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November 14, 2016

Blood deficiency:

In Chinese Medicine Blood has a nourishing and moistening function. It is derived mostly from food Qi produced by the Spleen. Blood deficiency is one of the most common patterns seen in women. There is a distinction between Liver Blood deficiency (cram...

April 7, 2015

Do Acupuncture Needles Hurt?

 by Paul Kerzner

https://www.aboveandbeyondacupuncture.com/do-acupuncture-needles-hurt-scottsdale-acupuncture-phoenix-tempe/

 

One of the most important tools a licensed acupuncturist uses when practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine is the acu...

October 18, 2014

 

September 2, 2014

Please watch this very creative video explainig the philosophy about Yin and YAng

 

August 29, 2014

Five Elements Cycle

Have you ever wondered why people react in different ways to situations? Do you find yourself puzzled as to why you find it easier to connect with some more than others?

Do you know someone who struggles to make decisions?

Or is too sensitive and wears...

June 8, 2013

 

I have been inspired by lovely Stacey Chapman from Stepping Stones to write a blog while studying acupuncture.

I found it fascinating that an extremely thin piece of metal (an acupuncture needle) can have such a profound affect on resolving the issues of a person’s hea...

January 9, 2013

The theory of yin and yang is the most fundamental concept of traditional Chinese medicine. One of the major beliefs of TCM is that all things in the universe are either yin or yang. However, there are no absolutes: nothing is ever all yin or all yang, but a balance be...

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