I just registered for this free downloadable series with Lee Holden designed to help support immunity and reduce stress. I thought you might like it too! You can learn more about it and get your free copy here.
Just came across this Beginner's Guide to Chinese Medicine site by Alli Urbanik Kimmel L.Ac., and excited to share! I often have patients who are interested in learning some of the basics of the medicine in an easy to understand way. Visit the site here.
I often talk to my patients about acupuncture and the concept of meridians as if the body contains a MTA map, and we are finding which "stations" need to be told to disperse a build up of trains, and which "stations" need resources sent to them. The goal being free flow through the body. In this article, Dr. Lee uses a similar metaphor, comparing Chinese medicine to freeing traffic on the highways. Read more here.
Chinese medicine has always favored heat over ice for injuries, and now some Western physicians are re-thinking the well known R.I.C.E. protocol. This article from Men's Health magazine explains how they are re-thinking the use of ice for injuries and treating inflammation. Full article here.
Excited to share this free talk on Mental Health by two colleagues I have enjoyed collaborating with - trainer Lisa Snow and chiropractor Dr. Brian Poole. Event is Wednesday, September 18, 2019. Details and RSVP here.
Great article from the New York Times bringing attention to the very real risks of males with eating disorders and other body-related dysmorphias. Read the full article here.
This study from the Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine shows that "acupuncture reduces both the incidence and severity of post-stroke depression while simultaneously improving neurological recovery, and is more effective than usual care alone." Read the whole article here.
More Western doctors are suggesting their patients try acupuncture to help with their chronic pain before turning to more invasive methods such as surgery, or risk opioid addiction with pain medications. Read more about how acupuncture can be used as an alternative method of pain relief here.
"Acupuncture improves outcomes for patients with Meniere’s disease. Researchers find that acupuncture, when added to a standard treatment regimen, significantly reduces symptoms of vertigo, tinnitus, and hearing loss for patients with Meniere’s disease. The researchers conclude that the combination of acupuncture with medication therapy is significantly more effective than drug monotherapy." Read more here.
Headaches, injuries, GI distress, anxiety... and more! This article gives some great insight on both the eastern and western views of how acupuncture helps with these common problems. Read the full article from Men'sHealth.com here.
Jamie Wolfe (M.S., L.Ac.)
Jamie is a Licensed Clinical Acupuncturist whose work focuses around patients struggling with or in recovery from eating disorders as well as performing and visual artists. She holds a Masters of Science in Acupuncture from Tri-State College of Acupuncture in Manhattan, is a member of the Acupuncture Society of New York, and is a nationally Certified and Designated Diplomate of Acupuncture by NCCAOM.