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February 21, 2021

Acupressure Points for Pain in the Arches of the Feet

Licensed Acupuncturist Bob Wong shows the acupressure points for pain in the arches
of the feet.

Pain in the arches of the feet is a common foot concern. It usually affects people who
have an active lifestyle like runners and athletes. However, it can also occur in people
who are less active. Arch pain can be felt in the ball and heel of the foot. You can also
feel it on top of your foot and even in your ankles, knees, legs, hips, or back. Depending
on the underlying cause, the pain can worsen when standing, walking, or after activities
involving your feet. If you have arch pain, you can try these acupressure points for relief.
If symptoms persist, you can visit us and we can work out a treatment plan to treat the
underlying cause of the pain.

To know more about how Chinese medicine can help, 07 3399 1002
or send an email to info@artofacupuncture.com.au.

Furthermore, you can also check our self-care programs and TCM online courses at https://artofacupunctureacademy.thinkific.com/

Enroll now, and you will get a 50% discount. Just use the promo code 50off.

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February 21, 2021

Acupressure Points for Allergy Relief

Licensed Acupuncturist Bob Wong shares the acupressure points for allergy relief.

An allergy is your immune system’s response to allergens. These are the foreign
substances that are typically harmless. Some of the most common allergens
include pet dander, dust, certain foods, and pollen.

Normally, when you are exposed to these substances, your body adjusts and
realizes that they are harmless. However, if you have an allergy, your immune
system sees the allergens as a threat and attacks them. Depending on the
allergen, this response may involve inflammation, sneezing, and a variety of
other symptoms.

Thus, if you have allergies, this is the perfect video for you. You can try these
acupressure points for allergy relief at any time. To know more about how
Chinese medicine can help, call 07 3399 1002
or send an email to info@artofacupuncture.com.au.

Furthermore, you can also check our self-care programs and TCM online courses at https://artofacupunctureacademy.thinkific.com/

Enroll now, and you will get a 50% discount. Just use the promo code 50off.

Join us today!

February 20, 2021

Tips on Frozen Shoulder Relief (Self-care Practices)

Licensed Acupuncturist Bob Wong shares top tips for frozen shoulder relief.

Frozen Shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, is a condition characterized by
stiffness and pain in the shoulder joint. Symptoms usually begin gradually and worsen
over time before they resolve on their own. However, it takes 12 to 18 months without
treatment.

Aside from the pain, a frozen shoulder can limit your range of motion. You will not
be able to fully use your affected arm. Thus affecting your daily routine and quality
of life.

While over-the-counter medications are the most common treatment option, you
might want to consider a holistic approach in treating frozen shoulder. For instance
acupuncture. It is a Chinese medicine practice that stimulates your body’s innate
ability to heal itself. With continuous treatment, you will be able to say goodbye to
frozen shoulder and live a pain-free, medication-free life.

To know more about how Chinese medicine can help, call 07 3399 1002
or send an email to info@artofacupuncture.com.au.

Furthermore, you can also check our self-care programs and TCM online courses at https://artofacupunctureacademy.thinkific.com/

Enroll now, and you will get a 50% discount. Just use the promo code 50off.

Join us today!

February 20, 2021

Tips for Neck Pain Relief (Self-care Practices)

Licensed Acupuncturist Bob Wong shares top tips for neck pain relief.

The neck is a coordinated network of nerves, bones, joints, and muscles. Its function is
to provide support and mobility for the head. However, oftentimes the neck region can
become painful. Neck pain usually goes away within a few days or weeks, but the pain
vthat persists for months could signal an underlying medical cause that needs to be
addressed. In some cases, early intervention may be necessary for the best results.

To know more about how Chinese medicine can help, call us on 07 3399 1002
or send an email to info@artofacupuncture.com.au.

Furthermore, you can also check our self-care programs and TCM online courses at https://artofacupunctureacademy.thinkific.com/

Enroll now, and you will get a 50% discount. Just use the promo code 50off.

Join us today!

February 19, 2021

Acupressure for Insomnia Part 2

Licensed Acupuncturist Bob Wong, shows another set of acupressure great for insomnia.

As a continuation let us also talk about the common causes of insomnia.

There are many causes of insomnia. However, it always depends on the type of sleeplessness
you experience. Short-term insomnia or acute insomnia can be due to stress, changes in an
environment like a new home, or staying at a hotel. Meanwhile, chronic insomnia or
sleeplessness that lasts for more than 3 months can be due to an underlying health condition.

To help you relax and sleep better, try these acupressure points. If you like to improve sleep
quality, acupuncture can help. Call us at 07 3399 1002.
Or you can send an email to info@artofacupuncture.com.au.

February 19, 2021

Acupressure Points for Insomnia Part 1

Licensed Acupuncturist Bob Wong, shows you the acupressure points for insomnia.

Insomnia is the most common sleep disorder. In fact, according to the American Psychiatric
Association (APA) about one-third of the adult population is diagnosed with insomnia.
Meanwhile, there are two types of insomnia. One is Primary Insomnia. This means that
your sleep problems are not linked to any health condition. The second is Secondary
Insomnia. This means that you have trouble sleeping because of underlying health
problems. For instance,
asthma, depression, cancer, chronic pain, and many more.

Nonetheless, you can try these acupressure points for insomnia to help you relax and
sleep better. However, if your condition worsens, seek medical care immediately.

Should you want a holistic approach in treatment, you might want to consider alternative
medicine. For instance, you can further improve your sleep quality with acupuncture. It is
effective in relaxing the body to help you sleep better. More importantly, acupuncture is
great in promoting overall health and wellness.

Additionally, find out more on how Chinese medicine can help, call us at 07 3399 1002.
You may also send an email to info@artofacupuncture.com.au.

Furthermore, you can also check our self-care programs and TCM online courses at
https://artofacupunctureacademy.thinkific.com/

Enroll now, and you will get a 50% discount. Just use the promo code 50off. 

Join us today!

February 18, 2021

Top Tips for Sciatica

Licensed Acupuncturist, Bob Wong features top tips for sciatica.

So what is sciatica?

Sciatica is a pain that radiates from and along the path of the sciatic nerve. This nerve
starts from the lower back, then runs deep into the buttocks and travels down the leg.
Now the pain that radiates from these areas is the hallmark of sciatica. Usually, it only
affects one side of the body.

Watch the video for more tips on sciatica.

To know more about how Chinese medicine can help, call us at 07 3399 1002.
You can also send us an email to info@artofacupuncture.com.au.

You can also check our self-care programs and TCM online courses at
https://artofacupunctureacademy.thinkific.com/

Enroll now, and you will get a 50% discount. Just use the promo code 50off.

Join us today!

February 18, 2021

Why Acupuncture Works? (Please Explain)

“Why acupuncture works?” is the most common question I received on social media.
Contrary to what most people think, acupuncture has been acknowledged in the
medical industry.

As a matter of fact, acupuncture has been widely accepted in the medical community.
It is popular with patients who are living in pain. In fact, 3.5 million Americans are
opting for acupuncture in treating chronic pain and other illnesses.

Traditional Chinese medicine such as acupuncture is based on ancient philosophy.
It is believed that the body has an innate ability to heal. With acupuncture, this
latent ability is stimulated.

More specifically, acupuncture stimulates the central nervous system. As a response,
the body releases chemicals into the muscles, spinal cord, and brain. These biochemicals
trigger the body’s natural healing abilities. Thus promoting physical and emotional wellbeing.
Because of its holistic approach to treatment, acupuncture is becoming a popular option in
treating a variety of health conditions.

However, it is important to note that results vary from one patient to another. The
success of acupuncture therapy depends on a patient’s response to treatment. Much
like in western medicine, there are also patients who do not respond to acupuncture.
Nonetheless, we are very upfront about it. Moreover, the best thing about Chinese
medicine is that if it works, it works. And if it doesn’t then it doesn’t. It has no side
effects and will not worsen the health problem at all.

Furthermore, if you want to know more about how Chinese medicine can help,
call 07 3399 1002. You can also send an email to info@artofacupuncture.com.au.

You can also check our self-care programs and TCM online courses at
https://artofacupunctureacademy.thinkific.com/

Enroll now, you will get a 50% discount. Just use the promo code 50off.

Join us today!

February 16, 2021

Tips for Sinus Congestion: Acupressure You Can Do

This video shares tips for sinus congestions. All the acupressure points you can do for
instant relief.

Sinus congestion happens when your nose becomes inflamed and irritated. This is
what causes the stuffed-up feeling. Nasal congestion and sinus can be due to allergies,
flu, and colds to name a few. Watch the video to know how natural remedies to unclog
sinus congestion.

To know more about how Chinese medicine can help, call 07 3399 1002
or send an email to info@artofacupuncture.com.au.

You can also check our self-care programs and acupressure courses to get 50% off
with coupon code: 50off.

Visit https://artofacupunctureacademy.thinkific.com/ for more details.

February 16, 2021

Tips for Chronic Back Pain

This video offers tips on chronic back pain relief. Watch the video to find out more.

Chronic back pain is usually age-related. However, it can also be a result of a prior injury.
Some of the causes include arthritis of the spine, spinal stenosis, disc problems, and
myofascial pain syndrome. In some cases though, it is difficult to pinpoint the cause of
chronic back pain. Thus it is important to not make a rush decision and undergo extensive
medical procedures. Know the origin of the pain first to know your best course of action.

Before that, work with your doctor on reducing pain flare-ups and managing attacks with
nonsurgical treatments. You can opt for physical therapy, meditation, and Chinese medicine
practices like acupuncture. In fact, acupuncture has been an area of interest in western
medicine. This is because this ancient technique is showing impressive results in treating
pain.

To know more about how Chinese medicine can help, call 07 3399 1002 or send an email to info@artofacupuncture.com.au.

You can also check our acupressure courses and get 50% off with coupon code: 50off.

Visit https://artofacupunctureacademy.thinkific.com/ for more details.

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