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Acupuncture Effective for Treating Chronic Low Back Pain

Liem Acupuncture can help to release your Lower Back Pain

With the acupuncture needles in place, the back pain patient rests for several minutes. The wires are part of the electrical stimulation used in the treatment. Most patients say the needles are painless and they find the treatment very relaxing. Millions of people suffer with low back pain, and it is one of the top reasons people seek medical treatment. ... Read More »

Acupuncture Quit Smoking

Acupuncture-QuitSmoking

Smoking is a strong, complicated addiction.  Quitting smoking is no small task and you will need lots of support to be successful.  You need the best tools to help with the physical and emotional symptoms, and acupuncture is a great resource to help you succeed. Here are the  things you should know about using acupuncture to quit smoking.  1. Acupuncture ... Read More »

Arthritis

Inflammatory-Arthritis

Healing Arthritis & Joint Pain with Traditional Chinese Medicine Arthritis is a general term for a number of conditions that include painful, swollen and/or stiff joints. Affecting more than six and a half million people in the U.S., the two most common types of arthritis are rheumatoid arthritis, a chronic inflammatory disease, and osteoarthritis, which is an age-related degeneration of ... Read More »

Sexual Function in Men

Help man desire

The Heart channel is related to the Kidney channel within the Shao Yin channels. It is also indirectly related to the Kidneys through the Du Mai and Ren Mai, both of which flow through the Heart and originate from the space between the Kidneys. Both the Du and Ren Mai have a profound influence on sexuality and the sexual function ... Read More »

Uterus and Disorder

uterus

The Heart is closely connected with the Uterus through the Uterus Vessel (Bao Mai) and this explains the profound influence of mental-emotional problems affecting the Heart on the Uterus. The Uterus is related to the Kidneys via a channel called the Uterus Channel (Bao Luo). The “Simple Questions” in chapter 47 says: “The Uterus Channel extends to the Kidneys“. The ... Read More »