Practitioners' News

  • Golden Flower's Amber Stone-Transforming Formula: A Patient Report

    by John Stan | Aug 29, 2013
    I have had kidney stones for 20 years now. I go to the doctor only when the pain is so bad that I will need pain relief. I have learned to recognize where the stone is located in my body after having so many of them. My most recent episode with a stone was one of the worse I have had...
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  • Clinical Uses for Kardovite - Part 2

    by John Stan | Aug 29, 2013
    In our Summer issue of our newsletter, we looked at the first 4 of 8 clinical uses for Kardovite. Now, more than ever, heart health is of critical importance. The Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation reports that in Canada, every 7 minutes a person dies from heart disease or stroke. Every step we can take as practitioners to help mitigate these outcomes needs to be taken. Let's take a look at the last 4 ways Kardovite can be used in the clinic to help your patients.
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  • Restoring Balance to the Wood Element (Gall Bladder Points)

    by John Stan | Aug 14, 2013
    While preparing for an upcoming presentation on the Spirits of the Points, I have come upon several points that I wish to share with you that may be of tremendous benefit to your patients, particularly those whom you have diagnosed with a primary imbalance in the Wood Element, specifically the Gall Bladder.
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  • Introducing Clinic Enhancers

    by John Stan | Jun 28, 2013
    Having a few well positioned over the counter products placed in your clinic can create an entirely different revenue stream. Having great products that require no prescription, and that are unique to practitioners, entices patients to come to your office to pick up the products when they have run out. We have a few of these that we have identified from our inventory, and based on customer feedback and personal experience, we feel that a good majority of patients will purchase over and over again.
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  • Clinical Tip from Giovanni Maciocia: Common Men's Health Issues

    by John Stan | Jun 27, 2013
    While Chinese medicine has a rich tradition in the diagnosis and treatment of gynecological problems, fewer ancient or modern texts are dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of men's problems. This article will discuss the physiology of men's sexual organs, some aspects of pathology and the treatment of common men's health conditions.
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  • Clinical Uses for Kardovite - Part 1

    by John Stan | Jun 26, 2013
    You may have seen the bottle on our website, in an email, or even in person. You may have held the little capsules in your hand, cracked one open, and dumped its contents onto your tongue. You may even be taking it yourself, as part of your daily health regime - but do you really know all that Kardovite can do? In this article, let's take a look at the 6 mighty herbs that make up this special heart tonic, designed to keep your heart pumping strong, and efficient all day long.
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  • Yang is Addictive

    by John Stan | Jun 26, 2013
    Ok, imagine this - it is 6:00 am and you peak out your window to check on the weather and unexpectedly, you see this strange site: Out in front of your house, you see a man wearing the oddest sort of spring boots that add extra height and length to his stride. He's smiling, bounding, and racing full speed down the block, fully enjoying the extra kick that these boots provide. Suddenly...
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  • Combining Body Points with Auricular Points in Acupuncture Treatments

    by John Stan | May 06, 2013
    Learn how combining ear and body points, into a "hybrid" therapy, allows you to accelerate pain relief and resolution of pathologies.
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  • Growing Older, But Looking Younger With Qi beauty

    by John Stan | May 03, 2013
    Eastern Currents hosted our second Qi beauty Training in Vancouver on the April 27th weekend! Twenty-one excited practitioners were trained to create static magnetic fields on the face, designed to bring volume, reduce wrinkles, and reduce pigmentation. Dramatic changes were seen within twenty minutes of applying the field.
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  • Clinical Tip from Giovanni Maciocia: Herbal Treatments for Pain

    by John Stan | May 03, 2013
    A summary of Three Treasures and Women's Treasure herbal formulas for the use in treating channel pain, zangfu pain, and pain according to various pathogenic factors.
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  • The Magnificent Eight Extraordinary Meridians

    by John Stan | May 03, 2013
    The Eight Extra-Ordinary Meridians have a special relationship with the three treasures: body, mind and spirit (Jing, Qi and Shen). These treasures are a unique insight into the indigenous Chinese philosophers, alchemists and medical practitioners.
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  • A Cultural Shift Towards Sustainable Anti-aging Driven by TCM

    by John Stan | Apr 04, 2013
    There is a growing understanding amongst women, that non-invasive, holistic approaches to preventative medicine, such as Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), are an effective approach to combat the signs of aging, and improving overall health.
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  • Clinical Tip by Giovanni Maciocia: The Heart Channel Functions (Part 2)

    by John Stan | Apr 04, 2013
    The Heart houses the Shen and its most important clinical use is for mental emotional problems. This article will explore the clinical use of the Heart channel for uses other than mental-emotional problems, such as: Backache, Nausea and Vomiting, Calming nerves with asthma, Tremors, Knee, Eyes, and Urinary
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  • Spring: The Season of Change

    by John Stan | Apr 04, 2013
    Now, with spring emerging, nature is stirring in its most powerful way. From the dormancy of winter to the now emerging new life that spring brings, doing anything new NOW, truly taps into the immense power of change all around us.
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  • Clinical Tip by Giovanni Maciocia: The Heart Channel Functions (Part 1)

    by John Stan | Mar 04, 2013
    The Heart houses the Shen and its most important clinical use is for mental emotional problems. This article will explore the clinical use of the Heart channel for uses other than mental-emotional problems, such as: -Itching -Sexual function in men -Connection with Uterus in women
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  • Clinical Tip by Giovanni Maciocia: Influenza A (H3N2)

    by John Stan | Feb 04, 2013
    Infection from the influenza virus takes place through the upper respiratory tract and may occur in any season but it is more frequent in Winter or Spring. From the Chinese point of view, they usually manifest with symptoms of Wind-Heat. A new strain of influenza A (H3N2) is sweeping through the USA and Europe. The spectrum of clinical manifestations caused by the current influenza virus infection ranges from non-febrile, mild upper-respiratory tract illness to severe or fatal pneumonia.
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  • Happy Year of the Water Snake: 2013 - A Reading by Lillian Bridges

    by John Stan | Feb 04, 2013
    February 10, 2013 is the start of the Chinese Year of the Yin Water Snake or Black Snake. The snake is fundamentally a fire creature, so this year the elements of fire and water are in opposition with water sitting on top of fire. In the destructive Five Element cycle, water puts out fire, but the fire element is ultimately stronger this year, which should create some interesting energies.
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