It is true what they say, every day is a new beginning. We have the opportunity each and every day to start something new. However, every 365 days we celebrate the beginning of a new year and for some reason, that day is different. Everything feels possible with the start of a new year. What […]
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“The sages of antiquity did not treat those who were already sick, but those who were not sick… When a disease has already broken out and is only then treated, would that not be just as late as to wait for thirst before digging a well, or to wait to go into battle before casting […]
Acupuncture can be very useful used alone or in conjunction with other therapies to treat childhood and adolescent depression.
Like it or not, winter is just around the corner. Some folks love the winter and embrace the chance to enjoy the outdoor activities only available during this season. Others recoil at the thought of ice, snow, and cold wind. One thing we can all agree on is that winter injuries can be debilitating. How […]
We’ve all been there. The weather is perfect, you’ve managed to carve out some time for yourself, and you are enjoying the best run, ride, hike, swim, or climb you have had in months. And then you feel it. That quick pain that lets you know you have just done something ever so slightly wrong and injured […]
Pain Is Just Stagnation When dealing with chronic, debilitating pain, it’s easy to become wrapped up in the emotions and feelings that long-lasting pain can create in the body. We can become entrenched in our stories behind the pain, the “what ifs,” and the possible self-victimization tied up with it. But what if […]
Leaky What?? Leaky Gut! If you’ve ever dealt with digestive woes, you’ve probably heard the phrase “leaky gut”. Leaky gut syndrome has become a trendy, catch-all diagnosis for many gut-related issues and digestive imbalances. The name, however, can be slightly misleading. Leaky gut typically refers to increased permeability of the intestinal walls. This occurs when […]
Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the US – more than 2 million Americans are diagnosed every year, it’s 15% higher in Colorado than the rest of the nation. A 2004 survey found that 45.1% of white adults in Colorado had at least one sunburn in the past year. 1 So before you […]
Please help us help the Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence. Next Saturday (May 10th) I’m teaming up with Samhitta Jones and Community Acupuncture Boulder to raise money for the Safehouse Alliance. $40 for 1-hour acupuncture sessions. All proceeds go to the Safehouse. Please spread the word!