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October 17, 2017

It is healthy and natural to experience our emotions. It is when we suppress them or are overwhelmed by them that we get into trouble. I have treated many patients whose physical symptoms started with an excess of and inability to cope with one or more of the 5 Emotion...

October 17, 2017

Autumn has arrived in Southern California with rain that is welcomed by the thirsty earth. We find joy in the cool air and the sound of rain on the window but there is also a touch of melancholy that is felt. The year is ending. Winter is coming.


The Five Elements of C...

October 17, 2017

One of the first questions I receive from a new patient is often “what is Qi”? Why is it important? Because unlike that popular old song, it is Qi, not love that makes the world go round, although love is a wonderful manifestation of Qi. Qi is the vital essence that ma...

October 17, 2017

It is Cold and Flu season. Sniffles and coughs abound. The changes in weather stress and weaken our immune systems. According to Chinese Medicine dampness and cold winds carry “evil qi” or pathogens that attack us and make us sick.


They come in the form of Wind Cold an...

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