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The Best Summer Foods to Eat According to Traditional Chinese Medicine

  08.22.2016

This summer has been hot, hot, hot, and it’s not over yet! Many of us try to eat healthy year-round, but it can be a bigger challenge in the summer.

5 Star Review

  08.9.2016

We love when our clients are happy! Check out our latest 5-star review! Watch here for full clip.

Inpatient Acupuncture Care with Marcy Julius (Gordon)

  07.26.2016

A little over a year ago, I interviewed for an Acupuncture Fellowship at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital. Little did I know how much I would grow as a healthcare

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Acupuncture

  06.13.2016

At both my New York and Connecticut offices, my staff and I treat a sizable number of Polycystic women. We receive an average of 3-5 new call inquiries a week

Skip the Plastic Surgeon: Cosmetic Acupuncture

  06.1.2016

Hi I’m Marcy, the latest addition to Acupuncture RemediesTM. I come to AR with 2 years of experience under my belt treating a gamut of illnesses and disorders. Today I

Chinese Herbal Wisdom 101

  05.17.2016

An important modality used by Chinese medicine practitioners for thousands of years, Chinese herbal therapy can be a highly effective and safe way to enhance and extend the effects of

Your Child & Acupuncture — Yes, it’s Possible

  05.5.2016

People all over the world now look to acupuncture when they have a difficult issue to fix. However, it is far less common in the Western world to consider using

Helping With Postpartum Depression & the Post Baby Blues

  04.19.2016

For many women, giving birth is an incredible, life-changing experience that can trigger many emotions—a lot of them being positive. However, for many women childbirth also comes with very powerful

Acupuncture May Be The Antidote for Allergies

  04.7.2016

It’s that time of year. When the spring season brings back the abundance of blooms and the pollen count skyrockets, bringing back those incessant trips to the medicine aisle at

Stress & Acupuncture

  03.17.2016

Stress is a normal and inevitable part of life, and a large contributing factor to infertility. It keeps us in this very “high-alert” phase, which allows us to keep busy