Chris shares his healing perspective on common conditions that acupuncture can help.
In Chinese medical theory, insomnia is often contributed to an excess of Yang energy that becomes trapped in the forehead, eyes, and other sensory organs. [ Read more … ]
Though allergy season is in full bloom, there is no need to despair. In Chinese Medicine, an allergic reaction to airborne pollens and mold is considered to be due to an attack of “wind.” [ Read more … ]
In Chinese Medicine, the spleen and stomach are pivotal to the digestive process. The stomach receives our food and is referred in classical texts as “the sea of grain and water”. [ Read more … ]