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Acupuncture Can Improve Your Sleep

Ah, a good night’s sleep. We all know how important it is, yet for many of us, it’s elusive, challenging, and frustrating. Poor sleep is a sign of imbalance in the body and, if left untreated, it can lead to …
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Acupuncture For Allergies

The beauty of spring is in full bloom and the warmer temperatures make outdoor activities very appealing. But for many, enjoying the outdoors comes at a price – seasonal allergies. There are a wide variety of traditional treatments available, from …
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Acupuncture For Sports Injuries

With the arrival of spring and the promise of warmer temperatures, most people are ready to get out of the house and enjoy more outdoor activities. Whether you’re looking forward to golfing, tennis, bicycling, or running, spring is an ideal …
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Acupuncture As Preventative Medicine

Many people think of acupuncture as a treatment designed to help people deal with acute or chronic pain. While it is an effective method of addressing ongoing symptoms, acupuncture is also very powerful as a means of preventative medicine. Preventative …
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Chinese Herbal Medicine

While acupuncture has continued to grow in popularity, there is much less awareness and understanding of Chinese herbal medicine. Used in conjunction with acupuncture, or on their own, herbs have powerful and effective healing powers and can treat a wide …
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Acupuncture As A Natural Treatment For Anxiety

For those suffering from anxiety, life can be a daily struggle that affects every aspect of the day, including waking up, getting ready, and being productive at work. As modern-day living has become busier, anxiety has become more prevalent, affecting …
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What Is The Five Element Acupuncture Method?

One of the major treatment methods within Traditional Chinese Medicine is Five Element Acupuncture, which looks at your body as a microcosm of the natural world. By using the movement of the elements in nature, we can see how nature …
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A Patient Post

Pain does not have to be your legacy.  Twenty years ago I was driving my brother’s massive Durango and somehow the driver behind me missed the fact that this hulking car was stopped and slammed into the car’s rear.  The …
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With Acupuncture, What’s Old is New

Innovation. Acupuncture.  Two words not typically read in the same sentence.  Acupuncture is most often thought of as an ancient art, one that confounds many doctors who struggle to understand it through the lens of Western science, and makes the …
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Healing By Invitation As Taught By Children

David* was blind in one eye.  He contracted a virus that attacked one of his eyes turning his beautiful blue eye white, “like a marble” his mother said.  He could see light and dark with the eye but lost all …
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