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How Does Acupuncture Help with Your Digestive Function?

If you have digestive problems but prefer non-drug alternative methods, acupuncture has shown to be an effective treatment. Like chiropractic, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) also pursues a holistic approach to wellness with a particular focus on gut health. Acupuncture is one of the Chinese medicine methods that can target specific acupuncture points on the body …

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Pinpointing the Advantages of Acupuncture: Top 4 Benefits

When it comes to medical practices, one of the most prominent treatment methods since ancient times is acupuncture. It’s a time-tested technique that steadily grows in popularity due to its many benefits. It can offer relief for many different ailments, and many healthcare practitioners use it in conjunction with other forms of treatment to maximise …

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TAKE-A-BREAK

Take a Break: Your Past Isn’t Your Future Which Isn’t Your Present

So why do we sit and think about things we’ve done in the past; possibly regretting decisions we’ve made? Sitting there, comparing yourself to random strangers, forgetting how unique we are? Comparing ourselves to our own past as though we are a different person? Sitting worrying about the future, worrying about if we are enough, …

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DRY-NEEDLING

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DRY NEEDLING AND ACUPUNCTURE?

Acupuncture | Acupuncturist | Dry Needling | What is the Difference?  Is Dry Needling Acupuncture?  Technically YES, as anytime a someone inserts an acupuncture needle into the body, they are performing acupuncture. HOWEVER, Dry Needling is just a subtype of acupuncture, one of many that a Registered Acupuncturist will learn at University.  So what is the difference …

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