Tsao-Lin Moy

Founder at Integrative Healing Arts
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  • Unlike other methods of dealing with cancer and the side effects of treatment, acupuncture and acupressure deal with the effects on the entire human body. Acupuncture and acupressure is ideal for treating patients with cancer undergoing chemotherapy as it helps with conditions such as nausea, dry mouth, pain post-surgery, anxiety, joint pain from aromatase inhibitors, peripheral neuropathy, fatigue, poor sleep, and help with immune regulation. What is important to consider is that acupuncture uses a whole health model (that is) effective because it does not treat the person with the disease. Chinese medicine looks at who it is and how the disease is manifesting in that person.

    13 February 2020
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