In 5 Element Acupuncture, spring is associated with the Wood Element, which involves the Liver (planning) and Gall Bladder (decision-making) meridians.Continue Reading...
Acupuncture is a useful method to help get our resolutions back on track by giving us the extra support we need to keep us moving forward.Continue Reading...
Acupuncture is effective in assisting infertile couples to get pregnant. In my practice I see a 70% first time IVF success rate when treating infertility.Continue Reading...
Millions of Americans suffer from some form of depression. Anti-depressants are the third most common prescription medication. 5 Element Acupuncture is an effective alternative to anti-depressants and can resolve the unique root cause of depression for any individual.Continue Reading...
Did you know about these statistics that prove why acupuncture continues to grow in acceptance and use? They prove it’s because acupuncture is effective!Continue Reading...
October 24, 2014 is Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Day. AOM Day is designed to increase awareness of the benefits of acupuncture and Oriental medicine.Continue Reading...
The flu shot is successful in preventing or limiting cases of the flu in about 60% of the people who receive it. Why isn’t the flu vaccine more effective?Continue Reading...
I often get asked, “What is the difference between Worsley 5 Element acupuncture (5 Element) and other types of acupuncture?” It’s a good question. Many folks don’t realize that there are several styles of acupuncture.Continue Reading...
One of the most effective treatments for running injuries is also the oldest – acupuncture. While acupuncture treatment for running injuries isn’t new, its use in sports medicine in the U.S. is still growing.Continue Reading...
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