In Chinese medicine we call all upper respiratory infections External Wind Invasion. It comes on with fever, chills, fatigue, and throaty congestion
For those of you who are new to Chinese medicine or just want a bit of context at your next acupuncture appointment, we’ve put together a podcast of our Intro …
Find out why the one thing you’re not paying attention to may also be the most important thing Chinese medicine can help you with on your fertility journey.
Join Beth as she discusses the Chinese medicine concept of Shen and how it encompasses the complexity of being within the context of human mental health.
New studies are showing that acupuncture and Chinese medicine may just be the way to bridge the mind body treatment gap for mental health.
Our “serenity under stress” lecture, in which Beth talks about the physiology of stress from a western and Chinese medicine perspective.
Seasonal Health Changes The shift from summer to autumn can sometimes be challenging; particularly if the late summer has been especially warm. Here is a list of things that you can …
Probably the strangest looks I get in the office are when I ask “May I see your tongue?” Answering questions about Chinese medicine tongue diagnosis.
We go through the 10 questions of a traditional Chinese medicine and discuss what this information means and how you can use it to help yourself
Ever wonder how that point on your foot connects to your head or stomach? Chinese medicine has Meridians