Questions from the Treatment Room, Answered
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This season of the podcast has focused  a lot on demystifying different aspects of Chinese Medicine. From acupressure to qi gong, we've spoken with experts to dig into the details of how these practices can help us move toward better health. In this conversation, we're exploring some of the most common questions from patients in the clinic in an asynchronous q+a session. These questions cover a broad range from the concrete, tactical side to the more theoretical side to help gain a deeper understanding for how the practice of acupuncture and Chinese Medicine works. On Today’s Solo Episode of A Healthy Curiosity: The difference between acupuncture needles and hypodermic needles How long it takes to get results from acupuncture What Chinese herbs have to do with acupuncture The process and benefits of using patterns in diagnosis Links: The serotonin theory of depression: a systematic umbrella review of the evidence “No convincing evidence” that depression is caused by low serotonin levels, say study authors Acupuncture for Depression: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis Blots on a Field? A neuroscience image sleuth finds signs of fabrication in scores of Alzheimer’s articles, threatening a reigning theory of the disease Efficacy of omega-3 PUFAs in depression: A meta-analysis Curcumin in Depression: Potential Mechanisms of Action and Current Evidence—A Narrative Review Episode 14: Healthy Skin & Chinese Medicine with  Alexa Gilmore, L.Ac. Reach out to Brodie -- Learn more about working with Brodie Explore details about the Level Up program
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