Welcome to the Yin Yang House!Explore the world of Chinese Medicine, including tools such as Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine. Our network of sites are offered to help guide you on your journey.This is our blog which contains research, theory and general interest level articles related to Chinese Medicine and associated systems.Other sections of our site are described below. Our clinic is in Chattanooga, TN. For questions, please use our forums.Recent Blog Posts+Basic Guidelines For Choosing An Appropriate Herbal Formula Stephen Sedita, February 10, 2017February 26, 2017, Herbal Medicine One of the most common questions we get is what Chinese herbal formula is used to treat “insert any... Read more +Increase Your Green Tea Consumption – May Keep Liver Cancer At Bay Chad Dupuis, January 30, 2017January 30, 2017, Lifestyle Both published research and general observations have shown numerous health benefits of drinking tea in general, and green tea... Read more +Chinese Medicine and Weight Loss Stephen Sedita, January 17, 2017January 17, 2017, Herbal Medicine Chinese medicine, including acupuncture, herbal, and food therapy, can help with several aspects that are important to successful weight... Read more +Acupuncture for Parkinson’s Disease – Mechanisms Explored, Safer Than Rapamycin Chad Dupuis, January 12, 2017January 12, 2017, Acupuncture Parkinson’s Disease (PD) is a common condition to be seen by an acupuncturist and there is much that can... Read more Blog SectionsAcupuncture Bodywork Energywork General Herbal Medicine Internal Arts Lifestyle Yin Yang House NewsSearch all of our sites: View All PostsOur Blogs Posts Our Sites THEORYPoints / Herbs / Protocols FORUMQuestions / Discussions STOREHerbal Products / Books / DVDs CHATTANOOGA CLINICAcupuncture / Massage / Tai Chi Our Theory Site Our Theory Site contains detailed information about the theories comprising Chinese Medicine as well as other Complementary approaches. 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We provide acupuncture, massage therapy, tong ren therapy, qi gong, tai chi, yoga, and meditation instruction and more.Clinic InformationClinic Directions / ContactSchedule Online Randomly Selected PostsLifestyle Considerations and Self-Help for Stroke Chad Dupuis, August 19, 2006June 15, 2015, Lifestyle For patients who have had a stroke the single most important recommendation is to not delay in seeking acupuncture.... Read more +A Brief History of Acupuncture in the West Chad Dupuis, September 15, 2010December 31, 2015, Acupuncture For many of us in the west, and in the United States particularly, acupuncture is thought of as a... Read more Study Finds Acupressure at LV 3 Useful for Primary Dysmenorrhea (Menstrual Cramps) Chad Dupuis, March 18, 2014June 15, 2015, Bodywork Dysmenorrhea (menstrual pain/cramps) is a commonly treated medical condition within Chinese Medicine. In many cases proper treatment with both... Read more Moxibustion May Be Helpful for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Chad Dupuis, August 16, 2011June 15, 2015, Acupuncture Moxibustion (see “what is moxibustion” for a general introduction to the technique) is an often used treatment modality within... Read more LV 3 Acupuncture Point May Be Helpful for Alcoholic Liver Injury Chad Dupuis, March 5, 2012June 15, 2015, Acupuncture The acupuncture point, LV 3, is a widely used point for a number of conditions in the human body. ... Read more Tinnitus Treatment – Back Acupuncture with Tuina Found More Effective Than Standard Acupuncture Chad Dupuis, December 26, 2012March 3, 2016, Acupuncture There are many treatment methods within Chinese Medicine and acupuncture theories and over time practitioners tend to gravitate towards... Read more Acupuncture Integration Into Mainstream Healthcare in Australia Chad Dupuis, April 30, 2009June 15, 2015, Acupuncture The following research discusses the path and integration of acupuncture into mainstream healthcare in Australia. As Australia is similar... Read more +Study Explores Beneficial Effects of Popular Chinese Herbal Formula on Diabetic Retinopathy Chad Dupuis, January 4, 2016January 4, 2016, Herbal Medicine Chinese Medicine, both acupuncture and herbal medicine, is used for a wide range of vision issues as well as... Read more Exploring Further...Chinese Medicine is vast and deep, please use our menus, follow our links and read our articles to explore this medicine.Please do not hesitate to ask questions, or start discussions, in our our forums.But, please, use our search tools before submitting questions in our forums.There is a good chance the answers are already here somewhere. Enjoy this new world!