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  • Do You Have Yin Deficiency?

    Feeling tired, hot or dizzy? A yin deficiency may be to blame.

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  • Acupuncture Offers Important Memory and Cognitive Benefits

    Memory loss doesn't have to be an unavoidable part of aging. Acupuncture offers a simple way to keep your memory sharp.

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  • Acupuncture: An Effective Treatment for All Ages

    Whether you're 8 weeks old or 80, you can benefit from acupuncture treatment.

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  • An Ancient Remedy for Today's Pain

    In the United States, over one-quarter of adults have experienced pain that lasts for more than one day. In most of these cases, the traditional self-treatment involves pain relieving medications and rest, however, acupuncture has been gaining popularity as a respected treatment for both acute and chronic

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  • Meridians: What It All Means

    Developed over and practiced for thousands of years, traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) teaches us that we all have qi (chi) flowing through us. In order to understand meridians, one must first have a basic understanding of qi. Qi is a life force or energy which flows into, through, and out of each person,

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  • Acupuncture for Anxiety

    Is anxiety controlling your life? Acupuncture can help.

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  • Neurologic Disorders

    Many so-called "hopeless" neurological disorders can be treated by acupuncture without the extreme side effects of tranquilizers and antidepressants often prescribed for these conditions. Acupuncture influences the nervous system by controlling and connecting neuro-physiological relationships between

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  • Gastrointestinal Disorders

    Acupuncture has a regulatory effect on the functions of the digestive system. Oriental Medicine will use different acupuncture methods to stimulate acupuncture points and channels to redirect the flow of Qi and Blood. This creates homeostatic balance, increasing muscle contraction as needed, digestive

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  • Musculoskeletal Disorders

    Acupuncture is effective in relieving pain because it has anesthetic properties. It relieves stiffness and pain by increasing circulation of Blood and Qi. It improves flexibility, mobility, reduces inflammation, and eliminates muscle spasms by increasing blood supply to tendons, ligaments and muscles.

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  • Circulatory Disorders

    Clinical experimental research has concluded that the activities of blood, heart and the blood vessels change after acupuncture stimulation. Acupuncture strengthens the immune system by inhibiting or producing the formation of white and red blood cells, according to the disease being treated. It controls

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  • Moxibustion

    The treatment of disease that applies heat to acupuncture points. The technique involves the burning of mugwort, a small, spongy herb, and is used to stimulate stagnant or cold areas of the body. The herb is burned slowly in various forms (moxa sticks, cones, or warming cylinders) and held on or near

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  • Choosing an Acupuncturist

    Recommendations from friends, meeting with an acupuncturist, and verifying an acupuncturist's training and standing are all good way to help choose an acupuncturist. When choosing an Acupuncturist: Get recommendations from others who have been treated by an Acupuncturist. Meet with the Acupuncturist.

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  • Auriculartherapy

    A therapy that utilizes the rich supply of blood and nerves in the ear to diagnose and treat disease, by stimulating acupuncture points in the ear. Auriculotherapy is effective in the treatment of a wide range of common diseases. It is especially successful in the treatment of chronic disease or used

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  • Causes of Disease

    Traditional Chinese medicine analyzes pathological factors on the basis of clinical manifestation of symptoms and signs. These disease-causing factors can be triggered by external influences such as variation of weather, irregular food intake, stress, lack of physical activity, and traumatic injuries.

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  • Electro-Acupuncture

    A low-frequency electrical impulse is applied to the needles once they are inserted in the acupuncture points and the Qi is obtained. This method regulates the flow of Qi, producing a more continuous and even stimulation. It is extensively used during surgery and further enhances both the duration and

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  • History of Acupuncture

    Acupuncture is one of the earliest forms of healing, dating back 5000 years, utilizing needles to provide relief of pain and other common ailments. In its infancy, sharpened stones were used to apply pressure in specific areas of the body. Over time, stones gave way to bones and finally, to hair-thin

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