11 April

Acupuncture for hand and wrist pain

As higher quality research is able to demonstrate acupuncture’s efficacy, it continues to gain traction in the medical community as an effective tool for pain management. There is now strong evidence to support acupuncture as a first phase of care for low back pain , knee pain, headaches, postoperative pain, and more. At All and […]

27 March

Help for psoriasis?

Psoriasis is a common chronic inflammatory condition of the skin. Most often it manifests as round, red scales, sometimes with silvery plaques, and typically occurs on the scalp, extensor surfaces of the elbows and knees, the sacrum, buttocks, and nails. It can be itchy and painful and concerning for cosmetic reasons. What’s going on with […]

4 March

Gua Sha Therapy at All and One Acupuncture

Boynn McIntire has recently completed a comprehensive Gua sha certification course with the leading national Gua sha expert and researcher Arya Nielsen. This course combined 58 hours of didactic and hands on practical training that went above and beyond current Gua sha training provided at the graduate and doctoral level acupuncture education. This certification has […]

25 February

Speed up your Shoulder Recovery with Acupuncture

Your arm connects to your torso through the shoulder, a complex structure comprising of four joints and many different soft tissue components. The shoulder allows for the wide range of motion possible for the arm through the coordination of these four joints and multiple muscles. The shoulder joint itself, known as the glenohumeral joint, is […]

12 February

Acupuncture for Rib Injuries

If you’ve ever been unfortunate enough to break or bruise a rib – then you know painful it can be to breathe. You know you can’t laugh, and you dread the sensation of an oncoming sneeze or cough. Rolling over in bed, bending over to put on your shoes, twisting your torso—all of this becomes […]

1 February

About Gua Sha

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Gua sha is an important healing technique of traditional East Asian medicine, sometimes called “coining, spooning or scraping.” The purpose of Gua sha is to stroke over a lubricated part of the body and bring up sha, or petechiae, which appear as little red dots that represent the extravasation of blood to the subcutis. Gua […]

16 January

Acupuncture for Elbow Pain

Tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow are repetitive stress injuries and are the most common cause of elbow pain. Inflammation and microtears form with overuse of the soft tissues around the elbow. Pain often radiates through the forearm; the wrist and shoulder can feel weak. A golfing injury, too much heavy lifting at work, even repetitive […]

3 December

Acupuncture for Low Back Pain

Low back pain is incredibly common. According to the National Institute of Health, about 80% of Americans will experience low back pain at some point in their lives. While many people experience low back pain acutely or subacutely – that means for a few days to under 3 months – about 20% of people with […]

7 November

Regenerate, Relax, and Replenish with our healing Herbal Foot Soaks

Our herbal foot soaks are recommended for pain anywhere in the body, menstrual disorders, and for supporting healthy circulation. They are made from literally the best quality Tibetan herbs to stimulate deep regeneration for the whole body. These herbs are wildcrafted and sourced directly, and they are enriched with Tibetan salts to assist with the […]

30 October

Acupuncture for Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of foot pain affecting athletes and non-athletes alike. Runners are more likely to experience plantar fasciitis, but it can develop simply from overuse from walking or standing on hard surfaces. When it exists without other structural pathology, plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the plantar fascia which supports […]