chinese medicine

What exactly are those circular bruises on so many athletes’ bodies?
Find what centers you, shed your stressors, and your training plateau will disappear.
Qigong is an ancient practice that has tremendous benefit for the modern athlete.
With the many types of alternative treatments out there, finding one that works can be a challenge. Here are ten articles to help you treat a variety of common ailments.
Keep hearing mention of adrenal fatigue? Are you concerned due to your workouts and other stresses that you might have it? Find out what it is, how to identify it, and how to treat it.
Today, myofascial decompression, better known as cupping, has made a return to western society, especially in the physical therapy and athletic training room settings. What is it and does it work?
As an acupuncturist, I often have to remind my patients we work out to keep ourselves fit and healthy. When exercise crosses the line one needs to step back and re-evaluate their training.
The eyes may be the mirror into the soul, but the tongue is the mirror into your health! What can the color, size, shape, and coating of the tongue tell you about yourself. Find out!
Traditional Chinese Medicine's quick fix for colds and sore muscles. You don't need a doctor, but you do need a spoon.
That stop between your thumb and forefinger - yes, that point, Large Intestine point #4, is great for headaches and a number of other ailments, many of which strike athletes in particular.