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What You’ll Learn at the Princeton Acupuncture Health & Wellness Seminar

  • The 4 different body types and what is really behind each one.
  • The big reason why most people never get into fat-burning despite lots of exercise and diet.
  • Why some people become suddenly more awake during the middle of the night than during the middle of the day.
  • What goes wrong in the body, which gives people anxiety and a lack of keeping it together.
  • The 3 things that nullify Fat-Burning hormones from working.
  • Why a person could have normal hormones (normal chemistry) on blood test, yet at the same time have many physical problems.

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The technique is based on traditional scientifically researched and accepted physiologic principles of the musculoskeletal system. Using this technique we use the natural reflexes of the body to turn off pain and generate healing.

How Does It Work? All muscles in the body have opposing muscles (Flexion and Extension). When one muscle contracts its opposing muscle must relax to facilitate this contraction e.g. triceps (back of the upper arm)  contracts when raising a dumbbell above the head and at the same time the biceps relax.

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Acupuncture and the treatment of Menopause

Menopause is a naturally occurring physiological process which signifies a hormonal change in women  as the body chemistry changes which was commonly treated with hormone replacement therapy generally occurring in the late 40”s to the early 60’s.

Up until recently the common medical treatment for this was hormone replacement therapy.

Within the last few years studies have surfaced showing that HRT could increase the risk of cancer and heart disease. This has caused many women to look at alternative therapies for the relief of the symptoms of hot flashes. Study shows that acupuncture can help significantly reduce the symptoms associated with menopausal syndrome!

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Fibromyalgia afflicts a broad range of people in the United States. It is second only to arthritis as the most frequent condition that a rheumatologist sees. This chronic condition affects approximately 3.4% of women and 0.5 % of men.. There are no specific lab tests that can confirm this diagnosis.

Diagnosis is usually based on symptoms. A physician will diagnose fibromyalgia if the patient has had widespread aching over at least a three month period. There are 18 specific areas that are palpated on the body and if 11 of these are tender to the touch then a diagnosis of FM is arrived at. The areas of possible tenderness include sites such as the shoulders, neck, lower back, hips, elbows, knees and buttocks

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Neck pain is a common complaint that most of us will suffer from at some point in our lives. Some people will suffer from it on an occasional basis while others, less fortunate, will have pain on an ongoing basis. The reasons for neck pain can be numerous. The most prevalent contributing factor to neck pain is degeneration of the lowercervical vertebrae which can result in pain, tightness and decreased range of motion or stiffness. Neck pain is often not directly caused by the degeneration but by other initiating factors for example: Read the rest of this entry »


Allergy Elimination Technique is a non-invasive therapeutic modality that permanently eliminates any form of allergy or sensitivity. Originally derived from research using a Traditional Chinese Medicine approach, the treatment has advanced so that acupuncture needles are optional.

Treatments involve the use of acupressure at selected points on the body and is quick and painless even for infants and toddlers. The Alternative Allergy elimination technique treats any negative reaction to any substance or stimuli by reprogramming the immune system to correct the error.

Traditional treatments include antihistamines, corticosteroids or immunotherapy (which uses regular injections of the allergens to slowly desensitize the body, with gradual results over a 6- 12 month period. The most conventional treatment is strict avoidance which can be difficult for most people and very difficult with children. Allergy elimination therapy can resolve the symptoms of an allergy within 24 hours. There is no need for avoidance and the results are generally permanent.

Q: How does the treatment work?

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Do you suffer from any of the following?

  • Have you had headaches in the last 30 days?
  • Do you have periods during the day when you lack the energy that you would like to have or do you frequently feel fatigued?
  • Are you often tired in the afternoon?
  • Do you suffer from neck, shoulder, or lower back tightness and tension?
  • Do you have trouble getting to sleep, fail to sleep the whole night through, or wake up early and feeling exhausted?
  • Do you experience symptoms of irritability or mood swing beyond your control on a regular or periodic basis throughout the month?
  • Do you experience digestive trouble – bloating after eating, indigestion, and constipation?
  • Do you get allergies or do your sinuses bother you?
  • Most headaches and neck pain are stress related – stress irritates the nervous system which results in a build up of tension in the muscles of the neck and back. Fatigue can often come from nervous exhaustion due to lack of exercise, poor nutrition, emotional stress and over work. When stress and tension build up in the muscles this often affects the quality of sleep. Lack of sleep or restless sleep denies the body the full recuperating power of sleep and often leads to moodiness and irritability during the day.

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Traditional Chinese Medicine TCM) is an ancient approach to healing that uses a number of healing modalities to help manage and resolve pain conditions such as headaches, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic and acute neck pain, lower back pain and sciatica, as well as many arthiritic conditions.

For over 5,00 years, TCM practitioners have promoted better health and restored the body’s balance using these methods. Today, modern techniques  such as Microcurrent stimulation, Allergy Elimination Techniques and the Body Restoration Technique, which all utilize the acu-point reflex system of the body, are also used to enhance the benefits of TCM. Because of it’s proven effectiveness, TCM is used throughout the world. Approximately one billion people in Asia alone rely on TCM to meet their healthcare needs, making it the second alrgest medical system in the world. Chinese healing methods are so effective for preventing illness and maintaining health, that they are now frequently covered by health insurance.

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Acupuncture points can be stimulated without the use of needles using the advanced Acutron Microcurrent stimulator. This is used at Princeton Acupuncture for the following:

– on small children to get the benefit of point stimulation.
– for people who want the effects of acupuncture without the use of needles.
– to balance out imbalances in acupuncture point and meridians.
– for pain relief in the management of pain in joint, muscle and sports injuries.
– facial point stimulation – for facial rejuvenation to mention a few uses.

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