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Philadelphia Chinese Medicine Methods for Depression

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Acupuncture is widely used to treat depression, not only in China but in the Western countries such as the U.S. and the U.K. as well. To treat depression through acupuncture, the points of the pericardium and the heart are focused on. For acupuncture to be more effective, a the Chinese medicine practitioner would have to evaluate the patient first so that he’ll know the main root of the depression and perform the right techniques.

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Weight Loss Acupuncture Tarzana

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There are a lot of people who are overweight and for those who are obese, perhaps surgery is the best option but for those who can’t, they can try to see if acupuncture can help take out the excess weight. Acupuncture is a form of holistic medicine that uses needles to help treat a patient. Unlike the cartoon where the balloon will pop and all the air will go out, the needles that are inserted … Continue reading

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December 28th, 2010 at 10:30 pm

Relieving Pain with Acupuncture Marlton

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For many years, Western doctors eschewed the use of acupuncture for pain control, believing that its benefits (if any) derived from a “placebo effect.” Now, some American physicians are acquiring skills in this ancient practice because recent scientific evidence supports what traditional acupuncturists have claimed for centuries.

Over a decade ago, the National Institutes of Health conceded that acupuncture was effective for treating postoperative dental pain, but the NIH consensus panel failed to extend its … Continue reading

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December 22nd, 2010 at 7:26 am

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Back Pain Miami Acupuncture

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Acupuncture for back pain has been used as a valid treatment for thousands of years, in the East at least. In the rest of the world, it has been slower to gain traction but recent studies with promising results have accelerated the take-up of this now popular treatment.

For example, several studies have shown that it can be more cost effective than other back pain treatments, in terms of quality of life. In many countries … Continue reading

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December 20th, 2010 at 8:07 am

Acupuncture Dallas for Labor Induction

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Women who have given birth would know how painful the labor process is especially if it takes too long. Now, it is believed that acupuncture dallas can induce labor. The normal method used in hospitals to induce lever is to administer a drug known as Pitocin since it produces a very strong reaction and labor often begins immediately. The effects that the drug might have on the unborn child are not fully understood. There is … Continue reading

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December 17th, 2010 at 7:00 am

Bellmore Acupuncture Weight Loss Treatment

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Bellmore Acupuncture is one approach that Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) uses to treat the body’s electrical system and maintain a balanced flow of yin and yang. Yin and yang make up two opposing forces in the body, for example, hot and cold or passive and active. TCM believes that an imbalance of yin and yang in the body can cause illness. This is where the use of tiny needles, commonly known as acupuncture, comes in. … Continue reading

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December 16th, 2010 at 7:26 am

Medical Bellvue Acupuncture Indicated for Certain Conditions

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For Hospital Credentialing, information is used to determine where Bellvue acupuncture privileges are considered. Pain which is of musculo-skeletal origin can respond to acupuncture treatment so dramatically and this modality is best known for its pain relief benefits than for any other indications.

Pain is also relatively easy to measure, and progress can be measured fairly simply. Due to these reasons, physicians train in Medical Acupuncture in order to treat musculo-skeletal pain conditions as one … Continue reading

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December 11th, 2010 at 7:00 am

Seattle Acupuncture: An Alternative Choice

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A lot of schools in the United States follow Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) which is a compilation of many Chinese traditions formed by Mao in 1956. Seattle acupuncture which is also a form of TCM tries to reconcile the two separate branches of acupuncture and herbology in China. In China, Western Medicine has been well well-established since the turn of the century and TCM is very much aware of Western science. It is a complete … Continue reading

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December 10th, 2010 at 10:44 pm

Modern Views of Bellingham Acupuncture

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The Chinese method of Bellingham acupuncture and its basic concepts were evaluated in new terms when the human body was finally described in terms of biochemicals, cells and specific structures. From a modern perspective, injuries and diseases are resolved by a complex set of responses and these responses are coordinated by several signaling systems. The signaling systems involve small biochemicals and peptides that are release to one site, interact with cells, travel to other sites … Continue reading

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December 7th, 2010 at 7:00 am

Medical New York Acupuncture Facts

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Medical acupuncture is acupuncture conducted by a licensed health care professional or a physician who had training in medical or health sciences. Physicians can also have training in acupuncture but most jurisdictions do not require physicians to get training in the field of acupuncture to treating patients. Usually a health professional would use one or the other approach or a combination of both to treat an illness or a dysfunction.

Medical Acupuncture History

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December 6th, 2010 at 11:06 pm