Han Shi Acupuncture
医者父母心 ：Treating each patient as same as treating our own children.
Preventative Eye Exercise: 4/10/2014
This exercise if for strained eyes and to prevent the deterioration of the eyesight. It is a small massage using important acupuncture points.
Liver Qi Stagnation: 4/10/2014
This video shows a short exercise to clear up Liver Qi in the Spring season when it is most active.
Chinese Herbal Medicine: 3/20/2014
We have received a lot of calls recently about Corydalis. We DO NOT sell herbs to consumers without a prescription from a certified Chinese Herbal Practitioner. If someone doesn’t apply Chinese Herbal Medicine’s principles when using plants or other products from mother nature, I consider they are NOT USING CHINESE MEDICINE, they are using PLANT MEDICINE. For example, Corydalis has the function of pain reduction, but we don’t use it alone as a single plant! Just because plants come from mother nature does not mean they do not have poison.
Corydalis (Corydalis, Xuan Hu Suo) side effects – Corydalis contains a variety of alkaloids, mainly isoquinoline derivatives. Side effects include excessive paralysis after spinal nerve poisoning and limb muscles, inhibiting central nervous system, causing vascular paralysis, respiratory depression and cardiac dysfunction.
(1) Side effects: oral nausea, dizziness, fatigue and other adverse reactions. Taking in powder form greater than 10g, may cause a loss of appetite, bloating, lethargy; transaminase (S-GPT) elevated heart rate, ECG T-wave widened rise. Oral or topical injections can cause allergic reactions.
(2) toxic reactions: dizziness, pallor, weak heartbeat, weak pulse, drowsiness, weakness, difficulty breathing, convulsions, drop in blood pressure; severe cases can cause shock, convulsions, respiratory center depression, Parkinson syndrome.
Michael Hinton, Licensed Acupuncturist
Min Xiong 熊敏 ,Licensed Acupuncturist
Providing Traditional Chinese Medicine and Complementary Care to:
Reading and Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Michael Hinton (OMD, L.Ac.) has joined the staff of Women’s Clinic in West Reading and is working closely with Dr. Pellegrini and Dr. Minassian in the treatment of infertility for several years.
<<黄帝内经>>：素问– 四气调神大论篇第二 (Yellow emperor’s internal medicine: su wen # 2)
So the saints have not only to treat disease, but treatment of the disease before they occur. Do not wait until the chaos has happened before going to management, but management before it happens. If the disease has occurred, then go to treatment, just like you dig a well when you feel thirsty, or you make weapons just before the war takes place. Is it not too late yet?
Acupuncture has been cited by the World Health Organization to treat 43 conditions including:
|Addiction-alcohol, drug, smoking||Facial palsy/tics||Pneumonia|
|Carpal Tunnel Syndrome||Headache||Disorder (SAD)|
|Chronic Fatigue||Hiccups||Shoulder pain|
|Common Cold||Indigestion||Sleep problems|
|Dental Pain||Low back pain||Stress|
|Digestive trouble||Migraine||Trigeminal Neuralgia|
|Dizziness||Morning Sickness||Urinary tract infection|
|Emotional problems||Pain||Wrist pain|
National Institute of Health Conference (NIH) found Acupuncture
* Effective for adult post-operative and chemotherapy nausea and vomiting; a reasonable option for post-operative myofascial and low back pain; should be a part of a comprehensive program for asthma, addiction and smoking cessation.
* Has substantially lower incidence of adverse effects than many drugs or accepted medical procedures used for the same conditions.
* The data in support of acupuncture are as strong as for many accepted Western medical therapies.
Clinical Research (NIH) demonstrates that Acupuncture
* Stimulates bone regrowth
* Regulates blood pressure
* Increases red and white blood cell count
Stimulates production of pain modulating endorphins and enkephalins;
The Body Electric by Robert Becker, MD;
The Vital Meridian by Alan Bensoussian