Hypnosis For Weight Loss Without Struggling.

Once people’s conscious desire, which is, “I want to lose weight” is aligned with the ‘I must survive’ needs of the unconscious mind, the conflicting viewpoints recede and people tend to keep the weight off.

Male Infertility

Long thought to be solely a ‘female issue’, up to 40% of difficulties in conception can be traced to fertility issues in the male. This can have a negative impact on natural conception, as well as with IVF and ART.

The Art Of Eastern Medicine

The Art Of Eastern Medicine Voltaire: “The art of medicine consists in amusing the patient while nature cures the disease.” Alec Baldwin’s arrogant surgeon in the movie “Malice”: “When someone goes into that chapel and they fall on their knees and they pray to God that their wife doesn’t miscarry or that their daughter doesn’t bleed to death or that … Read More

Acupuncture, The Oldest Medicine

An NIH report stated, “the data in support of acupuncture are as strong as those for many accepted Western medical therapies.”

Acupuncture As A Fatigue And Pain Treatment

Acupuncture Is A Treatment for Fatigue And Pain (Rachelle Holmes was kind enough to offer to do a guest post on acupuncture; I’m happy to oblige her.) By Rachelle Holmes of Chicago Breast Augmentation and Chicago Liposuction Center, MetropolitanMDs. Acupuncture is one of the oldest forms of health care and treatments on the planet, but it still serves its purposes … Read More

The Intake: A Dance

The Intake: A Dance The process of seeing a new patient remains a unique experience. It is understandable that a person new to acupuncture therapy might feel trepidation the first time out.  A process of collecting details in order to create a comprehensive diagnosis, the intake is an elegant encounter between an (often) apprehensive patient and the inquiring acupuncturist. For … Read More

Selling Creativity: The Artist’s dilemma

Acupuncture treats anxiety, depression and panic attacks. As a practitioner for fifteen years, I’ve seen many creative people; they tend to be highly receptive to subtle changes in the body’s energy.