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Monthly Archives : June, 2014

Acupuncture for Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow pain often starts out as a minor discomfort that progressively worsens until it is extremely difficult to ignore the pain. One may experience a sharp jab when playing tennis or golf or even when shaking hands. This condition can affect not only tennis players but also all types … Continue reading

Acupuncture for Sore Throat

Sore throat sometimes called pharyngitis is the inflammation of pharynx. This is a condition that more often than not affects children than adults. Most of the time pharyngitis is mistaken for the flu or the common cold.

What are the symptoms of this disease?

Pharyngitis usually occurs all of a … Continue reading

Acupuncture for Plantar Warts

One of the easiest ways to catch the virus that causes plantar warts is to walk barefoot along swimming pools in the summer. Plantar warts manifest as a cauliflower-like shape under the skin and are caused by the HPV virus or the human papilloma virus. These warts usually develop under … Continue reading

Acupuncture for Palpitations

Sleeplessness combined with palpitations is a commonly heard complaint by licensed acupuncturists. This condition is often diagnosed as Blood and Heart Qi deficiency and when they are identified, acupuncture and Chinese herbal therapy are the choices of treatment by these practitioners as they are the most effective for this problem. … Continue reading

Acupuncture for Psoriasis

As a therapeutic procedure, acupuncture has been practiced in various cultures and societies in East Asia for thousands of years. This therapy has been sporadically practiced in Europe for hundreds of year while it only became popular in the United States during the 1970s. As a treatment for psoriasis, acupuncture … Continue reading

Acupuncture for Digestive Disorders

About 63 million people in the United States suffer digestive problems each year. Digestive disorders are often the result of eating the unhealthy “standard American diet” combined with the highly stressed lives the average American undergoes each and everyday of his/her life. These conditions can vary from petty discomforts like … Continue reading

Acupuncture for Dysmenorrhea

The journal and evidence-based Complimentary and Alternative Medicine published a study showing a substantial positive effect of acupuncture when it was used to treat patients suffering from dysmenorrhea who have previously tried conventional medical therapies without success. Dysmenorrhea is known as menstrual cramps that are painful. It has two classifications: … Continue reading