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Tips in Traditional Chinese Medicine Views of Epidemics, Cold & Flu

February 12th, 2020

In light of the concerns of the Conrona virus and the common but dangerous flu this winter I think it is useful to take a quick view of Traditional Chinese Medicine in the light of it’s long history dealing with these health concerns. Chinese classics of medicine and medical records have tremendous references to epidemic […]

Maximize Positivity This Winter!

December 23rd, 2019

Fortunately (you will understand why I say this later), this cold fall season has turned quickly into something colder and winter-ier. As this happens take a little mental note right now. What emotions do you notice around this topic? I’m not talking about the potential feelings of having family events soon for the holidays. I’m […]

The Largest Acupuncture Study You Have Never Heard Of.

December 7th, 2018

Have you ever had someone ask if acupuncture has any scientific and clinic basis beyond it’s long history of use? Despite the easy act of looking in PubMed (a major respected resource for scientific studies) for Acupuncture related articles and over 7,000 hits coming up, there are large Meta-Analysis (Vickers et al. Arch Intern Med. […]

How the time flies! Centered Studios reaches 3 years old. Wellness and yoga studio venture with EIH had another Bday~

April 24th, 2018

The joint venture of Centered Studios came together when Mitch’s wife, Amy, discussed her dream to opening a yoga studio in her neighborhood partnered with Mitch’s desire to have an acupuncture practice closer to home and in his neighborhood. They opened Centered Studios 3 years ago in Rogers Park in April and have since provided […]