Yes, It’s A Headache. No, You Don’t Need A Brain Scan -by Nancy Shute Headaches may be the most common human malady, accounting for one-quarter of all doctor visits. It’s almost always just a headache. But what if it’s a brain tumor? Shouldn’t I get a CT scan or MRI exam just to make sure? […]
We treat headaches at BCA every day-migraines, tension headaches, and cluster headaches. Most headaches are very responsive to acupuncture-we LOVE treating them because of how frequently acupuncture makes a significant shift. We wanted to talk share red flags that a headache might be more than “garden variety.” You need to seek medical attention for a […]
According to this article posted over at AcuTake, you know acupuncture is working when: * You’re sleeping better * You’re more aware * You’re more emotional * You have more energy * You’re less stressed out * You’re more regular Read the full article here.
Legend has it that acupuncture developed when early Chinese physicians observed unpredicted effects of puncture wounds in Chinese warriors.
This place is amazing! Everyone on staff is so kind and professional. It’s always very clean and quiet and relaxing. I began coming to BCA with help trying to get pregnant. We had been trying for 6 months with no results. I was pregnant within 6 weeks of treatments by Mary. Now, I have continued […]
Interesting read from AcuTake writer, Adam Cantor Chronic pain is a growing and complicated issue. Millions of people feel stuck with their pain, suffering day in and day out with no resolution in sight. For many, acupuncture can shed light at the end of this very dark tunnel. We know that the nature of chronic […]
Believe it or not, acupuncture produces physiological changes in your body. For example, after your needles go in, your body will release endorphins-reducing pain and increasing relaxation.
Brought to you by NavyTimes staff writer, Meghann Myers: Psychiatrist Capt. Robert Koffman has more than 20 years of operational medicine and combat stress expertise, but he’s probably best known for sticking lots of needles in special operators. Koffman, a mental health expert at the National Intrepid Center of Excellence in Bethesda, Md., uses acupuncture […]
Back by popular demand! BCA will be re-opening Sunday morning shifts from 9:00am-1:00pm. Call or book online for an appointment this Sunday, March 2.
Dr. Elliot Krane gave a really amazing talk on chronic pain. Here’s the excerpt provided on the Ted Talk site: We think of pain as a symptom, but there are cases where the nervous system develops feedback loops and pain becomes a terrifying disease in itself. Starting with the story of a girl whose sprained […]