Acupuncture

Episode 49: GERD

Remember that expression “Don’t bite off more than you can chew.”? In today’s landscape of digestive maladies, perhaps it should be reworked into “Don’t swallow more than you have chewed.” In the case of GERD or Gastro-esophageal Reflux Disease, that … Read More

Episode 46: Osteoarthritis Causes and Prevention

Osteoarthritis (OA) is experienced by a great majority of the population worldwide. More often than not it is characterized as either primary or secondary types. The primary type (which is also called idiopathic or ‘of unknown origin’) is a disease … Read More

Episode 44: Kidney Stones

One of the worst pains known to both men and women would be the passing of a kidney stone. In fact, it might even rival childbirth as far as it’s severity goes. Kidney stones are made up of either Calcium … Read More

Episode 37: Chinese Medicine Treatment of Menstrual Pain

Chinese medicine has a unique and metaphorical terminology that explains pathology in health. The reason for this is due to having been developed thousands of years ago, when modern medical jargon did not exist. “Dysmenorrhea” is Western Medicine’s term for … Read More

The Sour Taste in TCM

Interval Walking for Weight Loss

Acupuncture’s Benefits

Cars and Cortisol

In today’s alternative health setting, we are seeing a lot of chronic diseases and inflammatory disorders that have substantial roots in adrenal fatigue.  There are many causes of adrenal fatigue, but stress is at the top of the ladder.  In … Read More

The Toxic Waste Dump Called Home Sewage

I hate ruining a party, especially one that I am also enjoying.  However, that is what I am doing right now by writing this week’s blog.  Most of us abhor all of the environmental pollution that occurs in industry and … Read More

The Point of Prophylactic Acupuncture

Wouldn’t it be great if you could take an aspirin and make all of its anti-inflammatory properties go to one specific location (i.e.: your shoulder), but suffer none of the side effects such as stomach upset? Well it turns out … Read More