Have you been considering acupuncture in Clearwater, Florida? Curious about the history of acupuncture? When it all started? How it came to the United States? At Dawn Potter Acupuncture we are proud to offer Clearwater acupuncture and love educating our patients about it. Today, we’ll be covering a brief history of acupuncture and how it could benefit you. For additional questions about acupuncture near you or to schedule an appointment, contact our acupuncturist in Clearwater, Florida today.
When it comes to Chinese Medicine, many people can become confused. While Chinese Medicine is widely known for its pain relieving abilities, many people are unaware of how it can affect digestive disorders, stress levels, allergies and even fertility. At Dawn Potter Acupuncture, we offer a variety of Chinese Medicine treatment options, including acupuncture, chinese herbal medicine, cupping and even moxabustion. Depending upon the cause of your ailment, symptoms or conditions, different techniques may be recommended. If you have additional questions about our Clearwater chinese medicine, feel free to give us a call. We’re always happy to answer questions.
You’ve heard of yoga and its wonderful benefits, right? And meditation, of course. And many people are familiar with the slow, martial arts type movements of Tai Qi (“tie chee”). But, have you heard about Qi Gong (“chee gung”)? In fact, Tai Qi is one form of Qi Gong, of which there are many forms and lineages that have been passed down through the millenia in China.
Do you know anyone who experiences stress on a consistent basis? Could it be you?
No matter what your health goals are — whether it’s pain relief, more sleep, weight loss, or hormone balance — chronic stress can work against your progress. And even though you can leave an acupuncture treatment feeling wonderfully grounded and centered, life often creeps back in and you can end up feeling tense, anxious, exhausted, and burned out.
Thanksgiving is certainly one of my favorite holidays. In most of our day-to-day lives we are striving to do/be/have more. Thanksgiving asks us to stop and look from a different perspective, to reflect on what we have, what we’ve been given, what we’ve created and become, and most importantly, who we have in our lives, and to acknowledge those blessings.