Recommendations and Useful Links

Recommended Articles to Read
Acupuncturist participates in the acupuncture point protocol for joint pain, a side effect caused by taking aromatase inhibitors (tamoxifen, aromasin, arimidex, etc.) post breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. See JAMA July 2018 for more information on the study which showed that women who received acupuncture (this protocol) had less joint pain after six weeks.


Useful Links

Two Dog Yoga—Excellent yoga teachers and classes including gentle yoga for beginners.

Puget Sound Consumers Co-op—PCC is a great grocery store to find organic, healthy food and supplements. Also a great choice for classes on nutrition and cooking.

Bastyr University —A great choice for classes on nutrition, naturopathy, craniosacral classes, acupuncture classes, and classes on essential oils, flower essences, and ayurvedic medicine classes.

Mayo Clinic—Excellent site for information on medical conditions, treatment modalities recommended by the Mayo Clinic.

Washington East Asian Medicine Association—Information for practitioners and patients about acupuncture, and research articles covering many different topics.

National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine — Frequently asked questions about acupuncture and resources.–Society for Acupuncture Research If you’d like to learn more about acupuncture and the research being done in the field. –Acupuncture articles, resources and lots of general information. –Informational site dedicated to sustainable farming, and educates consumers on food related issues.  By the way, have you seen Food, Inc. or The Future of Food (DVD’s) or have you read Michael Pollan’s books.  Check them out! –these folks are passionate about food and eating well.  Great site! –Great site related to chemicals in the environment and health effects. –Excellent program that assists in your self discovery and evolution of self. –Excellent program that assists in your self discovery, evolution of self and spirit. –Donate small amounts of money to assist in micro-loans to entrepreneurs around the developing world.–Similar to Kiva only you can follow the results your microloan had on individuals.