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Why do so many people suffer from pain? Headache, neck pain, back pain, leg pain, knee pain …… it is really painful!

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Why do so many people suffer from blood circulation problems?  High blood pressure (hypertension), high cholesterol (hyperlipidemia), high blood sugar (hyperglycemia) …… it is really troublesome!

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Pain and blood circulation these two symptoms seemed not related at all.  However, according Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), pain is a result of bad blood circulation.  Therefore, pain can be removed and other deadly illness can be prevented if a smooth blood circulation can be achieved.

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Dr. Xu and her Really Comfortable Clinic combine TCM (acupuncture, herbal medicine, moxabustion, Tui Na or medical massage, scrapping therapy, and nutritional therapy) and modern / western physiotherapy (ultrasonic wave irradiation therapy, far-infrared heat therapy, foot reflexology, physical therapy, magnetic therapy, and physical therapy) while using her family secret prescription, that got China national invention patents. 

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CASE STUDY: Lower Back Pain & Sciatica

Western Medicine TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine)

It is estimated that 8 out of 10 people in the world suffer from back pain at some point in their lives, with the lower back the most common site of pain. As many as half of all adult North Americans experience back pain in any given year too.

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There are many reasons for lower back pain and sciatica, including degenerative disks, osteoporosis, poor posture, weak abdominal and back muscles, and physical, mental or emotional trauma. It should always be suggested that a person seek x-rays to determine any structural damage that might be affecting the lower back.

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Western medicine most often treats back pain with pain relief prescriptions or NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs). These drugs provide excellent short term pain relief by blocking the production of pain-causing substances called prostaglandins. Prostaglandins, however, are also vasodilators that help to enhance circulation. By inhibiting their production, the blood supply to the muscles and joints will also be decreased, creating problems and prolonging recovery. NSAIDs also have well-known potential side effects such as gastric irritation and liver damage.

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Another option in Western medicine for chronic back pain due to disk degeneration or osteoporosis is surgery. It is important to remember that disk degeneration and osteoporosis are cumulative, ongoing processes, which are not addressed by back surgery. Back surgery is therefore not a permanent solution for these conditions in most cases, and there is a great risk that further disk degeneration or osteoporosis will develop in another location.

While there is no definitive therapy to resolve lower back pain and sciatica in the Western world, acupuncture, herbal therapy, and physiotherapy massage of TCM have produced lasting relief for many, and their use has dramatically increased in the Western world in the last few decades.

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Recent studies are providing further proof that traditional Chinese medicine can provide safe, effective, and long lasting relief for lower back pain and sciatica, without producing the negative side effects of pain relief pills, NSAIDs, or surgery.

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Pain, in Chinese medicine, is due to an obstruction in the flow of Qi, blood, lymph or other fluids. With back pain and sciatica, as with other forms of pain, Chinese medical practitioners use acupuncture, herbal formulas, and physical therapy to increase the circulation of Qi, blood and fluids, especially in the area of discomfort. When circulation in the tissue increases, Qi, blood and fluids are allowed to flow more freely, the muscles in the area become more relaxed, and pain reduction follows in most cases. Occasionally the pain in the affected area may initially intensify, followed by the muscle relaxation, tissue repair, and then the diminishing of the pain.

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Dr. Xu's approach to lower back pain combines acupuncture and physiotherapy massage , and herbal formulas of her family secrete prescription. This combination has proved very effective in approximately 90% of the patients treated both in China and abroad.

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zusanli

ZUSANLI or Stomach 36 is a very important and effective point for building and maintaining health. This versatile acupuncture point has been used for thousands of years to promote longevity, strengthen the immune system, treat stomach problems, digestive problems, fatigue, chronic disease and problems with the knees and lower legs.

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Zusanli is located four fingers widths directly below the outer eye of the knee and one finger width away from the shin bone. On some people you will find a slight indentation in the muscle where the point is located.

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You can massage this point daily, or press it whenever you fase a digestive problems.  Just press or knock both ZUXANLI for about 5 minutes, and you may feel your stomach and intestines start moving, and your Gastrointestinal problem will go away.  You may even feel gas coming out.

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In other words, Zusanli is an acupuncture point that improves digestion by increasing gastric motility and secretions. Often while this point is point-pressed  the stomach will ‘growl’.

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