In our most recent Patient Healing Story, you will meet Molly, and she shares her experiences at ACNJ. She is a first time patient of Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture in Morristown, NJ. She was suffering from anxiety and stress, quite common at her age, and found comfort in our treatments. Watch her journey.Read More
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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
Acupuncture is great for reducing pain and inflammation. We help many patients arthritis, sports injuries, back pain, sciatica, etc. So my patients are often surprised and skeptical when I advise them to reduce or stop using ice on their injuries. This is usually followed by lots of questions and a little bit of suspicion. Read more…Read More
As winter approaches we remind patients of several important natural remedies that will boost their immune systems, combat bacteria and viruses, aid digestion and relieve inflammation. The remedies below can easily be made at home with simple, easy to source all natural ingredients.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...
Joanne had a history of mild allergies and childhood asthma so her respiratory tract and sinuses were her weak areas. She had to stop running and swimming and was relying heavily on steroids and decongestants and had gained weight due to these medications and inactivity. No surprise she also was feeling fatigued, irritable and depressed when she started acupuncture. There are a number of ways to treat allergies and asthma with acupuncture.Read More
Recently I treated Melinda, a 28 year old woman who has been battling Lyme disease for more than 6 years. She is going to an integrative MD who uses powerful anti-viral, anti-fungal, anti-parasitic therapies along with fasting and detox diets. Melinda also follows a strict healing diet of no gluten, dairy, sugar and meat which can also cause die-off responses that contribute to Herx reactions. Read more about how we helped heal her with our latest patient healing journey.Read More
My training in Traditional Chinese Medicine focuses on the signs and patterns that will reveal the connections between symptoms and physical or psychological disharmony. With Dorothy her pulse, tongue and other diagnostic presentation pointed to patterns of excessive heat in the skin, deficiency of Yin which led to dryness, a restriction in the free flow of Qi from her Liver, and anxiety and fatigue caused by a disturbance of her Shen or spirit as a result of impaired sleep. - Dr. Peter Kadar L.Ac. D.O.M.Read More
Many of our acupuncture patients ask us for recommendations on dietary changes, nutritional supplements, and weight loss and detoxification programs. There’s so much information on the internet and media that it bewilders many people, including sometimes ourselves as we read through new medical literature and research that we encounter daily. Read more...Read More
An increasing number of women are turning to acupuncture for treatment of a common gynecological disorder called polycystic ovary syndrome or PCOS. PCOS is a complex hormonal imbalance that causes cystic inflammation on the ovaries and reproductive tissue. The cause of the hormonal disruption has been linked to many factors including genetics, birth control pills, environmental toxins such as plastics and air borne compounds, stress, early puberty, and artificial additives in food and drink.Read More
According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), acupuncture effectively treats the “Shen” or Spirit which controls our emotional and mental or cognitive balance. When healthy the Qi or vital energy that nourishes the Spirit will create a young person who is exuberant, has a healthy curiosity, is eager to learn and whose behavior is developmentally appropriate.Read More
In his talk, the Dalai Lama emphasized the need for people in India to study their Hindu heritage and wisdom tradition, reminding everyone that Buddhism originated out of Hindu spiritual belief. He also emphasized that, at 82 years old, his time on earth is nearing its end, and what he wants people to take from his decades of teaching.Read More
Dr. Peter Kadar and Lisa Brick, had the privilege of attending a public lecture by His Holiness, the Dalai Lama in New Delhi, India. Their son-in-law Akshat had participated in a 2-day teaching for young people and got us a pass for this lecture. Read more about the wisdom he passed onto us from this meeting, enjoy and Namaste from India.Read More
Between December and March there are waves of infection passed between family members and co-workers. We all know the common symptoms – alternating fever and chills, sinus congestion, coughing, headaches and sore throats, body aches and fatigue. We encourage our acupuncture patients to come in for acupuncture treatment and for safe, effective and natural Chinese herbal formulas that can significantly reduce the period of suffering and eliminate the need for harsher drugs like antibiotics and decongestants.Read More
I saw Shelly for the first time almost 8 months ago, and the first thing I noticed was a slurring of her words when trying to speak to me and her eye was constantly tearing throughout our conversation. Shelly revealed to me that she's a workaholic, often working late into the evenings after her children are asleep. She gets around four hours of sleep a night and has an extremely poor diet. She came to me about a month after coming down with the condition, which isn't ideal when it comes to using acupuncture for Bell's Palsy. Read more at http://acupuncturecenterofnj.com/blogRead More
Lindsey had gone through physical therapy with limited success. She had even received dry needling, a form of acupuncture performed by physical therapists who have very little training, without good results. On her holiday break from school Lindsey came to the Acupuncture Center of New Jersey in Morristown to see me for evaluation and treatment.Read More
James’ Journey to Wellness with Chron's Disease - James was small for his age, and had a real difficulty with fidgeting in his seat when I was trying to talk to him. It was exhausting just watching him flail around in his seat like a fish out of water! His mother appeared unphased by this behavior, but in my head I strongly attributed this to the permeability of his gut leaching things like unwanted sugars and gluten into his brain, causing the hyperactive behavior.Read More
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.Read More
When handled adroitly these potentially explosive conversations can be defused without giving up or giving in...by being clear and intentional that not only is this not the time or place to have battles, it is a special time to exhibit good will, generate peace at home, and create an environment as conducive to a happy, laughing family as possible.Read More
Celebrate the holidays with this vegetarian french onion soup with miso paste. "Here's my recipe for a lovely warming soup we will be making for our small Thanksgiving dinner for 26 people from ages 3 to 96!" ~ Dr. Peter Kadar + Lisa Brick. Celebrate gratitude!Read More