Acupuncture

Beat the Summer Heat

Posted on Jun 18, 2012 in Acupuncture, Health and Wellness

Acupuncture and Chinese herbs can help keep you cool and collected during the long hot summer months. Acupuncture points like Hegu (LI 11 and 4) can reduce fever and body temperature.  Points such as Lu 7 and Ki6 nourish the body fluids, adjust and cool the lungs. Chinese Herbs such as Ju Hua (Chrysanthemum flowers), Jin Yin Hua (Honeysuckle flowers) and Lotus seeds all clear heat and nourish body fluids.  For more extreme cases of dryness, thirst, irritability, dry, red eyes or pink eye, insomnia there are many classical formulas to nourish yin and blood while reducing heat and fire such as...

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Acupuncture improves Osteoarthritis of the Knee

Posted on Jun 12, 2012 in Acupuncture, Research Articles

Acupuncture good for osteoarthritis of the knee Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22588814 A new study showed that Acupuncture is effective at both reducing inflammation and restoring mobility of arthritic knees. We can help get you moving better at Goldlake Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine in Scottsdale: 480-710-8458.  

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Study on Acupuncture aiding Weight Loss

Posted on Jun 12, 2012 in Acupuncture, Health and Wellness, Uncategorized

The effects of body acupuncture on obesity: anthropometric parameters, lipid profile, and inflammatory and immunologic markers Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22649299 Abstract A randomized controlled clinical trial in 196 obese subjects was performed to examine the effectiveness of body acupuncture on body weight loss, lipid profile and immunogenic and inflammatory markers. Subjects received authentic (cases) or sham (controls) acupuncture for 6 weeks in combination with a low-calorie diet. In the following 6 weeks, they received the low-calorie diet alone. Subjects were assessed...

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Department of Defense to Study Acupuncture

Posted on Mar 24, 2012 in Acupuncture, Research Articles

$1.2 Million Grant from the U.S. Department of Defense to Study Acupuncture By: New England School of Acupuncture NEWTON, MA (June 23, 2010) – The New England School of Acupuncture (NESA) is the recipient of a $1.2 million U.S. Department of Defense grant to fund a first-of-its-kind clinical trial: the Effectiveness of Acupuncture in the Treatment of Gulf War Illness (GWI). In the first treatment trial ever performed to research the effectiveness of acupuncture on GWI, NESA’s researchers will study how acupuncture affects sufferers of this complex syndrome, which is characterized...

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