Jul 14 2015

Acupuncture and Cancer

Have you or someone you know been diagnosed with cancer? A cancer diagnosis can be frustrating, depressing, and upsetting. Although acupuncture cannot cure cancer, many studies sanctioned by the National Institute of Health have shown that acupuncture can help alleviate some of the common side effects of chemotherapy. In fact, “there is clear evidence that needle… Read more »

Jul 14 2015

Acupuncture Can Reduce Seizures

Seizures occur when nerve cells in the brain are overstimulated and brain cells start firing abnormally. Seizures can manifest differently from person to person. However, seizures often involve parts of the body shaking. When someone has a petite mal seizure, they remain conscious, although they may stare off and have no memory of the incident. People lose… Read more »

May 26 2015

Acupuncture and TMJ

Have you ever had pain in your jaw or the surrounding areas of your head? You might have TMJ, a medical term that refers to the temporomandibular joint. The temporomandibular joint connects the lower jaw (mandible) to the skull’s temporal bone, which is on both sides of the skull. This joint functions like a hing (think of a door frame or… Read more »

Apr 28 2015

What is a Moxa Stick?

Have you ever been in an acupuncture clinic and caught a whiff of smoke? Don’t worry. The clinic isn’t on fire, and no one’s smoking a doobie. The smell of smoke comes from a burning moxa stick, which is made from tightly rolled layers of the Chinese herb mugwort. Moxa sticks are intended to promote healing by… Read more »

Apr 14 2015

Acupuncture Helps Animals, Too

A recent news story from Colorado really warmed my heart. A dog named Ernie was rescued by the Colorado Animal Rescue. Ernie was paralyzed when he arrived at CAR. Thanks to acupuncture treatment, he has regained the use of his legs. He can chase a ball again, and he even goes motorcycle riding with his adoptive mother… Read more »

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