Dry Needling Can Help You Relieve Pain and Improve Mobility

If you suffer from muscular pain or limited mobility due to tension and tightness, you may benefit from a complementary therapy called dry needling. This technique uses thin needles to puncture the trigger points, or knots, in the muscles and release tension and pain. Unlike acupuncture, dry needling targets muscular trigger points rather than energy …

A Promising Treatment Option for Mild Stroke Recovery

A stroke can be a devastating event that can leave a significant impact on a person’s life. The symptoms of mild stroke can range from numbness, difficulty in speaking, and weakness in the body, leading to difficulty in performing daily activities. Although there are multiple treatment options available for stroke recovery, acupuncture has gained significant …

Cold and achy with weather changes?

Cold and achy with weather changes? Why am I achier when it’s cold and damp? It’s a question I get all the time between fall and spring. In Chinese Medicine, there are many causes for pain and discomfort. The most obvious would be trauma and then we have situations of strain and overuse, as well …

The 8 Healing Sounds

The 8 Healing Sounds   The healing sounds of Yin Style Bagua can be as subtle as they are pronounced. I’ve been doing these practices for many years and I have had success in overcoming colds, insomnia, irritability, shoulder and back pain, fatigue, and poor digestion with these simple exercises. They can be done all as one …

Differences Between Acupuncture and Dry Needling

Art Of Healing - Acupuncture

The question I am asked more than any other is what is the difference between acupuncture and dry needling. Most people think of acupuncture as inserting acupuncture needles in areas of pain or areas that influence the pathway that relates to the pain. There is so much more that we can do with acupuncture. Outside of …