Spring: Nature Wakes

Spring brings longer days, shorter nights. As Nature wakes from its slumber, so is it time for us to get moving and be more active.

My Coronavirus Vaccination Experience

I have a number of doctors and nurses that I treat that have received their doses of COVID-19 vaccine. In speaking with them, they had...

Year of the Metal Ox

So nice we can say it twice: Good Riddance! We got through 2020 into 2021, and today we move past the Year of the Metal Rat and into the...

How To Play Mahjong (So I've learned)

Mahjong is known primarily as a computer game, where pairs are matched to remove them from a stacked pile of tiles; that’s if it’s known...

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

Greetings and welcome to 2021! Holy smokes! The craziness that was 2020 is now in our rearview, and it is time to take on 2021. We start...

Your Body, the Garden

I grew up the son of a landscaper. I would go out to work with my dad during summer vacations; I would dress up like him for career day...

Winter, the Season of Rest

The winter season is the time of stillness, when nature’s energy turns inward. This most yin of seasons is represented by the yin element...

Acupuncture Helps the Cytokine Storm

Acupuncture can help mitigate the cytokine storm, which can be occur during an infection (like COVID-19) or in autoimmune disorders.

Autumn: Letting Go

We’ve entered into the season that to this Key West boy shows the most drastic change, autumn. The leaves switching colors, the dropping...

In the Moves: the Yi Jing

Anyone who’s been on my table getting a treatment knows that I’m sort of a movie junkie. Maybe I should clarify that: I am a junkie for...

Yin and Yang is Night and Day

Yin and yang are all around us. It is the turning of the day. It is the movement of the seasons. It is in the art we pass every day.

Coronavirus Herbal Immune Boost Formula

We have gone through an overview of COVID-19 and its different stages and how they are treated. Here, let’s talk about the modified...

Before Needles: Tui Na

Before acupuncture, the hands were used to activate the movement of Qi. The different techniques of Tui Na are used to achieve that goal.

What's the Point? Hé Gǔ, LI4

Acupoint LI4, He Gu, is a great point to help with headaches, but should be avoided during pregnancy.