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People often ask me: what are the top five things (or the most common things) you treat?

I could answer this question in a few ways. The way the question was probably intended is a list of symptoms. Back pain, anxiety, depression, fatigue, and musculoskeletal issues wou...

January 26, 2016

A few years ago, I attended a meditation retreat. In the paperwork at the beginning, there was a section that read: “please list anything that might affect your participation in the retreat.”  I remember writing, in all caps “EXHAUSTION AND OVERWHELM.”

 

At the...

August 25, 2015

This July I took 10 days off to participate in a residency with my theater company, Kickwheel Ensemble Theater. It was a fun, rewarding, and overall fantastic experience, but I always underestimate how difficult it is to make the transition back to the “real world” aft...

Even though spring is all but over—I  am posting this because I think it applies to a lot of us, regardless of the season. A lot of people feel aggravated and agitated year-round, and for many, it gets worse in the spring. Concurrently, spring symptoms flare: allergies...

February 14, 2015

Valentine’s day is regarded by many as a superficial Hallmark holiday. And while the mainstream media has certainly done its best to take the depth out of the day, romantic love is an extremely important part of (nearly) everyone’s life. Finding a way to honor that par...

December 1, 2014

By Emma K. Dweck, M. Ac.

 

I talk (and write) a lot about living with the seasons, and how learning to live with natural rhythms can increase health and vitality. This is easy and fun to talk about in the spring and summer months, when everything is growing, blooming, an...

August 18, 2014

by Emma K. Dweck, M.Ac.

 

Too often, patients come in for acupuncture as a last resort, desperate to feel better. They have tried “everything” and call me up saying that they’re “willing to try anything” to ease whatever is plaguing them (often it’s chronic pain, but can...

June 24, 2014

by Emma K. Dweck, M.Ac.

 

“To offer our hearts in faith means recognizing that our hearts are worth something, that we ourselves, in our deepest and truest nature, are of value.” 

― Sharon Salzberg, Faith: Trusting Your Own Deepest Experience

 

In Chinese Medicine, the...

May 2, 2014

I’m very grateful to have had an acupuncture education that focused on treating constitutionally. What this means is that we went through years of training to learn how to diagnose the unique energetic of each patient. Over and over again we are taught to ask: what is...

March 4, 2014

When I decided to go to acupuncture school, my acupuncturist’s response was unexpected: “great! You can still do theater!” she said. Although it had never occurred to me that I would ever not do theater, this response was comforting to me. Somebody got it! My plan to b...

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