- Palouse Acupuncture619 S Washington Street, Ste 202
Moscow, ID 83843
I am amazed every time with what acupunture can treat and how good it makes me feel. Cass is very caring, professional, and proficient. I am recommending her to all my friends and family. Thank you Cass!!!
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Effective, professional, compassionate treatment. Very thankful that my sister recommended Cass as part of my recovery from a serious auto accident where I nearly lost my leg. She’s a gem!!
6-16-12 : Try it! You’ll like it! was last modified: July 18th, 2012 by Cass McLean
My quality of life has improved greatly since starting acupuncture treatments with Cass. My pain level has decreased drastically and my mood is so much better. I highly recommend her to anyone seeking to improve their health.
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When I first came to Cass I was in severe pain in my upper shoulder. Because of her knowlege and skill she was able to relieve the pain in one or two visits….With continued treatment along with massage therapy, I am Pain free and able to live a normal life….... Read more »
I have been treated with acupuncture for several different problems before with good to excellent results. Cass has been treating me for several weeks now for a long term chronic sciatic episode. I am seeing results in a problem that I thought I was going to have to learn to... Read more »
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Seasonal Affective Disorder, also known as SAD, is a form of depression that affects people all throughout the world. Most commonly experienced during fall and winter months, the symptoms of SAD include depression, hypersomnia, lethargy, difficulty concentrating, negative thoughts and decreased social interaction. Higher levels of anxiety are experienced at the end of the summer season as those
When the seasons change you have to be ready for a change in mood, especially as we move from fall into winter. Although it may not seem as drastic of a shift as you think, it matters more to our mental and physical states than you may know. Seasonal affective disorder is estimated to affect around 10 million Americans a
Many people feel down as winter approaches. It’s dark. It’s cold. The holidays can be stressful.
But for some people every winter is unbearable. They’re tired and depressed. They don’t want to get out of bed. They snap at their families and binge on junk food.
These people have seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
Our moods and energy levels fluctuate with