Many people receive acupuncture for a variety of reasons. Whatever those reasons may be, there are a number of effective ways to complement your treatment between your sessions.
Many basketball fans know that it’s time for NCAA’s March Madness. Whether you’re cheering for your favourite teams or hearing about the tournament in the news, you may not be aware that there are number of basketball players who receive acupuncture treatments.
March 21st is the first official day of spring. The sun starts shining longer, the birds are chirping, and flowers start to bloom everywhere.
March 6-13th is National Sleep Awareness Week. In honour of this occasion, I thought I’d share with you how acupuncture can help you to have a more restful sleep.
Although eczema presents itself with external symptoms, it is generally an internal condition. Because acupuncture investigates the root cause of a condition or ailment, it may the perfect solution to help alleviate your unpleasant symptoms of eczema.
If you suffer from arthritis, then you know how much of a pain the cold can be, literally. Acupuncture is an effective solution to help alleviate your pain during the winter months.
Winter is commonly known as cold and flu season. But that doesn’t mean you should expect to get sick every year.
The decision to quit smoking is an important one to make. Not only is it the right decision, but it is one that requires commitment and dedication.
The fear of needles is one of the top reasons why people feel hesitant about having acupuncture treatments. But for acupuncturists like myself who know the many benefits of acupuncture, the fear of needles should not be a factor.