As any of my long term clients will tell you, I am constantly learning new techniques. One of my most recent new “toys” is a Celluma FDA approved LED device. I just completed a training on working with Photobiomodulation devices, the current term being used in research with Low Level Laser Therapy or Light EmittingContinue reading “Photobiomodulation For Pain”
Tag Archives: Cincinnati
Acupuncture Relieves Pain
Research supporting a safe alternative for pain management.
Welcome to Acupuncture for Every Season LLC!
An Introduction to my acupuncture practice
Acupuncture for Infertility
Research for acupuncture and fertility
Acupuncture for Low Back Pain
Greetings from Wellman Acupuncture in Cincinnati, Ohio! People frequently ask me what conditions I see the most. The answer is low back pain and neck pain. Everyone seems to have it, and studies are starting to show acupuncture to be the most effective modality in relieving it, leaving conventional methods running behind. The National CenterContinue reading “Acupuncture for Low Back Pain”
The link between your gut and brain
At Wellman Acupuncture in Cincinnati, Ohio we frequently use a modality known as the Balance Method. By mapping out sections of the body onto other parts of the body we can help conditions without actually needling the injured area. An example is using the elbow to treat the knee. People often notice an improvement withinContinue reading “The link between your gut and brain”
Fight Inflammation With Cherries
Fight Inflammation With Cherries. This week the topic of Cherries has come up a couple times at Wellman Acupuncture in Cincinnati, Ohio. They are one way you can relieve symptoms of gout and other pain due to inflammation by using food therapy. Here is one way you can treat yourself (pun intended) with minimal extraContinue reading “Fight Inflammation With Cherries”
Acupuncture for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Hello and Welcome!
According to the World Health Organization, Acupuncture is proven to be clinically effective in treating the following conditions! Adverse reactions to radiotherapy and/or chemotherapy Allergic rhinitis (including hay fever) Depression (including depressive neurosis and depression following stroke) Dysmenorrhoea, primary Epigastralgia, acute (in peptic ulcer, acute and chronic gastritis, and gastrospasm) Facial pain Headache Hypertension,Continue reading “Hello and Welcome!”