10. July 2011 · Comments Off on Acupuncture Philadelphia for Bowel Control · Categories: Acupuncture · Tags: , ,

Acupuncture Philadelphia has been around for thousands of years and is a very important part of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM).  TCM believes that life is possible because of an electromagnetic energy called chi or vital energy animating, growing and strengthening the human body.  This chi, like blood flows through invisible energy networks known as meridians.  Twelve known meridians are associated with specific major body organs.  … Continue reading

14. May 2011 · Comments Off on Acupuncture Philadelphia Treatment for PCOS · Categories: Acupuncture · Tags: , ,

Acupuncture is an ancient form of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) that is thousands of years old.  It is a treatment where reed thin sterile disposable needles are inserted into certain points throughout the body.  Acupuncture Philadelphia believes in the existence of a vital life energy called Qi or chi.  This chi travels around the body nourishing it through energy pathways called meridians.  There 14 meridians, … Continue reading

23. April 2011 · Comments Off on Acupuncture Philadelphia Good for Weight Loss · Categories: Acupuncture · Tags: , ,

Losing weight is a fervent desire of many overweight Americans. The difficulty of losing weight in the US stems from the abundance of food, mostly fast foods and of the American’s love for eating. Obesity can also be acquired genetically. Acupuncture Philadelphia can help overweight people lose weight no matter if the obesity is genetically acquired or stems from over eating or both. Acupuncture is … Continue reading

04. March 2011 · Comments Off on Philadelphia Acupuncture and Sinusitis · Categories: Uncategorized · Tags: , , ,

Around 37 million people suffer from sinusitis annually in the US.  Sinusitis is caused by bacterial infection.  People who are predisposed to suffer this ailment are usually individuals who have drainage and ventilation issues of the sinuses or have a history of asthma or overuse of nasal inhalers.

According to traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), sinusitis results due to cold-heat environment, which affects the yin-yang balance … Continue reading