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Acupuncture and Women's Health

Posted on 09-11-2014

~~ Acupuncture and Women's Health Recent scientific research has proven the link between an ancient healing art and helping women have babies.  Infertility can be a big problem for...

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The Body is Chemical in Nature

Posted on 02-18-2014

~~In the last post, we discussed how the body is electrical in nature, and how standardized medical tests measure electrical energy of the brain, heart and muscles, and how modern Acupuncture uses mea...

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The Body is Electrical in Nature

Posted on 02-17-2014

~~In the last article, we discussed that the most common cause of pain in the body comes from structural imbalances that create functional problems, measured in terms of limited motion of a joint.&nbs...

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The Body is Structural in Nature

Posted on 12-26-2013

~~In the last article we identified the 4 Pillars of Health as outlined in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).  They were briefly described as 1) Structure, which involves the human frame, and...

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Traditional Chinese Medicine and the 4 Pillars of Health

Posted on 12-09-2013

Traditional Chinese Medicine and the 4 Pillars of Health The easiest way to understand Acupuncture is in the context of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).  TCM has 4 separate and distinct b...

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