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Heart (A Traditional Chinese Medicine Perspective)

Heart..!
The nonstop auto-self- pump that keeps us live… it’s like flame of fire that burns constantly as long as there is air and material to be consumed… maybe that’s why ancient Traditional medicine practitioners agreed to compare Heart’s characteristics with characteristics of “Fire.”
Simply put it.., a heart’s main job is to pump enough blood quantity […]

By |October 18th, 2014|Acupuncture Los Angeles, Blog|0 Comments

Herbs With Healing Properties

Please click on the attached link for some information about some types of herbs and their potential healing properties. Always seek professional advice before starting a new regimen of supplements or herbs as their may be information specific to your condition(s) that may require further insight. Your chiropractor or acupuncturist should be able […]

By |October 15th, 2014|Acupuncture Los Angeles, Blog, Chiropractor Los Angeles|0 Comments

A New Year for Health

No need to start the new year with the pressure commonly associated with an endless list of resolutions. Instead, just open your mind and assess your overall present health. With an awareness comes a sense of purpose that may genuinely motivate a change in fitness, spine care and nutrition for years to come. […]

Arthritis (What, When, Why, Where and How?)

Please take a look at our video blog on the topic of arthritis by clicking on the link below.

Understanding arthritis related pain can be an important first step in then knowing how to treat specific arthritis related concerns.  Chiropractic, Pilates, acupuncture and massage are a few of the ways that arthritis can be significantly helped.

https://www.youtube.com/edit?ns=1&video_id=LIwuWnem93g

Spleen continued…

We had examined on identity of Spleen at an earlier blog its general functions and relationship with liver.

As we have discussed on the foundational concepts of traditional medicine before there is Qi element involved with every organ in human system.  Spleen Qi is one of the main elements in our practice.  This Qi is directly […]

By |October 12th, 2014|Acupuncture Los Angeles, Blog|0 Comments

What is Spleen?

What is Spleen?
Spleen is located behind the stomach below the diaphragm.  In modern medicine spleen is categorized only into an immune system where it filters blood and removes old and damaged red blood cells, bacteria and other particles.  It also produces lymphocytes which is a type of white blood cell.  Some MDs tell their patients […]

By |October 12th, 2014|Acupuncture Los Angeles, Blog|0 Comments

Improve the Way Your Neck Feels With Added Flexibility and Strength

It is important to note that within the confines of any spinal/ joint injury whether it involves the neck or another spinal region where there is sufficient injury to the spinal musculature or ligaments, an alteration of the normal primary and secondary curvatures of the spine may occur.  With a change in curvature this renders an abnormal spinal structural relationship […]

FDA Warns of Risks Of Cortisone Injections

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By |October 8th, 2014|Acupuncture Los Angeles, Blog, Chiropractor Los Angeles|0 Comments

Heart blood deficiency………

With heart Qi deficiency.., we have observed energy related conditions of heart.

Now let’s discuss Heart Blood deficiency.  As we all know the heart is a cancer-free organ mainly because it moves constantly by its nature.  Likewise, as a well would flow ceaselessly if able to not become contaminated.  Heart’s main job is pumping blood for […]

By |October 7th, 2014|Acupuncture Los Angeles, Blog|0 Comments

What is Acupuncture?

What is Acupuncture?

…glad you asked the question…!

In my effort of conveying the concept of it, let me ask you couple of questions..
What comes to mind when you think of characters such as Maximus in “Gladiator”, Luke SkyWalker in “Star Wars” and William Wallace in “Brave Heart”? Can you associate the characters with the word […]

By |October 6th, 2014|Acupuncture Los Angeles, Blog|0 Comments