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
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“When you share your experiences with acupuncture with family and friends you probably get asked a lot of questions. Here are some FAQs that will help support them into trying acupuncture and enjoying positive benefits. With summer ending and fall just around the corner, many of us look once again to organizing and optimizing our lives. This makes sense in Chinese medicine, as fall is associated with the metal element. The metal element is associated with organization and making choices based on value and purpose. This includes how to make changes to support our health and vitality.Read More
The 6 Healing Sounds of Qi Gong with Dr. Ted Treantafelles L.Ac. D.O.M.C. Qi Gong is Chinese for life energy cultivation! Practiced as a set of movements as poses, releasing negative energy, focusing on the positive energy, healing sounds, and colors of the five elements. Dr. Ted Treantafelles L.Ac. D.A.C.M performs the 6 healing sounds in our latest video!Read More
We welcome Dr. Ted, a relatively recent transplant from California to NJ. Dr. Ted is a graduate of the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and therefore practices a very similar style of acupuncture. We have chosen Ted because of his excellent training and references and his gentle, caring healing spirit. Prior to joining the staff at ACNJ, Dr. Ted practiced privately in Summit, New Jersey.Read More
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.Read More
Excerpt from the interview with Dr. Peter Kadar by his son, Lucas Kadar.
"Acupuncture and TCM have enjoyed a very robust period of growth since I began practice in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1980 and it seems to accelerate every year. When I began practice there were very few states offering full licensure, no hospital acupuncture services and no insurance reimbursement. There were only 2 acupuncture schools and very few reliable textbooks or sources in English." Read more...
One of the ways that Taoism is interpreted is in following the path of where your life and your actions are meant to take you. It’s possible to do anything in this life, but when we stray from the path life becomes more difficult. This concept can also be seen in many other philosophies and religions referred to as destiny, kismet, or divine will.Read More
As an acupuncture practitioner for many years, I have treated many patients with vertigo and other balance disorders. Vertigo is a common problem for many patients, particularly affecting the elderly. Symptoms of vertigo are including, spinning sensation, lightheadedness, unsteadiness, nausea and loss of balance.Read More
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
As the weather gets warm I see more and more people start their annual outdoor gardening. It is fun and rewarding to plant flowers for beauty and vegetable plants for tasty, fresh nutrition. Herbs for cooking and health benefits can also be planted and will provide medicinal benefits and flavor in the months ahead.Read More
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.Read More
These animals also embody relationships with all aspects of our lives: romance, health, career, finances.Read More
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 physiologiesRead More
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
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.Read More
Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine not only offers therapies to reduce food and smoking cravings, such as acupuncture and dietary counseling, but it also explains the nature of these cravings in a simple, eloquent way.Read More