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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Divorce is stress season, no matter when it is occurring. While you can’t make someone who is out the door stay or stay when everything in you is pushing you out the door, you can choose to strategically reinforce your body's capabilities of handling stress through your choices of which foods to consume. Read more from divorce coach, Lisa Brick…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...
At ACNJ, we counsel patients in the important ways they can reduce inflammation and promote natural, healthy function. These healthy and easy to achieve guidelines will enhance your regular acupuncture treatments and greatly improve the way you feel and your ability to resist disease and lead a longer, healthier life. Read more...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
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
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
At the Acupuncture Center of NJ, we support women to increase chances for a natural conception. I met with Lucy and after a lengthy intake and examination, including the traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) diagnostic methods of feeling the pulse, looking at the tongue, palpating acupuncture meridians and assessing her emotional state I understood that Lucy needed nourishment for her Yin or essence, support for her vital energy or Qi, and more free movement of her blood. In acupuncture and TCM practice these substances are essential to promote follicular development or fertile eggs.Read More
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.Read More
Over the years I’ve treated many patients who have received a diagnosis of cancer and have turned to natural, holistic healing methods. Most have done so in conjunction with conventional medical treatment: drugs, radiation, surgery, etc.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
How to describe what a patient experiences and what goes on that contributes to the deep feeling of wellness and relaxation, the relief of pain and other symptoms, and an increase in energy and vitality that patients often feel after treatment.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
Our immune resilience is especially tested in winter season. If you find yourself suffering from frequent colds or if your cold symptoms linger longer this past winter, please take it as a wake up call.Read More