How Tui Na Turns Pushing And Grabbing Into Good Things

April 5, 2014

Rooted in TCM-Traditional Chinese Medicine, Tui Na is one of the four branches of Chinese medicine. The other three branches are herbal medicine (including nutrition), acupuncture and beneficial exercise, known as Qigong. Many trained acupuncturists have incorporated Tui Na into their practice. While it resembles Western massage therapy, there is one key difference, as the […]

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Why Chiropractic Treatment is Different for Every Individual

April 3, 2014

No two people move, sit, stand, or walk in the same manner. Because of this, chiropractic treatments need to be specifically designed with these differences in mind. Navigating New York City is only made more of a challenge when an individual is suffering from acute or chronic neck or back pain. The correct chiropractic treatment […]

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NYC Chiropractors May Play a Bigger Role in Aiding Addiction Treatment

January 3, 2014

The practice of chiropractic has evolved in many ways since it was founded in 1895. Originally a pseudoscience of sorts, chiropractic medicine underwent a period of scientific reform in the late 1900s, with serious research conducted to test its theories. Recent advances are also paving the way for chiropractic’s bigger role in improving the effectiveness […]

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Acupuncture in NYC Can Be an Effective Treatment for Sports Injuries

January 2, 2014

Acupuncture has been used in China since ancient times to treat a wide variety of ailments. Along with a number of other eastern medical practices, this discipline is starting to see more widespread acceptance in the West. In fact, the procedure is now used to treat conditions ranging from muscle spasms to chronic back pain […]

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Having a Skilled NYC Acupuncture Specialist Work on Your Neck Pain

December 28, 2013

The daily grind of work and play may leave some serious strains on your neck. But neck acupuncture may provide relief! According to a Healthcare Medicine Institute article:

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What You Need to Know before Setting up An Acupuncture Session

December 27, 2013

Acupuncture is a non-medical procedure used to take care of several conditions in the body. Small needles are the main tools used for this mode of treatment. If you are considering this treatment method, you then need to consider several factors first. This will help determine the right acupuncturist to use, and whether you are […]

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