It only makes sense that the body works better when it is in balance

Thousands of years ago, some very observant individuals noticed certain patterns that develop when humans are exposed to various stresses.To help themselves and others, they developed a way of counteracting the effects of these stressors. As time went on, they experimented and revised these methods to treat the many afflictions that have haunted man since the beginning.
Staying healthy and avoiding bad habits is what they determined led to a longer, happier lifetime. This is the TAO (pronounced DAO), THE WAY (to live one’s life). Try it, you’ll see. How you live and what you eat affect your health. Eat well and exercise so that you will avoid health problems that cost money and cause suffering.

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Self care -Chronic pain | Orlando Acupuncture

I have chronic pain, how do I take care of myself at home after an acupuncture visit?
According to Chinese medicine, chronic pain is always caused by blood stasis, which means that blood circulation to a painful area is diminished. This can get worse when the weather changes, with the common cold, or when the […]

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Self care-Emotional problems | Orlando Acupuncture

I have been treated with acupuncture for stress, depression, or anxiety with sleep difficulties. How can I best take care of myself at home after an acupuncture visit?
In Chinese medicine, both physical and emotional problems stem from disharmonies and imbalances between “yin and yang”. To support the treatment at home, patients are advised to […]

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Self care -Ginger Tea | Orlando Acupuncture

Use Ginger tea to help the common cold, flu, allergies, cough, nausea/vomiting, poor appetite, loose stools, headache and stomachache.
Ingredients and Quantity: Fresh ginger (5-7g), water (1 cup), and sugar (1 tbsp). Method: 1) Mince the fresh ginger into thin small pieces. 2) Combine ginger pieces and water in a pot and bring to […]

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Self care-Ance | Orlando Acupuncture

Follow Up Acne Self-Care after Visiting Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine
After receiving treatment with acupuncture and Chinese medicine for acne, the treatments will be able to be supplemented and made more effective, and the patient will be best served, by performing some self-care at home. This is especially important for those with scarring and cystic […]

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Self care- Digestive system | Orlando Acupuncture

I have chronic digestive problems such as acid reflux, poor appetite, constipation or fullness and distention in the lower abdomen. How do I take care of myself at home after an acupuncture visit?
According to traditional Chinese medicine, the digestive system equates to the “spleen and stomach”. Chronic digestive problems are due to deficiency of […]

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Dr.Yang Success Case Ulcerative Colitis | Orlando Acupuncture

Acupuncture combined with Chinese herbal formulas can help ulcerative colitis with diarrhea and bleeding; Western medicines can be discontinued, in time.

A 60 year old female came to the clinic for help with ulcerative colitis, accompanied by diarrhea and blood in the stool. Her primary request was to attempt to reduce her use of medications. […]

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Dr.Yang Success Case Raynaud’s Disease| Orlando Acupuncture

Acupuncture in combination with Chinese Herbal formulas Can Help Scleroderma accompanied by Raynaud’s Disease

Case No. 1:
A 68-year-old female was admitted to the clinic for help with a sixteen year history of scleroderma accompanied by Raynaud’s syndrome (disease). She was suffering from hardening and tightness of the limbs, face and abdomen; coldness, and a purplish […]

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TCM for hormonal imbalance — Dr. Yang Specialty | Orlando Acupuncture

Acupuncture and Chinese Herb Treat Symptoms of Hormonal Imbalance

Hormonal imbalance affects the health and quality of life of many people. It is not uncommon for many, if not most, people to experience some difficulties with hormonal imbalance throughout life. Hormonal imbalance is not a problem isolated to women, as both men and women […]

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Acne–Dr.Yang Specialty | Orlando Acupuncture

Dr. Yang’s Chinese Medicine Assessment for Severe Acne

Acne is a common skin disease which most often affects:

1). Teenagers,

2). Women before the menstrual period,

3). Women after taking, or stopping, birth control pills,

4). Some patients that have a family history of acne.

 

Chinese Medicine describes the etiology of acne as an imbalance in internal physiological and energetic […]

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Thyroid Disorders — Dr.Yang Specialty | Orlando Acupuncture

The Advantages of Treating Thyroid Disorders with Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine

Common thyroid disorders include hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, thyroiditis, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, subacute thyroiditis, chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis, and goiter.

Hypothyroidism is a very common chronic health problem for women in the United States. Thyroid disorders often cause a cluster of health problems simultaneously, and often interfere with the […]

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