Angie was one of a panel of acupuncturists around the world that collaborated on a new article on the Acutake website! Acutake is a really great online publication dedicated to improving education and awareness about acupuncture. It has become very popular with its original and interesting approached to the topic.
The article is called "Stop Bloating: 11 Tips from Acupuncturists". Sarah Calabro from Acutake asked for contributions on this topic from acupuncturists around the world, and Angie was chosen to be included. It turned out to be a wonderful piece with the combined wisdom of practitioners around the globe. With the silly season approaching, have a read of it here for some excellent tips for how to reduce bloating and indigestion, the TCM way :-)
All of us here at Affordable Acupuncture are passionately dedicated to expanding our knowledge of health and healing so that we can continue to offer you the best care. Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is a requirement of the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia in order for us to maintain our national registration, but we all go well above and beyond the minimum requirement in our thirst for learning.
I'd like to just highlight the main programs of study for us this year (as we also constantly study a range of smaller programs that I won't discuss here):
For those of you who enjoy reading about ways to improve and maintain radiant good health for your children (or other 'little friends' in your life), here is a short-list of my all-time favourite kids health books.
Acupuncture and Fertility
Acupuncture and Anxiety
Acupuncture and Stress
Acupuncture and Depression
Acupuncture and Immunity
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