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Chronic pain is an extremely common reason for which people seek help from their acupuncturist. There is much you can do with acupuncture for pain and countless studies and clinical experiences attest to the results. There are, of course, a range of issues which can be driving the pain that peop…

As we have previously written about, Tai Chi has an impressive array of health benefits and continues to be studied extensively. One important benefit of Tai Chi is how it helps to build leg strength and promote balance. With falls being a significant factor for health issues within seniors, anyt…

To continue our foray into a better understanding of Chinese Medicine and its usefulness within our lives, this article will explore the five element system - or the "system of correspondences." This article is in many ways a proper follow up to our recent discussions of each of the main organ sys…

This is the fifth and final edition in my general introductory series to the five main organ systems (5 elements) in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). As we are heading into fall we are entering into the Lung phase of our body's seasonal cycle. Similar to previous articles on the Liver, Kidney…

Acupuncture has a broad range of effects that go far beyond the treatment of pain.  Acupuncture points can effect internal organs, hormones, brain chemistry, mood, stamina and all other aspects of our bodies.  Researchers from the University of Heidelberg recently looked at the use of acupuncture…

This exploration of the heart system is the third in a series demystifying Chinese Medicine Theory for Patients and the General Public. As we learned previously in the Liver and Kidney system articles, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) provides us with unique and illustrative ways of looking at ou…

This is a question I, as well as most acupuncturists, get asked frequently. Along with another very popular and related question, "Does Acupuncture Work?,” our days and conversations are filled with educating others about our medicine. To be an acupuncturist, you have to be an educator, this is a …

Not getting enough sleep? This is a common problem in many parts of the world, perhaps more so in western developed countries where overwork and lack of rest are often seen as the way to obtain success in your career. Many are aware, at least at a gut level, that poor sleep and lack of sleep are…

What follows is an introductory article about Reiki offered to us by Reine Barjkana, Reiki Master.  The article explains some of the basic details of Reiki and its uses.  Reiki certification is offered by many masters throughout the world, if you are interested in training you should find a practit…

The following article, a reprint from Tom Tam, covers the treatment of Leukemia with Tong Ren Therapy.  For a general introduction to Tong Ren, please read the introductory brochure. According to a report from the Leukemia Society of America, there were approximately 140,000 leukemia patients in th…

The following article is the result of a research project I did within the religious studies program at the University of Arizona in 2000. As acupuncture and the martial arts come from eastern philosophical viewpoints, many westerners have to learn to assimilate these foreign ideas into our world-v…

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