Podcast: Acupuncture: A Chinese Art for the Modern Person

Acupuncture, recognized by the World Health Organization as beneficial for over 40 health conditions, is most widely known in the West for its effective treatment of pain conditions. What if you knew that acupuncture could also help you in revitalizing your health, and help you feel more balanced and connected to yourself? If you go through life trying to plow through your list of “have to” and feel somewhat out of synch with who you are, out of balance, stressed, tense consider acupuncture treatments.Pearl Natural Health Acupuncture, Naturopathic Medicine

What happens during an acupuncture treatment? Upon the placement of acupuncture needles on points along meridians or acupuncture channels, your body begins to respond. Often times people will talk of a feeling profound rest and feeling of energy. After an acupuncture treatment, one can feel, well, different. Your body is working to re-balance itself, your nervous system is getting a rest, your immune system is supported, and your general sense of balance and well being is supported. Not sure how this could work for you?

Listen in as Ellen Goldsmith, host of Health Currents Radio, licensed acupuncturist, and Chinese medicine practitioner shares with you insights into how this ancient art could benefit your modern life.

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Ellen Goldsmith

Ellen Goldsmith

Ellen Goldsmith is a licensed and nationally board certified acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist. She has been in the field of Asian medicine for the past 30 years, teaching, speaking and working with thousands of people to give them the resources, skills and tools they seek to improve the quality of their health and lives. Ellen is the author of the well respected book, Nutritional Healing with Chinese Medicine: + 175 Recipes for Optimal Health. She is on faculty at the National University of Natural Medicine’s College of Classical Chinese Medicine in Portland, Oregon.

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