Acupuncture Alternatives

Holiday Season and Acupuncture

– Posted in: Health Concerns

The holiday season is here and while it is a season of joy, it can also be stressful for many. Does it always seem like there are more things to do than the time available to do them? Are the crowded stores causing you a headache as you rush about to handle holiday shopping? Maybe [...]

Acupuncture Use Is On The Rise

– Posted in: Acupuncture
Acupuncture needles

Acupuncture use is on the rise. More than 14 million US citizens use, or have tried, Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine as a solution to their health needs. Are you among these people? This number is a significant jump from a prior 2002 survey that showed only 8.19 million people in the US had been [...]

Soups Can Be Utilized For Healing

– Posted in: Nutrition and Diet
healing soup

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, soups are sometimes part of the treatment plan to help someone get healthier. This is the case for a few reasons. When we are sick our bodies crave hot, broth-type liquids. As we head into the Fall and Winter season, you will likely find yourself eating more soups. Warm soup warms [...]

Menier’s Disease and Acupuncture

– Posted in: Health Concerns

Meniere’s disease is classified as a type of dizziness in Chinese medicine. Emotional strain, which can be caused by too much stress or by anger, frustration, or resentment, can lead to health imbalances that over time can lead to chronic conditions such as Meniere’s disease. Overwork or pushing ourselves too hard without adequate rest over [...]