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Many parents of children with chronic-health conditions struggle to help their child manage ongoing pain and symptoms.
Tui Na & Who It Is For?
As one of the four main stanchions of TCM along with acupuncture, qi gong and herbal prescriptions, Tui Na, or therapeutic massage, is based on the same principles as acupuncture that
Cupping & Who It Is For?
Originating as early as 300AD, this ancient Chinese procedure refers to the technique that uses small glass cups or bamboo jars as suction devices to disperse stagnant or congested qi or energy.
Gua Sha & What It Is For?
Gua Sha, or scraping, is an ancient Chinese procedure that involves the scraping of the skin to improve body circulation. It is believed to release stagnant qi or energy that causes inflammation or chronic pains.
Herbal Medicine to Restore Balance and Harmony
Herbal concoction is one way to restore balance and harmony in the body. Through consultation with a TCM physician, herbal prescriptions can be administered, typically comprising of a combination of various herbs that work together to boost the efficacy of this treatment.
Chiropractic Beats Epidural Injections for Disc Herniations
Chiropractic adjustments were just as effective as epidural injections for patients with back pain in a new study — without the risks and at lower cost.
Doctors Ignoring Evidence for Back Pain Treatment
Medical doctors are increasingly ignoring the recommended guidelines for treating back pain, a new study from the Journal of American Medical Association finds.
No Needles, No Fear! Needleless Acupuncture
For those who are apprehensive about needles, needleless acupuncture, or electroacupuncture, can be administered. Instead of using thin needles, this procedure involves passing small curre
Chiropractic Patients Have 90% Reduction in Migraine Frequency
Many patients rely on pain medications to manage migraines but did you know those medications may actually be causing you more headaches?
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