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Adaptation, Spring, and the Wood Element in Chinese Medicine

Living in harmony with the seasons is one key component to health in Chinese Medicine. Our world is forever changing and, to be at our best, we must continually adapt to these changes and “go with the flow”. Therefore, as the seasons change, we must change as well. In Chicago, we have almost survived the: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on March 28, 2018

3 Great Reasons To Get Acupuncture This Winter

1) Reduce stress – This is a winter that could stress anyone and we all know that stress has a negative impact on our minds and bodies. Acupuncture reduces stress quickly and safely. According to Chinese Medicine stress causes your energy to stagnate, just think about how tense you feel when you’re stressed out. Acupuncture encourages your: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on January 9, 2018

Sweet 16 And A Beautiful New Office Space

As some of you already know, in May I opened a beautiful new office with my friend and colleague Morgan Leavitt, a licensed clinical massage therapist. We found a perfect space at 815 W. Superior street. It is a storefront that is not far from our former address and very close to Chicago avenue and: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on December 11, 2017

Sign Up For My Newsletter Now!

I will be sending out my latest newsletter this week and it will be loaded with new information about my practice and Chinese Medicine. If you not already signed up: Click Here Now to submit your email to my mailing list. Thanks and I hope you enjoy it!

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Posted By: tcm007 on December 10, 2017

3 Great Ways To Improve Your Health And Your Love Life

Valentine’s Day is coming soon! Flower vendors, candy manufacturers and jewelry stores are all bombarding us with ideas about ways to show our love. In Chinese Medicine, one way to insure a good love life is to have plentiful kidney qi. For thousands of years, the Chinese medical practitioners have known that an abundance of: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on February 3, 2017

Rate Change With The Chinese New Year

On February 8th, 2016, beginning with the Chinese New Year, the charge for an appointment will be $95. I appreciate all of my patients and will continue to offer each of you my respect, the highest quality of care, and hopefully a smile. This is my fourteenth year in practice and I am grateful to: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on February 4, 2016

Five Element Constitutional Diagnosis

Last year I had the pleasure of meeting Lonny Jarrett in person, when he visited Chicago for a workshop. For those of you who missed him last May, do not despair! He is returning, with a two weekend seminar on five element constitutional diagnosis. From Shen Ming Seminars – How lamentable is it to neglect: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on January 14, 2016

Happy Holidays!! Share the Gift of Acupuncture and Receive $5 Off

The holidays are here and what better gift then the  gift of health and relaxation. In the spirit of the holidays, through December 23rd, I am offering gift certificates for acupuncture sessions at a discounted rate (to be used at your convenience). Sessions are normally $90 but if you purchase a gift certificate by 12/23, it is only: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on December 14, 2015

This Chicago Acupuncturist Loves Ginger

“Drink Ginger tea” this is one of the most common suggestions I make in my Chicago acupuncture practice. Don’t underestimate ginger just because it isn’t the fancy favorite of TV Chefs. Ginger root is a common herb used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (the Chinese name is Sheng Jiang).   Ginger’s rhizome (the underground stem) is: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on November 19, 2015

Local Acupuncturist Responds To Chicago Tribune Article: Chinese Medicine Is Effective AND Safe

My good friend and colleague, Nicole Hohmann L.A.c., has a lot to say about a recent article in the Chicago Tribune. The article titled ‘Testing Traditional Chinese Medicine’ appeared in the Tribune on 9/21/15, it leaves the reader without a clear picture of modern Traditional Chinese Medicine in America. I am proud to publish Nicole’s: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on September 24, 2015
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