Tag Archives: tui na

Empowerment, Frozen Shoulder, Self Care and more. Balancing Point 10.26.12

Finding purpose. Empowerment. “Know thyself.”  Becoming your values. Frozen shoulder. Gil Hedley “Fuzz Talk.” Tui na. Physical therapy. Electroacupuncture. Frank Butler. Oligo fructose. Self-healing. Self-care. Detoxification. Neurodegenerative diseases. Early detection. The time of hibernation. Moxa at ren 6 and stomach 36. Earlier and earlier puberty. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Western Perspective, Integrative and Functional Medicine. […]
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Moxa. Soy. Allergies. Mushrooms. Lung Health. Balancing Point 10.13.11

Healthcare freedom. Benefits of moxa (Chinese mugwort herb) and moxabustion therapy to stimulate acupuncture points and help to resolve cold weather issues, fatigue, menstrual pain, insomnia and improve constitutional strength.  “Always keep Zusanli wet.”  Access to nutritional supplements. Tui na massage.   Soy. Allergy shiners: dark circles around the eyes. Difficulty burping. Benefits of baking soda.  […]
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Pain 101: Part 2. Orthopedic injury and pain. Balancing Point 8.15.11

Companion to previous episode on Pain.  Orthopedic Injuries, back pain, sports injuries. Techniques for treating injuries 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 health educator.  http://www.thebalancingpoint.net Inspired by this […]
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Cysts, antioxidants, orthopedic rehabilitation, yin and yang, burning mouth. Balancing Point 8.11.11

Ganglion cyst or Bible cyst. Lipomas.  Oligomeric proanthocyanidins (OPC) antioxidant supplements, food sources for joints, blood vessels, connective tissues.  Tui na massage for neck pain, orthopedic injury, frozen shoulder, soft tissue rehabiliation.  Resveratrol, goldenseal, ginseng.  Herb garden. Building tendon strength appropriate for the muscle strength.   The spirituality of Chinese Medicine, yin and yang, tai ji […]
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Balancing Point 3.3.11 Chronic pain. Migraines. Distal acupuncture therapy. Lactose intolerance and more.

Movement and exercise, impact on chronic pain. World Health Organization (WHO), National Institute of Health (NIH), US Army, Department of Defense and Pentagon support acupuncture and are training their doctors to do acupuncture.  Department of Industrial Relations (Workers Compensation system of California) authorizes acupuncture treatments.  PUBMED 11,000 acupuncture studies. When pain is intense, what can […]
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