Pain relief is a common reason people seek acupuncture. Read research that demonstrates the brain activity that occurs during acupuncture treatment and how it could contribute to acupuncture’s pain relieving effects. Read more
Acupuncture for hot flashes? Don’t sweat it! Research shows acupuncture reduces hot flashes. Women in menopause may needlessly suffer through hot flashes and other uncomfortable symptoms such as vaginal dryness, irritability, and weight gain. I treat menopausal symptoms regularly at my Downingtown acupuncture office with great success! Read more
To help with the pain and uncomfortable symptoms of cancer treatment, many people are trying acupuncture and other Chinese Medicine treatments. This WebMD video presents the story of one woman, Gene Brelsford, who uses acupuncture and Chinese Medicine cupping to help with the chronic pain following her cancer treatments and surgery.
Gene’s Chinese Medicine doctor and pain management specialist, Dr. Chung at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, states that 80-90% of people get better in 1-2 treatments. Dr. Chung states the importance of finding a highly educated and qualified acupuncturist to receive successful treatment. With over 15 years in the Alternative Medicine profession and a nearly non-stop education, Margaret Celli of Inner Light Wellness has helped hundreds of people experience dramatic relief from pain and illness. Read more