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Yin and Yang

By Maryanne Travaglione DAOM, LAc How many of us stand in awe of this basic theoretical foundation that so simply defines the tenets that guide our understanding of our world, our interrelationships and our medicine? I find that each of my days offers great opportunity to renew my understanding of...

Feng Shui and Chinese Medicine

By Amanda Collins Classical feng shui is an ancient art and science developed in China more than 4,000 years ago. It shares philosophical roots with acupuncture, in that both are complex bodies of knowledge dealing with the movement of energy: feng shui reveals how to balance the energies of any...

Healers of the Modern Day

By Stephanie Schneider LAc, AyD “A wise man should consider that health is the greatest of human blessings, and learn how, by his own thought, to derive benefit from his illnesses.” -Hippocrates From the origins of mankind throughout the world, the medicine man, the shaman, the rishi or the healer...

Dao of Exercise

by Ann Rosen and Ross Rosen Why less may be more when it comes to exercise Limit cardio workouts and vigorous exercise . This is something that regularly meets resistance when we try to create treatment plans with new patients. I imagine it is a hard pill to swallow, particularly when most people...

Insights of a TCM Dermatologist

By David Heron, LAc The benefits of Chinese Medicine show clearly in the skin of patients treated by TCM dermatologists. Present day TCM dermatologists employ a practice that has been developing as a specialized field of Chinese Medicine since at least 300-200 BCE when the ‘yang yi’ or ‘sores...


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