Treating Stress and Anxiety with Acupuncture

The role of acupuncture, qigong, and Chinese herbal medicines for treating stress and anxiety has become undisputed as the evidence piles in. Almost one in five of the calls coming into my office are related to stress and anxiety. And questions about the effectiveness of Chinese medicine to manage these conditions are common. Almost 20%.. read more →

Energy Pathways of Chinese Medicine

How Acupuncture Works People keep asking me how this medicine works, so I thought I’d try to explain it as the Chinese viewed the body over 3000 years ago.  What actually happens within the body is still cloaked in some mystery.  But I’m getting an intuition and feel for it, and will attempt to explain.. read more →

Take Charge of Your Health and Wellbeing

Are you ready to take charge of your health and wellbeing?  Can Chinese Medicine help you with that intention? An excellent website from the University of Minnesota, Taking Charge of your Health & Wellbeing, lists numerous researched studies of the efficacy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, or TCM.  In addition to the research are descriptions of.. read more →

Growing Awareness of the Power of Chinese Medicine

Because acupuncture and herbal formulas are being used to treat more and more of our modern illnesses and deep systemic disorders, I find myself continually amazed at the results that this profession is obtaining.  This latest example, published in our professional newspaper, Acupuncture Today, took my breath away.  The title is “Beating Tourette’s, Gaining Life”,.. read more →

Power of Chinese Medicine to Heal

Because acupuncture and herbal formulas are being used to treat more and more of our modern illnesses and deep systemic disorders, I find myself continually amazed at the results that this profession is obtaining.  This latest example, published in our professional newspaper, Acupuncture Today, took my breath away.  The title is “Beating Tourette’s, Gaining Life”,.. read more →

Stress & Lifestyle

The American Way While a typical American diet (low in fruits and vegetables) is a causative factor in diseases, stress may share fully half the blame or more. The body responds magnificently to the occasional heart-stopping snap of a twig outside a tent flap. But the constant assault of fast-paced modern life is damaging. For.. read more →