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Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine has been seeing a rapid increase in popularity in the past several years as people search for a more holistic and personal approach to their health with fewer side effects.
Not only have have individual patients and practitioners of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine experienced and acknowledged the remarkable health benefits of acupuncture but also The World Health Organization (WHO) and the National Institute of Health (NIH) recognize that acupuncture is safe and effective for treating a wide range of health concerns.
As opposed to only treating the symptoms a person has; Acupuncture is based on a methodology and philosophy which directs attention to both the physiological and psychological aspects of the individual. This approach is a highly individualistic and personal approach to healthcare which allows practitioners the ability to treat the entire person, finding patterns of disharmony in the body and providing a holistic framework for treatment.
While acupuncture is the most commonly know treatment from the eastern world, it's not the only one that Traditional Chinese Medicine has to offer. There are several other modalities used either alone or in conjunction with an acupuncture treatment. So if you're interested in a holistic approach to your health but uncertain about the needles, rest assured there are plenty of other methods that may be able to help your condition.
Please feel free to browse this website to learn of some of the many ways that acupuncture and traditional chinese medicine (TCM) can improve your health and heal your dis-ease. I welcome any questions you might have. Contact me by either phone or email with any questions or to schedule a consultation. Phone: 773-270-2054 email: Natalie@yinyangwisdom.com
"Tao produced the one.
The One produced the two.
The two produced the three.
And the three produced the ten thousand things.
The ten thousand things carry the Yin and embrace the Yang and through the blending of the Qi they achieve harmony" Lao Tzu
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