Posts Tagged ‘headache’

Getting the Most Out of Acupuncture: Stress Relief

Feeling stressed has become so common in modern times that many people don’t even consider it an illness. Yet, stress can create some very real symptoms, both emotional (anxiety, irritability, worry) and physical (headache, tense muscles, shortness of breath). Long-term stress can contribute to ailments like high blood pressure, hardening of the arteries, irritable bowel,

Reminder: New Office Open in One Week!

Our Worcester office will be open starting Monday, January 5, 2009. That’s just one week away! We are taking appointments now for the first week of January; just call the office at (508) 890-8899. How do you know if acupuncture is right for you? See our Conditions Treated page for a list of issues that

Treating Stroke With Chinese Medicine

Over the years, I have treated several patients for side effects due to having a stroke. Both acupuncture and herbs can be effective for symptoms such as headache, paralysis, and facial palsy. Generally, treatment should start as soon as possible after the stroke (once the patient has been stabilized) to get the best results. The

The Many Benefits of Tai Chi

The five foundations of Traditional Chinese Medicine are acupuncture, herbal medicine, dietary therapy, tui-na massage, and internal exercise.  Internal exercise is the term given to tai chi and qi gong practice.  It describes coordinated, graceful movements which are performed with a meditative mindset, with the intent of improving health and balance in the body. While

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