Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine for Fibromyalgia

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Fibromyalgia is a chronic disease known for causing extensive musculoskeletal pain that is debilitating and quality-of-life reducing. The disorder affects both the soft tissue and the joints. While the majority of patients are women, anyone with a family history of fibromyalgia, a diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder (PSTD), or a diagnosis of a rheumatic disease …

Acupuncture for Cardiovascular Disease

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In This Issue:Acupuncture for Cardiovascular DiseaseReduce Your High Blood Pressure5 Ways Acupuncture Helps Heart HealthSedona acupuncture e-newsletter!5 Ways Acupuncture Helps Heart Health Cardiovascular disease is the number 1 killer of women, the leading threat for men, and is more deadly than all forms of cancer combined, according to health organizations. People of all ages and …

Get Seasonal Allergy Relief!

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Acupuncture has been used to treat seasonal allergies for centuries with great success. According to traditional medicine, treatment is directed toward clearing the nasal passages, supporting the immune system, and strengthening the systems of the body to prevent allergic reactions from recurring. What Are Seasonal Allergies? Commonly called hay fever or allergic rhinitis, a seasonal …

This recent article from the NY Times is really shocking – we have to do better with pain management and addiction, for the sake of our future generations. Chinese Medicine can help!

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High Rates of Opioid Prescriptions Among Women¬†Raise Birth Defect Fears By SABRINA TAVERNISE JAN. 22, 2015 The federal health authorities reported Thursday that nearly one-third of women of reproductive age had had an opioid painkiller prescription filled every year from 2008 to 2012. Experts said the practice carried considerable risks for birth defects. The Centers …

Chinese Medicine Could Really Fight the Flu… and Possibly Treat Ebola too!

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Oct 15, 2014 For centuries, traditional Chinese medicine practitioners have given their patients honeysuckle, often in the form of tea, to help alleviate certain ailments. Now, researchers think that this age-old practice may have been on to something. A molecule within the plant has been found to directly target influenza, making it a potential treatment …