It is not uncommon to hear colorful reports from my patients at the conclusion of their acupuncture session.
This is a long case history that I wrote in 2017 towards certification in Zhu’s Scalp Acupuncture.
This paper is original research I conducted in 2009 for purposes of attaining my Doctorate degree.
Healing holistically is not exactly an intuitive process to the Western patient’s mind. I have come up with twelve “keys” that may help to increase your understanding of how holistic healing works.
Practical advice on how to nip an emerging common cold in the bud. These are the very same techniques I use personally.
Patients dealing with multiple sclerosis need a lot of support to navigate their health concerns.
Patients in my clinic are sometimes confused by the fact that my style of treatment often doesn’t match that of acupuncturists they have seen previously.
Practical advice on how to use Chinese medicine for seasonal allergies.
Insomnia is a very common complaint that can be addressed with Chinese medicine.
Ever wonder what got me into acupuncture and Chinese medicine? My story explains what led me to become an acupuncturist.