Directions for Use for Clinical Patients As we have been informed, there is no treatment or “cure” for Covid19 that has been scientifically validated. The clinical formulas that I provide for patients are classified generally as herbs that “expel external pathogenic evils” according to Chinese medicine. The goal of these formulas is to moderate symptoms, … Continue reading How to Use External Pathogenic Herbs
While doctors work to limit opioid prescriptions, patients are left to suffer in pain.
Irregular Bleeding, PMS symptoms, and gynecological conditions may all point to imbalances that can lead to a difficult pregnancy, trouble conceiving, or miscarriage according to traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). Presently my acupuncture clinic specializes in Veteran Care, PTSD, and Pain Management; however, years ago I had a large infertility practice at a hormonal health clinic. … Continue reading 12 Imbalances to Correct Before Conception: Chinese Medicine for Infertility
This question was posed to me during a radio interview and I had to pause for a moment to answer this insightful query. I knew the answer, but could not go into the complex theories of traditional Chinese medicine to provide an answer and had to come up with a simple explanation. My condensed reply … Continue reading What Do Emotions Have to Do With Pain?
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 800-273-8255 I have been helping patients get off of anti-depressants for decades and have witnessed the clinical efficiency of utilizing acupuncture and herbal therapy for depression. Recent studies affirm my experiences showing that acupuncture is a cost-effective and efficient way to reverse depression. As discussed in a previous blog linked here, … Continue reading Treating Depression with Acupuncture and Herbs