Acupuncture Improves Eyesight For Diabetics

Acupuncture Improves Eyesight For Diabetics 23 SEPTEMBER 2018 Acupuncture and herbs improve eyesight for patients with diabetic retinopathy. In a controlled clinical trial, Hubei Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine ophthalmology department researchers determined that herbal medicine monotherapy benefits vision. The addition of acupuncture to the treatment protocol significantly improved patient outcomes. Diabetic retinopathy patients … Continue reading Acupuncture Improves Eyesight For Diabetics

Acupuncture Alleviates Neck Pain, Restores ROM

Acupuncture Alleviates Neck Pain, Restores ROM 07 OCTOBER 2018 Acupuncture and herbs alleviate cervical spondylosis, a disorder caused by disc degeneration in the neck that results in pain and range of motion impairment. Hubei University of Medicine Dongfeng Hospital researchers conclude that acupuncture combined with herbs successfully relieves pain and regulates excess sympathetic nervous system … Continue reading Acupuncture Alleviates Neck Pain, Restores ROM

Acupuncture Promotes Bone Fracture Recovery

Acupuncture Promotes Bone Fracture Recovery 12 SEPTEMBER 2018 Acupuncture promotes the healing of bone fractures. Two independent investigations confirm that the addition of acupuncture to usual care protocols increases positive patient outcomes rates. Researchers find acupuncture effective for assisting in the restoration of mobility and reductions in both pain and inflammation. The first investigation was … Continue reading Acupuncture Promotes Bone Fracture Recovery

New Perspectives on Japanese Acupuncture

Laura has just returned from a 3-day seminar with a renowned Japanese acupuncturist, Tsuyoshi Shimamura, from Osaka Japan. The seminar was held in Portland, OR, where Laura has been attending similar seminars all of this year. This seminar was a great reminder of how very simple, focused interventions can sometimes make a bigger change than … Continue reading New Perspectives on Japanese Acupuncture