Acupuncture Effects

Clinical studies presented by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) have shown that acupuncture is an effective treatment for nausea caused by surgical anesthesia and cancer chemotherapy, as well as for dental pain after surgery. The NIH has also found that acupuncture is useful by itself, or in combination with conventional therapies, to treat addiction,…

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By Aaron Red Ogden, RMT Originally I was going to title this ‘Two Minutes at a Time: How to Relieve Stress in the Shower’ thankfully there are more mature people than me editing this website.   This article provides a how-to guide on feeling a little bit better every day.  A technique that is simple to…

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Do you move functionally? Are you able to perform the activities you want to easily and without producing pain in your body? Ultimately our brains control our movement, and as it turns out we are pretty clever. When we give the instruction for our body to perform a movement, such as lifting a box or…

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  “A pregnant woman carries with her the finest piece of jade. She should enjoy all things, look at fine pictures and be attended by handsome servants”.   – Advice from an ancient Chinese classic   3 Great Reasons to Get Acupuncture during Pregnancy 1.       It cures what ails you From nausea, to mild aches or…

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by Dr. Paul Fleming, DC, BSc.Kin “If breathing is not normalized – no other movement can be.” -Karel Lewit In Part I on breathing, we discussed the importance of proper respiratory mechanics, highlighting some of the conditions that can be attributed to breathing dysfunction.  We also reviewed what proper vs. improper respiratory mechanics are, and…

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