The Difference between Chinese and Medical Acupuncture Bellingham

Some see acupuncture as an exotic or mystical healing art that has not been tried by the majority of people living in the United States.  Most of these people only know about acupuncture by information fed to them by the corporate media through television most of the time. A lot… Continue reading

Emotional Relief with Acupuncture Bellingham

In modern Western societies, matter and spirit are seen as detached from each other or as separate distinct aspects of a human being.  Spirit is not considered part of the body and vice versa.  Practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine do not see both body and spirit as detached from each… Continue reading

The Importance of the Kidneys in Traditional Chinese Medicine

The way traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and Western medicine view the human body is fundamentally different.  The way TCM perceives the major organs of the body goes beyond their specific physiological functions.  TCM associates the organs with certain psychological and emotional aspects as well.  Western medicine on the other hand… Continue reading

Treating Digestive Problems with Bellingham Acupuncture

The closer our lifestyle is with Nature, the healthier we become.  However, because of the fast life modern living entails, our body needs to cope with so many hazards to health.  The food we eat, for example, is a joke compared to the organic food eaten by people in less… Continue reading

Acupuncture Bellingham a Viable Infertility Treatment

Infertility is a disorder that affects certain men and women all over the world.  For women infertility strikes one out of every six women.  One of the more common causes of female infertility are endometriosis, ovulation problems and blocked fallopian tubes.  There are reproductive assisted programs for women who are… Continue reading

Acupuncture Bellingham and Reproductive Assisted Programs

Acupuncture Bellingham is an ancient Oriental healing tradition whose aim is to restore balance of energy (chi) in the body to advance health and remove blockages and dysfunctions.  Several thin gold or stainless steel needles are applied into 400 or more energy points called acupoints (although not all acupoints are… Continue reading

The Study of Bellingham Acupuncture

At the start of the acupuncture study, there were participants who had an average back dysfunction score of 10.6 in which the score range zero to 23. All groups showed improvements in dysfunction at the end of the eight-week treatment period. After eight weeks of treatment the researchers found that… Continue reading

Traditional Chinese Bellingham Acupuncture

Bellingham Acupuncture involves the insertion of fine needles into the body at specific points that have shown over thousands of years of practice to be effective in treating specific conditions and illnesses. There are 365 Classical points located along 14 Meridians, or lines of energy that cover the entire body…. Continue reading

Bellingham Acupuncture and Pregnancy

It is useful to look at the historical context in which Bellingham acupuncture for pregnancy developed to realize the ways that it may be utilized. A sturdy son was desired in particular, since it would be he who would tend the shrine of his departed antecedents. Chinese Medicine developed to… Continue reading

The Development of Acupuncture in Bellingham to Medicine and Science

Acupuncture in Bellingham also has its history. The first ever known text for acupuncture is the Nei Ching Su Wen.  Ever since it came out, there has been a great deal of controversy about the exact origins and authorship of this book. The Nei Ching Su Wen is divided into… Continue reading