New Successes in Acupuncture for Fertility and Updates from Boston Chinese Acupuncture

NEEDHAM, Mass. - June 29, 2015 - PRLog -- It has been a great few months for us at Boston Chinese Acupuncture. We have seen a great increase in the number of couples trying out acupuncture and Chinese herbs for their fertility issues. As a result of traditional Chinese medicine as well as healthy changes in diet and exercise, three of our patients have gotten pregnant naturally and a few more are awaiting transfers of robust embryos. Some of the women we treat have been struggling for years to conceive, so we are very happy to be able to help them in this exciting time of their lives. We cannot wait for the arrival of their beautiful babies!

As the weather grows warmer and the days longer, we have been participating in more free community health events. Last weekend was an especially busy one for us. On Saturday, we had a table at the Healthy Foods, Healthy You event at the Charles River YMCA. This well-attended event turned out to be a great way for us to meet our neighbors in this new part of Needham. We introduced ourselves to chiropractors, dentists, physical therapists and the many healthy minded locals who stopped by to chat. We even saw some familiar faces in the crowd!

The next day, we gave a talk to a group of lovely ladies at the Whole Foods Market in Boca Raton about the ways in which acupuncture is able to balance hormones and enhance immune function. Despite having prepared slides, this talk took on a wonderful life of its own, with listeners jumping in to ask questions and share their own experiences. In my time as an acupuncturist and herbalist, I have noticed that people who live in different regions of the country tend to have different types of health problems because of regional variations in diet, weather and environmental factors. From speaking with this group of women, I was therefore able to learn a lot about the types of problems that tend to affect women in southern Florida, knowledge that I hope to use in my second practice, Boca Raton Acupuncture Clinic.

Finally, as the Fourth of July weekend rapidly approaches and families are getting ready for BBQs and road trips, I would just like to remind everyone to remember to be safe. With the heat, exercise and salty foods, it is very easy for us to become dehydrated, which weakens our immune systems and makes us more susceptible to diseases. In addition, Lyme disease is an enormous problem in many places across the eastern seaboard of the U.S. At Boston Chinese Acupuncture, we treat many cases of Lyme disease that were either misdiagnosed or untreated for many years. Because the effects of this disease can be debilitating, I recommend that my patients avoid wooded and grassy areas as much as possible. If you do go hiking or spend time in the grass, please shower afterwards and check your skin closely for ticks. Hope everyone has a wonderful and healthy summer vacation!

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