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Acupuncture For Anxiety And Panic Attacks

04th January 2012
Though these days’s earth has assured us state from the art know-how and also the most sophisticated medicines, they aren’t at all times the incredibly ideal in functioning with anxiety disorders. Acupuncture for anxiety and panic attacks is basically... Read >
Author: tuanpapnan

The Use of Acupuncture in Cervical Spondylosis

23rd March 2011
The acupuncture treatment method from the traditional Chinese medicine, is a part of the natural methods, because is not using foreign substances for the body to cover symptoms or to eliminate external pathogenic factors. It is based on modifying body rea... Read >
Author: Jamie Hanson

What You Need to Know About Treating Morton's Neuroma and Alternative Foot Care

19th January 2010
When foot pain stops you dead in your tracks, there seems to be nothing better to do than to get off your feet. Apparently endless visits to the medical clinic, loss of work, inactivity, and even weight gain can all be side effects of continuous pain in y... Read >
Author: Salomon

Acupunture Points Map

26th May 2006
Practitioners of the ancient Chinese art of acupuncture rely on the acupuncture points map to free trapped energy in the body and restore health. You might have spotted this type of chart of the human body on the wall of your holistic doctor's office o... Read >
Author: Jamie Lynn Stout

College of Naturopathic Medicine - Student Review

24th February 2006
The College of Naturopathic Medicine (CNM) is often asked by prospective students and the general 'interested' public what draws people to study Naturopathy and what it is like studying with the CNM. We asked CNM Graduate, Liadh Mulcahy-Fitzgerald ND, Di... Read >
Author: Lynnette Prigmore
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