Comments for Ashi Acupuncture – Education and Training https://www.ashi-acupuncture.com Acupuncture and dry needling information, training and education. Medical based acupuncture with an emphasis on anatomy and technique. Thu, 19 Dec 2019 04:13:58 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.3.2 Comment on Acupuncture Treatment Room Essentials and Making Sure Patients Don’t Feel Abandoned With Needles in Them by Braden Bills https://www.ashi-acupuncture.com/acupuncture-treatment-room-essentials-and-making-sure-patients-dont-feel-abandoned-with-needles-in-them/#comment-1057 Tue, 04 Jun 2019 15:54:31 +0000 https://www.ashi-acupuncture.com/?p=1393#comment-1057 I’m planning on having acupuncture done. It makes sense that I would want to get a professional to help me out with this! I’ll be sure to find someone who has a nice looking area to do the treatment in. That way I don’t have to worry about feeling too abandoned.

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Comment on Acupuncture Treatment Room Essentials and Making Sure Patients Don’t Feel Abandoned With Needles in Them by Ethan Hansen https://www.ashi-acupuncture.com/acupuncture-treatment-room-essentials-and-making-sure-patients-dont-feel-abandoned-with-needles-in-them/#comment-972 Wed, 10 Apr 2019 17:38:57 +0000 https://www.ashi-acupuncture.com/?p=1393#comment-972 I found it interesting how you mentioned how acupuncture therapy offices have lots of things in the room so the patient doesn’t feel abandoned with needles in them. My wife wants to get therapy done to help ease the stress in her muscles but is afraid of being locked in a room alone with no sign of life. I will keep this in mind as we search for an acupuncture therapy clinic that feels like home!

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Comment on Acupuncture Training – Sharon Sauer on Treating the Shoulder by Sharon Sauer https://www.ashi-acupuncture.com/acupuncture-training-sharon-sauer-on-treating-the-shoulder/#comment-769 Tue, 01 Nov 2016 17:02:21 +0000 https://www.ashi-acupuncture.com/?p=1222#comment-769 Love this interview. Have you been watching some of the other broadcasts ?
Today at 6:30 to 8:30pm CST on periscope live interactive broadcast at sharon_sauer and is eliminating pain Anterior compartment shin splints, drop foot, great toe pain and weak ankles and pain in front of Leg #30 pain in front of Ankle #33 pain in Medial Ankle #35.

Next Tuesday we broadcast
Back of Leg Pain #31
Back of Ankle Pain #34
That is eliminating planter fasciitis and leg cramps and achilles tendonitis.

Note: All broadcasts are archived on YouTube at the National Self Care Alliance

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Comment on Acupuncture Training – Sharon Sauer on Treating the Shoulder by Per Vinding https://www.ashi-acupuncture.com/acupuncture-training-sharon-sauer-on-treating-the-shoulder/#comment-618 Mon, 04 Jul 2016 15:05:00 +0000 https://www.ashi-acupuncture.com/?p=1222#comment-618 I like this post very much, very informative

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Comment on Get a Mentor! by Kimberly Nguyen https://www.ashi-acupuncture.com/get-a-mentor/#comment-604 Fri, 10 Jun 2016 21:20:29 +0000 https://www.ashi-acupuncture.com/?p=1092#comment-604 I am looking for a mentor in the Jacksonville FL area! Thanks!

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Comment on Acupuncture Haemothorax by Michelle @ Modern Acupuncture https://www.ashi-acupuncture.com/acupuncture-haemothorax/#comment-514 Thu, 14 Jan 2016 14:36:56 +0000 https://www.ashi-acupuncture.com/?p=1181#comment-514 This case study was very educational – it went into much more detail about the topic than I anticipated. Glad I read it over. Looking forward to your book on shoulder injuries and needling techniques!

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