Acupuncture is a centuries old practice that is practiced to treat diseases and symptoms equally and efficiently. Newer techniques are being used in these days to make the practice of acupuncture better and more fruitful.
Acupuncture and Chinese medicine has been shown to be effective for the treatment of alcohol and drug addictions. Acupuncture is able to help you with withdrawal symptoms such as aches, sweat, and cramps. It can also help you with any type of craving you may have. Acupuncture is able to promote your body’s self healing mechanisms.
Classical Tuina Herbal Preparations for muscle and fibre lubrication, friction and therapeutic stimulation. Below we list these preparations applied to points or areas where techniques help increase blood and oxygen flow. They are used to reduce friction, protect the skin, and improve therapeutic effects of massage through their pharmacological actions.
What should you (or should you NOT) do following your Acupuncture treatment to get the best results? Let’s discuss 4 frequently asked questions with Dr. Kristen.
Trigger Point Needling (also called Dry-Needling) is a treatment method that is very similar to Acupuncture. While Trigger Point Needling focuses on Western Anatomy as a model for point selection, acupuncture relies on the classical meridian model. While there are differences between these treatment methods, there are many similarities as well.
Insomnia involves problems with falling asleep or staying asleep. In this article, the term ‘insomnia’ refers to poor quality of sleep with symptoms occurring at least 3 times per week over a period of 1 or more months. Learn how acupuncture can be a natural remedy for Insomnia.
Pain can affect any aspect of our life. It is especially disturbing when it affect s our job and social life. This was a reality for my client who enjoyed outdoor activities most of his life.
Patients generally want to get the most out of their acupuncture treatment. Two factors to consider are length of treatment time and frequency of treatments.
Sometimes I forget how much I love acupuncture, as a patient I feel great with regular acupuncture treatments. But satisfaction is complete when you have a success story as a practitioner of acupuncture. Even though I have performed many treatments, I still feel excited when my client has improved quality of life.
This article describes the pathological changes/symptoms of glaucoma, and how acupuncture can be used to lower eye pressure and improve blood flow to the eyes. This article cites multiple studies as well as personal experience for evidence.