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Home > Points Newsletter > March 2004

Points Newsletter - March 2004

Preserve Your Health all Year Long
By Xiaomei Cai

According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, the key to health preservation is living in harmony with nature. This article contains the four methods that can keep you healthy. More...

Acutonics: Integrating Sound Healing into Your Acupuncture Practice
By Donna Carey, PhD, Lac and Ellen Franklin, PhD

Sound Healing is a powerful, creative healing force used by cultures around the world for thousands of years to transform body, mind and spirit. Acutonics is a unique approach to Sound Healing that works with the principals of Oriental Medicine and the Music of the Spheres. Acutonics is having profound results in the treatment of chronic and debilitating conditions and in helping people to balance spiritual, emotional and physical energies. More...

An Open Letter to the Oriental Medicine Community
By Becky Rubright, Dipl. Ac., A.P.

I have recently experienced an appalling and disturbing interaction with our national certification organization, the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). I want to share this experience with the Traditional Oriental Medicine community so that everyone is aware of a shockingly incongruous policy stance within an organization that is supposedly supportive of our profession and has respect for the scope of care we provide. More...

  German Dystonia Patients Try CAM Treatments
  Inadequate Pain Control Drives Peripheral Neuropathy
  Patients to CAM
   Case Study: Acupuncture Saves Marriage?

Q: I read an article where a lady said that a man was having seizures and she stopped them by pressing Heart 9 on his little finger of his right hand. Is this possible? And what is Heart 9?

A: Jitao Bai writes: Yes, pressing the point of Heart 9 is a possible treatment for seizure emergency rescue. In Chinese medicine, the Heart meridian is in charge of not only the heart and circulation but also all the nerve-related systems and symptoms.

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