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The Evolution of My Healing: The Kidneys.

Our constitution, our overall health - mind, body & spirit, is comprised not only of our personal health habits and lifestyle, but also consists of an element of what is passed to us. The health and experiences of our parents and ancestors, something in addition to genetics - a life force or essence - may be something to consider in your path of healing. Traditional Chinese Medicine is about our whole selves - our connectivity to all - even our past.

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9 Foods To Keep You Cool As a Cucumber

Part of a larger medical system, the best acupuncture should also come along with dietary, lifestyle and herb recommendations. Diet in Chinese Medicine is not just about eating healthy or counting calories. Rather, foods have properties and food is used as medicine.

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10 Tips To Manage Stress

You’ve heard it a bunch, stress is a contributing factor to many diseases. And then you ask yourself, “Am I Stressed?” and reply, “nope”. The thing is, stress isn’t always about emotions, like frustration or anger. Stress burdens our body/mind everyday with how we eat, where we live, how we commute, the way we sit or don’t move our body…it’s complicated! Read on to understand more about stress, how acupuncture reduces stress and tips to help your whole self handle it.

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Acupuncture For Migraines and Headaches

Do you suffer from regular headaches or migraines? Many folks do not get the prevention or relief they are hoping for from medications. Often, the cause of their headaches is also not identified. Acupuncture for headaches and acupuncture for migraines have shown to reduce symptoms and frequency by addressing underlying imbalances in the body. Traditional Chinese Medicine views the body, mind & spirit differently than western medicine, offering treatment, recommendations and a unique assessment of the root issues causing this condition for you.

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How To Treat PCOS Without Birth Control

Birth control medication is a common way PCOS is treated or managed. Traditional Chinese Medicine, which includes acupuncture, offers a natural approach to PCOS. Garden Acupuncture specializes in women’s health conditions and reproductive system health.

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Where is the best place to have a baby? We had a home birth.

The right place to have your baby is completely up to you, your comfort level and properly being aware of your risk factors. Lisa Metzger and Alex Goldberg, co-founders of Garden Acupuncture used Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture for fertility to help conceive their 2 daughters. In this post they share their intimate experience with home birth, tips for the journey of labor and some insight about your birthing options.

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Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs, & Yoga Treating Infertility
Acupuncture Curing Morning Sickness

Acupuncture for morning sickness and other pregnancy symptoms can bring relief.

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Eating Junk Food Linked To Infertility

Infertility is complicated and generally many factors contribute to difficulty conceiving. Diet is one factor that should be addressed for fertility, and a step further - eating in alignment with what your body needs to help rebalance. Garden Acupuncture’s experience in fertility shows that all aspects of health - body, mind, spirit, lifestyle and environment - should be addressed concurrently for optimal results.

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Weight Loss - 22 Helpful Hints - Lose Your Weight Without Exercise
What Can You Do To Lose Weight?

What can you do to lose weight? Did you know Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture for weight loss is a viable option? Alex Goldberg, Co-Founder of Garden Acupuncture, specializes in acupuncture for weight loss with custom nutritional counseling and monitoring, lifestyle changes and support through the process.

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Garden Acupuncture - How Can Acupuncture & TCM Help With Infertility?
Fertility Research - How The Enviornment & Nutrition Affect Your Chances
Acupuncture For Infants Is Safe & Works!

Garden Acupuncture is experienced with providing pediatric acupuncture generally for ages 5 & up. Acupuncture is safe for toddlers and infants when administered by a licensed and experienced practitioner. Garden Acupuncture recommends calling ahead if your child is under 5 years. Needle free techniques are available.

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