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3 Ailments Acupuncture Can Help

3 Ailments Acupuncture Can HelpBy Dr. Mao Shing Ni, PhD, D.O.M., Dipl. ABAAHP

Acupuncture is rapidly gaining recognition as an effective way to manage pain and discomfort. Even cyclists in the Tour de France have used acupuncture to maintain top form and combat painful inflammation! And there are more studies appearing all the time that commend acupuncture’s effectiveness.

Just what are these energy points? Your body has an innate system of energy communication, which forms the basis of acupuncture. By stimulating certain points, called acupoints, you can activate the flow of energy and remove any blockages in your body, which in turn restores communication and helps your organ functions reach their optimal level. More...  

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Shoulder Pain - the Neck Connection

Shoulder Pain - the Neck ConnectionBy Jaseng Center for Alternative Medicine

Shoulder pain is a very common complaint in the acupuncture clinic. These days it has become common for people to jerk their necks from side to side and to wriggle their shoulders up and down frequently throughout the day, trying in vain to release built up pressure and soreness. This bad habit, which can eventually wear down the cervical vertebrae and the tendons and muscles associated with them, stems from a variety of neck problems. More...


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GV20-Based Acupuncture for Animal Models of Acute Intracerebral Haemorrhage

The Effect of Electroacupuncture on Tendon Repair in a Rat Achilles Tendon Rupture Model

Comparisons of the Chemical Profiles, Cytotoxicities and Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Raw and Rice Wine-Processed Herba Siegesbeckiae (Xi Xian Cao)

Ask Dr. MaoQ: When I can’t fall asleep, should I stay in bed and keep trying or get up and do something?

A: It is important to prepare yourself for the resting period at night. Follow this simple regime:

  • Do not eat at least two hours prior to going to bed; in fact, your last meal should be no later than 7 PM, and you should go to bed no later than 10PM.
  • Take a 15-minute relaxing (not vigorous) walk in the fresh air about one hour prior to going to bed. Try to clear your daily calendar and not leave too many things unfinished, as these things tend to clutter the mind.
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