Feng Shui Basics

You might have heard of Feng Shui referred to in the Western world as a tradition that’s similar to interior design. However, in Chinese culture, Feng shui is understood as a far more complex and rich system. It is a practice intended to create harmony in our interior space, and relates to our personal energy, … Read more

Research Update: Ear Acupuncture for Acute Sore Throat

In a 2015 study published by the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, researchers found auricular acupuncture treatments, provided extended pain relief and people needed fewer dosages of pain medications. According to the study, a specific type of acupuncture, known as Battlefield Acupuncture (BFA) was used to treat 56 patients who were afflicted … Read more

Nutrition for Heart Health

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) nutrition combines ancient wisdom with modern science. TCM nutrition is a holistic approach, which aims to balance all five flavors within most meals with one or two flavors being emphasized for therapeutic purposes. TCM nutrition for hypertension emphasizes bitter flavors, sour flavors, and energetically-cooling foods. TCM theory states the bitter flavor … Read more

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a Healthy Heart

In the spirit of Valentine’s day, let’s talk about heart health. Did you know, the heart will beat over 100,000 times pumping roughly 2,000 gallons of blood each day! Heart health is massively important to one’s overall wellbeing. When the heart is strong, circulation will be sufficient, the body will be well-nourished, and the pulse will reflect … Read more

The Human Heart; an Element of Fire

The organs in Chinese medicine are more than just a physical representation. The organs include not only their physiological function but also their mental, emotional, spiritual, and elemental qualities that align with nature and the seasons. Let’s explore the heart and unique perspective Traditional Chinese Medicine can offer. The heart season is summer, and the … Read more

When is the Lunar New Year

The Lunar New Year celebration is a festival unlike any other. Also known as the Chinese New Year and Spring Festival, this celebration does not hold a specific date, rather it is based on the lunar calendar. The 12th lunar month marks the end of the previous year, with the capstone Lantern Festival landing in … Read more

ASK THE ACUPUNCTURIST…

      by Charles F. Stueber, DAc, LAc, Dipl. Ac, Nationally Board Certified (NCCAOM)     “Why would I get Acupuncture?” The four reasons that people get acupuncture are for Pain Relief, Digestive Problems, Internal Organ Problems, Better Health or when their medical doctor tells them they have to “live with it”. “How does … Read more

Coronavirus and Traditional Chinese Medicine: What You Need to Know Now

By Dr. Alexandra Stueber, DACM, L.Ac It’s all anyone is talking about these days: Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its rapid spread across the world. As of this writing, there have been over 111,000 reported cases of Coronavirus including a few right here close to home. Much of the focus has been on the mortality rate of … Read more

Don’t Suffer with Seasonal Allergies

Picture it: it’s a gorgeous spring morning! The birds are chirping, the sun is shining, and it’s the perfect temperature for a outdoor nice walk. And then it hits. Sneezing. Itchy eyes. Scratchy throat. It seems Mother Nature is in overdrive generating pollen, grass, and other seasonal allergens that send your sinuses into overdrive. You … Read more

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