Acupuncture For Your Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain can be a problem for many people and  difficult to treat. It is actually one of the most common complaints in the area of bodily motor movement1. Every situation is different, and there are many variables at play such as the muscles and tendons around the shoulders (known as the rotator cuff), nerves, …

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Acupuncture for Asthma and the Respiratory System

Acupuncture, TCM, and Asthma – Asthma is characterized by inflammation and constriction of the airways of the lungs. This can cause difficulty breathing, wheezing, and shortness of breath. Asthma is usually triggered by some type of allergen, such as animal hair, dust, mold, and pollen. You may recognize seeing an individual with an inhaler when …

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Acupuncture for Anxiety

Anxiety Disorder At A Glance Updated May 25th, 2015 Anxiety occurs when the body and mind reacts with more apprehension. Symptoms of anxiety include irritability, feelings of fear, worry, slight shakiness, heart palpitations (when you can feel your heart beat), headache, easiness to being startled, muscle tension, nausea, and a frequent need to urinate. Causes …

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Acupuncture for Insomnia

A Very Common Sleep Disorder So you’re having trouble going to sleep? Is it affecting your work? Your marriage? Your schooling? Insomnia refers to the inability to fall asleep or stay asleep.  From my clinical perspective it can be a little tricky to treat, mainly because there has to be a fine understanding of the …

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Five Tips to Help Knock Out Your Back Pain

[wp_ad_camp_1] Back Pain, Neck Pain, ‘Lotta Pain – Here’s a stupid question. Do you suffer from low back pain, or know someone suffering from low back pain, or any kind of back or neck pain for that matter? One study showed that one in three people here in the US suffer from back and/or neck …

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Can Acupuncture Help With Hiccups?

Yes, the infamous case of the hiccups! – Very well known amongst everyone, I think every person can recollect  a time where they’ve had the hiccups and tried everything under the sun make it stop. Stand on your head, drink some water while rolling some dice trying to hit a 7 and get a new …

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What is Inflammation? Acupuncture for Inflammatory Response

Update May 26th, 2015 Stupid Pain. Stupid Inflammation. There has probably been multiple times in your life when you’ve smacked your toe or bumped your head to see the area become a slightly red, painful, and swollen. Maybe you may have been diagnosed with osteo or rheumatoid arthritis and you’re experiencing painful swollen joints? In all …

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Diverticulosis and Diverticulitis – An Acupuncturist View

What is Diverticulosis? Diverticulosis occurs when the wall of the large intestines become weak and begin to protrude sac-like pouches into the intestines. These protrutions are called diverticulum if it is a single pouch, and diverticula for multiple pouches. When these sacs become infected, it becomes diverticulitis, due to fecal matter becoming trapped in between …

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Acupuncture for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Management

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? You’re doing your usual routine, either dropping off the last delivery or writing the last page to your most important novel, but gradually you’ve experienced some numbness and tingling  which has now become worse. You go get check out and find out that you have carpal tunnel syndrome. This occurs …

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Chinese Medicine: The Five Elements

Chinese Medicine at a Glance When people think of acupuncture usually two thoughts come to mind, one being how does it work, and the other being  the idea of using points on the skin to stimulate functions in the body. Well if you haven’t studied acupuncture, you may not even fathom some of the concepts …

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