Japanese Acupuncture treatment for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Japanese Acupuncture treatment for a patient suffering with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Here are a few snippets from our latest World Acupuncture video update about Japanese Acupuncture treatment for a patient suffering with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or CFS.   At the beginning of this treatment … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture During Pregnancy

Japanese Acupuncture During Late Stages of  Pregnancy. Georgia Lynn was born to proud parents Lischelle and Todd, a 7lb 9oz beauty.....here's the punchline, 2.5 hour labor, I think Lischelle likes pre labor acupuncture, a lot!     Alan Jansson is an internationally recognized teacher … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture Workshop Report

Last weekend's Japanese Acupuncture workshop was a great pleasure for me to present. Bridging the Gap between TCM and Japanese Acupuncture workshop participants . The enthusiasm and attention of the participants was beautifully complemented by the unique surrounds of the Australia Bush, a very … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture Workshop, 10th-11th July

At the ' Bridging the Gap between TCM and Japanese Acupuncture' workshop on the 10th July in Brisbane, Australia our aim is to provide our participants with sufficient guidelines and practical training to leave this workshop ready to develop a valuable set of highly refined, consumer friendly … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture Workshop in Brisbane, Australia

Learn more about Japanese Acupuncture and how it can benefit you and your patients by joining us on Saturday the 10th and Sunday the 11th of July at Walk-About Creak Function Centre, 60 Mount Nebo Road, The Gap, QLD, 4061. If you are geographically compromised and unable to attend the workshop … [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...]

Stephen Brown’s Inspirational Japanese Acupuncture workshop

Stephen Brown's inspirational Japanese Acupuncture workshop is still fresh in my mind. The Walkabout Creek function center deep in the hills in pristine eucalyptus forest country northwest of Brisbane, a magical location discovered by eminent traditional acupuncturist/herbalist, East Asian … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture, Infants, New Babies, Dolphins and the Beach

Hi There, Today's Japanese Acupuncture post is primarily pictorial. Images of infant patients, new born prodigy of existing patients, dolphins at play, the beach and the ocean were all captured in the last week. I hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoyed taking them. Wishing you … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture may assist recovery from Glandular Fever

Cameron presented in clinic about 4 weeks ago having been medically diagnosed as suffering from acute glandular fever. He was experiencing overwhelming lethargy, aching limbs, diabolically disturbed  sleep pattern and severe headaches. This condition can derail an athletes career for anywhere … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture for Tennis/Golfer’s Elbow

This post concerns Japanese Acupuncture treatment for Tennis/Golfer's Elbow and assisting Sarica to accelerate her patients recovery. Sarica is a graduate of  PCOM (Pacific College of Oriental Medicine) in San Diego, has settled in Arizona, USA, been in practice for several years and is extremely … [Read more...]