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Chinese Medical Theory and Diagnosis

There is an ancient Chinese medicine axiom that says: 'One disease, long life; no disease, short life.' Doesn't this sound utterly bizarre? Why would going through the ordeal of a major illness or medical condition ...

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Qi Gong is a dynamic form of energy medicine originating in ancient China. It is a perfected, refined system comprised of various breathing techniques, physical exercises, body postures and meditation practices. The goal of Qi ...

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Just about every person in the world today carries some anger. Anger hurts not only oneself but even more so our loved ones. It destroys health, traumatizes families and relationships, jeopardizes work relationships and jobs ...

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An acupuncturist talks about his experiences and gives some explanation on how acupuncture works with horses, and based on some insights from feng shui, the health of the home. An Explanation for How Acupuncture Works ...

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Are you ready to tap into the health secrets that have been curing people  for thousands of years? Those secrets are the ancient healing system that is Chinese medicine, and the doorway to that medicine now exists ...

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Tongue diagnosis is an important part of the Chinese medical assessment. During an examination, the overall tongue coating, shape, and color is taken into account.The tongue reflects the health of the internal organs and blood ...

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The ancient Chinese believed that human beings should live in harmony with the natural cycles of their environment. The cold and darkness of winter urges us to slow down. This is the time of year ...

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Essence is that which is bestowed by Nature. It is rooted in the beginningless, espied in the absolute, and becomes fragmented in the temporal." -- Ancestor Lu, Qingwei sanpin jing (circa 6th century A.D.)Jing is ...

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One of the greatest challenges to mainstream Western medicine's acceptance of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has been the contrast between the ancient principles and language of TCM and its more modern counterpart.New research from the ...

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Chinese Medicine has been practiced for thousand of years. As practitioners of acupuncture we are continually amazed by the effect that is achieved by needling few points on the entire being of man. 22 years ...

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The weather is cool and crisp. The sun is beginning to set earlier. The leaves are turning vivid hues of red, orange, and yellow. Fall has arrived, and now is the time to harvest the ...

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Qi (or Chi pronounced chee) is often referred to as the breath of life.  It is our body™s life force or vital energy traveling along pathways or channels called meridians.  For centuries the Chinese have ...

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Qi (pronounced chee) can be defined as the force or vital substance that animates and controls the observable functions of living beings. The basic foundation for Asian medicine is that this vital substance flows through ...

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Whether you turn to acupuncture or allopathic medicine for healing, choosing the right foods for your constitution will speed your progress. According to traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), health is a state of balance in which ...

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The Liver and Liver Qi Stagnation Spring is ruled by the wood element, which is associated with the liver, an organ with an incredible capacity for regeneration. When searching for the underlying cause of disease ...

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In Traditional Chinese Medicine, we have a healing methodology called the 5 Phases (Elements). Summer is ruled by the Fire element and is expressed in nature as well as in the body. Growth, joy and ...

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Ask The Acupuncturist

Q: Can acupuncture and Chinese medicine treat bed-wetting?

A: Acupuncture and Chinese medicine are extremely successful in the treatment of bed-wetting. There are whole books written on just this subj... Read More