Posts Tagged ‘acupuncture history’

Liu Wan-Su and the Cooling School in Chinese Medicine

Tuesday, March 4th, 2014 by Sharon Sherman

So, we’ve established that the practice of Chinese medicine has a long and dynamic history—that’s why it’s still around and used actively today. Why and how Chinese medicine has such longevity has a lot to do with when and who brought about innovation and change. We’ve recognized that the when was during the Jin-Yuan period […]

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History of Acupuncture

Friday, October 12th, 2012 by Sharon Sherman

So, you are thinking about trying acupuncture to help improve and maintain your health? Or, perhaps you are a long-time devotee of the approach to balancing your energy and improving your well-being? No?  Maybe you are a skeptic? No matter what your relationship with or thoughts about acupuncture are, I think you may agree that […]

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