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Archive for July, 2010

Philadelphia Acupuncture to Help with Anxiety

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Philadelphia acupuncture and Oriental Medicine have always considered the connection between mind and body to be inseparable. Along with the ancient descriptions of external environmental disease factors, such as Wind, Heat, and Cold, internal causes of disease were considered to be due to emotions. Anger, fear, sadness, worry, and joy were correlated to each of the five Yin organs of the body. Imbalances within these organs could be the origin of the emotion, or the … Continue reading

Written by Valerie

July 28th, 2010 at 6:52 am

Orlando Acupuncture and Fertility

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Recently a number of clients have asked about the relationship between acupuncture in orlando and fertility. Planning a pregnancy is an exciting time in a person’s life since it is filled with new expectations, experiences and discoveries; it is also a time of reflection as well as one of looking towards the future, and an ideal time to explore optimal health. For over 2,500 years, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioners have been examining the most … Continue reading

Written by Valerie

July 26th, 2010 at 11:12 pm

The First Visit to a Manhattan Acupuncturist

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If you are a bit nervous about trying out an manhattan acupuncture session you are not alone. Since Western medicine uses needles in a different and sometimes painful ways, it is natural for us to imagine the pain of becoming a human pin-cushion. In Western medicine, needles are used to inject medicine or to withdraw fluids from the body. The needles are hollow and the tip is beveled and sharpened so that it can cut … Continue reading

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July 24th, 2010 at 8:41 am

The Basic Ideas of Acupuncture New York

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Acupuncture new york originates from ancient Chinese medicine so basically it is also important to study about Chinese medicine and theories that surrounds this most ancient and useful form of alternative medicine. Chinese medicine sees the body as a small part of the universe which is subject to universal laws and the principals of harmony and balance. It does not draw a sharp line compared to Western medicine. The Chinese system believes that mental and … Continue reading

Written by Valerie

July 16th, 2010 at 9:12 am