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  • June 2013

    Sunny Day in Victoria…and hope for Migraines with Acupuncture therapy

    The students of Oshio College of Acupuncture and Herbology have been lingering and late for class today, due to the sunny springtime weather here in Victoria, BC.

    However, Dr. Yin is giving a class on hard-to–treat case studies, so the Acupuncture students crowd in around him, as he shares his experience and wisdom with them.

    Here at the Yates Street Clinic of Acupuncture and TCM, we treat many patients with a range of chronic pain disorders, including migraine headaches.  Yesterday, I helped one of our 3rd year Acupunture students treat a patient who has been living with chronic migraines for over 25 years. Fortunately, the Acupuncture treatments that she has been receiving at our Student Clinic of Acupuncture have been helping her to reduce the intensity and frequency of her migraines.  Of course, she knows that she must also make modifications to her diet and lifestyle to reduce stress and promote her health.  But regular Acupuncture treatments help her to keep the tension at bay, and with our new summer promotion: 4 treatments in one month for $30 total, she is able to afford to receive regular Acupuncture therapy. This is of great benefit to her condition.

    Meanwhile, the students are in class, hanging on Dr. Yin’s every word. They know that they are benefitting greatly from being in his presence and soaking up the knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine.