Symptoms With “No” Cause CSD’s Are Cured By Acupuncture

Fourteen years ago, we started to see patients in the United States who had ringing in the ear or some migraine headaches caused by “no reason,” because the patients told us they went to many specialists who said nothing was wrong. Some specialists even told their patients they were having hallucinations. When we checked the patients, we found their neck and upper back soft tissue were very tense. We specifically treated those patients because we suspected it’s associated with the cervical spine region. Not only does this area connect every nerve below the neck, but also some above the neck, reaching towards the ears and other parts of the head. We must know the patient’s overall situation in their entire body, but if we suspect the cervical spine is involved, we treat that area as well as the area the symptoms occur. In our office, we’ve successfully treated patients with those problems with this method.

Acupuncture and Miscarriages

Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine can prevent miscarriages very well. So far, there have been a lot of reports regarding this issue indicating that most patients who have experienced miscarriage(s) were helped. Having miscarriages easily can only make the infertility issue worse. To avoid this situation, it is first a good idea to see an acupuncturist and a Chinese herbalist in order to balance your body. This will make sure your body is well prepared for getting pregnant easily and maintaining the pregnancy.

Sickness and the Balance of Yin and Yang

An exploration into the concept of yin and yang in Chinese medicine and how it relates to sickness in the body. Yin and yang is a simple yet sophisticated understanding of the human body and the universe. When the balance of yin and yang in the body is normal, good health ensures. When it becomes unbalanced, disharmony and sickness occurs. This article gives some simple examples and advice on how to correct the yin yang balance yourself.

How Acupuncture Saved Me From Meniere’s Disease

Much is written about the benefits of acupuncture: how it improves circulation, relieves stress and anxiety, and treats the whole person instead of just a symptom here or there. Because it’s not a popular treatment for Westerners, though, it is sometimes be viewed with a veil of suspicion or simply avoided by Americans. On the flip side, Western doctors have the means and the motivation to prescribe drugs for most ailments. Some are specialists, which means that instead of viewing, say, a patient’s heart as a part of his or her overall body, they simplify their scope by concentrating on the patient’s heart itself. The combination of prescribing drugs with ease and not considering a patient’s holistic health leaves much to be desired.

SF – Crewe

I started with hot flushes after having chemo therapy for breast cancer. My experience of acupuncture with Emma has been surprisingly 100% successful! I cannot recommend acupuncture and her services highly enough. I will continue with acupuncture now for different health issues now experiencing the benefits as well as the overall well being I will get.

Please note that all testimonials on this site have been written by the patients themselves.  All views expressed within them are solely those of the individuals concerned.  Any mention of success with their treatment applies only to their specific experience and is in no way a guarantee of efficacy in the treatment of other patients.  Whilst we will attempt to help any and all patients who attend our clinic we cannot guarantee the same outcome as those reported here.

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