Acupuncture NYC Analgesia

Acupuncture analgesia is a fairly uncomplicated process without the need of any drugs.  Needles are inserted and manipulated to enable a loss of sensation in the involved area where an operation is to be done.  The professional enabling the acupuncture analgesia manipulates the needles with his hand or with an… Continue reading

Acupuncture New York and Menopause

Menopause is a phase that signals the end of a woman’s ovulation. It marks the cessation of a woman’s reproductive ability. Symptoms of menopause usually last for a few months to a handful of years. Symptoms can be mild to severe and can include hot flashes, night sweats, sleeplessness, fatigue,… Continue reading

Acupuncture Orlando for Insomnia Problems

In Western medical theory, all types of insomnia are rendered the same medical solution – pharmaceutical medications.  Traditional Chinese Medical (TCM), on the other hand, needs to know what factor caused the insomnia since treatment approaches for particular types of insomnia vary.  In order to determine what type of insomnia… Continue reading

Acupuncture New York and Respiratory Health

The rise in respiratory diseases has always correlated with the increasing air pollution coming from vehicles, factories and others.  Respiratory disease is a serious problem in many cities especially in third world countries where 20 to even 50 year-old diesel engines are still being used for mass transportation enabled by… Continue reading

Acupuncture Philadelphia Treatment

Acupuncture Philadelphia was discovered in China for more than 3000 years.  It was only introduced in the United States in the 1970’s and because of its effectiveness in treating many kinds of illnesses it also became popular in Canada and Europe.  Acupuncture is about the application of reed thin needles… Continue reading

Bellvue Acupuncture Treatment for Depression

Bellvue Acupuncture, an ancient Chinese form of treatment is about the application of hair thin needles into strategic points in the body. Acupuncture is derived from the Latin “acus” for needle while “pungere”, means to prick.  Acupuncture is part of traditional Chinese traditional medicine (TCM) for over 2000 years.  According… Continue reading