses with headaches this past week.

Here are some simple suggestions to help you manage your way through the “hay fever/allergy” season, of course I think the best solution is Acupuncture but these help with the symptoms that come with autumn/winter. Acupuncture has been around for thousands of years. There are documented protocols for treating sinus conditions and colds.

Don’t wear the clothes in the house that you worked in the yard wearing. After working in the yard take your clothes off in the garage. Then take a shower and wash your hair. Don’t sleep on a pillowcase with hair that has pollen in it.

Wash your hands, wash your hands and wash your hands!

Use a saline spray to flush out sinuses or a netti pot with saline and water.

Drinking hot tea with honey (if you can tolerate honey); any tea would do.

Slice a lemon and put salt on it (if you can tolerate salt)and eat quickly; salt dissolves phlegm and lemons are astringent according to Oriental Medicine.

Drink a cup of hot water with lemon.

Place a really warm wet washcloth over your face and breathe in and out.

Vitamin A, C and D are especially helpful. There are many great Homeopathic Medicine formulas at the health food stores and our clinic. These are very safe and very effective plus inexpensive.

Rub your face gently but firmly around the sides of your nose, forehead, top of your head and temples. A “BIG” Acupuncture point is between the thumb and first finger in the “web”.

Eat more fruits and vegetables and a lot less sugar and dairy. Seven servings of vegetables a day is ideal. Lettuce, corn and French fries don’t count.

In Oriental Medicine the following foods are recommended for allergies: green onions, apples, strawberries, radishes, star fruit, and carrots. They help dissolve phlegm and thin mucus. Eating hot peppers and horseradish will open up your sinus also.

 

Exercise! Exercise! Exercise! Pick something you like to do – dance, walk (fast), or jog in a heated swimming pool. It keeps your Qi flowing; one of the reasons you get headaches and facial pain is stagnated Qi.

If you have allergies and have not tried AcuSET the treatment protocol I developed, please ask us about it or go to our website www.acudeb.com

If you did the protocol and still have problems, CALL ASAP! That is so rare and we want everybody feeling great.

Please do yourself a BIG favor, call for your seasonal Acupuncture treatment. Acupuncture four times a year will help keep you healthy.

 

Fondly, Dr. Rusty

 

 

 

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Debra Gaffney, A.P., C.C.P.A., D.O.M. is a healer in the true sense of the word. Her foundation is in Oriental medicine, including acupuncture and herbology. Upon that base she built a healing practice that incorporates her extensive experience with nutrition, homeopathy, and other natural health-supporting approaches. Debra is relentless in her pursuit of knowledge in health and the healing arts.

 

 

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A New Year for A New Healthier You!

 

An “After the Holidays” gift to yourself

Now that it’s finally over again and you are asking yourself “why do I push myself so hard?” Take a look at the following ideas for recuperation: Yes, you promised yourself you wouldn’t overeat or sample everything that passed your way these last 6 weeks but you did and now it’s time to “fix” your body. The best way to start the New Year is with a “fast” of some kind. Now I’m not in favor of the traditional fast of just water for 3 days or something radical. You still have to get up every day and do your life. There is a simple and healthy way to do it and the house will smell good when you come home from work.

 

Check your pantry, make a list (see recipe below) and go to the store, easy so far, right? Get out your Crockpot (that big bowl that’s attached to an electric cord in the back of the cupboard– you’ll recognize it). Wash the dust out, still easy…Dump; okay pour one bottle of low sodium vegetable juice (red juice with green cap). Add one package of low sodium vegetable, chicken or beef broth; now the veggies, remember them? Colorful stuff not made with flour, sugar, or fat. Frozen is great; they are actually picked at the height of their season and frozen as soon as possible sometimes that day. If you have access to good local winter veggies and/or organic, do it! And be so happy, not everyone can. Okay, back to the frozen veggies; add whatever you like and maybe one or two you haven’t tried or don’t really care for, it’s only for three days so grow, stretch, change–it’s a new year! Kale is inexpensive, sweet tasty and loaded with wonderful nutrients needed to get you through the winter months and is easy to find at the store raw. Squash comes frozen or cubed in your fresh veggie section. Add lots of onions (all colors) garlic (try fresh) if not the stuff in the jar will do, add lots! Canned tomatoes which are high in lycopene, green beans, carrots, spinach and raw beets with this will help the “detox” procedure. I use Oregano for the flavor and for its health benefits; it also gives this soup an “Italian” flavor. You can add more broth or juice if you have a really big crock pot. Then plug it in; 6 hours later your home smells sooooooo good.

 

You want to eat nine cups a day for three days split this up in three to six “meals”. Feel free to also eat raw or cooked veggies, too. And yes you can eat soup for breakfast. If you have trouble getting started in the morning, eat one egg cooked anyway without butter and no bread! Drink 6-8 glasses of water a day. You might experience a headache, drink more water or do whatever you need to do to get rid of it; napping helps if you can. After the third day start by adding another egg and some chicken or fish with six servings of veggies and two servings of fruit, 14 nuts or ¼ cup of sunflower seeds. Notice what’s missing? That’s right, bread, cereals, pasta, rice and anything else that has flour or grains in it.

 

Okay, okay, where’s the coffee? If you really, really have to, have one cup in the morning or try an herbal tea. Some have caffeine, not a lot, but enough to keep you from major withdrawals. No soda and take your vitamins as usual. If you can stick to this plan for three weeks you will see a big difference in your energy levels and sleep. At anytime you can make another batch of soup and eat that with or without your meals.

 

If you are under a doctor’s orders not to eat vegetables, allergic or diabetic, by all means follow the doctor’s orders. Nutrition is simple and involved; you can start slow and make dramatic changes in your life and the lives of your loved ones.

 

It’s now a new year, a new and you can have a new view on life.

Dr. Rusty

 

 

 

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Debra Gaffney, A.P., C.C.P.A., D.O.M. is a healer in the true sense of the word. Her foundation is in Oriental medicine, including acupuncture and herbology. Upon that base she built a healing practice that incorporates her extensive experience with nutrition, homeopathy, and other natural health-supporting approaches. Debra is relentless in her pursuit of knowledge in health and the healing arts.

 

 

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Come visit with Dr. Gaffney at the FRESH Book Festival — Saturday, January 14, 2012 at 10am at Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort.

 

 

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January Specials

15% off all detox programs–simple to advance. Make you free consultation with Dr Rusty to help determine the right program for you.

 

 

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Looking for a guest speaker for your organization? Give Dr. Rusty a call! Her presentations are informative, funny, and easy to comprehend. Call 386.734.4126 to check her availability.

 

 

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A New Year for A New Healthier You!

An “After the Holidays” gift to yourself

Now that it’s finally over again and you are asking yourself “why do I push myself so hard?” Take a look at the following ideas for recuperation: Yes, you promised yourself you wouldn’t overeat or sample everything that passed your way these last 6 weeks but you did and now it’s time to “fix” your body. The best way to start the New Year is with a “fast” of some kind. Now I’m not in favor of the traditional fast of just water for 3 days or something radical. You still have to get up every day and do your life. There is a simple and healthy way to do it and the house will smell good when you come home from work.

Check your pantry, make a list (see recipe below) and go to the store, easy so far, right? Get out your Crockpot (that big bowl that’s attached to an electric cord in the back of the cupboard– you’ll recognize it). Wash the dust out, still easy…Dump; okay pour one bottle of low sodium vegetable juice (red juice with green cap). Add one package of low sodium vegetable, chicken or beef broth; now the veggies, remember them? Colorful stuff not made with flour, sugar, or fat. Frozen is great; they are actually picked at the height of their season and frozen as soon as possible sometimes that day. If you have access to good local winter veggies and/or organic, do it! And be so happy, not everyone can. Okay, back to the frozen veggies; add whatever you like and maybe one or two you haven’t tried or don’t really care for, it’s only for three days so grow, stretch, change–it’s a new year! Kale is inexpensive, sweet tasty and loaded with wonderful nutrients needed to get you through the winter months and is easy to find at the store raw. Squash comes frozen or cubed in your fresh veggie section. Add lots of onions (all colors) garlic (try fresh) if not the stuff in the jar will do, add lots! Canned tomatoes which are high in lycopene, green beans, carrots, spinach and raw beets with this will help the “detox” procedure. I use Oregano for the flavor and for its health benefits; it also gives this soup an “Italian” flavor. You can add more broth or juice if you have a really big crock pot. Then plug it in; 6 hours later your home smells sooooooo good.

 

You want to eat nine cups a day for three days split this up in three to six “meals”. Feel free to also eat raw or cooked veggies, too. And yes you can eat soup for breakfast. If you have trouble getting started in the morning, eat one egg cooked anyway without butter and no bread! Drink 6-8 glasses of water a day. You might experience a headache, drink more water or do whatever you need to do to get rid of it; napping helps if you can. After the third day start by adding another egg and some chicken or fish with six servings of veggies and two servings of fruit, 14 nuts or ¼ cup of sunflower seeds. Notice what’s missing? That’s right, bread, cereals, pasta, rice and anything else that has flour or grains in it.

 

Okay, okay, where’s the coffee? If you really, really have to, have one cup in the morning or try an herbal tea. Some have caffeine, not a lot, but enough to keep you from major withdrawals. No soda and take your vitamins as usual. If you can stick to this plan for three weeks you will see a big difference in your energy levels and sleep. At anytime you can make another batch of soup and eat that with or without your meals.

 

If you are under a doctor’s orders not to eat vegetables, allergic or diabetic, by all means follow the doctor’s orders. Nutrition is simple and involved; you can start slow and make dramatic changes in your life and the lives of your loved ones.

 

It’s now a new year, a new and you can have a new view on life.

Dr. Rusty

 

 

 

Forward to a Friend

 

 

Debra Gaffney, A.P., C.C.P.A., D.O.M. is a healer in the true sense of the word. Her foundation is in Oriental medicine, including acupuncture and herbology. Upon that base she built a healing practice that incorporates her extensive experience with nutrition, homeopathy, and other natural health-supporting approaches. Debra is relentless in her pursuit of knowledge in health and the healing arts.

 

 

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Come visit with Dr. Gaffney at the FRESH Book Festival — Saturday, January 14, 2012 at 10am at Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort.

 

 

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January Specials

15% off all detox programs–simple to advance. Make you free consultation with Dr Rusty to help determine the right program for you.

 

 

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Looking for a guest speaker for your organization? Give Dr. Rusty a call! Her presentations are informative, funny, and easy to comprehend. Call 386.734.4126 to check her availability.

 

 

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We’re Now on Facebook!

Be sure to visit our Facebook page, “like” and share with others!

 

 

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For more information on other health concerns, please visit our website www.AcuDebra.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

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