Posts Tagged ‘acupuncture’

Blood donation appeal

Summer is finally here and so is this annual appeal for our blood drive. Summer brings extra need and fewer donations because of vacations. We’re a little anxious because our schedule isn’t filling up and we’re in danger of failing … Continue reading

Spring is Here – So Is Allergy Relief

Spring is here!!! At least that’s what the calender says. With Spring’s sunshine and flowers come wind and pollen, which for many people signals the onset of allergy season. Tree pollens are the most prevalent pollens in the spring and … Continue reading

PurduePharma, with the approval of the FDA, has unleashed another med on the unsuspecting public and it’s a skull-spinning doozy. Watch for it on your local stations: a sleep aid medication called INTERMEZZO. What a wonderful name – springtime, fresh … Continue reading

So You Want Science? Here it is!!

From our friends at Rodale.com: 6 Science-Based Benefits of Acupuncture Therapy. www.rodale.com/acupuncture-therapy    

Hey James, Will acupuncture help my…?

Q: “I get frequent migraine headaches. I use Imitrex but sometimes I don’t catch it in time and I don’t like the side effects. Can acupuncture help?” A: Yes, acupuncture can help with all kinds of headaches. If you come … Continue reading

To The Point – How Acupuncture Works

Acupuncture is one form of therapy used with the system of healing referred to as Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) or Oriental Medicine. TCM also includes herbology, nutrition, physical therapy and special exercises such at Tai Chi and Qi Gong. It … Continue reading