A Chinese view of pain relief: The importance of blood circulation

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An article about blood circulation and pain relief. “Highly oxygenated, highly nutritious blood coursing through the body is the key to good health.” —Bob Doane, L.Ac As noted by Dr. Tan’s top disciple, Bob Doane, the ancient Chinese doctor’s view of a healthy functioning body: Oxygen delivery to the tissues Healthy vascular system Healthy organ system, particularly the heart Nervous … Read More

How to heal your sprained ankle

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Sprained ankle

Have you ever sprained your ankle? I bet you used lots of ice and ibuprofen, right? Want to learn how to heal your sprained ankle the correct way? My colleague Andrew Ball, licensed acupuncturist at Vitruvian holistic healthcare made a great YouTube video. Informative, and funny too!

Acupuncture Can Ease Wrist Pain of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

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Wrist Pain Acupuncture

NEW YORK TIMES:  All three groups found relief from pain, but both of the true acupuncture groups showed measurable physiological improvements in pain centers in the brain and nerves, while sham acupuncture did not produce such changes. Data suggests acupuncture can ease wrist pain of carpal tunnel syndrome Read the entire article here: Acupuncture Can Ease Carpal Tunnel Syndrome  

Why blood flow is so important

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Why blood flow is important

At birth, the blood flow in the body is the best that it will ever be! Babies are just a big ball of blood vessels, hence why they are pink, and are like rubber. They can fall down 2000 times in the first few years of their lives while learning how to walk, yet where are the bruises? They heal … Read More

How the body can heal itself

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Mental and Emotional Health

Blood is the main healing component of the body. Everything we consume gets digested, eliminating the bad and keeping the good. Now this good “stuff” (nutrients from food) is transferred into the blood stream, with oxygen which the body has inhaled, and continuously spreading. When there is an injury to the body, the body freaks out and thinks that it … Read More