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Susan Tretakis
· December 27, 2017
I have been under Dr. Landon’s care since October, 2016. In that time, his acupuncture skill and nutritional advice have helped me combat sleep issues, stress and anxiety attacks and to lose 90 pound...s. Yes, it has been over a year, but his concern and support never faltered, even when I was the most hard on myself. Dr. Landon taught me to think differently, and therefore, to act differently. I can truthfully say – without any exaggeration - he and acupuncture have changed my life.

As has Dr. Zhou. Even as intern at Care Wellness Center in Margate, Florida, Dr. Zhou exhibited the same compassion and kindness demonstrated by Dr. Landon. Now a TCM doctor on staff, Dr. Zhou brings her unique skill set to an already well established acupuncture center. Dr. Zhou has augmented my knowledge of TCM – let alone shared some incredibly delicious recipes!

Both Dr. Landon and Dr. Zhou make you feel as if you are being treated by true “health-care” professionals rather than many doctors who are “disease-care” driven in their approach. Both are approachable, understanding and caring. They have my highest recommendation – and my deepest thanks.
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See how TCM teachings have taught Susan about her relationship with food and drink. Life is more than just fitting into a smaller size; it’s about living the healthiest, non-limited life one can.

“Knowledge is Power.”

http://theacupuncturists.org/tcm-and-me

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Is there a connection between Traditional Chinese Medicine and Yoga? You bet there is. "Connecting to your breath with Yoga helps align joints, release tension in muscles, allowing the acupuncturist to focus on the root cause of disease." Understand the parallels between yoga, acupuncture and optimal heath...

http://theacupuncturists.org/tcm-and-yoga

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ADHD, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, can be effectively treated with Traditional Chinese Medicine. Learn more! Read this aticle by our talented herbalist and acupuncturist Dr. Dongfeng Zhou...

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Explore the link between Traditional Chinese Medicine and spirituality with the help of Susan T. and her personal story of spiritual growth
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This past week, the first week of the 2018, I was “down”. And worse, “getting up” just seemed to be too much effort. Learn how Susan T. got by with a little help from her TCM friends...
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Did you overdo it with the holiday eating again this year? The fatigue, brain fog, irritability, and digestive disturbance you're experiencing may be due to Leaky Gut Syndrome. Learn what it is and what you can do about it...
http://theacupuncturists.org/leaky-gut-syndrome

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Once only thought of as a myth, it is now estimated that as many as 50% of Americans have a parasite. Fatigue, regular stomach pains, loss of appetite, chronic diarrhea, skin eruptions, and anxiety are good indicators that testing for a parasitic infection should be considered.

Food and Lifestyle changes will help some symptoms, but they will not totally eliminate a parasite. Check out this article by nutritionist Amy Carlson to learn how to test accurately for and then fully eadicate parasites...

http://theacupuncturists.org/parasite-elimination-and-gut-h…

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The cold weather was upon us this last week in South Florida. Some of us enjoyed it, some of us grinned and beared it. In Susan's latest post she writes on how to guard against arthritic flare ups due to cold, using acupuncture, herbs, and warming foods...

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South Florida will be back in the 80's by the weekend, but now, thanks to a mysterious sentence in my TCM's doctor's email, I am ready for the next cold spell
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While there is an “M” in the spelling of December, it is not a month for moderation. Knowing this, and knowing my inner fondness for “excess” – I thought I would turn to the one thing that has helped me so much this past year – Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Check out Susan's latest blog post on how she stays balanced through the "excess" of the holiday season...

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Chinese herbal medicine can be a powerful tool to support our patients with cancer or undergoing chemotherapy. In our last post we learned how Dr. Dongfeng Zhou utilizes acupuncture to get results with her patients. In this one learn how she incorporates Chinese herbs into treatment plans focused on relieving some of the typical symptoms associated with cancer recovery...

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Acupuncture’s use as an alternative cancer treatment has been recommended by the American Cancer Society (ACS) for the treatment of cancer and treatment-related symptoms. Pain, nausea, breathlessness, vasomotor symptoms and limb edema have all been found to respond to acupuncture and Chinese herbs.

Learn more about acupuncture and cancer support...

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Overwhelmed by almost everything: ranging from food decisions, gift decisions, balancing personal and professional responsibilities and trying to be all things to all people because, well, “T’is the Season”.

Check out Susan T's latest blog post on how she uses TCM and acupuncture to deal with holiday stress...

http://theacupuncturists.org/tis-the-season

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Candida albicans is the most popular yeast that can cause infection in humans. Many yeasts help in digestion and absorption of nutrients in people; they are symbiotic with the healthy human body. However, if given the environment, can become antagonist in people, causing infection, a weakened immune system, and other very serious health issues.

If you have or suspect you may have candida overgrowth their is a simple at home kit – the Diagnostechs Expanded GI Panel – you can take and submit to their lab for testing. Once it is confirmed we can work with you (with acupuncture and dietary protocol) to help rid the overgrowth. Learn more...

http://theacupuncturists.org/treating-candida-albicans

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It’s hard to read any health news without running into research and latest tips about the health of the thyroid gland. In fact, disease or malfunctioning of the thyroid is increasing by an alarming rate. In this blog post, nutritionist Amy Carlson looks at some things to incorporate in your diet and lifestyle that can help protect and prevent thyroid and parathyroid gland problems, and it also includes how acupuncture and Chinese herbs can help...

http://theacupuncturists.org/nutrition-for-thyroid-health

Treat Thyroid Disease Naturally with Nutrition, Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine in Margate, Coral Springs, Coconut Creek, Parkland, Tamarac Florida.
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Fatigue, weight gain, hormonal imbalances, sugar cravings, insomnia are just a few of the symptoms of Adrenal Fatigue. This latest blog post in a series by nutritionist Amy Carlson focuses on reversing the symptoms of adrenal fatigue with proper diet, nutrition, supplementation, and of course acupuncture! Learn more about this condiion and what you can do to stop it in its tracks...

http://theacupuncturists.org/adrenal-fatigue

Acupuncture, Food Therapy and Chinese Herbal Medicine can Treat Adrenal Fatigue in Margate, Coral Springs, Coconut Creek. Consultations are always free.
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