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Notes from Guatemala

Healer 2 Healer is an international healing exchange that reaches out to indigenous communities in Guatemala. I joined Healer2Healer a few months ago for my second trip with them; this was the 11th visit made by a small group of volunteer practitioners and students of Chinese medicine and Reiki. The intent is to support to the […]

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Continuing Education at YinOva

At YinOva we’re proud of our commitment to continuing education. We regularly bring teachers into our center from around the country to train our team and keep our knowledge current and our practice vibrant. Our in-house training program is an example of our commitment to provide our patients with the best care possible and our […]

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What do I Look for in an Acupuncturist?

One of the most common questions Jill gets asked in interviews about the general benefits of acupuncture is “How does someone find a good acupuncturist?” And due to the popularity of her two books Making Babies and Sex Again women who read either title from across the country contact the YinOva Center looking for the […]

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Caring for summer’s minor mishaps: food poisoning (Part III)

For lots of my patients (and me!), summertime is about having fun with food. Whether we are traveling abroad or tailgating at the stadium, coming together around meals is a big part of what we do when the weather gets warm.

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Supporting IVF with Dietary Therapy

Many patients pair IVF treatments with Traditional Chinese Medicine. For those people, it is important to know some general traditional principles to help facilitate the process and make things easier and clearer. If you are one of these patients, in addition to your regular acupuncture regimen I would also suggest dietary therapy. Dietary therapy, which […]

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Clarity and Chinese Herbs

“Does this really work?” That is the sentence I frequently hear as media director for one of the country’s leading acupuncture and Chinese medicine centers. Daily, I am surrounded by seasoned practitioners in a medicine viewed today as an alternative to the norm. As a result of that view, we regularly hear skepticism. It’s not […]

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Support matters: YinOva Support Group Services

I continue to be very humbled by, and grateful for, the opportunity to be the facilitator of the women’s support group at the YinOva Center. I also continue to be impressed and often even taken aback by the strength of the women who attend. Above all, their commitment not only to becoming parents, but also […]

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