Acupuncture

Thieving Wind: Acupuncture to Restore the Will & Resurrect the Spirit

Acupuncture is as effective in treating mental-emotional issues as physical ailments. Psychological issues are one of my main interests as a clinician of Chinese medicine. I’ve used acupuncture to regulate my own mental health as well as that of my patients for years, with much...

Clearing Toxic Buildup: Freeing the Back, Joints and Vessels with Acupuncture

Toxic buildup is one of most common causes of recurrent, residual and chronic illness. Chinese medicine discusses toxic buildup in depth in the medical classics Su Wen (Simple Questions) and Ling Shu (the Spiritual Pivot). These are the two books upon which most of Chinese...

Moving Forward in Life: Acupuncture to Treat Problems Rooted in Past Trauma

Many of our problems in life, including health challenges, involve the passage of time and difficulties inherent with that. Within Chinese medicine, the Liver is the acupuncture channel (and organ) associated with the passage of time, especially our past. The Liver’s acupuncture channel is the major...

Healing Insight: Acupuncture to Change Addictive, Destructive Patterns

The art of acupuncture is knowing where a person is located in their healing process. In medical language this is called “progression” or “transmission.” It is the healing journey. Classical acupuncture teaches that a healer must understand where a patient is currently living in their disease...