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Whether your Fire energy has lost a little or a lot of your joy, receiving Five Element acupuncture on your Fire meridians can restore your Fire energy.

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Five Elements

Seasonal acupuncture treatments are special treatments in Five Element acupuncture that enhance the extra energy available to an Element and its vital organs during its season.

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The heart meridian plays a vital role in our well-being and quality of life. Without a healthy heart meridian, life can be drab, boring and joyless.

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Dr. Kowalski, I can never thank you enough for keeping me going.  Where I was when I walked in your door and where I am now is nothing short of miraculous.  You have to be the “BEST” acupuncturist in this country.  I am blessed.  Also, thanks to your lovely staff that reflects your kindness and […]

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Self-care Tips

The key to dealing with stress and taking better care of yourself is to maintain a positive attitude. This is often easier said than done, so here are ten tips to make this season more manageable.

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Autumn is traditionally the time of year which follows the harvest. When the harvest is bountiful, this signals a year of plenty ahead. In this way, autumn is associated with being thankful and grateful for reaping a good harvest. The Thanksgiving holiday is based on this tradition of gratitude in the autumn season. It is […]

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To celebrate Self-Improvement Month, take steps to be your best you! Whether you’re taking large strides or baby steps, what matters most is that you grow in a positive direction. Here are five tips to help you become the best YOU that you can be. 1. Manage Your Stress Stress not only adversely affects your […]

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Since the treatment I have not experienced any discomfort in my abdomen, back, or upper rib cage. In fact I actually felt better than before the pain attack. I am able to perform daily living skills without difficulty. As I have lost several pounds, (6) according to my scale, I have hopefully broken the 142 […]

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Thousands of years ago, the Chinese had a deep understanding of the Laws of Nature, and lived according to these natural laws. They observed that all of Nature is comprised of five elements: Wood, Fire, Earth, Air (which they later called Metal) and Water. They realized that each of these elements has distinct qualities, related […]

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  In Summer, Nature is alive with activity! Days are longer, the sun is hotter, plants are flowering, and crops are growing in the fields. The Fire Element is in full bloom, both in Nature and in people.Summer is the season of joy, laughter, fun, intimacy, love, and yes, hot summer days. Here in sunny […]

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