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Natural Pain Relief

How to relieve pain such as  headache, migrant, muscle sprain,  tennis elbow,  frozen shoulder?   Many of us take pain killer including ibuprofen (as in Motrin), Tylenol, naproxen (as in Aleve) and celecoxib (as in Celebrex). According to Harvard Health Publishing, it’s estimated about 15% of the US population takes an NSAID(non-steroid anti inflammation drug). Along with sporadic users, more than 30 billion doses are taken each year. However, all medications have side effects, include NSAIDs even though they…

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Legs Numbness and Feels Heavy?

The other week, we had a nice gentleman came with numbness and heaviness felt in the lower limbs. Other than that, he also feels cold especially on both feet. It started after he finished chemotherapy and radiotherapy. In Traditional Chinese Medicine we look at this as Qi and Blood Stagnation, and also Qi and Blood Deficiency. What is it? That means that the Blood Circulation is not good. Qi and Blood maybe sounds odd for most people. Think as…

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Chinese Medicine Help to Fight Pandemic

Halfway through February and we still in “Stay-at-home” order. There is nothing much we can do except to follow the rules, be cautious when being close to other people, mask on and more. Another effort that we can do is support our immune system. Avoiding excessive stress, light workout and heathy eating are some of the things we can do. As of Chinese Medicine, that we can help you with. Chinese Medicine including acupuncture, herbal medicine, tuina, cupping and…

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Acupuncture Treatment for Tennis Elbow

If you have following symptom, you have Tennis Elbow. Feel pain when: Writing or holding a cup Lifting or picking up an object even a sheet of paper. Turning the wrist while opening the door or or playing sports When you stretch your hand Severe cases may require help in wearing shirts and combing hair There are many ways to treat Tennis Elbow. Doctors often prescribe pain killer such as Tylenol and Tramadol. However these medicines have side effects….

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