This post is copied from our older, original blog. Original post date 06/17/2013. By Marcie Bower, Lic.Ac. Xiao Yao San – or, “Free and Easy Wanderer” is probably the most commonly prescribed Chinese Herbal Remedy in the United States. Depending on the patient’s presentation, it can be a useful therapy for a wide variety of … Continue reading Xiao Yao San–“Free and Easy Wanderer”
Acupuncture can be a great therapy for numerous women’s health issues. Here are the most common women’s health conditions that we treat with acupuncture and herbal medicine in our clinic.
I treat a lot of patients for fertility issues – it is probably one of the most common reasons that women come to my clinic for acupuncture. But while many women think of acupuncture as a means to get pregnant, most don’t know that it can also help them during pregnancy.
Ok, ladies, this blog post is for (most) of you. I'm referring to “that time of the month” when those around you walk a little more carefully, when you perhaps find yourself bursting into tears during a diaper commercial (“but it is so sweet!”) or complaining very loudly about the slow person ahead of you in the grocery line. Yup, that week before your period, when PMS hits, big-time.
Menopause is a natural occurrence – a time of transition, wisdom, and growth. Acupuncture and CHM can help moderate the negative aspects of this time so that you can appreciate it for what it is!
Did you know that March is Endometriosis Awareness month? Do you even know what Endometriosis is? And if so, do you know that acupuncture can be an effective complementary treatment to manage the symptoms of endometriosis?