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  • Chinese Medicine Treats Infertility, Boosts IVF Success

    Chinese Medicine Treats Infertility, Boosts IVF Success For thousands of years, Chinese medicine has been helping couples through all stages of pregnancy. The literature on the subject holds an immense amount of wisdom—some complex and some stunning in simplicity. Source: https://www.theepochtimes.com/chinese-medicine-treats-infertility-boosts-ivf-success_2770152.html  

  • Ex-Badgers player looks to heal those in need (tmj4/sports)

    Former UW-Madison football player tries to help heal injuries after suffering from so many Ex-Badgers player looks to heal those in need  Source: tmj4 https://www.tmj4.com/sports/former-uw-madison-football-player-tries-to-help-heal-injuries-after-suffering-from-so-many Tony Megna believes acupuncture can help provide healing — and relief.

  • CHINESE ZODIAC Year of the Pig

    Year of the Pig The Pig is the twelfth of all zodiac animals. According to one myth, the Jade Emperor said the order would be decided by the order in which they arrived to his party. Pig was late because he overslept. Another story says that a wolf destroyed his house. He had to rebuild […]

  • Olympics spark interest in cupping

              Olympics spark interest in cupping As an athlete, acupuncturist Kristen Wood found relief in Oriental medicine when she injured herself in her 20s. That’s what inspired her to open her own practice, Snow Blossom Acupuncture, in 2010, where she decided to incorporate cupping too. “Cupping is such an amazing therapy because […]

  • Post-stroke Acupuncture

     Dr. Teresa C. Hill Post-stroke Acupuncture Post-stroke acupuncture is a specialized branch of Chinese medicine. It is a blend of neurology and classical acupuncture. This therapy is acupuncture stimulation near the stroke damage. In China, acupuncture is the standard of care for post stroke patients and about 90 percent of its hospital patients receiving acupuncture […]

  • Concepts of Qi

      The Concept of Qi No concept is more elusive in Chinese medicine than the concept of Qi.  Most scholars feel that the meaning of this term is so vague and indefinite that it should not be translated at all.  In practice, however, many acupuncturists refer to Qi as “energy,” and to acupuncture in general as […]

  • Authentic Traditional Chinese Medicine

    Authentic Traditional Chinese Medicine can only be taught with a strong clinical emphasis. That is where this college stands heads and shoulders above other TCM Schools. If you want to learn to become an acupuncture technician that follows protocols like a robot, this is not the school for you. If you want to learn the […]