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Acupuncture Cured Angelina Jolie’s Bell’s Palsy

Have you seen the recent article on USA Today about Angelina Jolie’s struggle with Bell’s Palsy?

The most interesting part is that Angelina “credited acupuncture for a full recovery.”

See details in https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/people/2017/07/26/angelina-jolie-reveals-bells-palsy-diagnosis

Spring Seasonal Treatment

Spring Tune-Up (March 15 - March 30, 2017)

Everyone is very excited in spring. The days get longer, the weather gets warmer, and flowers start to bloom…

According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, whenever there is a seasonal change, the energetics in the atmosphere shift and the Qi in our body shifts as well. Each season is connected with particular organs or meridians of the human body. Treatment is more effective for these organs if done during their season. Spring organ/meridian connections are Liver and Gallbladder. The Liver and Gallbladder meridians control muscle, tendons, eyes and genitals, regulate blood volume and emotional changes, and maintain the free flow of Qi.

"You can think of the world as a macrocosm, and the body as a microcosm. The changes that occur in the universe naturally occur in our bodies. Just like the change of seasons, our body is going to shift into the energy of Spring - whether we want it to or not.  Winter was the most Yin of the seasons and relates to suppression. Winter is dark, cold, slow, and inward in nature. Spring is the most Yang of the seasons."

Join us for the Spring Seasonal Treatments to get better health, more energy and balance in life.

Acupuncture can reduce the frequency of migraines

This past week, CNN highlighted the results of a clinical study verifying that acupuncture can reduce the frequency of migraines and prevent future attacks.

From CNN:

"A study published Monday in The Journal of the American Medical Association said acupuncture may be helpful in reducing the frequency of migraines and preventing attacks.

Researchers in China found that properly administered acupuncture therapy may reduce the frequency of the most common types of migraines. The research, which builds on a body of knowledge from smaller studies, looked at how true acupuncture compared with sham acupuncture in reducing migraine attacks and symptoms in those who have been battling the condition for at least a year.

All treatments were administered by trained and licensed acupuncturists who trained for at least five years and had four or more years of clinical experience. Recipients of 'true acupuncture' were treated in four acupoints chosen by clinical experts. The four points used for the 'sham' group were chosen to avoid migraine relief.

Twenty weeks after receiving treatment at five times a week, patients in the true acupuncture group saw a reduction in the average number of migraines from 4.8 per month to 3 per month, with no adverse events reported requiring 'special medical intervention."

Hongping Ren selected for Outstanding Leadership

Women leadership

" Dear Hongping, On behalf of The International Women’s Leadership Association, it is my distinct pleasure to notify you that, in consideration of your contribution to family career, and community, you have been selected as a woman of outstanding leadership. We live in a demanding world! Women are challenged to balance their lives in and out of the workplace, at home, and in the community. These challenges require that we think creatively in establishing meaningful resources that provide options without obligation, efficiency with effectiveness, relationships with reliability. These are the aspirations of TheIWLA: to inspire and empower you to continue to pursue personal and professional development, to surpass your own expectations, and to support other women as they strive to reach their goals."  ~Beth Johnston, Executive Director, TheIWLA

How Seasonal Acupuncture Can Help You in the Summer?

Summer seasonal acupuncture Hongping Ren BellevueSummer is almost here! The days are long and the weather gets hot. With all the season changes going on around us, our bodies are naturally bound to react. Whenever there is a seasonal change, the energetic in the atmosphere shift and the Qi in our body shifts as well. You’ve probably heard about heat-related disorders and seasonal affective disorder related to the summer season. Heat-related illness encompasses a spectrum of conditions that range from minor illnesses to life-threatening medical emergencies. Specific symptoms of summer disorder include but not limited to depression, loss of appetite, trouble sleeping, weight loss, anxiety, stroke, fatigue, nausea, headaches, muscle aches and cramps, and etc. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine each season is connected with particular organs or meridians of the human body. The start of the season is a traditionally recognized time to have acupuncture.

Join me on the blog for more Summer Seasonal Treatments!

Upcoming FREE Dental, Vision & Medical Clinic in Seattle

Upcoming Clinic

For a FREE Dental, Vision & Medical Clinic
Seattle/King County Clinic with Remote Area Medical®
OCTOBER 23 - 26, 2014
KeyArena at Seattle Center

Hongping Ren at Seattle upcoming clinic

Hongping Ren (LAc, MS, OMD) from Authentic Chinese Acupuncture will be a volunteer in the upcoming clinic at KeyArena on October 26 to provide free acupuncture services including consultation, meridian energy balance testing and analysis, TCM diagnosis, and some non-invasive acupuncture therapies.

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