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I have chronic migraines and have tried literally everything (drugs, blocks, bio-feedback, massages, surgeries, more drugs) I was referred to Mary for acupuncture. I am now drug-free and love my life. I exercise every day and drink my herbal teas and could not be happier. If you are afraid of giving up on western doctors, don’t be, Mary has been a God-send to me. I’m getting my life back and couldn’t be happier.
Chronic Migraines was last modified: April 8th, 2013 by admin
Mary is a knowledgeable, skilled acupunture physian and her treatments are given from the heart. She has shown me compassion, wisdom and medicinal quality herbal teas that combined with acupuncture has helped me tremendously. My life has been stressed by a prolonged family and legal conflict. I am calmer, I have my appetite again and I keep getting my energy back. Mary has been a blessing. To have her treatments has really made a difference. Thank you, I am grateful.
Testimonial – Diana was last modified: February 7th, 2012 by admin
“Our weekly golf outings and scores have only gotten better, no more tennis elbow! Were gonna go for the ZenYOGA next….and after that who knows!”
Todd – Fountain Hill, AZ was last modified: October 31st, 2011 by admin
“After being told by 4 medical specialists that there was no cause, no cure for a condition called pigmented purpura dermatosis, (a condition which causes capillaries to burst leaving unsightly skin lesions.) I began acupuncture and chinese herbal medicine with Mary, only after 4 treatments the lesions began to fade. Now after 6 months they are completely gone! I encourage everyone to see Mary!”
Janet – S. Scottsdale, AZ was last modified: October 31st, 2011 by admin
“I was diagnosed as being Bi-Polar and have been on meds for years. I’m currently in menopause and was on hormone replacement therapy, thanks to Mary & OM I have stopped taking the HRT drugs as well as the Bi-Polar meds. I have never felt so much energy and balance in life. God Bless you Mary!”
Deb- Anthem, AZ was last modified: October 31st, 2011 by admin
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Tag Archives: traditional chinese medicine
In Chinese medical theory, food is considered medicine. Food has qualities and functions biochemically and energetically that target specific organs. Not only that, but the action a particular food takes to benefit that organ in terms of taste, color and temperature is what is included in Five Element theory. Food has a relationship to both the natural elements
Most people know that one way to feel better is with acupuncture needles. You go to your acupuncturist feeling bad. I put in a few needles. You leave feeling lighter, energized, more pain-free.
Using acupuncture needles to heal is part of a broader medical system called Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). By observing body systems and the links between symptoms, TCM