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Staying Fit Over 50 With Acupuncture

  While we often think of acupuncture as a tool for pain control or smoking it’s far more than that. It is an independent science which brings balance and harmony to the body without drugs or invasive testing procedures. It is not only an ancient school of healing but it’s own science with different constructs

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Treating Arthritis With Acupuncture

Arthritis now affects 1 in 10 Americans and most of it’s preventative. Arthritis and degenerative joint disease is a wear and tear process. It’s known to affect the articular cartilage. Arthritis is a disease that can sneak up on you easily. Arthritis is mostly due to trauma or repetitive motion injuries. These injuries lead to

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Acupuncture and Women’s Health Issues

Acupuncture takes a more holistic approach in treating women’s health issues when compared to western medicine. Health is not just the absence of symptoms or complaints. Or a $20 copay and a prescription.    Health is optimal state where stress, sleep and the daily routine are in balance with the situational surroundings. One of the traits of Acupuncture

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Do Acupuncture Needles Hurt?

I am frequently asked this question by both prospective patients and health care providers. The bottom line is that there is little pain in receiving an acupuncture treatment.  Due to acupuncture’s uniqueness it is understandable that some anxiety is to be expected . After all the idea of someone sticking needles into you like the proverbially

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How Detoxifying Heavy Metal Toxicity Affects Your Health

Heavy Metals & The Body During the 20th century, the processes of industrial manufacturing created heavy metal toxicity in the environment. Elements such as lead, mercury and cadmium were especially common in the electroplating, painting and petrochemical industries. The second World War played a huge part in the delay of standards and regulations and it wasn’t until the early 1970s

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