Author Archives: Howard Dieno

About Howard Dieno

I am very interested in dialectic inquiry, and in any and all avenues to enhance communication and co-operation amongst people and groups. I am in private practice as an osteopathic practitioner in Victoria, BC, Canada

Important information for all of the women in my life

I just came across this very useful blog, (see link, below) written by a woman here in Victoria, BC, about warning signs of a heart attack, and when to see a physician for further investigations. This information might save the … Continue reading

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Boron Supplementation and Arthritis

A few weeks ago I saw an article written by Ian Faulkner for the Elephant Journal on the work of Dr. Rex Newnham, and the essential role of the trace element Boron in preventing/treating arthritis, osteoporosis and even cancer. This … Continue reading

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Article written for the James Bay Beacon

I am a founder member of the Victoria Community Health Co-operative, and of the Wellness Clinic, offered on a Sunday, near the end of most months of the year. I donate my services at those Sunday clinics most times when … Continue reading

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Solo show (with Friends) at Gorgeous Coffee – Thursday, Nov. 23/17

This is the poster for the show I’m doing tomorrow night. Please note the line about parking in the lot just behind Gorgeous Coffee, OR, at Imperial Hallmark Cleaners, close by. Please do NOT park behind the El Greco Restaurant. … Continue reading

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Access to my New Practice, at 1756 Gonzales Avenue

My partner, Karen, and I are now moved into our new place, at 1756 Gonzales Avenue. I am recommencing practice from this address as of Monday, November 6th. The clinic entrance is around the back of the house, through the … Continue reading

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Update: My Home & Practice are moving soon.

My partner, Karen Ledger, and I have been looking for a new place to call home, and for me to run my practice from, for some time now, since our 2.5 year rental contract at our present home finishes on … Continue reading

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How Understanding Polyvagal Theory Can Help

This relatively new understanding of the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) – called Polyvagal Theory – can allow most adults, but especially parents, teachers and health professionals to assist children, students, patients, and ourselves, toward greater wellness. Most people will be … Continue reading

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