Treatment Tidbits

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Kids and Trauma

There is an old proverb that says, “It takes a village to raise a child”. Although the exact origin of the proverb is unknown, its meaning is clear. It takes more than one person to teach a child about life. … read more

About Acupuncture

Why Use Kim Blaufuss, EAMP, Dipl Ac.

Kim Blaufuss, LAc is committed to your health and wellness. To prove it, Kim has gone the extra mile to ensure your experience is as pleasant and informative as possible. From the treatment rooms to the medical treatments, Kim focuses … read more

Office News

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Office News Spring 2014 – Year of the Horse

Finally, the rains have stopped and the sun has come out. The rivers are swollen and cresting their banks. Some of you may know that Woodland is located on Lewis River, and we are protected by levies. The rains have … read more

Theory

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Five Element Theory

In China’s cultural tradition nature played an important role in all aspects of their lives from art to medicine to daily living. Special attributes were assigned to different aspects in nature depicting their essence and defining their essential qualities. Nature … read more

Qi-Gong

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Music For Healing

Daoism is one of the cornerstones of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture. The philosophy of Daoism emphasizes the concept of living in harmony with oneself and the life around oneself.  Ancient Daoist believed that this harmony was a “music” which everything … read more

Legislation

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Washington Insurance Exchanges Open October 2013

The Affordable Healthcare Act continues to move forward and the various states are due to have their Insurance Exchanges open and available by the end of this year. The exchange for Washington is Washington Healthplanfinder. People living in Washington State … read more