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Telehealth is very popular right now, for good reason – it allows the patient and the provider the ability to discuss concerns and symptoms from the comfort of their homes or offices without having to engage with others on the way to or during a visit. While there is no substitute for an acupuncture session,...
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A letter from 3.20.2020 Dear Patients and Friends,  In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic as declared by the WHO, we offer this information to help boost immunity and echo guidance for what to do if you are symptomatic. This is not meant to treat or diagnose any condition, nor to imply that following these...
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Dear Berea Patients, I’m back! That is to say, I will be, starting Oct. 15. As many of you know, Shifu Ramon and I used to work Berea together until we had our fourth baby when I took time away and practiced solely in Lexington. Now the time has come for me to take the...
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We’re moving across town! March 29th will be the last day at Willow Oak. We are moving to 1200 Versailles Rd. That is about a mile from downtown, and it is very easy to get to. It’s a standalone house with phenomenal signage and glass opportunity. The facility is slightly smaller, however. We are very...
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In a followup to the Electrical Fields research, which you can read direct from our blog over to RG, Sf. Ramon has created a new and exciting fractal model of acupuncture meridians and points. This type of model has never been created before… not like this. Previous research is discussed, plenty of citations are given....
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Or, “I have been changing diapers for eight years!” There are two things in this world that I really specialize in. One, as you might expect, is acupuncture. The other is being a mother. All of our (incredibly beautiful, gifted, hilarious, etc., etc.) children are under the age of nine. So I often say things...
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I’m not singling out a single doctor or condition or even specialty practice. But I do often see mistakes (from western and eastern points of view) when patients come in. I’d like to address the top 5 that you – as the OWNERS of your health – need to be aware of. Not touching, observing,...
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Wu-Tao-Di Articles are for sophisticated students and patients. In each we try to explore the Chinese sciences, culture, medicine, and martial arts a little further to broaden our understanding and depth vis-a-vis the language and literature of Chinese antiquity. “Wu-Tao-Di Research Article 3: He 合 Points” Normally a 合 ‘he’ (huh) point has been translated in...
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A heavy heart is hard to live with. That’s why laughter is the best medicine. Today on this yang day I want to remind all of my patients and friends that the secrets of longevity are a dense body, but not a dense heart or heavy one. The methods of alleviating pressure from the heart...
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[separator headline=”h1″ title=”Going beyond Western Care”] I admit that Chinese people, as an average, have terrible teeth (in China). By and large, western dental care and facilities are much better. The attitude here in America is better about teeth. Still, fact is, most adults end up with dentures in America and umpteen root canals and...
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