with Chinese Medicine

Valerie Schwankl
March-April 2017 • Vol 3, No 91

With winter being the longest season of the year out here in Montana, colds have been circulating with full force. As a practitioner of Chinese medicine, I am always striving to educate others on how valuable acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine can be throughout the year, especially during seasonal transitions.

As winter begins to retreat and spring approaches, it’s never too early to start preparing for allergy season with the help of acupuncture and Chinese herbs. Whether your goal is to alleviate symptoms, restore balance after an illness, or good old fashion prevention, Chinese medicine can be tailored to meet your body’s specific needs alongside your wellness goals.

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