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Acupuncture & Kids: Your Questions About Safety & Treatment Answered

By Robin Green, founder of Pediatric Essentials Online Course Since 1996 the rates of chronic illness have more then doubled in children!  In the United States 1 in 3 children suffers from asthma, allergies, autism or ADHD.  That’s unbelievable isn’t it?  All of these problems can be successfully treated or managed effectively with acupuncture. Parents […]

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Acupuncture Fail: Arizona Allows Physical Therapists to Practice Dry Needling with Only 16 Hours of Training!

On October 22, 2013 the field of acupuncture took a major blow in Arizona. The state’s Board of Physical Therapy, which had been reviewing the use of dry needling, ruled unanimously that the practice falls within the “definition of physical therapy.” Physical therapists will be allowed to continue to administer the treatment with a mere […]

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Get Acupuncture and Receive our Complete Feng Shui Program Free!

Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AOM) Day is observed on October 24 as part of an effort to increase public awareness about the benefits of acupuncture and oriental medicine. TryAcupuncture.org is ready to celebrate! Any individual who receives an acupuncture treatment during the month of October can obtain our complete Feng Shui Program for free! It’s […]

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Overcome Dental Anxiety with Acupuncture!

Don’t let dental anxiety keep you from regular cleaning and check-ups or necessary procedures. According to research, 31 percent of adults are fearful of the dentist’s chair. While sedation dentistry has seen a surge in popularity, acupuncture can be just as effective in improving patient compliance and easing anxiety. Those who face an extreme fear […]

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Kick off Fall with Acupuncture

According to traditional Chinese medicine, seasonal changes can be a time of turmoil as an individual’s qi might be out of harmony with the frequency of the season. Fall is the perfect time to take preventative action. Ward off illness and changes in mood with acupuncture treatments this autumn and start the school year, or […]

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