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TCM Program Offers Relief For Military Veterans Seeking Alternative Care

By Kimberly Layne, LAc, AOBTA-CP, ACN

Ella is a Gulf War veteran and a survivor of military sexual trauma. Like hundreds of veterans, Ella was on 11 different medications for depression, anxiety, insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome and chronic pain – and yet she was still not sleeping, afraid to be in crowds,...


Best Practices for Website Success

By Drew Stevens, PhD

If one asked 10 years ago whether a website was relevant I was the first to suggest no. Yet as the world moves increasingly towards electronic information there is a dire need to have a website for your...

 

Deciphering The New CMS 1500 Claim Form

By Samuel A. Collins

Q: I am confused on using the new 1500 form, particularly Block 14 and Block 15. What is required and how do I properly fill these out? And do I actually have to use this new form or may I continue using the old...



Medical Qigong for the Heart: Part II

By Lisa VanOstrand, DMQ

Chinese Medicine is rich in commentary regarding the emotions and how they affect our qi. Through understanding the directionality of qi associated with the different emotions, we can help our patients...

The Kidney Official

By Neil Gumenick, MAc (UK), LAc, Dipl. Ac

The Kidney is known as the Official Who Controls the Waterways. In Western medical terms, a major function of the Kidneys is to filter the blood. Every day, a person's kidneys process about 200 liters of blood...

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