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Home > Points Newsletter > May 2005

Points Newsletter - May 2005

Acupuncture Face-Lift:
Rejuvenation from the Outside In

Many people in recent years have used acupuncture for “face-lift” or “facial-toning” treatments. We went looking for acupuncturists who specialized in facial rejuvenation acupuncture and found the authority at the Tao of Wellness in Santa Monica, California. One of the founders, Dr. Maoshing Ni, is a licensed acupuncturist and a board certified anti-aging health practitioner. Along with his brother, he also founded Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Los Angeles.

Allergic Rhinitis from a TCM Perspective

What exactly is allergic rhinitis?
When a person is first exposed to a specific allergen, such as house dust and pollen, certain antibodies bind onto the mast cells of the upper respiratory tract, triggering a release of histamine from the mast cells. This results in an increase of nasal secretion, congestion, itching, and sneezing - a condition we call allergic rhinitis.

The Effect of Chinese herbs on the Expression of Aquaporin
Acupuncture Pain Management for Patients with Cystic Fibrosis
The Effects of Laser Acupuncture on Chronic Tension Headache

Q: Is acupuncture used to treat neuropathy of the feet? The cause is unknown and doctors have tested me for the common causes which are all negative. Is there any success with acupuncture for neuropathy of the feet?

A: Peripheral neuropathy is a syndrome which includes symptoms of numbness, tingling, insensitivity, pain, and muscle weakness and atrophy. Usually it secondary to conditions including diabetes, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, alcoholism, HIV, or poisoning from heavy metals, carbon monoxide, or various drugs.

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