Written by admin on August 25, 2016
Does you back hurt, does it ache all the time? Perhaps you have been to the doctor and they did not find anything wrong, so they gave you muscle relaxants and pain medication. They may have sent you to PT. After dutifully going to PT several times a week, you still have an achy back. You might even have been to a chiropractor, and you feel better after a “crack”, but the ache comes right back.
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Written by admin on August 18, 2016
You have a hard time sleeping through the night. You wake up every night, maybe you need to pee, and when you get back to bed you find yourself wide awake. You look at your clock and it is always about the same time every night. I bet it is between 1 am and 3 am. If so, this is a symptom that you are not adequately handling stress during the day.
From the Eastern Medicine perspective, the liver is the
Written by admin on August 9, 2016
Cupping hurts. The bruise-like marks left from cupping therapy can look scary but unlike actual bruises they are completely painless. If you know someone who says they were cupped and it was painful it’s likely they had the technique done by someone who is not fully trained. The concept of cupping is pretty simple but it takes someone who is fully trained (either a licensed acupuncturist or another licensed healthcare provider who has taken a continuing education course) and experienced to
Written by admin on August 4, 2016
Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine are not used for the primary treatment of cancer in the United States. But, these healing modalities are excellent for the treatment of the side effects of cancer and cancer treatments such as chemotherapy, radiation and/or surgery.
Common side effects of cancer or cancer treatment may include pain, fatigue, loss of appetite, nausea, anxiety, depression or difficulty sleeping. In addition, the immune system may be compromised resulting in frequent illness (such as cough, colds, pneumonia).
Written by admin on July 28, 2016
A large number of patients who come to our clinic complain of neck, back, shoulder, knee, wrist and hand pain. A typical seated office worker “has more muscular skeletal injuries than any other industry sector worker including construction, metal industry and transportation workers”. A contributing factor to a lot of muscular skeletal pain is excessive sitting. According to Dr. James Levine, the director of the Mayo Clinic Arizona State University Obesity Solutions Initiative: we are sitting ourselves to death; sitting