At the Renaissance Medical Centre, we offer instruction in EFT, or Emotional Freedom Technique. This is a self acupressure technique, which is particularly useful for treating depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress, communication problems cravings, addictions, PMS, ADD and more.
EFT utilizes acupressure in combination with positive thought and affirmation in order to clear energy blockages and create an “internal rewiring” so that we are no longer held hostage by negative past experiences, emotions, shame, regret etc.
EFT was developed by Mr Gary Craig in the early 1990s. Mr. Craig modified the more complicated TFT (Thought Field Therapy) which was developed by Dr. Roger Callahan. EFT is a very powerful and “user friendly” tool for people who want to empower themselves and take an active role in their own self healing. It can be used by itself or in conjunction with other therapies.
Our pharmacist Danny Gelber has taken great care in formulating bio-identical hormones sourced from plants. Because we compound on site we can provide fast convenient customized Hormone replacement therapy. In addition, we offer anti-wrinkle cream, topical analgesic cream for pain, hair growth formula, and low dose naltrexone.
Some of the
that we treat
- Chronic fatigue
- Back and joint pain
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