Written by Keren Rochwerger Treating PCOS with Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine A recent trip to the Doctor confirms a diagnosis of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS).
Our modern lifestyle is fast-paced and jam-packed! We juggle work, family, community – it’s all too easy to be overwhelmed. So how do we achieve balance? Let’s take a look at how Chinese Medicine can help with burnout and adrenal fatigue.
You may have spotted a photo of Purdy’s little cutey on the reception desk. He is about to turn one (time flies!) We thought it was a good time to reflect on his birth, here is Purdy’s birth story:
This month is Endometriosis Awareness Month. We’ve put together some lifestyle and diet tips to help you better manage endometriosis (endo) and painful periods.
If you are in your mid-20s to mid-30s, you are sure to have heard the phrase “don’t leave it too late” when people are talking fertility.
This is the pivotal time of the menstrual cycle in Chinese Medicine. As the fullness of Yin reaches its total capacity ovulation occurs and Yin switches to Yang.
We all know it is true what they say about laughter being good for the soul. Well, now it seems to be a good medicine, especially for those struggling with fertility.
How useful is the AMH blood test? There was a very interesting article in The Age that we though would be good to share. It’s about the anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) blood test and its accuracy.
Yin Rising The second phase of the menstrual cycle is all about yin essence in Chinese Medicine. The feminine, cool, moistening energy.
Going With The Flow The menstrual flow speaks volumes about the state of our reproductive health. It is a concept that is simple to grasp, in fact you would think it was almost an unnecessary statement, however it is something we vary rarely stop to think about.