07 Dec

Acupuncture treats involuntarily twist dystonia

Dystonia is a neurological movement disorder in which a person’s muscles contract uncontrollably. The contraction, with time varied or constant, causes the affected body part to twist involuntarily, resulting in repetitive movements or abnormal postures or locked-up. Dystonia may affect one muscle, a muscle group, or sometimes the entire body. Dystonia can affect different body […]

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07 Dec

Acupuncture treats knee pain

Many people especially athletes experience knee injuries, particularly to the knee ligaments. Everyone are familiar with the acronym ACL, which stands for anterior cruciate ligament. ACL tears can be caused by rapidly twisting or changing directions; landing from a jump or suddenly slow down. Injuries to the medial collateral ligament (MCL) are usually caused by […]

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06 Dec

Acupuncture treats stiff elbow and frozen elbow

Reduced  range of elbow motion can make it difficult to perform even simple tasks. With a stiff elbow, it is difficult to bend or straighten your elbow, turn your palm up (to wash your face), comb hair or turn the palm down. It was said that stiff elbow is caused by inflammation and arthritis.  Sometimes it […]

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04 Dec

Acupuncture helps frozen shoulder

Some of medical publications describe frozen shoulder is commonly caused by inflammation of synovial tissue or thickening of synovial fluid or frozen shoulder occurs mainly in middle-aged people who have a history of shoulder injuries. However, in my practice, frozen shoulder are caused by not use of shoulder joints due to various reasons. Some patients had […]

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04 Dec

acupuncture treats achilles tendinitis

First, heel pain can be plantar fasciitis (bottom of the heel) and Achilles tendinitis (back of the heel). Achilles tendinitis is not as often to happen on people as plantar fasciitis. It is an overuse injury of the Achilles tendon, the band of tissue that connects calf muscles at the back of the lower leg to […]

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04 Dec

Differentiate PLANTAR FASCIITIS from Achilles Tendonitis

Problem in your plantar can never be in your mind or you be minded. But when it happens to you, it can be so painful, bothered and seems never to go away. If your first few steps every morning cause the kind of pain that reminds you the pain that makes you so vulnerable, then […]

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02 Dec

Chinese medicine treats Behcet’s disease

Behcet’s disease is a disease which has oral, eye, genital lesions as the major symptoms, also known as “mouth, eye, genital mucosa ulcerations triad.” or painful oral mucocutaneous ulcerations, Inflammatory eye disease and Inflammatory eye disease.  The disease often involves conditions in the joints, large blood vessels, lungs, kidneys, gastrointestinal and central nervous system, and even […]

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02 Dec

acupuncture treats tennis elbow

Tennis elbow (known to doctors as lateral epicondylitis) occurs when tendons in the elbow joint become inflamed due to overuse of any kind.The recurring pain can radiate down the forearm, making it difficult to extend the arm. It also causes twinges when lifting or grasping even lightweight objects. Acupuncture has been long treating tennis elbow. […]

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05 Oct

Taichi taiji can help neck and shoulder pain

Tai Chi and neck exercises to relieve chronic neck pain This study aimed to test the efficacy of Tai Chi for treating chronic neck pain. Subjects with chronic nonspecific neck pain were randomly assigned to 12 weeks of group Tai Chi or conventional neck exercises with weekly sessions of 75 to 90 minutes, or a […]

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07 Jun

Acupuncture Treats Back Pain

Acupuncture continues to gain popularity in this country because it is an effective treatment of acute and chronic backache. Acute pain can often be cleared up in a few sessions. More treatments may be needed if there is an underlying deficiency, or reoccurring problem, or sciatica.

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