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This show is a rebroadcast from an August 15, 2011 interview. Socially Speaking hosts, Tracy Traut and Kathy Sipple, speak with Mark Zaranski of East Wind Acupuncture in Chesterton.
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What is acupuncture besides all those needles? Does it hurt? According to a 2009 National Health Statistic Report, between 1997 and 2007, the number of people who visited acupuncturists tripled to 17.6 million visits. Could it be right for you? Subscribe to the enewsletter on www.thespiweshow.com to get weekly descriptions of upcoming shows.
This popular show is now here again for you to listen to and download. I interviewed Kaye Gartner who has been a practicing Acupuncturist and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioner for 20 years. Kaye explores how this 2000 year old practice can assist you in your health and longevity. Kaye is clinical director of Kaye Gartner's Health Centre in Mosman, Sydney, which she established in 1997. She has mentored new graduate practitioners into successful careers in both acupuncture and
Acupuncture is proven to treat depression, anxiety, and other mood disorders. Today I talk with Lisa Knickmeyer, L.ac, of www.LisaKnickmeyer.com about how you can use acupuncture to treat your depression.
In this episode:
Using acupuncture to treat depression, anxiety and stress Does acupuncture work better than antidepressants What herbs are best to treat depression Can acupuncture be used in conjunction with antidepressants Can acupuncture help you get off your medication
A Board-certified Acupuncturist and Chinese Medical Herbalist, Lisa's practice is based on an integrative approach to Chinese Medicine, combining a variety of healing modules customized for optimal health and patient well-being. Lisa graduated with honors from the Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Lisa Has earned an Advanced Certification in Constitutional Facial Acupuncture Renewal from one of the country's foremost authorities on Facial Acupuncture. Her extensive training also includes certifications in Microcurrent Electro-Acupuncture, Basic and Accelerated Rehabilitation, and Techniques of the Ideal Weight Program.
Guest host Emily Russell, of Russell Health & Wellness and Shaklee Distributor, will be talking with Laura Zaranski, M.S. L.Ac., the clinic director for East Wind Acupuncture about Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Acupuncture. They will discuss the similarites and differences between eastern and western medicine, what health issues TCM can help treat, and how TCM and acupuncture can help you to acheive a greater state of health and wellness.
The theory is based on the same principles as Acupuncture proclaiming that each tooth in the mouth represents a meridian or channel through which the body's qi, or energy passes. Every meridian associated with a particular tooth has a relationship with other areas of the body. The theory is based on Traditional Chinese Medicine, and has been used as a method to treat a variety of ailments for thousands of years. However, does Acupuncture actually work? Is there any scientific evidence that
Charlotte View talk about Infertility and holistic medicine with Acupuncturist and Oriental Medicine specialist, Margot Dragon. Her training includes over 3000 hours of lecture in both Oriental and Western medicine, along with herbal and clinical practice. Her interests are Asian food therapy and body diagnosis.
Short Link: http://tobtr.com/s/4448973 In Chinese medicine, gynecology and obstetrics have a long history, and some of the earliest recordings are over three thousand years old. Diagnosis is determined using pulse and tongue, in addition to how a women is feeling, and the symptoms that she is experiencing. Each acupuncture treatment and herbs are prescribed, based on those present symptoms and are adjusted as the patient feels better. Today the medicine is used for a variety of issues from: Headaches, menopausal symptoms, hypertension, PMS, controlling menstrual flow, regulating menstrual cycles, bleeding between periods, urination issues, dizziness, depression, mood swings, anxiety, infertility, miscarriage, morning sickness, back pain during pregnancy as well as other health related issues.
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Chinese medicine offers integrative support for Parkinson’s and other movement disorders. Scalp acupuncture, in particular, is effective with various health issues related to what patients suffer from. This interview with Pete Doyle, Acupuncturist from New York City, explores this great resource.
Most smokers know of the health risks with smoking. In many States such as Illinois the legislature has placed additional taxes on tobacco products to raise revenue and to discourage smoking. In Illinois the tax went up an additional $1 putting a pack of cigarettes at $6 or $7. Most folks want to quit and have tried many different approaches. Ear electro-acupuncture is an effective and natural way to quit. Dr. Scott Selvidge, chiropractor, will join us today to tell of
Brad Baldwin LAc, is a licensed Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner and earned his Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at the Texas College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. His website is www.MetalMonkey-Austin.com. What is acupuncture? What are some common misconceptions people have about acupuncture? What can acupuncture treat? How are Chinese herbs used in conjunction with acupuncture? Brad answers these questions and more! Awakening in Austin showcases the diverse and
Join me as I interview Dr. Jen Bowers about acupuncture and fertility: Jen Bowers “I love to make babies.” Dr. Bowers is an acupuncturist who also works with Chinese Herbs. She is passionate about Chinese Medicine and love to see the changes it can help people make in their lives. She is dedicated to making acupuncture accessible and available to everyone. She loves working with clients to help them achieve their optimum health through acupuncture, herbs, diet and lifes