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We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Katherine Chung to the team! Meet + greet + genetics testing info Wed June 7:
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Weekend wisdom: It is humans that makes truth great, not truth that makes humans great. -Confucius
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Tuesday Tip with Jill Truscott, RAc! In TCM, we believe in the importance of eating with the seasons. Spring is a wonderful time to go to your local farmers market, and incorporate foods which are in-season and harvested locally. Think "Green" this Spring-as Green represents the Liver, our Springtime organ. To focus on our Liver's health, and nourish its blood storing and energy moving functions, eat plenty of greens and chlorophyll rich food-such as sprouts, kale, spinach, parsley, and dandelion root. Spring is the perfect time to detoxify by letting go of any bad eating habits, and making room for things which nourish our Liver and feel good for our bodies!
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Honoured: Medical Champions #TopDoctors2017! TY IMPACT MAGAZINE With Jill Truscott Dr. Katherine Chung Gary Chan Sonia F. Tan http://ow.ly/6cIk30bHdPs

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Weekend wisdom: Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear - not absence of fear. -Mark Twain
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Weekend wisdom: When you judge another, you do not define them, you define yourself. -Wayne Dyer
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Tuesday Tip with Jill Truscott, RAc! The weather is finally warming up, and we are truly feeling Spring in the Air! In TCM, Spring is the season of renewal, expansion and movement. Mimic the activity you see in nature's transition, and use the energy of spring to rejuvenate and detoxify your body and environment. In TCM, the Liver is the organ of Spring, and the Liver helps to nourish our tendons. To help nourish your Liver energy and strengthen your tendons - try incorporating gentle exercise into your daily routine - such as stretching, walking, yoga, or swimming.
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Weekend wisdom: However many holy words you read, however many you speak, what good will they do if you do not act upon them? -Buddha
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Case study time! Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Treatment of Phantom Pain (case study) by Gary Chan. A patient came to see me because of phantom pain. Phantom pain is a condition where an amputee experiencing pain in places that has been amputated. Sometimes, these symptoms get better over time. However, like my client here, managing his phantom pain and recovery turn out to be very challenging.

My client survived a deadly accident. The incident left him no choice but to have his right leg amputated. Two more complications happened since his surgery. While he has experience phantom pain for almost half a year already, visiting an acupuncturist is simply not an option until now.

When he came to my office, he described his discomfort is at a level of 10 out of 10. The pain drains his life out of him and the pain is not responding to the prescribed painkillers.

After two acupuncture treatments, his pain level has reduced by 50%. Another 3 sessions, the frequency severe pain has dramatically decreased. He reported the pain level is at a medium level of 4/10. He feels so much better and his doctor agrees to cut down his pain medications.

At his 6th treatment, he reported his pain level is at a 2/10 now. This is very exciting for him and his family and he will continue for another treatment course of acupuncture.
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