Traditional Acupuncture Successfully Treats Nausea and Morning Sickness

Hello and very warm welcome to what in all likelihood will be my 2nd last post for 2007.

After spending a majority of yesterday on my computer, in fact I was up after midnight, my very first video post is available now.

Please cut and paste either of these links into the address bar of your web browser.

I still have a minor bug in the blog that is preventing me turning the above links on.

Yowsers, my learning curve is still running extremely close to vertical!

It was especially so when I found out that when I installed my new modem/router that I did not secure my wireless network and some canny soul had decided to start downloading many megabytes at my expense.

A day disappeared resolving this lil problem.

The resolution included well over an hour on the phone with my new found Indian friend, service operator 2009 in New Delhi, as he took me by the hand and guided me through a technological minefield.

My grateful email for his incredibly patient service.

This is a short note commending the quality of service I received from your agent number 2009.

Please be assured that with such awesome support I will continue to buy your products.

Thanks Heaps,


New Year will see me ramping my technological skills in a continuing effort to utilize the latest technology/media to enhance communications about the clinical practice of Gentle Traditional Acupuncture.

Here are the links again.

img2007-12-29-133149edit.jpg The swell is starting to build to a serious level and the wind is developing some significant whacking power.

The Westpac rescue helicopter adds a modicum of security in what at the moment, is a dangerous place, the ocean!



Stay tuned, more images of the local action tomorrow.

Hope you have a good one,


About Alan

Alan Jansson is an internationally recognized teacher and practitioner of Traditional Japanese Acupuncture. As a staunch advocate of practically based workshops, Alan draws upon his 35 years clinical experience and 23 years post and undergraduate teaching. Alan has presented, convened and hosted more than 70 Traditional Japanese Acupuncture workshops in Australia, Europe, and USA.


  1. Hey Al, do you do any root treatment for her? Do you have any concerns with doing the Kyutoshin on BL 23 (i.e. low back) since it is a bit more of a deeper penetrating approach, during pregnancy? Can you also explain how that treatment works to alleviate the morning sickness/ nausea?

    Thank you, Ad

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