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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...
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Creativity, Anger & the Wood Element
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Opening (and Closing) the Heart's Gate
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Summer Lovin' Kindness
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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 a...
Happy New Year!
Often the beginning of a year brings many new acupuncture patients. People are feeling positive about the potential of new beginnings...
Resolution, Stillness, and Winter Wisdom
January 2, 2014
As a an acupuncturist trained in Five Element acupuncture, much of the work I do is based on living harmoniously with the seasons. In New England, man...