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Why Community Acupuncture?

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Because we love our work so much we couldn’t imagine doing anything else. You can probably tell that QiWorks isn’t a typical business. We exist for a number of reasons that culminate in a desire to make our community a better and healthier place. This is the seventh and final installment in a series outlining the reasons why we…

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Why Community Acupuncture?

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Because for thousands of years acupuncture has been practiced in groups. You can probably tell that QiWorks isn’t a typical business. Our mission is to provide affordable healthcare to our community; we exist for a number of reasons that culminate in a desire to make our community a better and healthier place. This is thesixth in…

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Summer Acupuncture Treatments

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Welcome to summer! As you may have noticed, you may be “done” with your acupuncture treatment sooner than usual–more of a “short and sweet” treatment. This is a common occurrence in the summer, and is consistent with principles of Chinese medicine. Duringthe warmer months, energy travels faster, so theacupuncture works faster than it does in colder times. However, this…

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Why Community Acupuncture?

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Because we are pleased to challenge the notion of value being attached to price. You can probably tell that QiWorks isn’t a typical business. Our mission is to provide affordable healthcare to our community; we exist for a number of reasons that culminate in a desire to make our community a better and healthier place….

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Cancer Treatment Side Effects: I didn’t know acupuncture could help with that!

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Acupuncture can effectively treat so many conditions; this newsletter is one way that we try to educate our community about them. Did you know that acupuncture often can help with theside effects that come with cancer treatments such as chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery? These includenausea, hot flashes, acute and chronic pain, recovery from surgery, neuropathy,…

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Intake Paperwork in Spanish!

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As a part of our efforts to broaden our community, we now have intake paperwork in Spanish. It can be found on our website and is also available at the front desk.If you know someone who would like to try acupuncture but has hesitated due to the language barrier, please let them know.Thank you for…

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Bell’s Palsy: I didn’t know acupuncture could treat that!

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Did you know that acupuncture often can help with Bell’s Palsy? Bell’s Palsy is a condition in which a person experiences paralysis or weakness of the face, often on half of the face. It usually comes on suddenly (usually overnight) and sometimes goes away after several weeks or months, but sometimes becomes permanent. There are…

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Why Community Acupuncture?

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Acupuncture doesn’t have to be expensive in order to be effective. You can probably tell that QiWorks isn’t a typical business. Our mission is to provide affordable healthcare to our community; we exist for a number of reasons that culminate in a desire to make our community a better and healthier place. This is the…

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Famous Ginger-Onion Soup Remedy

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QiWorks has a famous ginger-onion soup remedy that you can use if you start to get sick. This technique is only effective if used within the first 12 hours of the onset of a cold or flu: usually when you start sneezing, your nose starts running, and you develop a scratchy throat and body aches.Ingredients:2″…

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