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Crohn's disease is one of a number of inflammatory bowel diseases. Generally symptoms involve inflammation modulated abdominal pain, diarrhea, weight loss and malnutrition. The prevalence of the condition is higher in smokers and in those who overuse NSAID's and/or antibiotics, but this range of co…

Chinese Medicine has a long history of treating traumatic physical injuries and generally is quite effective at resolving these issues. There are many other issues that athletes may develop besides tight muscles and there are many treatment methods that acupuncturists may use to aid the recovery fr…

In recent years modern western medicine has found more and more relationships between our digestive systems and our mental health.  While it was understood long before we could explain it in biochemical terms, Chinese Medicine has long known that these relationships exist and treated these conditio…

Neck pain, statistically speaking, will be experienced by nearly 50% of the global population in their adult lifetime. It can be a very painful condition, which due to how we use our necks for day to day life, can limit social and physical activities for approximately 25% or so of sufferers. Wit…

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a very commonly treated condition within Chinese Medicine. It along with a host of other digestive issues tend to respond quite well to acupuncture, herbal medicine, and as this study indicates techniques such as moxibustion. As IBS can be quite debilitating and…

Acupuncture is used for an extremely wide range of conditions, but in some ways the most important ones are those of a more preventative nature than those involving a last ditch effort.  Paying attention to your colon health through analyzing bowel movements, among other signs, is one such area th…

Lupus, or systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), is estimated to be experienced in various forms by 1.5 million people in the US about 3.5 million people elsewhere in the world.  Far more common in women than men and the condition more commonly affects African Americans and Asians.  It is an autoimmu…

For practitioners who are interested in the scientific analysis of "how" acupuncture works there are a number of interesting avenues to pursue. From a multitude of studies we know that acupuncture modulates areas in the brain which then over hours and days serve to initiate balancing changes in bo…

For many of us in the west, and in the United States particularly, acupuncture is thought of as a relatively new phenomena. In reality acupuncture has been with us quite some time - even in the west. The first known traces of Chinese Medicine works date back between the 18th and 16th centuries B…

The first in a series demystifying Chinese Medicine Theory     for Patients and the General Public Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) uses a variety of unique terminology to diagnose and treat a broad range of health issues. In this series of articles I am going to discuss some of the more commo…

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