Monthly Archives: January 2012

Traumatic injury: broken bones and fractures. The Balancing Point 1.30.12

  Traumatic injury. Sports injury. Broken bones and fractures. Qi gong. Nei gong. No free flow and pain. Free flow and no pain.  Bone setting. Getting the right diagnosis. Wu ling san. Proper qi and blood flow. Things that slow the healing process like wheat (inflammatory) and NSAIDS (which double the rate of non-union fractures). […]
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Blood pressure, congestion, osteoporosis and more. The Balancing Point 1.26.12

Blood pressure. Body temperature. Biomat. Collapsed lung. Morning congestion.  Neti pot. Gastrointenstinal disorders. Gluten. Dairy. Vitamin D. Conventional medicine. Ulcerative colitis. Osteoporosis. Hysterectomy. Strengthening bone. Tai chi. Comprehensive treatment. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Western Perspective, Integrative and Functional Medicine. Live streaming. The Balancing Point health radio talk show about Traditional Chinese Medicine, supplements, nutrition, and […]
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The Water Element (part 2 of 2). Balancing Point 1.23.12

Five Elements or Five Phase theory in the human experience, a conversation with Anastacia White. (Part 2 of 2). Water, winter, kidneys and aging. Liver. Nurturing Yin and Yang. Seasonal change. Meditation.  Caffeine. Fear and anxiety. Letting go. Cold weather stiffness. Dietetic medicine. Warming foods. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Western Perspective, Integrative and Functional Medicine. Live streaming. […]
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Electrolytes, vitamin D and heart health, GM food and more. The Balancing Point 1.19.12

The totality of approach in Chinese Medicine. Helicobacter Pylori. Ulcers. Electrolytes. Kidneys. Vitamin D and heart health. Chinese Medicine and dentistry. Allergy-causing potential of GM food. Abdominal pain. Importance of palpation in diagnosis. Magnesium deficiencies. Iodine in women’s health. White vs. red light for sleep and health. Tendons and the liver. Pulse-taking.  Recommendations for irregular […]
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The Water Element (part 1 of 2). Balancing Point 1.16.12

The Water Element. Five Element or Five Phase theory in the human experience, a conversation with Anastacia White. (Part 1 of 2). Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Western Perspective, Integrative and Functional Medicine. Live streaming. The Balancing Point health radio talk show about Traditional Chinese Medicine, supplements, nutrition, and more.  Host Dr. John Nieters, acupuncturist and […]
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Sleep problems, melatonin, tendons, weight Loss, and more. Balancing Point 1.12.12

Turning around pre-diabetic condition.  Sleep problems.   Asthma. Melatonin and magnesium. Grounding. Acupressure channels for spasticity. Balance method. Restless leg. Eye floaters and herbs for visual obstructions. Melatonin, ALS, sleep, weight loss, metabolic rate. Help for plugged ears.  Tendon rupture side effect of Cipro,  support for tendon health in Chinese medicine by supporting the liver and […]
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Study on Herbal Medicine and Asthma

This study from Mount Sinai hospital on the treatment of asthma with herbal medicine was mentioned on the Balancing Point 1.12.12. http://www.acupuncturetoday.com/archives2005/dec/12fratkin.html Be Well! Dr. John Nieters, L.Ac. Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

Blood fats, heart health. Over 50. Hormones therapy. Bone health and more. Balancing Point 1.5.12

Nutrients and soil depletion.  Blood test VAP verticle auto profile and, lowering lowering blood fats. Plaque test for lipoprotein PLA2, blood test as a predictor of cardiovascular disease and stroke. Lowering oxidative stress. Hardening of the arteries and arterial elasticity. Understanding why the body changes around 50 years old. Families of herbs and herbal formulas […]
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Hangovers. Womens health. Cancer. Balancing Point 1.2.12

Herbal formula for “Liquor damage” and hangovers. Two herbal formulas to have on hand. What TCM can offer for women’s health, fertility, menopause, PCOS, estrogen dominance, painful menstruation, PMS. Qualifications for treating women’s health. Second Spring, the time of menopause. Dispelling common healthcare myths. Using Traditional Chinese Medicine as an adjunctive therapy with cancer and […]
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