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In late autumn, the trees shed their leaves which rot and decay on the ground, and eventually disintegrate and enrich the soil with their trace minerals.  Shedding the old leaves in autumn makes way for new growth in the spring. There is a symbolic lesson for us in this natural death cycle of autumn: we must let go of the old to make way for the new.

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Every patient I’ve seen since the pandemic started knows I’ve been very careful to follow all CDC guidelines to avoid the spread of this contagious and deadly virus. So I was shocked and disappointed when I developed a cough and sore throat soon after getting back home.

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Your Thyroid May Be Messing With You

Conventional medical physicians typically rely solely on blood tests to eliminate thyroid dysfunction issues. However, many people with normal thyroid blood levels actually have a thyroid imbalance, from a Functional Medicine perspective. For these patients who go undiagnosed, it can be hard to find proper treatment.

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I treat my fertility patients with a whole person/whole family approach, relying heavily on acupuncture. I integrate special acupuncture fertility points with my Five Element acupuncture treatments, to balance the underlying root cause of each individual’s fertility issues.

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Dr. Michael Teaches for FSOMA 2020

Acupuncture colleagues from around Florida gave Dr. Michael high marks about how much they gained from his lecture, driving several to sign up for more courses on Five Element acupuncture that Dr. Michael offers through the 5 Element Institute.

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Do you want to deepen your understanding of the Five Elements, and how they manifest in your body and emotions? This online course is for acupuncturists, other healthcare providers, and patients interested in learning about Five Element acupuncture.

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We apologize in advance if any of these new safety procedures are inconvenient or seem unnecessary to you. However, we believe we all need to do our part to keep not only ourselves safe, but also help keep others safe – especially the most at-risk people in our community.

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In light of the evolving COVID-19 crisis, I would like to personally share the steps we are taking to protect our patients and employees.

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Optimistic Woman

March is celebrated as the month when optimism rises within you. It is like the seed that germinates and has a powerful potential for growth. There is also a powerful possibility for growth and change within you.

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For many, the shorter days and reduced sun exposure of winter bring colder weather and a colder mood. These “winter blues” cause you to feel less joyful and more sadness.

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