Category Archives: Acupuncture in Rochester NY

Acupuncture for Constipation

Acupuncture for Constipation Acupuncture for Constipation is a frequent alternative modality for those who suffer from poor bowel movements. According to the New England Journal of Medicine it is the most common ailment for which the American public seeks over the counter relief for. While age plays a important role in Western Medicine there are at

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Kinesiology

Acupuncture for Fibromyalgia

Acupuncture for Fibromyalgia Acupuncture for Fibromyalgia has been shown to be effective in numerous studies both in China and the West. Fibromyalgia is by nature an elusive disorder, sometimes sarcastically described  as a trash can diagnosis in that it represents more of a syndrome that a typical medical etiology. Typically it is represented by widespread soft

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acupuncture for depression

Acupuncture for depression

Acupuncture for depression Acupuncture for depression has become a common treatment modality in recent years due to it’s effectiveness. In a recent study by MacPherson et al. 2013 results demonstrated that acupuncture treatments were 33% more effective than counseling and pharmacological drugs in dealing with long term depression. The basis behind the technique is similar to

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Acupuncture and Prostate disorders

Acupuncture and Prostate disorders Acupuncture and Prostate Disorders appear to have a positive correlation of effective treatment. In a recent study by the American Journal Of Medicine, acupuncture was shown to more effective in treating prostatitis when matched against a control group receiving Sham treatment. The two groups received the same treatment protocol over several weeks but in

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Acupuncture and Bone Health

Bone Health Bone Health- As we get older, we run an increasing risk of developing osteoporosis – thinning, fragile bones that are likely to break easily from everyday activities and movement. It can refer to both low bone density as a risk factor for fragility and fractures themselves as actual conditions of fragility. This is

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