I enjoy the tidbits of healing advice I hear as we converse during the treatment sessions. Yesterday, we were talking about how far I had come since I first began treatments with him.
Fortunately, he has also added acupuncture to his practice. Fungal (yeast) infections can tear down and damage parts of the body that need the kind of help that acupuncture can accomplish. I learned more about the healing aspects of acupuncture from the protocol I used with the book, “Conquering Yeast Infections.” Here is a quote from the book, “Acupuncture can help CRC (Candida Related Complex) patients with their overall healing, food cravings, pain and severe itching by stimulating the immune system. When acupuncture is used in conjunction with traditional treatment, recovery time is quicker than without acupuncture.” [Personal note — I did not have severe itching but I did have sweet food cravings and pain]. I had been looking for a practitioner that I could trust so was glad when I learned that Dr. T trained and began using it in treatments. I told him yesterday how grateful I was.
I liked what he said,
The body has the ability to heal itself — I help it along.
Some people don’t like the idea of having needles stuck in them for the procedure. Fortunately, Dr. T can accommodate people who don’t like this with a non-needle procedure that still stimulates acupuncture points on the body.
I also know that he is doing great work with my back which contributes to my overall health. Last year when I went in to have my bone density checked (which is just fine), the technician remarked, “You have a beautiful spine!” he added, “Everything is so beautifully spaced.”