What We Treat
During the Autumn months, we have to pay particular attention to the energetics and health of the Lungs. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, certain foods can be eaten to balance the internal organ system. Pears are one of the foods that can support your Lung health by bringing moisture back into your body. continue reading
With Thanksgiving and Holiday Season around the corner, it’s important to be mindful of what we’re eating and how we can optimize our digestion. continue reading
In recent years, there has been growing concern about the impact of endocrine disruptors on our health. These substances, found in various everyday products, can interfere with the normal functioning of our hormonal system, potentially leading to a range of health issues. Plastics and other environmental toxins have emerged as significant sources of endocrine disruptors, warranting further exploration into their effects on human well-being. continue reading
If you are suffering from insomnia or unable to get a good night’s rest, you are not alone. Around 60 million Americans experience insomnia and sleep related problems on a daily basis. Prescription sleeping pills are one of the most highly overused medications and can lead to side effects and addiction. Acupuncture is a centuries-old practice that has been proven to help sleep disorders without the risk of addiction or putting chemicals in the body.
Should I get acupuncture if I’m not sick? This is a question people often ask. For more than 2,500 years practitioners of acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) have emphasized the importance of preventative medicine rather than waiting until disease begins. Yang-sheng is the preventative branch of TCM, yang-sheng means to ‘nourish life’. The tradition of drinking bone broth to nourish wellbeing comes from the yang-sheng branch of TCM.