Acupuncture for healing Lyme Disease

Acupuncture for healing Lyme Lyme Disease is on the rise and is particularly difficult to treat. This article shows us the alternative way to treat. http://www.lyme-disease-research-database.com/lyme_disease_blog_files/acupuncture-for-healing-lyme.html Filed in: Lyme Disease Treatment I’ve written about acupressure for pain relief, now let’s talk about acupuncture. Yep, the kind with the needles.Recently, I got the chance to talk with an … Read more…

Mild cognitive impairment of stroke at subacute stage treated with acupuncture: a randomized controlled trial

OBJECTIVE: To verify the clinical efficacy of acupuncture for mild cognitive impairment of stroke at subacute stage.METHODS: One hundred patients at subacute stage of cerebral infarction or cerebral hemorrhage with scores of Montreal cognitive assessment (MoCA) less than 26 were randomly divided into an observation group and a control group,50 cases in each one. Based … Read more…

Acupuncture for distal symmetric multiple peripheral neuropathy of diabetes mellitus: a randomized controlled trial

Record Owner: From MEDLINE, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine. Status: MEDLINE Authors: Lu M; Li K; Wang J. Authors Full Name: Lu, Mei; Li, Kunshan; Wang, Jiali.   OBJECTIVE: To compare the clinical efficacy between acupuncture and intravenous administration of lipoic acid and alprostadil for distal symmetric multiple peripheral neuropathy of … Read more…

Treatment of PTSD: An Opportunity for the Practice of Integrated Medicine

Treatment of PTSD: An Opportunity for the Practice of Integrated Medicine By Bruce H. Robinson, MD, FACS, MSOM (Hon) Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is widespread across America today. Not only do many of our honored men and women in uniform bring it home with them from the war zones they have been active in, but … Read more…

Changing the Cultural View of Medicine

From Acupuncture Today By Shellie Rosen, DOM, LAc Many hospitals in the U.S. are incorporating integrative clinics that include Traditional Chinese Medicine. Cleveland Clinic has led the charge for adding a traditional Chinese herbal medicine clinic to their existing acupuncture program. This movement has been revolutionary. One reason they stand out is because of their … Read more…

Fibromyalgia and Chinese Medicine

Fibromyalgia and Chinese Medicine Jiang Liu, L.A.c,  Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Clinic, Little Rock, AR Fibromyalgia (FM) or fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) is chronic, widespread musculoskeletal pain and stiffness, as well as fatigue, poor sleep and the presence of localized tender points. This syndrome affects roughly four to six million Americans, 75% of whom are women between … Read more…

Acupuncture for Sports Performance Enhancement

Acupuncture for Sports Performance Enhancement By: Carl Hangee-Bauer, ND, L.Ac. At the 1993 Chinese National Games, nine Chinese women runners broke nine world records. In the 10,000 meter race, the previous record was broken by 42 seconds, an unbelievable time. The new 1500 meter record holder had been 73rd at the same distance the year before. … Read more…

Patient’s testimonial

One of my patient just sent me a testimonial. Please see the following. I was suffering from a ruptured disc in my lower back and could not walk without using a cane. Not wanting to go the surgery route again, I began acupuncture sessions on a weekly basis with Dr. Liu. after a few weeks, … Read more…

An Acupuncturist’s Approach to Migraines

An Acupuncturist’s Approach to Migraines By Tim Tanaka Many people who visit an acupuncturist’s office come with a history of chronic headache. While a headache may sometimes be a warning sign of a more serious medical condition, most types of head pain seen by an acupuncturist are either a tension headache, migraine, or a combination … Read more…