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Five Interesting Facts About Acupuncture

Posted by on Oct 10, 2016 in Acupuncture Services, Blog, Portfolio | 0 comments

Acupuncture is thousands of years old Acupuncture needles weren’t always metal Acupuncture needles are tiny Acupuncture can help many conditions including depression and arthritis Every acupuncture treatment is customized to individual needs Millions of Americans use acupuncture every year. While this traditional chinese medicine is highly popular, there are still some misconceptions about acupuncture. Here are five interesting acupuncture facts to help you understand this style of healing. Acupuncture is Thousands of Years Old The practice of acupuncture began in ancient China and has been recorded in history as long as 2,000 years ago. There are some, however, that believe the practice has been around almost twice as long. RELATED: Everything You Need To Know About Acupuncture Acupuncture Needles Weren’t Always Metal While today’s acupuncture needles are made of stainless steel, originally, acupuncture needles were made from a variety of materials. Needles have been made from gold, silver, stone, bamboo and bone. Acupuncture Needles are Tiny Acupuncture needles are incredibly small. A regular sewing needle measures at 1.02 mm. Acupuncture needles, on the other hand, are only .25 mm in diameter. That’s smaller than two pieces of human hair! These small size needles help make acupuncture treatments virtually painless. SEE ALSO: Does Acupuncture Hurt? Many Conditions Can Be Treated By Acupuncture The World Health Organization (WHO) endorses acupuncture as a treatment for over two dozen different medical conditions. Conditions in which WHO endorses acupuncture for include, but are not limited to: Adverse reactions to chemotherapy Depression Rheumatoid arthritis Sciatica pain, and more! RELATED: Does Acupuncture Work? Every Acupuncture Treatment is Unique No two acupuncture treatments are the same. Each person is unique, giving them unique acupuncture points that are selected for their acupuncture therapy. Even if two people sought acupuncture for the same condition, their acupuncture treatments would be very different. Learn More at Stolman Acupuncture, Today! Stolman Acupuncture offers a large variety of acupuncture services. Dr. Stolman has over 20 years of experience and has helped more than 20,000 patients. For more information on acupuncture, or to book an appointment, contact us at 877-773-2022. Five Interesting Facts About AcupunctureLearn more about the unique practice of acupuncture. Brand: Stolman...

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6 Foods to Help Boost Your Immune System

Posted by on Oct 5, 2016 in Acupuncture Services, Blog, Healthy Living, Portfolio | 0 comments

The common cold rears its ugly head several times a year for millions of Americans. Each cold season brings feelings of being rundown and too tired to do much of anything, putting important tasks on hold that we just don’t have time to do. Together, we can beat the cold and keep your body healthy through every season with these six superfoods that boost your immune system.

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How to Balance Your Work and Home Life

Posted by on Sep 16, 2016 in Acupuncture Services, Blog, Healthy Living, Pain Relief, Portfolio, Sleep, Stress Relief | 0 comments

With the increasing workload in a typical week, it has become harder for many to balance their work and home life. With a constant connection to work, it has become difficult to simply leave work at work and go home for the night. There are various solutions to help balance your life between the office and at home.

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Prepare for Fall Asthma Attacks with Acupuncture

Posted by on Sep 10, 2016 in Healthy Living, Pain Relief, Portfolio | 0 comments

Because of autumn hayrides, pumpkin patches and apple cider, fall is known as the most active asthma season. In fact, most emergency room visits due to asthma attacks happen during the fall season. In a medical world that often struggles to resolve asthma-related problems, it is no wonder that people with asthma turn to alternative therapies.

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