Points Newsletter - June 2018

How to Get Healthy with Chinese Medicine

How to Get Healthy with Chinese MedicineBy Emma Suttie, D.Ac, AP

Chinese medicine has taught me so much about not only health, but how to live my life in a healthy way. Below are some of the things I do and recommend to my patients so that they can stay healthy, in all aspects of their lives. Many of these are nourishing not only to the body, but to the soul as well, which is just as important for our overall health! Try working as many of these into each day as possible and you will yield their many health benefits. More...

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Top 3 Strategies to Eliminate Back Pain

Top 3 Strategies to Eliminate Back PainBy Albert Vaca, L.Ac.

Back pain can seriously impact your quality of life and limit your activities of daily living. Just the simple act of getting out of bed can cause pain and discomfort that takes not only a physical toll, but an emotional one as well. The American College of Physicians recommends that physicians and patients treat acute or subacute low back pain with non-drug therapies such as massage, heat and acupuncture. Chronic pain can be treated similarly along with the addition of exercise, meditation and Tai Chi. More...

 

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Ask Dr. MaoQ: What are some habits that will help me release the stress and tension that builds up in my busy day?

A: Here are some healthy habits you can integrate into your daily grind to free yourself from stress forever:

1. Cut out caffeine because it stimulates the adrenaline release. Give up the cup of coffee and opt for the therapeutic benefits of caffeine-free herbal teas.

2. A daily meditation program is your number one method to release tension at the end of a busy day and. Also, yoga, tai chi, or similar activities can help to alleviate stress.

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