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Scar Reduction With Acupuncture & Microneedling (Part 2)
Protocols & treatment Timing
Five Branches University Has First Hospital TCM Residency
Established in 1984, Five Branches University (FBU) has campuses in Santa Cruz and San Jose, Calif., which serve the communities of Santa Cruz, the Monterey Bay, and Silicon Valley.
The winter season is upon us and offers unique challenges for the clinician and patient alike. To effectively navigate through the winter season there are two main TCM medicinals, Huang Qi and Gan Jiang, to consider, as well as two important formulas which feature these two TCM treasures.
Prepare for the End, From the Beginning: Wealth Building and Retirement with the Tao
Yin and yang flow into and out from one another continually. Beginnings become endings and endings become beginnings again. Wholeness and cycles are the nature of Tao.
Nutrition for Menopause: Front-Line Therapy for All Phases
Of all the changes women experience during their reproductive life, there is no doubt the most dreaded are the three phases of menopause. This is not surprising since all of the symptoms associated with menopause are replete with unpleasantness.
The Acupuncture Channel System (Part 1)
The earliest Chinese reference to channels is in the Mawangdui Medical Manuscripts,1 which are dated to the Warring States period of the Zhou Dynasty (475 BC-221 AD). The text presents 11 channels. There are no acupuncture points listed in those channels.
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Our Country Needs Us Between Elections, Too; Continuing Care: We Aren't There Yet; Our Associations Need to Do More.
A Conversation With Dr. Betty Edmond
This month's column is an exclusive interview with Betty Edmond MD, newly elected CEO/President of the AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine in Austin, Texas.
Low Back Pain in Running Athletes
After 7 million years of adapting to upright postures, the lumbar spine and pelvis have become remarkably adept at managing ground-reactive forces associated with running.
An Opportunity & a Responsibility
Nearly 80 Americans die from an opioid-related overdose every day, and spine-related pain is one of the principle drivers of opioid use. This unfortunate situation creates both an opportunity and a responsibility.
Another Step Forward for Chiropractic
Chiropractic is now available to 86,000-plus Latter-Day Saints missionaries and you are invited to become a provider. LDS membership in not required; our only concern is that our missionaries get the best quality care available.
True Practice Mobility for the Chiropractic Profession
When natural disasters occur, chiropractors can literally travel to the other side of the world to offer humanitarian relief in less than a day. The chiropractor's license to legally practice, however, can't make it past the state line.
An Education in Gluten Sensitivity
A relatively new syndrome officially documented as non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS) or gluten sensitivity (GS) was officially recognized and published in the new list of gluten-related disorders in 2012.
News in Brief
Updated Neck Pain & Whiplash Guideline; Attention, IHS DCs; New VP of Institutional Advancement At Palmer; N.J. DC Interns At U.S. Olympic Training Center; Chiropractic Society Of R.I. On The Front Lines.
Qigong for Substance Abuse
It is commonly believed that substance abuse, in addition to harming one’s physiological state, hurts the spirit. There is also a belief that one’s spirit does not weaken due to substance abuse, but rather, the person finds solace in addiction due to an already weak spirit.
Let's Clear Up the Collection Confusion
This is an often-misunderstood practice swirling with misinformation. First, a few basics: Insurance is a contract between the patient and the insurance company. The insurance company is simply making a payment for services or care on behalf of the patient.
Crow Like the Rooster
As we welcome in the Year of the Rooster, we look at some of its major characteristics: confidence and communication, which suits the image we have of the Rooster...strutting in the farmyard, crowing to the others that it's time to wake up.
Anti-Aging With Dr. Ping Zhang
Jennifer Waters, TCM practitioner and writer of the Acupuncture Today column, "Talking With the Masters" sat down with Dr. Ping Zhang to discuss aniti-aging with acupuncture.
A New Year and Vision for the ACA
Inadequate pain management coupled with the epidemic of prescription opioid overuse and abuse has taken a severe toll on the lives of millions of people in the United States. Every day, more than 1,000 people are treated in the ER for misusing prescription opioids.
The Case Report: A Valuable Tool
Case reports are a valuable form of descriptive research. The most basic form of practice-based research, a case report is a detailed account of the history, presenting symptoms, assessment, observations, treatment and follow-up of an individual patient, discussed in the context of prior and potential future research.
Flirting With Alternative Therapies
There are about as many adjunct therapies being marketed to acupuncturists as there are acupuncturists. While some may remain purist in their application of traditional Chinese medicine, others choose to explore new horizons of treatment.
Shoulder Rehab: Start With the Scapula
The scapula is an incredible display of elegance and movement within the biomechanics of human motion. It's evolved for mobility and stability in the scapulo-thoracic region, giving us the ability to do things that are uniquely human, such as throwing with accuracy.
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This Tuesday, September 14 - Massage Envy® Hosts Nationwide One-Day Massage For The Cure to Benefit Susan G. Komen For The Cure®
Dallas, Texas -- Sep 10, 2010 / (www.myprgenie.com) -- This Tuesday, September 14, 2010 Massage Envy will host a one-day fundraiser event, Massage for the Cure, which will offer one-hour therapeutic massages for $49, to raise funds for the Dallas/Fort Worth affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. $15 from each massage will be donated to the DFW affiliate to be used for breast cancer education, screening and treatment programs in the DFW area. Massage for the Cure is a national event, with an expected 620 Massage Envy centers across 42 states participating. 27 DFW locations will participate.
*Reservations for appointments will be accepted by phone or in person. You do not have to be a Massage Envy member to make an appointment. Walk-ins are welcome.
$49 for a one--hour therapeutic massage, $15 will be donated directly to the Dallas/Fort Worth affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Additional donations greatly appreciated.
A gratuity for the therapist is also suggested.
Since Massage for the Cure's inception in 2005, Massage Envy has raised more than $1.4 million to support breast cancer research for regional Affiliates of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, funding breast cancer education, screening and treatment initiatives.
Massage Envy Franchising, LLC, based in Scottsdale, Arizona, is the leading provider of therapeutic massage and spa services in the United States. The national franchise of massage centers is dedicated to providing professional and affordable therapeutic massage and healthy skin facials to consumers with busy lifestyles at convenient times and locations.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure is the global leader in the movement to end breast cancer having invested more than $1.5 billion since its inception in 1982. As the world's largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists, Komen works to save lives, empower people, ensure quality care for all and energize science to find the cures.
Massage Envy - Dallas/Fort Worth Locations
Log on to www.massageenvy.com to find the nearest Massage Envy clinic. There are 27 Massage Envy locations throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and 620 nationwide. All are open seven days per week.