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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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Ask the Acupuncturist: Recommendations for Fall

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Now that fall is here, there are a number of things that you can do to help your body transition to the cooler temperatures and to help yourself stay healthy. Some recommendations include: *Eat warming foods. Add foods to your diet such as soups, stews, and casseroles. Include warming spices like pepper, cinnamon, and ginger. Be wary…

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Ask the Acupuncturist: Acupuncture for Sports Injuries

The weather is getting nicer, and more of us are headed outside and doing some of our favorite activities: bike riding, hiking, gardening, climbing, running, tennis—you get the idea. It’s great that we are enjoying the outdoors and exercising, but if in the unfortunate event an exercise-related injury happens, please remember we are here for you, and that the…

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Ask the Acupuncturist: Acupuncture for Kids and Teens?

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We are often asked whether we treat kids and teenagers. The answer is yes! Many kids and teens love receiving acupuncture, and it’s a great way to treat a variety of ailments. We commonly see kids and teens for headaches, stress, menstrual issues, skin conditions, depression, respiratory ailments, colds and flus, concentration problems, and much more. One…

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Is it okay to still come in for treatments even after I feel better?

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Usually a new patient will come in to see us, often several times a week for the first few weeks, and then less frequently as the ailment gets better. At a certain point, many patients often no longer need to come in for that ailment–for example, their shoulder no longer hurts, even after they have…

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