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By Dr. Ruonan Zhang, M.D. (China), L.Ac.
Acupuncture is a safe and effective treatment for women’s healthcare for women. It is a non-invasive and drug-free approach to managing various women’s health conditions. Based on my experience of practicing acupuncture and TCM over 15 years at Yang Institute in the Mainline, I found acupuncture is an effective therapy for treating various chronic diseases and can help women in every critical stage of their lives.
In modern medicine, the liver’s primary function is to filter the blood, pass it to the rest of the body, metabolize and detoxify food and medication.
In addition to physical integrity and biochemical homeostasis, Chinese medicine believes human life and functions also depend on the abundance and balance of the body’s biological energy, known as Qi (pronounced as chi) in Chinese.
Kamali tore her meniscus during a workout just over a year ago and was desperate for a way to relieve the pain without resorting to surgery. Dr. Yang used acupuncture to alleviate Karmali’s knee pain, and it worked so well that she decided to try facial acupuncture to improve her skin and ease signs of aging.
Along with offices in Bryn Mawr, PA, and Marlton, NJ, Yang Institute of Integrative Medicine focuses on Mental and Brain Health, Pain Management, Chronic Illnesses and Aging, through the application of a holistic, natural and scientifically based approach, while helping people depend less on the use of medications that cause serious side effects.