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Archive for August, 2011

The evening of Wednesday, Sept. 21st, we will celebrate 10 years of serving Madison Valley. We’re thinking DJ, potluck, drinks etc. Come enjoy a chair massage, sign up to win fabulous prizes and generally whoop it up!

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Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), is the most common endocrine disorder in women of reproductive age, is characterized by hyperandrogenism, oligo/amenorrhea, and polycystic ovaries.

Women with PCOS are at greater risk for:

  • Infertility
  • miscarriage
  • endometrial cancers
  • heart disease and heart attacks
  • type II diabetes
  • strokes

Here’s a randomized study done showing the positive effects of Acupuncture, and especially acupuncture and exercise on PCOS. At Glow, we recommend acupuncture 1-2 times per week for 16 weeks, plus dietary and supplement support for our PCOS patients. We find this protocol to be very effective and a great adjunct for those women taking Clomid or undergoing IVF.

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All events $10 and held at Glow unless otherwise specified.

Space is limited and will be reserved for pre-paid participants.

Please call to reserve your spot: 206-568 -7545.

Supporting Cancer Patients through Asian Medicine — Wednesday, Aug. 17th, 6-7 PM
Facilitated by Derek Kirkham, DAOM EAMP

Join Derek Kirkham, MS DAOM, EAMP for a free discussion on how
East Asian medicine can benefit individuals throughout conventional cancer
treatment. The innovations of conventional care, i.e. chemotherapy, radiation
therapy and surgery, have enabled more and more people to survive cancer.
However, while these therapies are powerful tools in the fight against cancer,
they can simultaneously damage the systems within the body during and after
treatment. This discussion will cover helpful tips on rebuilding the body’s
vital energy (Qi) and creating an internal environment that promotes healthy
living.

Discussion topics:
– Basic theories of East Asian medicine
– How acupuncture, herbs and foods can support the body before, during and after conventional treatment
– The benefits of Tai Qi and Qi Gong
– And much more…

 Intro to Chinese Medicine:Get More from Your Acupuncture — Monday, Aug. 22nd, 4-5 PM
Facilitated by Lindsey Lawson, MS EAMP, Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist

Are you new to acupuncture, or a veteran patient, who wants to learn more? Learn how diet/ herbs, exercise, Qi Gong and Chinese Medicine can enhance your health. This class varies with the season, so even if you’ve come before there’s something new. Want more information about your health concern? Bring your questions!

 

Managing Chronic Illness — Tuesday, Aug. 23rd, 6-7 PM, **FREE**
Facilitated by Tina Michalski, MSW

Any chronic illness means that the individual will make some adjustments in their life, which may include adjustment to physical limitations, as well as changes in our thoughts, beliefs, emotions and behavior, in response to the illness.

Group and individual therapy can help restructure our thinking processes to more realistic and helpful thoughts, which can help to  effectively manage the stress of the illness, as well as the anxiety and depression that can manifest. Counseling also means that you are more likely to follow the treatment plans and recommendations of your medical providers, and have better physical health.

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