Contact us to set up an appointment or get more information about how acupuncture can help you!

Name *
Name

40 Franklin Street
Morristown, NJ, 07960

973-984-2800

Holistic Acupuncture for mind-body-heart healing since 1986! The Acupuncture Center of New Jersey in Morristown. Come in for a visit today!

balance-110850.jpg

ACNJ Blog

Wellness insights from Acupuncture Center of NJ, providing holistic complementary mind-body-heart-healing since 1986, in Morristown, NJ!

Filtering by Category: traditional chinese medicine

Happy Chinese New Year... It's the Year of the Pig !

Peter Kadar

The year of the pig officially begins on the Start of Spring Day, which was February 4, 2019 .  The Chinese new year day celebration is based on the new moon day of the first Chinese lunar month. The Chinese new year celebration is often called the Lunar New Year or Spring Festival, referencing the beginning of springtime. Read more…

Read More

East Meets West - My Travels In India

Peter Kadar

At the Acupuncture Center of New Jersey we integrate several of these healing traditions and practices and bring them into context with our understanding of our patient’s health concerns and experiences with conventional medicine.

Read More

Ringing Rocks, Autumn Bells and the 5 Phases of TCM

Peter Kadar

And when you are busy hammering around in order to find the rocks among rocks that ring bells for you, keep in mind that in Chinese Traditional Medicine rock and its origin; Metal, is one of the Five essential elements or phases (wu xing) in a cycle that govern the flow of energy in the world outside and inside of ourselves.

Read More

Turmeric (Yu Jin): A Chinese herb for Pain Relief + Energy

Peter Kadar

Ahh! The great wonder of turmeric. I use turmeric in all my daily Indian dishes to add flavor and color. However there is more to this wonderful, powerful herbal spice. As a Chinese herb (yu jin) turmeric has a bitter taste and stimulates circulation by moving Qi and blood stasis.

Read More

Connection Time - A Vital Practice for Full Out Wellness

Peter Kadar

The way our culture and technology have developed it is possible and easy to spend days face to face with our smart machines indoors. While we connect with people digitally, on phone, Facebook, through pictures and video, there is an increasing tendency to move through our days with our headphones on, viewing small, medium, and large screens while avoiding eye contact or communion with the environment or the actual living, breathing human beings around us. Connecting Time, the sixth of the wellness practices we've been exploring, is an antidote to isolation and alienation.

Read More