26 Mar

Brain Health and Sleep

Roughly 40 per cent of Canadians will experience a sleep disorder during their lifetime. Research has outlined that being chronically sleep deprived raises the risk for diabetes, obesity, heart disease, mood swings, depression, memory problems as well as slowed reaction times. The mere recognition of what is an emotional and what is a neutral event […]

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16 Feb

International Childhood Cancer Day

February 15th was the International Childhood Cancer Day which highlights the need for united global actions to address the growing challenge posed by this non-communicable disease. There are much less children with cancer compared to general adult cancers and the number of lives saved is significantly higher; there is a high survival rates in industrialized […]

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04 Jan

Is there a link between heart disease and dental hygiene?

While we all know how important it is to keep dental good hygiene, we sometimes forget the importance of flossing. I don’t really want to push you away from reading this article but people with poor hygiene have between 100 million and 1 billion bacteria on each tooth compare to 1,000 to 100,000 bacteria from […]

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18 Dec

How do you choose good supplement?

  The topic of supplements has long been controversial, with some healthcare professionals claiming that people who eat a well-balanced diet do not need additional vitamins or minerals. Others, in contrast, are enthusiastic about the healing power of some particular nutrients being added to ones diet. For most people, a multivitamin may provide a bit […]

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08 Dec

Holidays and Weight Control

  ALCOHOL AND WEIGHT CONTROL Don’t we love holidays! Coming up to Christmas holidays, it is certainly a time of the year that we easily indulge ourselves with lots of goodies. And during holidays, eating and drinking do correlate with each other closely. During festivities, we tend to put an effort on wearing nicer clothes. […]

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29 Nov


  WHO (World Health Organization) defines a brain injury as an injury which is not hereditary, congenital or degenerative. Some of the causes can include a blow to the head, whiplash injuries, seizure disorders, tumors, cardiopulmonary arrest, carbon monoxide poisoning, airway obstruction, infectious diseases and toxic exposure. According to Brain Injury Canada, 160,000 Canadians sustain […]

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05 Oct

Meditation and Neuroplasticity

  Pillars of Wellness is a Burlington Ontario company with a wide array of health services. Call today if you would like to discuss how we can help you. 905-484-1600. Mindfulness Meditation help to change our mind but also our brain – There are more research from neuroscientist that suggest that. Mindfulness meditation have become increasingly […]

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04 Oct

Meet the owners

Welcome to Pillars of Wellness, Burlington, Ontario – 905-484-1600 This post is to explain why we have decided to start a multidisciplinary clinic. While there are many Health and Wellness Centre across the province, very few offers an integrated service. What we mean by that is an opportunity for our clients to maximize their health […]

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12 Sep

Work-related musculoskeletal disorders

Work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs) are a group of painful disorders of muscles, tendons, and nerves. Carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, thoracic outlet syndrome, and tension neck syndrome are examples. WMSDs arise from arm and hand movements such as bending, straightening, gripping, holding, twisting, clenching and reaching. These common movements are not particularly harmful in the ordinary […]

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08 Sep

How Does A Combination Of MPS And Physical Therapy Help Relieve Chronic Pains?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends the use of physical therapy and other non-medication modalities in the treatment of chronic pain. The use of non-invasive and non-medication based treatments are considered safer and better ways of managing different pain conditions. This recommendation aims to curb the increasing rates of opioid overdose and […]

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