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Shaolin Secrets for the Modern Warrior

Growing interest in the martial arts has been accompanied by curiosity about Chinese sports medicine, and the healing power of Shaolin treatments for traumatic injuries, both acute and chronic, is no longer a secret. In China, the official practice of Chinese medicine was reduced to internal medicine during the 20th century, mostly for political reasons [...]

What Is Functional Medicine and Why Does It Make Sense?

In recent years health care systems in the United States and other industrialized countries have been faced with unprecedented challenges caused by chronic disease such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and autoimmune conditions that are poorly addressed by the conventional model of heroic medicine, an approach that proved successful in the fight against infectious diseases [...]

Treating Endometriosis with Chinese Medicine

Women who experience pelvic pain are often diagnosed with endometriosis. Let's get a better understanding what endometriosis is, how it can affect your health and quality of life, what treatments are offered by mainstream medicine, and what other options exist to alleviate symptoms and restore well-being naturally. The endometrium is the inner lining of a [...]

Love Your Back, and It Will Love You Back

Are you one of the millions of Americans suffering from low back pain? You now have options to get better that don't involve pain medications or surgery. Since low back pain affects such an overwhelming share of the population at least sometimes in their lives and causes healthcare costs and economic losses in the tens [...]

Acupuncture in Pregnancy and Childbirth

Pregnancy is one of the most precious experiences in your life. A new human being is developing inside of you, and you are preparing to become a mother. You go through amazing hormonal changes that affect you physically and emotionally. Some of these changes can be accommodated with minor lifestyle adjustments, others impact your well-being [...]

Acupuncture in a Climber’s Quiver?

As a climber you are often pushing yourself to the limit or beyond. In fact, most climbing injuries do not result from accidents but from overuse. Often, the damage to your body accumulates over time until you feel enough pain to slow down or avoid certain movements or positions. Our bodies are amazingly complex organisms, [...]