Winter is here and with the cold weather come all the deep blessings of the darker months. Cultivating inner warmth, more silence, and a turning within are all gifts winter brings. Hard to feel it, I know, when we're all out running around crazy to check things off our lists in time for this party and that trip and this meal. But the spirit and energy of winter can be felt even in the midst of the bustle, and this is particularly true for the Water element in Chinese Medicine.
Do you want more insurance coverage for acupuncture?
Do you think Medicare/Medicaid should cover acupuncture?
Would you like to see Acupuncturists working in hospitals?
Does our healthcare system need more coordination with Complementary and Alternative Medicine?
A new program launched by the North Carolina Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCAAOM) is going to directly tackle these issues.
Starting out the New Year at TAC, we have some exciting news--help us welcome our new acupuncturist, Richard Oberg! Richard comes to us from Wisconsin and has a wealth of experience treating pain, women's health, and infertility, among many other general health concerns. His warm and peaceful nature, coupled with his years of experience in Eastern medicine, will be a wonderful addition to our Raleigh clinic.
Have you ever tried to talk a friend or loved one into getting acupuncture, someone who you know really needs it, only to hear something like: “Oh, I don’t think that would work for me, I don’t believe in it.” or “Oh, I believe in acupuncture, but I’m afraid it won’t work for me.” Well, this book review may provide some answers to sway such folks.