Qi, by Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine.
The mission of Emperor’s College blog, Qi, is to provide a valuable and practical resource of topics related to acupuncture and Oriental medicine. Qi is dedicated to serving as an educational tool for those seeking information about acupuncture, Oriental medicine, TCM, Chinese herbs, and integrative health and medicine.
Qi aspires to empower readers with relevant news and information enabling them to take charge of their wellbeing.
About Emperor’s College
Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine is one of the oldest and most distinguished acupuncture colleges in the nation specializing in a broad-based approach to the art and science of Oriental medicine. Founded in 1983, Emperor’s College has been leading the way for the integration of Oriental medicine in the modern health care system. Offering a master’s and doctoral degree program, Emperor’s College alumni are the pioneering leaders in academia, clinical practice, advocacy and research in the field. For more information, visit www.emperors.edu
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This blog does not provide medical advice or treatment suggestions. Its purpose is to educate readers about acupuncture and Chinese medicine. It does not constitute the practice of medicine or create a patient relationship. If you have medical problems or concerns, contact a physician or your local acupuncturist who will determine your treatment. Do not delay seeking medical advice because of something you read here. If you use advice, tips, techniques, and recommendations published on this blog, and get injured, Emperor’s College is not to be held responsible.
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5. We can’t respond to every comment. While we try to do our best, we can’t respond to every comment, particularly those that deal with individual medical cases and issues. If you have questions related to acupuncture treatments or herbal remedies, please ask your practitioner or make an appointment for a treatment at Emperor’s College Acupuncture Clinic to get your questions answered.
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