The topic of dry needling is one of the most controversial topics in the field of contemporary Chinese medicine and acupuncture. In this column installment originally published in Acupuncture Today I will discuss some important ideas for practitioners of TCM and acupuncture to ponder in relation to the often perceived "threat" of dry needling. Not … Continue reading How Can Dry Needling Compete With TCM?
The world is filled with magic if one has the eyes to see. Nuances of color and light reveal their cosmic whispers as the seasons ebb and flow, luscious fertile essences are manifested in the waxing and waning of the moon and the rising and setting of the sun. The systole and diastole of the … Continue reading The Ritual of Life
Head over to Acupuncture Today, for my recent column focusing exclusively on the theoretical discussion and clinical application of acupuncture theory and acupuncture points. READ MORE - On Point: Acupuncture Theory and Discussion (Acupuncture Today) I hope this column can help answer some of these questions I regularly receive - including one of the most common … Continue reading On Point: Acupuncture Theory and Discussion (Acupuncture Today)
As we move into the fall season there are some simple and effective habits / lifestyle / dietary adjustments we can make to more effectively harmonize our minds / bodies to the cooler weather. The winter is inching closer and with this season comes the usual paranoia about “cold and flu season.” This article will … Continue reading Keys for Winter Health
Head over to Acupuncture Today, for some insights into battling those lingering cold/flu symptoms. READ MORE – Herbal Remedies for Cold/Flu Symptoms (Acupuncture Today) This column provides some alternatives to the common over the counter medications that many patients report taking to help get through the end stages of these common ills. Enjoy! – Craig Williams,L.Ac., Clinical … Continue reading Herbal Remedies for Cold/Flu Symptoms (Acupuncture Today)