Success Stories

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The Power of Acupuncture in Managing Multiple Sclerosis

Did you know how powerful acupuncture is for MS patients? Scientists now recognize that "acupuncture significantly contributes to keeping MS patients in remission for longer durations and slowing down the progression of this complex condition" [1]. 

I have treated many, many MS patients through the years. Acupuncture has helped them to stay 10 steps ahead of this chronic, debilitating disease. Those who come in for regular acupuncture visits have been able to live a normal healthy life, without M…

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Breaking Free from Fibromyalgia: Marci's Journey to Healing with Acupuncture

Fibromyalgia... It's a difficult to treat chronic pain condition and MORE. 

Meet Marci, she's 58. Despite her youthful spirit, feels like she's 90-years-old. The daily battles with fibromyalgia have taken a toll, turning her life into a painful struggle where every inch of her body aches, and the pain feels insurmountable. 

➤Her life is a painful struggle—her entire body aches, and the pain seems insurmountable. Feeling stuck, unable to move forward, 
➤She longed for the simple pleasure of a good n…

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A Deep Dive into the Transformative Power of the Kidney Pathway: Sarah's Story

Common Kidney Pathway Symptoms Include: 

Low Back Pain
Knee Pain
Bladder Control Issues
Spinal Stenosis
Ringing in the Ears
Frequent Urination
Low Libido

Meet Sarah:

To illustrate the impact of an imbalance in the Kidney Pathway, let me introduce you to Sarah, a 55-year-old woman who sought help at our clinic out of sheer frustration. When we asked her what made her turn to acupuncture, she said: "I'm desperate. Nothing else is working."

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Sciatic Pain: Finding Freedom from the Pain in the Butt!

If you have had sciatic pain, you know what I'm talking about. 

Picture an invisible vise, gripping your hip, butt and thigh—squeezing your muscles tight. Sometimes it feels prickly, sometimes it's a pins and needles sensation. Other times, it's a knife-like nerve sensation that runs down your leg to your foot. Every step you take is a delicate balance betweenscomfort and relief. Sometimes you gasp and cry out because of the pain. 

Michael of Meridian, like many others, used to suffer from the rel…

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Hamburger Stew: Stop Inflammation/Feel Good

Introducing our latest culinary delight – a simple yet sensational recipe that not only tantalizes your taste buds but also supports your health journey.

It's SIMPLE and delicious!

Here's Dr. Kimberly's favorite winter soup. 

It's packed with ingredients known for their anti-inflammatory properties, this dish takes center stage in our AcuPlus Weight Loss Program™.
A harmonious blend of flavors makes it not only a delicious treat but also a satisfying and health-conscious choice.
Indulge in a culinary…

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Walking Beyond Pain: Embracing a Non-Surgical Path to Morton's Neuroma Relief

Let me share Carol's inspiring journey. Carol battled Morton's Neuroma for years. She had already been to a podiatrist and did not get the relief she had been hoping for. The recurring problem left her hesitant to try yet another treatment. However, with a glimmer of hope, she decided to embark on Dr. Kimberly's Morton's Neuroma Program.

To her delight, it worked wonders. The pain that had haunted her for years vanished. What's even more incredible is that Carol finally get out there and walk aga…

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Baked Pears: Dessert with a PURPOSE!

As you know, in Chinese Medicine each acupuncture pathway relates to a unique set of symptoms which include muscular pain, the internal organs, AND the emotions. 

The Lung is our topic of discussion today.

Grief is the emotion of the lung. Patients who have experienced grief from the loss of a loved one within the last year may recognize a weakened immune system, thus leading to more pronounced lung channel conditions this winter. 

Here are some of the symptoms related to the lung pathway.

Fatigue
Sh…

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The SECRET to knowing if your acupuncture pathways need help!

What if you could judge for yourself whether or not your acupuncture pathways are out of balance? Well, you can, and I’m going to teach you the secret!

Symptoms ● Pain ● Emotions

If you have had an AcuGraph analysis at the clinic, I’ve already taught you the basics. Since teaching is my passion, let me teach you another layer. 

Every acupuncture pathway is also associated with a season. Since fall is only about 30 days away, let’s take a quick look ahead—and I’ll teach you how to prepare. 

The acupu…

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An Asthma Success Story: No More Nebulizer…

David is a pharmacist. He’s 60 years old and has had asthma since he was a child. When he was a kid, he had multiple bouts of pneumonia which led to one of his lungs not functioning properly. During his childhood and teen years, he had to use an inhaler almost daily. As an adult he progressed to needing a nebulizer 2-3 times per day.

Well, here he is in 2022—still surviving on one lung. David is now a COVID survivor—but unfortunately the after-effects of the virus really took a toll on his health…

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Retirement is GREAT: Unless Your FEET Hurt!

Middle age. It’s that bridge between your younger years and your older years—when you have learned a few life lessons, your career is a little more established, perhaps you have a little more money to play with, and maybe a little more time because you kids are grown. 

Walking across that bridge into your your ‘Golden Years’ can be a lovely experience… Unless your FEET DON’T WORK!

Then it SUCKS! It hurts. It’s disappointing. It’s sad. It’s frustrating. 

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