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Acupuncture Benefits Runners

Source: Running Competitor Acupuncture is a traditional Chinese medicine practice that involves inserting fine needles into the skin at certain points called acupoints, which, when stimulated, are thought to promote the body’s natural healing processes. Used by more than 3 million Americans each year, this ancient healing art has specific benefits for runners. Sarah more »

Recharge This Winter with Acupuncture

Source: Acufinder If you feel tired and drained, you are not alone. “Lack of energy” is one of the top five complaints that doctors hear in their offices. According to Oriental medicine, the cold months of winter are the perfect time to recharge your battery and generate vital energy – Qi – in order more »

UC Irvine Research on Hypertension

Source: Health CMi A team of University of California (Irvine) researchers conclude that acupuncture is effective for the treatment of high blood pressure. In a controlled laboratory study, the team not only documented the efficacy of acupuncture but also demonstrated the mechanisms of effective action. The University of California team has proven that electroacupuncture more »

Acupressure for Pain and Stress

Source: UCLA   Acupressure Point LI4: Large Intestine 6 or He Gu He Gu (LI4) is commonly used for stress, facial pain, headaches, toothaches and neck pain. Today, He Gu (LI4) is clinically used for stress, facial pain, headaches, toothaches and neck pain. He Gu (LI4) is located on the highest spot of the more »

The Energy of Fall

Source:  Acufinder Enjoy the Energy of Fall: Autumn and Traditional Chinese Medicine By: Steven Sonmore, L.Ac. OBT (NCCAOM) “In ancient times those people who understood Tao (the way of self cultivation) patterned themselves upon the Yin and the Yang (the two principles in nature) and they lived in harmony” The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal more »

When is Acupuncture a Good Choice?

Source: Journal-Advocate There are so many chronic pain syndromes that it is hard to name them all. Chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, trigeminal neuralgia, peripheral neuralgia, diabetic neuropathy — the list goes on and on. It would appear that some people are “predisposed” to chronic pain and disability. This is an important fact and I want more »

Cupping Therapy

Source: Dr. Axe Relatively unknown to most people living in the West until recently, cupping therapy is an alternative therapeutic method that has been popular in China since around 1000 B.C. Some records show that variations of cupping practices might actually be much older — possibly dating as far back as 3000 B.C. And more »

Benefits of Acupuncture

Source: HealthCMi The Benefits of Acupuncture “Acupuncture helps the body to more effectively heal itself by allowing the brain to clearly monitor the body’s condition,” says Matthew Bauer, president of the Acupuncture Now Foundation. According to Bauer, the most common conditions that draw people to his practice are orthopedic problems, but acupuncture can also more »

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