at 84 Lakeshore Road West, Oakville, L6K1E1 Canada
Marconi Acupuncture Clinic is located in the beautiful Kerr Village in Oakville. It offers registered Traditional Chinese Medicine services.
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In this 60 minute documentary video, Registered Acupuncturist Lana Marconi gives a high level overview of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
* History of Chinese Medicine
* Explanation of important concepts such as qi, yin and yang, meridians, acupuncture points
* Acupuncture needling techniques
* Gua Sha
* Tuina Massage
* TCM Nutrition
* Diagnosis (tongue and pulse)
* Patient expectations
* Health conditions treated using TCM
* Mental health and TCM
* Acupressure tips for stress relief
Tools of a Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncturist:
Marconi Acupuncture is moving locations from Kerr Village at 84 Lakeshore Road West, Oakville to downtown Oakville, literally two lights away at: 118 Thomas Street, Oakville (off Lakeshore Road East).
MAY 2017 — Registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncturist Lana Marconi visited the Toronto Police to give a presentation about Traditional Chinese Medicine and the benefits of including this medicine for workplace wellness.
May 2017: This edition of Vitality Magazine features a health article written by Lana Marconi, R.Ac., of Marconi Acupuncture Clinic.
The article addresses the important topic of how Traditional Chinese Medicine (e.g., acupuncture, cupping, etc.)
Source: American Journal of Chinese Medicine, 2007
It is accepted that emotional disturbances lead to immune impairment, and that treatment could restore the immune system.
Source: Evidence Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine Journal, 2008
Study shows that electro-acupuncture–a modified form of acupuncture treatment that involves a tiny, pulsating electrical current–was conducted on patients with lumbar spinal stenosis and that those patients experienced varying reductions in lower back pain and the distance they were able to walk increased.
Chinese researchers studied 1,075 patients with severe functional constipation, which means they were unable to have a complete bowel movement more than twice a week.
Study participants receiving acupuncture reported an average 50 percent reduction in pain, compared to a 28 percent pain reduction for standard pain treatment without acupuncture.
Acupuncture also appears to be a safe and effective treatment for relieving chronic pain in children.
In a study of 55 children with chronic pain, those who received eight acupuncture sessions (each lasting about 30 minutes) reported significant reductions in pain and improved quality of life.
Lung is considered by Oriental medicine to be the “tender organ.” This is because the lung is the uppermost organ in the body and especially susceptible to wind and cold.
Research studies now show that Acupuncture may enhance the immune system response.
Even if you already feel healthy, getting regular TCM Acupuncture sessions does help to regulate your Energy System (Meridian Pathways, Wei-Qi Energy).
To book your Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture appointment
please call the clinic @ 905.338.3257
Lana Marconi is a Registered Acupuncturist.
Most Health Insurance Companies offer coverage for Registered Acupuncturists.