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Ancient Remedies for Modern Lives
Why healers are at war over dry needling

Why healers are at war over dry needling

Dry needling is a myofascial trigger point practice that involves the insertion of needles into injured and sore muscles. The muscle twitches then relaxes, decreasing pain. Dry needling and acupuncture look fairly similar in practice, but not in the theory behind...
Is Herbal Medicine Always Safer?

Is Herbal Medicine Always Safer?

By +LisaRocchetti, Director of Admissions and Marketing & Nina Grenningloh, Senior Communications Manager According to UCLA physician Dr. Francisco Antonio Durazo, MD, the use of herbal medicine has increased five-fold in the past ten years. Consequently, being...
Secrets to Running a Successful Acupuncture Practice

Secrets to Running a Successful Acupuncture Practice

By Nina Grenningloh, Communications Specialist at Emperor’s College Acupuncturist Heather Lounsbury, who graduated Summa cum Laude from Emperor’s College in 2001, has been successfully running her Oriental medicine practice in Santa Monica, California, for...