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Ask the Acupuncturist: Can Acupuncture Help With Depression and SAD?

During the colder months, many of us start to get theblues. Sometimes we feel stuck, stagnant, or just plain down. For some, these feelings can progress into depression and/or seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Acupuncture is great at helping the body mobilize its own healing resources and patients often describe feeling like their treatments “hit the reset button.” In this way, acupuncture can be very helpful in managing and…

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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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Getting Ready for Allergy Season

The first signs of spring are appearing, and so are the first of our patients who are coming in with allergy symptoms. The great news is that acupuncture can make a really big difference in allergy symptoms, sometimes even clearing them entirely. We also have a few herbal formulas that can help with seasonal allergies….

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Headaches: I didn’t know acupuncture could help with that!

Did you know that acupuncture can help with many types of headaches? We commonly treat all different types of headaches, including tension headaches, sinus headaches, cluster headaches, premenstrual/hormonal headaches, and migraines. The good news is that for many people, acupuncture can help to eliminate and/or manage many types of headaches and their associated symptoms. If you or someone you know has headaches, acupuncture…

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Acupuncture for High Blood Pressure

Did you know that acupuncture can help with controlling high blood pressure? Hypertension (also called high blood pressure) often does not have any symptoms, so many people don’t even know they have it. One in three adults in the United States has high blood pressure. Uncontrolled high blood pressure can lead to coronary heart disease,…

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