Acupuncture

Compassionate “Confession” by a Doctor – Yes I stole Your Money

October 1, 2017 Trisha Han AcupunctureOriental Herbal MedicineUncategorized

This is the true story of an ancient Chinese doctor’s selfless act of kindness. Unfortunately I do not remember the doctor’s name or the time period in which he lived, so let’s just refer to him as the Doctor here. He was a great doctor known not only for his excellent ability to cure various […]

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Women’s Issue (Gynecology) #3 – Liver Qi Stagnation

September 3, 2017 Trisha Han AcupunctureHighlightsOriental Herbal MedicineWellness & Prevention

In the previous blogs, we talked about Women’s health issue #1 and #2. Here is #3. Women especially are sensitive to the pressure and demands of modern society, and the resulting stress is a cause of many health issues. Emotional burden, from a Chinese Medicine perspective, is the cause of liver-qi stagnation.  Liver-qi stagnation, to […]

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Top 12 Wellness (Maintenance) Acupuncture Points – Part 2

August 2, 2017 Trisha Han AcupunctureHighlightsSelf-Help Topics

In earlier blog, we talked about the top 6 acupuncture points that are multifunctional and extremely beneficial Here is number 7 to 12: 7) Fu Liu (also Kidney 7 or Recover Flow) Point Summary: Located along the Kidney Meridian, the Fu Liu point benefits the kidneys by tonifying Kidney Yang, opens the water passages, drains dampness, […]

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Top 12 Wellness (Maintenance) Acupuncture Points – Part 1

February 15, 2015 Trisha Han AcupunctureSelf-Help TopicsWellness & Prevention

These days wellness acupuncture is becoming more and more popular. It’s also called “maintenance acupuncture”. These types of treatments are nicknamed ‘tune-ups’. Just as we get regular maintenance on our cars, our body needs regular maintenance to keep it healthy, too. A good oriental doctor can see subtle signs of disease processes and can often […]

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One Spoon (Stone) to Cure (Kill) Three Birds

October 2, 2010 Trisha Han AcupunctureMisc

First please forgive me for using the word “cure” instead of “kill”.  I love birds so much and never want to harm or kill any. I have been working on a lady patient in her 20′s. She went to see me with TMJ pain with restricted motion. There are tender facial points along St6 and […]

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