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Herbal Highway Interviews Tang-Ritchie on Chinese Medicine

October 3, 2022 The Herbal Highway, a podcast and radio show, recently interviewed Dr. Leng Tang-Ritchie, Vice President of Clinical Education and Operations and Director of Clinical Services at Pacific College of Health and Science, for an exploration of emotional health and balance from a Chinese medical perspective. During the course of the hour-long conversation, …

A Channel Perspective on Thoracolumbar Junction Syndrome

By Brian Lau, PA, CSMA This article was originally published in the Fall 2022 edition of the AIM Newspaper. Read the full paper or subscribe to the print edition for free. The thoracolumbar junction (TLJ), a region of the body often ranging from T11-L2, is an intriguing region which can open us to deeper understandings …

Supporting Joint Health with Botanicals and Nutrients

By Céline Torres-Moon This article was originally published in the Fall 2022 edition of the AIM Newspaper. Read the full paper for free. Willow Bark, Ginger, Boswellia, Methylsulfonyl Methane (MSM), and Hyaluronic Acid (HA) As we age, the maintenance of joint health is dependent on factors anatomical, functional, and biological in nature. From the anatomical …

The Great Treatise on the Resonant Manifestations of Yīn and Yáng

黃帝內經素問 《陰陽應象大論》 Huáng Dì Nèi Jīng Sù Wèn: Yīn Yáng Yìng Xiàng Dà Lùn (Yellow Emperor’s Inner Classic, “Plain Questions” 5)[1] By Sabine Wilms This article was published in the Fall 2022 edition of the AIM Newspaper. Read the full paper for free. LINE ONE 黃帝曰︰陰陽者,天地之道也,萬物之綱紀,變化之父母,生殺之本始,神明之府也。 Huáng dì yuē︰Yīn yáng zhě, tiān dì zhī dào …

Pacific College Graduate Jillian Capodice Published in Chinese Medicine Journal

Attention acupuncture students and graduates: you’ll definitely want to read Jillian’s meticulous article on traditional Chinese herbal medicine’s potential therapeutic application for the treatment of COVID-19, recently published in Chinese Medicine Journal! Jillian is a leader in the field of complementary and integrative medicine, and  one of a few specialists in integrative and holistic urology.  …

Answering Clinical Questions by Investigating the Research Evidence: An Acupuncture/Atrial Fibrillation-Based Example

By Leslie McCoy, DAOM and Anna Smith, DACM  Atrial fibrillation (AF) has emerged as a nascent global epidemic that poses a growing global disease burden.1,2 In the United States, AF affects approximately 9% of those aged 65 years or older.3 It is the most common clinically significant arrhythmia and is acknowledged as one of the …

Report of Findings of a Clinical Case on Lyme Disease

By Deidre Chupalio Acupuncture has been around and able to treat a multitude of mysterious symptoms and illnesses over its 3000-year history, including the most common vector-borne disease in North America, Lyme Disease (LD). LD is transmitted by ticks infected with the spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi. The course of the disease varies among individuals, with the …