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Say Goodbye to Pain

76.2 Million in Pain According to statistics from the National Centers for Health Statistics 76.2 million Americans suffer with pain. That is more than the 23.6 million that have diabetes,...

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Acupuncture Approved to Help Ease Opioid Crisis

BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee announced that it will now cover acupuncture as part of its sweeping change to address the opioid epidemic that has even resulted in a substantial increase...

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Acupuncture for Managing Cancer Symptoms – Pain, Fatigue, Neuropathy, Hot Flashes, Xerostomia

Very positive reports on the use of acupuncture to manage cancer symptoms with conventional treatment came from a symposium on Acupuncture for Cancer Symptom Management that was held by The...

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Celebrating our 40th Year in South Carolina

South Carolina’s Oldest Acupuncture Clinic was founded in 1979. Our work facilitated the legislation that established the standards of practice and the licensing of acupuncture in both South Carolina and...

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What Is Traditional Chinese Medicine?

When one thinks of Traditional Chinese Medicine many times herbs and supplements come to mind, but there are other elements that most people are unaware of. Tai Chi, yoga, meditation...

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Why Should I Try Acupuncture?

Many people have a legitimate fear of needles, and this can prevent certain health measures like acupuncture. What a lot of people don’t realize is that the needles used in...

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