Acupuncture & Herbs Enhance Fertility Treatments Finding

She presented some of the most current findings on incorporating acupuncture and herbal medicine with biomedical findings. Dr. Ting Ting Zhang successfully translated basal temperature charts into differential diagnostics and demonstrated how the charts clearly delineate TCM concepts such as Yin and Yang deficiency of specific Zang-Fu organs. Dr. Zhang was granted a special visa from the Chinese government to bring this vital information to the United States. Dr. Zhang is the Gynecology Department Chair of Yue Yang Hospital at the Shanghai University of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) and is renown for her experience in the field of infertility. Dr. Zhang unveiled new ultrasound and hormone testing research revealing that special Chinese herbal medicines promote ovulation and egg development, increase sperm motility and count, and prevent miscarriage. Biomedical data confirms that Chinese herbal medicine greatly increases the conception rate of women undergoing artificial insemination. Incorporating approaches developed by Dr. Tai, Dr. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.healthcmi.com/Acupuncture-Continuing-Education-News/1327-acupuncture-herbs-enhance-fertility-treatments-finding







Acupuncture business relocates to Washburn - The Daily Press: County Journal





Dr Michael Guo is board certified in Pain Management, Neurology and also a licensed Acupunctural physician! If you are among the 50 million Americans living with chronic pain , a full and active life may seem like an impossible dream. But don't give up, our new pain management clinic may help. By combining Acupuncture and Pain Management treatment, we have helped many pain patients. Business Hours: Mon, Tues, Wed, Friday: 9:00am 5:00pm Thurs: 12:00pm 8:00pm Most insurance plans accepted, same day appointment. Dr Michael Guo was fellowship trained in Columbia University in NYC, and after practicing Neurology and Pain Management for almost 10 years in South Shore Neurologic Associates, Dr Guo started his practice in the Stony Brook Medical Park, building 5B, at 2500 Nesconset Highway, Stony Brook, NY 11790. Phone number: 631-675-9508. Dr. Michael Guo, MD., Ph.D. is a board-certified Pain Management Specialist and Neurologist with over 15 years of experience. Dr Guo is Board Certified by American Board of Pain Medicine (ABPM), and he is also a New York State licensed Acupuncture physician. Dr Guo specializes in Pain Management of neck pain, shoulder pain, arm pain, elbow pain, wrist and hand pain, back pain, hip pain, leg pain and foot pain. This new clinic focuses on the diagnosis and management of chronic pain. Our treatment modalities include Neurology, Neuromuscular, pain injection, and Acupuncture. The goals of our Pain Management Clinic are two folds: 1) To offer an effective treatment option for people suffering from chronic and long term pain by providing the benefits of both conventional treatment and acupuncture therapy in an integrated and cost effective program. 2) To reduce and control pain to a level that allows our patients to return to their normal activities as much as possible without continuous reliance on pain medication. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://massapequa.patch.com/groups/business-updates/p/acupuncture-pain-management-clinicneurologist--in-stony-brook-offering-evening-and-saturday-hours_d53cfae8





Is Acupuncture an Option? - By The Camden Hospital for Animals - Rockland - Camden - Knox - Courier-Gazette - Camden Herald





"The main thing to remember about acupuncture is that it helps the body find homeostasis. Better balance. So whenever you do that you are treating the whole body and everything will get better as a result," he said. Olcott has not always traveled down the road of alternative medicine. "In 2006 I had a massive car accident, and I broke my back," he explained. Olcott found himself frustrated with Western medicine and the road to pain relief came from body work, acupuncture, yoga and tai chi. "The accident was a catalyst that allowed me to change directions," said Olcott. Today's direction is helping people with a range of conditions from allergies to fertility problems to back pain. Olcott said this age-old practice works. And for the skeptics who call acupuncture pseudo-medicine... "You can do acupuncture to dogs and horses and see the effect. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.ksby.com/news/turning-to-acupuncture-to-treat-allergies/





Turning to acupuncture to treat allergies





Over the course of thousands of years of trial and error acupuncture practitioners found that they could resolve certain conditions by stimulating specific points on the body. Today we know that these points are typically depressions between different muscles that contain a large number of blood vessels, nerves, and lymphatics. Inserting acupuncture needles causes an irritation to the point resulting in changes in blood circulation. The effects bring blood to deficient areas in the body and drain it from stagnant areas in the body. By stimulating the appropriate points the outcome should be to restore homeostasis. What are some common uses of acupuncture? In small animals (cats and dogs) acupuncture is often used for musculoskeletal disorders such as arthritis and other lameness issues. This is also the most common use in equine practice. In addition, acupuncture can be used to support animals with a variety of internal medicine disorders ranging from diabetes to renal failure. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://knox.villagesoup.com/p/is-acupuncture-an-option/1196325





Hollywood Beauties Date With Acupuncture -
The New Indian Express





Many A-list actors, musicians and superstar athletes claim that their secret health and beauty regimen is acupuncture. Stars have reported using acupuncture for a variety of conditions. Some celebs swear that their great looks are the result of acupuncture, while others prefer to use it as a way to improve the inner workings of their bodies. Acupuncture Face Lift Its a well-known fact that youth and beauty are valuable commodities in Hollywood. A number of celebrities are turning to acupuncture face-lifts in order to maintain a youthful appearance, while also reducing the formation of the fine lines and wrinkles that come with aging. Famous fans of this procedure include Madonna, Cher and Gwyneth Paltrow. They reportedly visit their acupuncturists once a week for the procedure, which involves the insertion of super-fine needles into areas of the face that tend to form wrinkles, such as frown lines and crows feet around the eyes. Acupuncture for Acupuncture Bristol Weight Loss The rich and famous care just as much about their bodies as they do for their faces. Acupuncture has become a popular method for losing weight. Jennifer Lopez accredited a 15 pound weight-loss to an alternative medicine regime which included acupuncture, and Jessica Simpson has also received acupuncture in the past to assist her in reaching her weight loss goals. Many Eastern medicine weight loss programmes combine acupuncture with the use of various herbs and teas for best results. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.newindianexpress.com/lifestyle/health/Hollywood-Beauties%E2%80%99-Date-With-Acupuncture/2014/06/15/article2278392.ece








Acupuncture/ Pain Management Clinic/Neurologist in Stony Brook offering evening and Saturday hours! - Business Updates - Massapequa, NY Patch





As of two weeks ago, Casper has moved her business, Health Elite, out of her home in Bayfield, where shes practiced since 2008, to Shine Massage and Bodywork on Bayfield Street in Washburn. A more convenient location for her clients, shes doing exactly what shes done the last six years: private as well as community acupuncture, and exercise and nutrition therapy. Casper is a classically trained Oriental medicine physician. She earned her acupuncture degree from the Academy of Classical Oriental Sciences located in Nelson, British Columbia. She also has additional qualifications and clinical practice in applied meridian theory, traditional qigong, health qigong, and musculoskeletal assessment and pathology correction. Since she was a child Casper has always wanted to be a doctor. When she was six, she planned to be a veterinarian; in high school, a medical doctor. She was headed that way, awarded a gymnastics scholarship senior year and accepted into a college for pre-med studies, but fate lifted the lid on her dream and let it get away. I had a terrible injury which ended my gymnastics career as well as my scholarship, she said. She couldnt afford pre-med school without it, so she ended up attending a vocational school for horticulture instead. Horticulture is sort of medicine, she chuckled, because if you know how to grow your own food, thats your best medicine. Casper really knows how to grow her own food. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.ashlandwi.com/county_journal/article_944893c0-ef18-11e3-89d4-001a4bcf887a.html