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

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Summer gardening with Peter + Lisa

Jared Brick

As many of my patients know, Lisa and I are avid gardeners. For many years I have enjoyed growing our own food and have felt that gardening was a natural way to promote personal and planetary well-being.

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Stella’s Cold Hands and Feet • Patients with Reynaud’s Syndrome

Jared Brick

According to acupuncture and traditional Chinese medical theory a person who is often cold and craves warmth will be diagnosed as having a Cold constitution. Stella clearly had this condition. Her other important signs included fatigue, achy joints, weak digestion, a slow, tight pulse and a white coating on her tongue.

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Avoiding Sports injuries for a Healthy + Active Summer

Peter Kadar

Acupuncture is great for treating and preventing common muscle and joint injuries that occur from over-use or over-strain. Here at the Acupuncture Center of New Jersey we utilize several traditional acupuncture techniques to support our patients.

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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.

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Allergies - Spring is in the Air

Peter Kadar

Spring is in the air!  This brings a nice warm breeze, plenty of sunshine and allergies.  By applying these tips to your daily routine along with acupuncture, this allergy season should be a pleasant one.

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For Our Aging Population - Acupuncture + Chinese Medicine

Peter Kadar

We've treated many aged and very aged patients with these and other problems and most have responded very well. Chronic problems do not go away or get “healed”.

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Sane Monkey ∞ How to Stay Curious + Balanced in 2016

Peter Kadar

Chinese New Year and Infomagical Challenge: How to remain curious, active and sane! This weekend we are leaping into another Chinese New Year: The Year of Monkey.

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Fear + Anger: Philosophical Perspectives from Chinese Medicine

Peter Kadar

as an acupuncturist and practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine for over 35 years I’m struck by how often I witness these emotions and interpretations in my practice in New Jersey. As a healer, I often help my patients with their health disorders using the wisdom of Five Element dynamics to balance physical and emotional physiologies

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Healing Connections: The Heart of Acupuncture

Peter Kadar

When patients come to us, there is an exchange of energy more than an exchange of clinical knowledge or information. Though on the surface, it appears that the patient is on the receiving end while the practitioner is on the giving end, the reality is far from that. At the moment of giving is receiving and at the moment of receiving is giving.

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Treating Severe Pain with Distal Acupuncture

Peter Kadar

But when our energy is blocked or severely diminished, either by a traumatic accident or disease, pain and illness are the result. By restoring the flow of energy through the affected areas, we restore the natural healing properties inherent in our bodies.

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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.

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The Virtue of Forgiveness in Traditional Chinese Medicine

Peter Kadar

I have noticed when children fight and argue, they quickly become friends again and start their play again. It is remarkable how kids are able to forgive and forget; this is what makes them so vibrant and continuously happy. We as adults have a more difficult time in doing this practice.

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Ancient Healing Technique for Sore + Stiff Muscles - Gwa Sha

Peter Kadar

When people begin their acupuncture treatment, they are most often surprised to find out that acupuncture is so much more than just needles. Within Traditional Chinese Medicine, there are several different modalities that can be used in addition to the acupuncture needles. The adjunctive therapies that we use at the Acupuncture Center of New Jersey include Gua Sha, cupping, moxibustion, Tui Na, and electrical stimulation.

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