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Monthly Archives : July, 2011

The Benefit of Acupuncture Orlando in Achieving Pregnancy

Infertility is a very disheartening condition for couples and women who want to have a baby.  Not many people are aware that acupuncture Orlando can actually help rectify some infertility problems.

Acupuncture, in its role of being a very good aid in the self-healing ability of the body is a … Continue reading

Peripheral Neuropathy and Acupuncture Orlando

Peripheral neuropathy is a disorder of the nervous system that manifests as a burning, tingling, numbing and painful sensation to the feet or hands.  The disorder is caused by neural damage due to factors such as an effect due to another medical problem, infections, toxin contamination, medications, diabetes or trauma … Continue reading

How Acupuncture New York Works

Acupuncture New York is an ancient Chinese medical tradition of introducing disposable, sterile and ultra thin needles into specific points in the skin called acupuncture points or acupoints to stimulate the flow of energy in the body.  The needles promote healing, improve blood circulation, remove pain and optimize function of … Continue reading

Acupuncture Bellingham A Great Way to Lose Weight

For people above 40, the ability to lose weight becomes harder to achieve.  Besides being a great treatment for the relief and management of pain, acupuncture Bellingham can also help people lose weight in a safe and natural way.

Typically, acupuncture sessions for weight loss are done two times a … Continue reading

The Medicinal Art of Bellevue Acupuncture

Bellevue Acupuncture has been around for thousands of years and is part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).  Acupuncture integrates the philosophies of Taoism and naturalism into its practice and as a result of these influences, it is a natural, holistic treatment used for various kinds of mental, emotional and physiological … Continue reading

Acupuncture Linwood for Flu or Colds

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or (CDC) states that about 20 percent of people in the United States contract the flu per flu season.  Around 200,000 people need to be hospitalized and about 36,000 die from this disease.  Flu vaccinations are correctly overrated and some shots have even … Continue reading

Acupuncture West Orange for Depression

Depression is a sobering reality for hundreds of millions of people around the world.  It is a blessing for mankind that acupuncture was invented since its benefits even extends beyond the relief of pain and treatment of certain physiological conditions.  Acupuncture West Orange is also effective in treating extreme negative … Continue reading

Acupuncture Spokane for Osteoporosis and Vertigo

One interesting medical tidbit is that people suffering from osteoporosis are more liable to develop vertigo.  Vertigo is the result of an inner ear problem that results in dizziness. People suffering from osteoporosis suffer from weak bones and oftentimes, loose bone materials end up inside the ear disrupting the balance … Continue reading

Acupuncture Bellmore for Eye and Mouth Problems

The eyes are the mirrors of the soul.  The eyes express an individual’s thought, mood and health.  Hence, it is vital that the eyes remain healthy.  Along with the eyes, the mouth is vitally important in expressing one’s thought directly.  Acupuncture Bellmore is a way to maintain the health of … Continue reading