Dawn Potter Acupuncture in Clearwater, FL, treats a variety of conditions, including infertility. Many of her patients ask if they can continue acupuncture after they have successfully become pregnant, and the answer is yes! In fact, it is beneficial to do so; Acupuncture helps to increase circulation of fresh nutrients and oxygen to the growing fetus, and supports the mother’s health in many ways, including reducing nausea and vomiting, pain, fatigue, and other pregnancy-related symptoms.
Endometriosis Acupuncture: Ancient Remedies for Modern Problems
Acupuncture has been used in most Asian countries for thousands of years to treat a variety of diseases and health issues. Thanks to travelers, this medical art form has been available to patients in the US for the past few decades. One area that acupuncture is very successful in treating is that of pain, including pelvic pain. A relatively common cause of pelvic pain in women is endometriosis, and endometriosis acupuncture is a very successful way to address the pain and inflammation that results from this condition.
Acupuncture is an Eastern medicinal technique that is now used in both the East and the West to address many health problems. Fertility acupuncture can increase a person’s chances of conception. Acupuncture has been known to treat infertility for both females and males for centuries.
In addition to the acupuncture, cupping, massage, herbs, nutrition and self-care guidance, I am now also offering Medical Qigong Treatment. This is a perfect and very useful complement to what I already offer. I am incorporating it into each acupuncture treatment, as well as offering it as a stand-alone treatment session.
This recipe is vegan, paleo, gluten-free, sugar-free and dairy-free:
This evening I was craving something cold and sweet. Rather than running out to find some sugar-filled, coconut-milk-based ice cream, I decided to see what I could whip up in my blender. So, I gathered: