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Jennifer Dubowsky L.A.c.
Works at 325 W. Huron ste. 308 Chicago,IL 60654
Attended Southwest Acupuncture College-Boulder
Lives in Chicago
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“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” MLK
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I have a wonderful analogy, borrowed from Dr. Richard Tan, that will make the concepts of acupuncture, meridians and qi clearer
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Moxa is a wonderful addition to a treatment as well as an excellent independent technique. Moxa, as heat, is used to rebalance the body’s cold/damp stagnant condition. This is a potent force in Chinese Medicine. Moxa influences the flow of qi throughout the body, a goal of ours, because when there is stagnation of qi, there is illness, and when qi flows freely, there is health and harmony.
Using Moxabustion (Moxa) is a common practice in Traditional Chinese Medicine and a treatment that you may find helpful. In Chicago, where I live with about 2.7 million other people, we get pretty cold in the winter. Our long, icy season provides the perfect opportunity to add a little moxa to my patients’ treatment plans.: Read More
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Here are 3 suggestions, if followed will hopefully increase your good fortune in the New Year.
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“I want to congratulate Jennifer Dubowsky on her new book, “Adventures in Chinese Medicine.” Jennifer’s good nature comes through in every word as well as the overall humor and care in the design. A perfect waiting room read, definitely the book I’d have wanted to read to my kids when they were young, and ideal for people who would like an easy introduction to the broad concepts of the medicine and the practicalities of receiving treatment.”
To my great pleasure, Lonny Jarrett who is an accomplished teacher, practioner and author in the field of Chinese Medicine, wrote a glowing review for my book ‘Adventures in Chinese Medicine‘. Here it is: “I want to congratulate Jennifer Dubowsky on her new book, “Adventures in Chinese Medicine.” Jennifer’s good nature comes through in every: Read More
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Acupuncturist/Chinese Herbalist/Blogger/Author with a practice in River North, Chicago
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Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs, Cupping
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  • 325 W. Huron ste. 308 Chicago,IL 60654
    Acupuncturist/Chinese Herbalist, 2002 - present
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Chicago
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312-399-5098
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325 W. Huron ste. 308 Chicago, IL. 60654
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Chicago Acupuncturist, Author and Blogger
Introduction
Jennifer Dubowsky is a licensed acupuncturist with a practice in downtown Chicago, Illinois, since 2002. Jennifer earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from University of Illinois in Chicago and her Master of Science degree in Oriental Medicine from Southwest Acupuncture College, an accredited 4 year Masters program in Boulder, Colorado. She received her Diplomate from the NCCAOM, the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and completed an internship at the Sino-Japanese Friendship Hospital in Beijing, China. Jennifer has a passion for her work and has researched and written articles on Chinese medicine, given talks, created a newsletter, website (tcm007.com) and maintains a popular blog about health and Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture Blog Chicago (acupuncturechicago.blogspot.com). Adventures in Chinese Medicine is her first book.
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My new book 'Adventures in Chinese Medicine: Acupuncture, Herbs, And Ancient Ideas For Today'
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  • Southwest Acupuncture College-Boulder
    Chinese Medicine
  • University of Illinois at Chicago
    Kinesiology
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