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#1 – This article series includes the topic of Obesity and weight management, although it is not the ONLY topic discussed. But considering the era we’re in, the three-fold increase in obesity (33% of Americans are overweight and another 33% are obese, compared to just 14% 10 years ago) since the early 1990s and now...
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Emily the acupuncturist had performed a compelte physical exam, as they had planned when he called in with a long laundry list of complaints. She had him sit on the edge of the massage table and rolled over to his feet. In her experience, Emily had seen that allopathic (western) medicine tended to treat symptoms...
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The legs Part 1 – the Sclerosa Highway Arty chuckled a bit, and dopishly pointed to Sclerosa with his thumb ,”she’s the one whose really  got the veins,doc, check these out,” he said crassly but before he could get at Sclerosa, she pulled away. “It’s okay, I don’t have to see them,” Emily said soothingly,...
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Hips, Low Back, and the GUI System as an energetic system. Part 1 – Malaigned by Misalignment “Arty, stand up,” said Emily the Acupuncturist. After performing some physical eam she said, “OK, you can sit back down.” “What’d you see, my sciatica?” “We already went over this you don’t have true sciatica, what you have...
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  The Lower “Burner” “In Chinese Medicine,” Emily began, “we have this concept called jiaos (jee-ows) that mean more or less burners – like grills. They are upper, middle, and lower. The lower burner is three things. One: it is everything below your umbilicus (belly button). Secondly, it is also the contents of your lower...
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There is an unfortunate side-effect to the non-shamanistic approach to medicine these days – or the “hospital” form of medicine: and it is that there are two common groups of people that fall right through the cracks and don’t get the care and healing that they deserve. I’m not talking about poor education of a doctor, misdiagnosis, or...
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  I (Ramon) often get this question, naturally because people are curious, and also because the concept of Qi has traditionally been mysterious for the Chinese and especially for Americans. After all, it’s a Chinese word to start with, and then it seems rather strange (after all) that sticking needles in the body would do...
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[responsive][/responsive]Arty felt extremely uncomfortable. Sclerosa a bit ashamed. But Emily felt right at home eating inside the Co-op’s restaurant. They were, admittedly, out of place. No one in there was over 200 pounds except them. Emily could see they were uncomfortable. She watched with compassion as Sclerosa tried her best to make a salad. Arty...
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[separator headline=”h1″ title=”The Upper Jiao”] “So, let’s continue,” Emily said after a brief water break, “talking about the Upper Jiao. In particular, let’s talk about shoulder, neck, and head. [responsive] [/responsive] “Suppose for a moment that your body is rather like a puppet on strings. If you removed the strings, the body would fall, so,...
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  “Is health really all about the abdomen? The way my doctor talks, and you know… the main reason I got into all this mess… was ma’ ticker,” Arty knocked on his chest.Emily smiled, “Well your doctor isn’t wrong. The lungs and heart are pretty much – outside of the Brain – the most important...
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