3 Tips for Jogging in Spring

Weather in Boston has warm up slightly recently and I see more and more people jogging on the street over the past few weeks. Needless to say, jogging in this comfortable weather is refreshing and it’s something I… Read More

Acupuncture booking available on Tuesday at Allston

Thank you for all those who have come to my clinic in Allston for Acupuncture treatment! With the increased patients during the weekdays, I have decided to shift all focus to the Allston location and open the Tuesday… Read More

We now accept Harvard Pilgrim for Acupuncture

After a long process, I am finally part of the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Network! For those who have Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and would like to have acupuncture, give them a call today to find out if… Read More

Medicare and MassHealth for Acupuncture

So, after some testing with the system and actually receiving payment, here is what I have found out if you have both Medicare and MassHealth (Medicaid). People who qualify for Medicare and MassHealth are known as dual eligibles…. Read More

Treating Bell’s Palsy with acupuncture

Bell’s Palsy is a kind of Facial Paralysis that is happen to people who are otherwise healthy but with inflamed facial nerve. The damaged facial nerve causes weakness or paralysis of facial muscle. The most noticeable symptoms is… Read More

MassHealth and Acupuncture – how to be covered

So, after almost half year of working with MassHealth and different MassHealth subsidized health plans, here is what I have come out with so far. There are two MassHealth subsidized health plans that cover acupuncture done by independent… Read More

Acupuncture and The MIT Traditional Health Plan

For those who work at MIT, here is a good news for you! The MIT Traditional Health Plan has great acupuncture coverage that you only need to pay $10 copay per visit, and you get to go 20… Read More

Acupuncture for Veterans

The local veteran hospital in Boston area has been looking for acupuncturists for at least a few months now. The VA system has their way of doing things for hiring only veterans, so I am going to assume… Read More

Disease and Disorders that can be treated by Acupuncture

Bannerman R H in 1979. "Acupuncture: the WHO View."

According National Institutes of Health (NIH), acupuncture is among the oldest healing practice in the world. In addition, the 2007 National Health Interview Survey, which included a comprehensive survey of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) use by Americans,… Read More

A little reading about depression

I read an article on Reuters a while on acupuncture and depression. Here is a link to the original article: Acupuncture as good as counseling for depression: study. This article is based on this research paper: Acupuncture and… Read More