‟No two people will have the same treatment protocol, as each person is unique and requires a fully tailored treatment plan. I am passionate about finding what works for each patient to make them feel healthy and vital.”
SARAH BUCK, ND
Shinrin-yoku, as it’s known in Japan where it was adopted as a viable medical therapy in the 1980’s, has recently gained a lot of popularity in the West for good reason. It’s part of a movement in medicine called Nature Therapy and is defined as “a set of practices aimed at achieving ‘preventive medical…
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