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There is a lot of misinformation out there regarding Medical Acupuncture provided by Physicians and Traditional Chinese Medicine provided by Licensed Acupuncturists.
Acupuncturists are part of a 5,000-year-old Chinese practice which has become popular in the United States in the past few decades. Although considered among alternative medical careers, this practice has helped patients manage chronic pain and curb addictions for centuries.
Oriental Medicine is a system of healing based on the concept that everything in the body is interconnected and governed by energy or qi. It includes acupuncture and Chinese herbology primarily, and nutrition and exercise to promote health.
I practice Traditional Chinese Medicine using acupuncture and Chinese herbs to treat my patients for almost any human health condition. When I heard about HealdsburgMagazine.com’s “a day in the life” feature, I jumped at the chance to record a day in my clinic.
General questions about acupuncture are answered.
I have chosen to work with indigent and working-class patients, mostly in a hospital environment. In an effort to give some understanding of what this sort of practice entails, I have detailed what a typical day for me is like.