Often asked “how does acupuncture work for stress?” the how question is an ongoing one that is explicable with traditional Chinese medicine concepts and is an ongoing subject of modern scientific research. As far as acupuncture for stress goes, I see many clients specifically for stress and stress related symptoms. In fact, most of my […]
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Here’s another short video explaining a little bit about how acupuncture can help with sports and general injuries. The main aspects, as mentioned before are the reduction of pain and inflammation, stimulation of the local area to heal, releasing of surrounding muscle spasm. I believe it is important to have acupuncture administered by a fully […]
Here’s a little sports injuries promotional video I have put together as part of a series of educational posts I want to do with regards to sports injuries and how acupuncture works in this regard. I hope you enjoy.
If you have been struggling with a recent injury preventing you from doing your favourite activity and sport, I know your frustration. You might have suffered with a new injury, a recurring problem or a chronic sports injury that just does not seem to be going away. Every time you think the light is green, […]
With the mini marathon behind us and the Brighton marathon soon upon us I am starting to see an increase in running related injuries. Most common are knees, ankles and lower back.
Sugar: Why Is It ‘Bad’?
In this article I will try to bust some myths and explain some of the science behind the facts. Lastly I shall elaborate on the effects of excess sugar consumption on the body from a Chinese Medical and Acupuncture perspective. The main health problems I will discuss in relation to sugar are obesity and hypertension. […]
One Month in Tianjin Zhongyi Daxue – Tianjin First Teaching Hospital, China, 2007 In 2007 I travelled to China to study Taijiquan at the birth place of in Chen village, Henan province, followed by one month spent shadowing doctors at the First Teaching TCM hospital in Tainjin, about two hours south east of Beijing.