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by Tom Leichardt, DMQ (China)

There is a constant play, interaction, and exchange between the inner universe of our experience (microcosm) and the outer universe (macrocosm). Qigong is the practice of creating and maintaining harmony within and between these internal and external universes...

 

 

 

 

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by Tom Leichardt, DMQ (China)

Dao is the great and perfectly blended center of all things. Unnamable, timeless, and eternal, it is contained in all things, and the mother of all things. All that is known and unknown in the universe emerges from the Dao, and eventually dissolves back into the Dao. The Dao alone endures...

 

Editor's Note: Chinese Inner Alchemy & Medical Qigong is a 10 part series. Read Part 1: Qigong Introduced, Part 2: Three Regulations of Qigong.

 

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by Kath Bartlett, MS, LAc

Stress. We all have it. The question is, “How do I get rid of it?!”    

The answer lies not only in eliminating the causes, but also in learning to manage life’s curveballs. Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine are useful in the management end.  Lifestyle counseling can help with the causes. How can acupuncture help, and what can you do stop stress in its tracks?...

 

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by Sharon Sherman, MSOM, DOM, LOM

The sun is shining, the temps are up - it's summer and with the warmer season comes outdoor fun, sports and athletic activities. Unfortunately, with those sports can also come sports injuries. These athletic injuries are most often caused by trauma, like a fall or blow, or the overuse or misuse of certain muscles and the neighboring ligaments and tendons...


Editor's Note: Acupuncture is not only effective for speeding the healing of sports injuries, but it also improves athletic performance :) Acupuncturist Sharon Sherman highlights several studies demonstrating benefits of acupuncture for athletes.

 

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by Sara Calabro

Researchers from Georgetown recently showed that acupuncture in rats reduces a protein that’s associated with stress. While this gives hope to those for whom molecules make more sense than qi, it remains to be seen whether the findings can be replicated in humans...

 

Editor´s Note from Julia Sanfilippo: This informative article discusses the trigger-point pain referral patterns that cause "TMJ", which stands for temporomandibular joint. Jaw pain is a very common condition, caused by various factors such as stress, posture, and emotional tension. Although Western medicine offers few effective treatments, acupuncture is an excellent option to release muscle tension, decrease stress, and promote overall balance in the body.

 

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by Mitsie Vargas, DVM, CTCVMP

The holistic approach can be a life saver and in some cancer cases, a way to provide comfort and hospice care. In my practice I try to get pet owners to understand that a cancer diagnosis does not necessarily mean you need to euthanize your pet right away.  In my opinion, an integrative approach offers the best quality of life for the affected pets.

 

 

Editor's Note from Cathy Alinovi: Most people think of acupuncture therapy when they think of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. These people are often surprised to know animals can be treated, for often grave illnesses, without the use of acupuncture needles but with other traditional therapies.

 

 

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by Lynn Jaffee

I have lots of gardens in my yard; some are in the shade, some are sunny, and some are tucked into little corners that don’t get much attention.  I like to walk around my house and check what’s been growing, what’s flowering, and what needs a little weeding.  The other day, as I was checking out the green, I began to take stock of how many plants growing in my yard are actually Chinese herbs...

 

Editor's Note: Acupuncturist and author Lynn Jaffee writes an interesting piece about Chinese herbs found in the backyard. In acupuncture college we learn the herbs in a more esoteric way: identifying them in their dried and sliced form and learning the names in Chinese and Latin. Its quite removed from looking at the actual plant growing in the garden.

 

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