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Acupuncture Philadelphia and Burnout Syndrome

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Acupuncture Philadelphia does help in relaxing and re-energizing the central nervous system.  It also is effective in treating various kinds of disorders and diseases as well as easing the muscular system and reestablishing the physical and emotional balance of the individual.

Burnout syndrome is severe physical and mental stress due to over work.  The placing of too much responsibilities and tasks on one person causes burnout syndrome.  Less time for rest and relaxation and less … Continue reading

Written by Valerie

June 25th, 2011 at 11:30 am

Acupuncture Philadelphia and the Athlete

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Athletes always aspire to be in tiptop shape.  They always need their muscles to be finely tuned.  They need to have high mental morale and steely resolve.  The athlete treats his body and mind like a fine-tuned, well-oiled powerful machine ready to give optimal performance on demand.  There is no guarantee that an athlete will not suffer from injuries throughout his career and that is why he must also be prepared to have his injuries … Continue reading

Written by Valerie

April 30th, 2011 at 3:54 am

Acupuncture Philadelphia Treatment

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Acupuncture is one of the oldest forms of healing.  The Chinese have used it for around 4000 yrs.  It is the most popular form of healing through natural means and one of the most effective.  It was introduced in the United States since the 1970’s and since then, millions of Americans have benefited from this holistic type of treatment.  Holistic in the sense that it not only is used in treating physical ailments but emotional … Continue reading

Written by Valerie

April 9th, 2011 at 8:41 am

The Kidneys Role in Traditional Chinese Medicine in Philadelphia

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One of the fundamental differences between traditional Chinese medicine  in Philadelphia and western medicine is their perspective towards the organs of the human body.  Whereas western medicine sees a body organ with a clearly delineated and specific function, such as the kidney used for blood filtration or the heart used for blood circulation, etc., TCM sees the kidney as not only an organ for excreting waste materials but an integral part of the reproductive process … Continue reading

Written by Valerie

February 20th, 2011 at 1:19 pm

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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