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Acupuncture is a profession that has given us us wonderful fulfillment knowing that we have helped hundreds of individuals resolve serious health problems in a natural way. This is really what’s at the heart of becoming an acupuncturist---the love of the science behind oriental medicine and the desire to transform the lives of others. Interested in a career in acupuncture? We think you’ll find these insights interesting.
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Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps made a splash at the Rio Olympics for much more than winning gold medals. Photographs show that Phelps had large, red circles along his shoulders and back, prompting many to wonder what was going on. Phelps wasn’t alone. Other athletes, particularly those from China, had similar marks. For those well-versed in the art of Traditional Chinese Medicine, these circles were no mystery. They are a part of a healing process called cupping that goes back thousands of years...
If you’ve been following our blog, you know we believe acupuncture can benefit everyone. Whether you’re struggling to get a decent night’s sleep or you want pain relief without the troublesome side effects of medication, acupuncture provides a natural solution to hundreds of problems. But are you still hesitant to try acupuncture?
Sleep is not a luxury—it is a vital part of our survival! When losing sleep becomes a chronic problem, you’re placing your health in jeopardy. While more research needs to be done to understand the full effects, there is a great deal of evidence about how acupuncture can be a natural solution to sleep disorders. Here are five ways it helps...
Stress is meant to give our bodies a “warning signal,” which was very useful to our ancestors when they were chased by tigers, bears or any other animal looking for an evening meal. Stress triggers a “fight or flight” response. This response was vital to keep our ancestors alive. But that was then. This is now. Today, you’re not being chased by tigers and bears (at least, we hope you’re not. If you are, then acupuncture probably won’t help you.) Today the “beasts” that chase you take the form of traffic jams, juggling family schedules and heavy workloads. We want you to know there’s another alternative, and you can treat stress naturally.