Interested in acupuncture treatments, but not sure how you could benefit? Here’s six ways it could benefit your health, from our Registered Acupuncturist, Dr. Alyssa Cochrane, DTCM.
We all need a good night’s rest. If you are experiencing insomnia or sleep issues, a personalized acupuncture plan can help improve the quality and quantity of your sleep. Learn how it works from our TCM doctor, Dr. Alyssa Cochrane.
PMS causes many symptoms that disrupt women’s daily life – from physical to emotional. Often, women are convinced there are no solutions to cope with PMS symptoms, but the good news is that Traditional Chinese Medicine including Acupuncture can help.
Runny nose, itchy eyes or sneezing bouts? With Spring in bloom, you may be suffering from seasonal allergies. While acupuncture treatments are a valuable treatment option, you can get relief with two acupressure protocols you can do at home.
Acupuncture supports the body’s natural ability to resist illness and pain. Acupressure is the gentle massage over acupuncture points and can be done at home to help boost your immunity. Learn how to do a 5-minute acupressure immune boost routine.
Many couples have no symptoms of infertility until they start trying to conceive. Traditional Chinese approaches can and are often combined with Western medicine in treating infertility. Learn the causes of infertility and how TCM can help restore balance to boost fertility.
Menopause is a natural physiological aging phenomenon that occurs when the ovaries stop producing eggs and hormones. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), menopause is due to depletion of Jing, an imbalance of Yin and Yang, and an imbalance in the flow of Qi in the body. Through the use of acupuncture and other TCM tools, the severity of presenting symptoms can be reduced to regain balance in the body.