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Because of its relatively low cost and its noninvasive nature, acupuncture has become a highly popular form of complementary health care. Each treatment is designed uniquely to address imbalance as it is experienced by each individual. Symptoms are viewed in relationship to the totality of a person in order to find the root cause.

An important adjunct to acupuncture is the meditative exercise of qi gong. Acupuncture can help to restore the smooth flow of qi within the body, and qi gong practice can help to maintain that balance. Qi gong consists of a series of gentle movements developed in ancient China and refined and added to over the millennia. They are easy to learn and may be practiced from a few minutes daily to longer if one wishes.

My patients find that the Qi gong exercises I recommend help them maintain and enhance their equilibrium. Combining acupuncture and qi gong has been a wonderful pathway towards health and well-being.

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