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Hello everyone.  This is my first post and I’m looking for help!  I am working with my daughter to find help for my 16-year-old granddaughter who has an extreme case of panic disorder.  She also has agoraphobia so is virtually homebound.  This started during the pandemic (over two years ago) and ha…

Hey folks. This morning's qi gong had a long-awaited, seems to me, movement between what I think is ST 9 and UB 45, round thereabouts. I was experiencing a familiar strong 'yin' around ST 9, sat with it (stood, really), and after a while felt a 'yang' of what felt, for about 3/4 of a second, lik…

Some time ago, maybe around 2018 I looked up and I thought I saved the date and book where Ashi points were first discussed but I can't seem to find it. I attempted googling the info again but this time without success. Does anyone know when ashi points first appeared in Chinese texts?

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Thank you very much for spending the time to write this very thoughtful and comprehensive response.

I don't want to sound like I'm discounting your experience or saying that awareness of such experiences does not have a place in overall growth and improvement from an energy work/qi gong perspective.  However, I would caution against using anything other than "light" awareness under most circumsta…

The short answer to your question is, yes, acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine (in many cases together) is commonly treated and can be quite helpful.  Our blog section on anxiety has any number of articles, many discussing published research, on the subject generally.  And while they range in a…

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The short answer is no..., but, the longer answer is maybe... and soon.  There are a host of opportunities in the field of Chinese Medicine for the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning.  Robots delivering acupuncture (which is happening) is probably not the best use of these approach…

Chinese Medicine, which encompasses acupuncture, is a broad and complex system of medicine.  At face value this is neither a good or a bad thing, but the complexity of the diagnostic systems and treatment methods can limit broad usage due to limited numbers of well trained practitioners. Acupressur…

by Abby Stewart, LMT, MLD/C Long covid syndrome shares many striking similarities with chronic fatigue syndrome (myalgic encephalitis), including fatigue, unrestful sleep, post-exertional malaise, brain fog, headache, and nonspecific pain. In fact, up to 75% of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) cases …

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in addition to needle pricking, which changes certain vibrations in the body, other aspects must be present - such as compassion, experience, love. if we read about the study of the heart institute, everything will become clear.

There are entire books on the range of uses for cupping, along with when it shouldn't be used, etc.  So providing all of that in a single comment would be difficult.  Most of the general rules can be found in our Japanese acupuncture cupping section.   If there is anything lacking or that needs mor…

I ask those with experience and specialists to explain how cupping works in each of the different types (by explaining the theories) and what the therapist should avoid in some cases and some points. Thank you, we always use you.

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This school is simply the best,  the teachings are top notch and every minutes about this school, worth it .

submitted by "" on 05-08-2023, Student from 1960 to 2007

I am an alumnus of the first graduating class from NESA @ MCPHS Worchester. The majority of the faculty and administration were alumni.  They were knowledgeable, passionate about the profession, supportive of our learning, and genuinely kind caring people.  I felt they gave their all duri…

submitted by "Misty@VTAcu" on 03-18-2023, Student from 2016 to 2019

Bridgeport U, School of Naturopathic Medicine (1997-2022) provideed valuable experiences for me and student interns where we had prepared in a 4 year rigourous and thorough training for being a naturopathic physician.  My studies and training led me to be experts in patient-centered care focus…

submitted by "Nat MedDoc CJZ" on 10-23-2022, Student from 2001 to 2005

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