Spring is finally here and for many people that means it’s time to get off the treadmill and start running outdoors.Continue Reading
Many people receive acupuncture for a variety of reasons. Whatever those reasons may be, there are a number of effective ways to complement your treatment between your sessions.Continue Reading
Winter is commonly known as cold and flu season. But that doesn’t mean you should expect to get sick every year.Continue Reading
The fear of needles is one of the top reasons why people feel hesitant about having acupuncture treatments. But for acupuncturists like myself who know the many benefits of acupuncture, the fear of needles should not be a factor.Continue Reading
Chronic fatigue syndrome is a common ailment in today’s society. Acupuncture can do a lot to alleviate it and improve its symptoms.
Last month, I hosted a seminar on mindful breathing at the Janati Yoga School in Kingston, Ontario. As an advocate for mindful breathing, I know that there is a strong connection between mindful breathing and acupuncture.
Menopause is a time of transition for women who also experience a wide range of unwanted symptoms. Such symptoms include migraines, insomnia, hot flashes, and mood swings.
It’s officially summertime and we couldn’t be happier to go out and make the most of this beautiful weather. Every day counts during this time of year.
Last month, I explained how Acupuncture can help asthma sufferers. Since asthma is a condition which is often experienced among children, I thought it would be helpful to explain how Acupuncture can be an appropriate form of treatment for kids who experience a wide range of conditions.
May is National Allergy and Asthma Awareness Month. Allergies and asthma tend to be at their peak season around this time of year.