Telemedicine is defined as “the use of electronic information and communications technologies to provide and support health care when distance separates the participants.” (National Academy of Sciences, 1996)

Getting Ahead Of Family Illness With Traditional Asian Medicine!

Knowing one’s family health history can be a magical window in to optimizing health and increasing longevity. While familial health does not determine one’s fate, it does contain vital information. Epigenetics, a rather new western science looks at the changes of how genes are expressed, rather than the code itself. In Traditional Asian Medicine there […]

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Why Qi Gong Is All That!

Qi Gong (pronounced chee gong) is an ancient healing art and one of the branches of the Traditional Asian Medical system. Qi loosely translates to energy and Gong means cultivation, so it literally means “to cultivate energy”. Qi Gong combines posture, breath and focus to help promote the flow of Qi through the pathways or […]

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Help For Low Energy

One of the most common health complaints is low energy. While this is an issue that can range from the young to the old, research shows that as we age the storehouse of the body’s energy, the mitochondria decrease in function. Traditional Asian Medicine shows this as well, as a precious substance called “Jing”, which […]

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More Than Acupuncture

  While acupuncture is an amazing and powerful healing art, it is important to understand that it is actually just one part of Traditional Asian Medicine. Here in the United States, it is by far the most known Traditional Asian Medicine modality. That may be because of how it became popular in movies like The […]

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Seasonal Cycles: A Time for Every Purpose

Looking at nature and its seasonal changes clue us into ways we can live in accordance for better health.  I’ll go through each season and highlight helpful activities for our health and well-being… Winter is the season of the least amount of sunlight. Sunlight is associated with activity, so this is the season where we […]

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