Here are some helpful tips from Chinese medicine to keep you and your loved ones healthy all winter long.
Just as plants in nature are starting to dry out and wither, so does the skin this time of year.
Tension headaches are a very common problem, and when they start happening frequently enough to interfere with one’s life, they definitely require treatment! The cause of tension headaches from a biomedical perspective remains unknown, but we do know that most are triggered by or exacerbated by stress, and many involve muscle tension or spasms in the muscles of the scalp, face, neck, or upper back.
This is part of a series of posts about holistic treatment of concussions and mild Traumatic Brain Injuries. Below are some of the most common post-concussion symptoms, and our recommended therapies for each. Holistic therapies can work in conjunction with mainstream medical treatments such as medication, PT, OT, rehabilitation, and counseling. There is no one treatment that is right for everyone – in our clinic, sometimes we treat patients with only one modality, and sometimes patients see multiple practitioners for multiple kinds of therapies, depending on their individual needs and wants.
Exercise routines are not just for nice weather and looking good...
The Liver meridian “opens into the eyes” and thus blockages in its energy flow can have a direct impact on the eyes. There are many different types of energy in the Liver meridian, and a pathology in any of these levels can cause eye problems. If there is a weakness in the Liver Blood energy, for instance, a patient may experience blurry vision or sandy-feeling eyes, and may have spots or floaters in their field of vision.