For many people, just the thought of needles is very intimidating and can be a deal breaker for someone considering acupuncture. If you are one of those individuals, there are other treatment options that don’t involve needles! Traditional Chinese Medicine uses many different techniques that are very effective for treating pain and illness.
Spring is here and it’s time for regeneration and renewal. It’s time to restart your body and mind and it’s the best season to detoxify. During spring the liver and gall bladder are more sensitive and need extra attention, so make healthy lifestyle choices to promote their health and function. Continue reading the full newsletter […]
In Traditional Chinese Medicine winter time is associated with the water element and is correlated with the kidneys and bladder. The emotional influence from these organs while balanced will have you experiencing resilience, courage, willpower, and fearlessness. When imbalanced a person will be very fearful. The fear will often be rooted in feeling unprepared for the future, fear of lacking ability to reach goals, or fear of not having the resources needed to survive. There may be suspicion, jealousy and grudge holding…
The spooky looking skullcap happens to be a very important herb commonly used in Traditional Chinese Medicine. The root of the plant is used to make what is called Huang Qin. It’s an essential ingredient for clearing toxic heat, drying dampness and it works as a natural antibiotic. It’s included in a wide variety of herbal formulas.
We are offering FREE acupuncture for relief of stress and anxiety to hurricane victims. Receive a treatment with specific acupuncture points that help settle your mind and emotions. Take some time for yourself to get away from disaster. Please share this offer to other victims that you believe can benefit from a treatment during these stressful times.
We will be offering these treatments on Tuesdays from 3 to 6 PM for the rest of the month. Please call to reserve a seat at 386 677 5400 and specify that you are coming for the Yin Tang treatment.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine the season of fall is associated with the metal element. Fall places importance on the lungs, large intestine, skin and can bring emotions of sadness and grief.
256 Year Old Man Reveals The Secrets To His Longevity!
According to a 1930 New York Times article, Wu Chung-chieh, a professor of the Chengdu University, discovered Imperial Chinese government records from 1827 congratulating Li Ching-Yuen on his 150th birthday, and further documents later congratulating him on his 200th birthday in 1877. In 1928, a New York Times correspondent wrote that many of the old men in Li’s neighborhood asserted that their grandfathers knew him when they were boys, and that he at that time was a grown man.
Scalp acupuncture works as a conjunction between western brain mapping and the ancient chinese meridians. This method is very effective when dealing with many types of neurological disorders such as paralysis, tremors, siezures, cerebral palsy, post stroke, multiple sclerosis, and peripheral neuropathy.
Back Pain is a very common problem, it affects 80% of all individuals at some time in their lives. It is one of the top reasons people seek medical care. Low back pain can become a chronic or ongoing problem.
How back pain happens. Continue reading…. John Hopkins Medicine
There are many possible causes […]