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Acupuncture and Herbal medicine as practiced in ancient and modern China are perfect examples of successful and effective healing methods that have survived the test of time. With their roots in the folk remedies supplied by wandering barefoot doctors, this developing medicine later entered the domain of the imperial schools, absorbing the wisdom of Taoism, Buddhism and other foreign traditions that had influenced Chinese culture. Even when outlawed in favor of the newly emerging Western medicine by the communist government in 1911, Traditional Chinese Medicine was promptly called back into use due to its unparalleled ability to provide the already vast Chinese population with effective, low-cost health care. Now, after decades of conscientious study and integration, Traditional Chinese Medicine is practiced in close conjunction with modern bio-medicine, offering solutions and alternatives to modern health concerns.

The World Health Organization (WHO), recognizes Acupuncture as an effective tool for treating the following health conditions:

Digestive & Gastro-Intestinal Disorders:

Abdominal pain, Acute bacillary dysentery, Constipation, Chronic duodenal ulcer (pain relief),
Acute duodenal ulcer (without complications), Diarrhea, Acute and chronic gastritis, Gastric hyperacidity
Gastroptosis, Hiccough, Indigestion, Paralytic ileus, Spasms of esophagus and cardia.

Respiratory Disorders:

Acute bronchitis, Bronchial asthma (most effective in children and with no complicating conditions),
Common cold, Acute rhinitis, Acute sinusitis, Smoking cessation, Acute tonsillitis

Eyes-Ears-Nose-Throat conditions:

Acute conjunctivitis, Cataract (without complications), Central retinitis, Gingivitis, Myopia (in children)
Poor vision, Tinnitus, Toothache

Emotional Conditions:

Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia, Nervousness, Neurosis

Gynecological Disorders:

Infertility, Menopausal symptoms, Premenstrual syndrome

Musculo-Skeletal Disorders:

Arthritis, Back pain, Muscle cramping, Muscle pain, Muscle weakness, Neck pain

Neurological Conditions:

Cervicobrachial syndrome, Frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, Facial palsy (early stage), Headaches
Intercostal neuralgia, Meniere's disease, Migraines, Neurogenic bladder disorder, Nocturnal enuresis
Parkinson's disease, Peripheral neuropathies, Post-operative pain, Sciatica, Sequelae of poliomyelitis (early stage), Stroke, Trigeminal neuralgia

Miscellaneous Disorders:

Addiction control, Athletic performance, Blood pressure regulation, Chronic fatigue, Immune system
toning, Stress reduction

From other sources, Traditional Chinese Medicine has also been recommended to treat the following conditions:

All types of pain, Acne, Allergies, Acid reflux, GERD, heartburn, Asthma, Wheezing, Cough, Dizziness, Vertigo, Edema, Epilepsy, Fatigue, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Goiter, Hemorrhoids, Impotence, Sexual dysfunction, Jaundice, Loss of voice, Aphasia, Mouth ulcers, Nosebleeds, Painful urination, Painful menstruation, Amenorrhea, Sore throat, Spasms, convulsions, Skin disorders

 


  Paul Kempisty
   MSTOM. L.Ac.

  73 Spring St
  Suite 201 
  NY, NY. 10012
  917 657 7246

 

 

 

 

   
   
 
   

 

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