Don’t let the name fool you! Just because the use of traditional eastern medicine stems back to around 2,000 B.C., doesn’t mean it’s an archaic treatment devoid of benefits – something had to be successful if it lasted over two-thousand years! In fact, the practice of traditional eastern medicine is commonly used all over the world, including the hyper-medicinal western hemisphere. Let us bring you up-to-date on the ancient techniques that are still used today.
Summer is almost here and if you have allergies, you know it means you may be getting seasonal flare-ups. Allergies can occur from many different irritants during the summer. Don’t spend your summer coughing and sneezing. Instead, find natural relief for your summer allergies with these tips.
The weather is beautiful, the days are long and you have free time to enjoy. How are you going to spend your time? While sleeping in can be nice, too much can waste away your day. Follow these tips for other ways to stay relaxed and enjoy your summer.
With celebrities raving about how acupuncture has helped them lose weight or reduce stress, you may have your own questions about this form of therapy. But who do you ask? Stolman Acupuncture is here to help answer your questions about this increasingly popular, holistic alternative to traditional medicine.
Trigger point acupuncture is a specific style of acupuncture that involves placing needles on tightened muscle tissue and knots. Once placed, needles are used to gently probe the muscle, causing the muscle to fatigue. This works to relieve tension, pain and discomfort. Here are a few conditions that can benefit from this American acupuncture style.
Anyone who has allergy symptom flare ups in the springtime understands the challenges the season brings. Instead of taking antihistamines or decongestants to find relief, a better solution is to focus on the imbalances in the body that cause your discomfort. Fortunately, there are many natural remedies for allergy and asthma symptoms that are not only good for you, but can prevent future attacks or symptoms.