Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AOM) Day – 10/24/17

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Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AOM) Day is observed annually on October 24.  It is part of an effort designed to increase public awareness of the progress,  promise and benefits of acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.  Did you know that an estimated 36% of U.S. adults now use some form of complementary and alternative medicine?  What can you do?  Help spread the word if you can!

 

In my clinic, I normally see patients with conditions unresponsive to conventional treatment.  If they get relief, I tell each of them “Tell your friends,  your doctors and anyone else you know of about your experience.”  Why do I do this?  So that they can help others who may not know that acupuncture may help their condition that they may think otherwise untreatable.  Acupuncture for them may be the missing link they need to heal.  One of my teachers used to say – “Good health means you have choices”.  When you have no choice, no backup plan, you are stuck.  Give others a choice, help spread the message of acupuncture today!  Thanks.

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