Acupuncture Is An Immune Booster

Studies are verifying what I see in my New York clinic: that Acupuncture is an immune booster. Not only does it raise the body’s own levels of interferon, NK-cell and citokines, acupuncture also stimulates lymph drainage and arterial flow. This increases oxygenation throughout the body and enhances the release of toxins such as lactic acid, among many others. Natural Killer … Read More

Self-Hypnosis Relieves Pain

In 1999 the British Medical Journal advanced its opinion that hypnosis was effective for many more things including relief from the treatments of cancer, panic disorders, insomnia, phobias, obesity, pain, asthma, and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).

Enhanced Orgasm for Women Part I: The Inward Pull

Enhanced Orgasm for Women Part I: The Inward Pull This blog is a continuation and gathering of four previous blogs that I wrote on Taoist Meditation—all of them influenced by the wonderful work of Mantak Chia.  Those are: Meditation Is an Energetic Turn-On; Taoist Meditation II; Taoist Meditation 3: Turn Off the Dark and The Healing Smile And How to … Read More

A Day In The Life…Of An NYC Acupuncturist

It was a terrific first job, where I was able to treat sciatica, chronic knee, shoulder, and elbow pain, along with insomnia and anxiety. So I found Alan and, after offering him a cut of my commission, off we went.

The Enemy Within: Obesity Is Eating This Country

When researchers started looking at the hurdles in our society to putting down junk food, they found complacency had set it in.
I call it brainwashing.
As a nation we are aboard a speeding train heading flat out, or I should say, fat-out, toward obesity and illness. Unless we start implementing radical changes, the next decade will bring with it chronic illness that is going to set in and explode exponentially.

Acupuncture And Hypnosis Help You Stop Smoking

You may be wondering how acupuncture and hypnosis help you stop smoking. In fact they are two synergistic therapies that work beautifully together to help you become a non-smoker. Certainly most experts agree that quitting smoking is the single most important thing you can do for your health, but as anyone who has smoked–this former smoker included–it isn’t usually easy. … Read More