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I am a gentle and caring practitioner of acupuncture and herbal medicine.
PhD in Holistic Nutrition.
Author of "Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine for Women's Health: Bridging the Gap Between Western and Eastern Medicine"
Solo practitioner for 15 years and love it!
SHARE Sunday, September 4, 2011 "Sport Injuries: Effectively Treated with Acupuncture" (2374 views)
Acupuncture is clinically proven to accelerate the healing of sports injuries. Integrating Western and Eastern treatment makes the most sense and can fully restore chronic and acute injuries in many cases. You often heal quickly, fully, and with improved performance.
Acupuncture is commonly used for a wide variety of injuries. Read how it works and what it treats.
SHARE Wednesday, September 1, 2010 Amenorrhea: What does not having a menstrual cycle mean? (848 views)
Amenorrhea means "no menstrual flow" (absence of menstruation). In Chinese medicine, it refers to "no moon." Today it is more important than ever to understand TCM (Traditional Chinese medicine which includes acupuncture and herbal medicine) as well as Western medicine. Today's reality integrates these two schools of thought to improve patient care. TCM gets to the root cause naturally with out the harsh affects of drugs.
SHARE Monday, July 26, 2010 Recent Outbreaks of Whooping Cough Reported: Acupuncture and Herbal Treatment - (790 views)
Whooping cough (pertussis) is an opportunistic infection that affects the lungs. Outbreaks occur every three to four years and are seriously affect children.
Acupuncture and Chinese herbs are effective and safe treatment to provide full recovery for your little one. Yes, the acupuncture is gentle! Integrating Western and Eastern medicine is the ideal protocol for pertussis. Learn the thress stages of this disease!
SHARE Monday, June 7, 2010 A Western and Eastern View of PMS Treatment (562 views)
Western medicine accepts PMS as a "normal" occurrence. Its time to bridge the gap between Western and Eastern medicine in the interest of improving patient care. This article describes how tradtional Chinese medicine addresses premenstrual syndrome.
SHARE Wednesday, June 2, 2010 The 5 Myths of Acupuncture: Do you Know them? (562 views)
Does acupuncture hurt? Do I need to continue treatment forever? Is ther physiological change in the body?
This article dispels some of your questions and puts to rests the myths surrounding this 5000-year-old holistic health science. Yes, acupuncture has been in existence for 5000 years; compared to western medicine that is just over 200 years old.
It has stood the test of time.
SHARE Saturday, September 4, 2010 The four Stages of Fatigue: Which one are you in? How can TCM combat it? (506 views)
Did you know that fatigue slowly expresses itself in four stages in your body? Did you know that it crawls deeper and deeper deteriorating all of your key organ systems? Fatigue has an uncanny way of starting out as an occasional situation that we assume will go away. Often, it doesn't. We do not slow down and get the rest we need---we merely push ourselves harder. At what expense? TCM helps.