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Acupuncture For Relaxation by Anthony Cerabino

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Who would ever think that by placing needles into the body a person would become relaxed? Well, it is true. Acupuncture needles are “hair-like” in size which accounts for an almost unperceivable insertion. Yes, many times the needles are not going to be felt going into the body. Many times the needle is only inserted a millimeter. When giving a …

Acupuncture 101 by Anthony Cerabino

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Patient Care is the number one responsibility of the massage therapist, acupuncturist, chiropractor, physical therapist or any other healthcare body-worker. Do you feel comfortable in your doctor’s office? Do you have to wait two hours from your appointment time to be seen? Do you have a connection with you healthcare practitioner? Do you feel rushed? Do you feel like you …

Acupuncture for Allergy Season by Anthony Cerabino

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What is an allergy? What is a sensitivity or hypersensitivity to a substance? What is an intolerance to a substance? An allergy is a condition of unusual sensitivity of one individual towards one or more substances which may be harmless or even beneficial to a majority of other individuals. In other words, there is an energy imbalance between the energy …

The Five Element Connection by Anthony Cerabino, BM, LMT, MS, LAC

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Do any of these thoughts sound familiar? “This makes me livid.” “You have the Gall to do this to me.” “This makes me sick to my stomach.” “I feel bound up in my gut.” “I feel like my heart is broken.” “I feel like I just caught a cold in my chest.” “I feel so scared that I have to …

The Healing Journey By Anthony Cerabino

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As the years go by, I am completely amazed at the vast array of alternative treatment modalities that are offered in the healthcare field. There are many practitioners combining mixed-modalities of healing practices. I had recently attended and also spoke at an event celebrating the Chinese New Year. Presenters were demonstrating and teaching Tai Qi, Qi Gong, Meditation, Osteopathic Medicine, …

Acupuncture for the Mind, Body and Spirit By Anthony Cerabino

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Did I care? Am I being helpful? Am I truly listening? Am I being patient? We all have a story to tell and need to be heard. It has been stated many times that there is a “Spiritual Solution” to every problem. Many times just listening to a person in distress will help them to resolve an issue that has …

Pain-Free Acupuncture By Anthony Cerabino

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Why do we go to the doctor? Because we are in pain. Traditionally, the art of Acupuncture is to insert the needles (I call them little cat whiskers), without any pain. The last thing you want from a medical practitioner is for someone to produce more pain than what you are already experiencing. My slogan and credo is, “NO-PAIN, GAIN.” …

The Season of Lights By Anthony Cerabino

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The season of lights is upon us. I am so excited about my new attitude toward the early commercialism of the holidays (Holy Days). “Let there be light.” Bring on the lights. It’s a reminder that we are all one. It’s a reminder to think of others besides ourselves. Many of the religious observances are happening this time of the …

Being Thankful at Thanksgiving By Anthony Cerabino

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Being Thankful at Thanks Giving Thanksgiving is one of my favorite compound words. (A compound word is a single word that can be divided into two or more independents words.) There is a large well-spring of knowledge, wisdom and self-reflection that can be interpreted from the word Thanksgiving. Tis’ the season of the holidays. Tis’ the season of the year …