What you might not but perhaps should know about Japanese Acupuncture

I really want to communicate to you the diversity of Japanese acupuncture treatment. Many patients are under the mistaken impression that acupuncture is only good for relieving pain, musculoskeletal problems and fertility treatments. I would just like to recount 5 short case histories to help … [Read more...]

Military Pokes Holes In Acupuncture Skeptics’ Theory

I am liking where the US military is heading with this. Great article, hope you enjoy! February 16, 2012 from WPLN In a fluorescent-lit exam room, Col. Rochelle Wasserman sticks ballpoint-size pins in the ears of Sgt. Rick Remalia. Remalia broke his back, hip and pelvis during a rollover caused by a … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture for Tsunami Relief

Japanese Acupuncture for Tsunami Relief This link was forwarded to me by Anthony at Acupuncture Ambassadors http://acupunctureambassadors.blogspot.com/ http://japanesetsunamiaid.blogspot.com/2011/03/treatments_19.html I found this blogpost about Adam and Hiroshi providing Japanese Acupuncture … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture benefits victims of the Chilean earthquake

Japanese acupuncture was used to benefit victims of the Chilean earthquake earlier this year. How did this come to pass? In my practice of Japanese acupuncture I am invariably accompanied by a student/assistant during treatment. There are three good reasons. 1. Most important being that the … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture and Palliative Care update

In my last blog post regarding Japanese acupuncture and palliative care I mentioned that I had targeted the Spleen Meridian/complex as the most deficient and this simplified  treatment demonstrably. Robyn has been dependent upon nausea medication for some time, so I was delighted to find out that … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture and Palliative Care

Japanese Acupuncture and Palliative Care might seem an unusual combination but my clinical experience strongly suggests that there may be some significant positive clinical outcomes as a result of judicious treatment. Robyn A grandmother in her late 60s who has been sadly diagnosed as suffering … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture Healing Potential

One of the greatest challenges facing me as a practitioner of Japanese acupuncture is effectively communicating it's clinical diversity and power. I believe the best way to do that is to inform you about some of the clinical case histories and challenges confronting those seeking treatment to … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture and TCM

Japanese Acupuncture is distinctly different in application from it's 2nd cousin TCM. In response to a question posted on the http://worldacupuncture.com forum I am re running this blogpost in an effort to distinguish the difference in the application of Japanese Acupuncture and TCM. Although each … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture V Dry Needling

I write this post on this significantly wet winter morning, the ocean continues to rage with wind torn waves and whitewater exploding randomly, relentlessly pounding the foreshore. This week I presented two very different workshops, one for the physiotherapists with whom I work in Brisbane, the … [Read more...]

Exploring Acupuncture Part 2

G'Day, This short video may help you to navigate your way through the 21st Century with less anxiety and stress. I have posted this video mainly for the benefit of my patients but I hope that all readers might benefit. This extremely simple breathing technique was taught to me some years ago by … [Read more...]