(upbeat music) – Hey guys, I’m Dr. Andy. Today we’re going to cover the biopsychosocial model of pain. The biopsychosocial model of pain is our current most advanced model that we use to describe pain that we experience all right? So it has three components. It has the the bio,… Continue Reading Why Do We Experience Pain Differently? – Your Burlington NC Chiropractor

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With so many different options of Gua Sha tools, how do you know which one to choose? No fear! In this video, I’m going to explain to you exactly which one you should be using, and how to find the perfect one for you. Stay tuned! So when you’re choosing… Continue Reading Gua Sha Tools – Plastic vs Jade vs Stone – Which one should you choose?

about to go get cupped for the first time for students took awhile to get the angle for this camera to work but look at that beard look at that beard almost haha wow for those of you who don’t know cupping is when they gonna take a jar or… Continue Reading Chinese FIRE Cupping – with Results

Cupping is an ancient medical tradition that’s been used for thousands of years and it involves the use of a glass or a plastic cup and we make a vacuum inside the cup and place it on the skin and then subsequently the skin gets drawn up into the cup… Continue Reading The Ancient Art of Cupping Modernized by the Olympics

The Illusion: This is The Illusion, reporting from somewhere on Spaceship Earth. I’m in the terra cruiser, Pasadena, California. Jammed up my neck surfing, saw stars. And I got recommended to come out here to Pasadena to see an acupuncturist. It sounds great if you’re not afraid of needles. I… Continue Reading THE ILLUSION – ACUPUNCTURE AND CUPPING (new show) EPISODE 2 OF 5

Our school was setup in 1999. The purpose of our school is to improve Canadian peoples health and we also want to promote Chinese culture And we want more people to be able to promote Chinese culture and share this kind of natural health benefits We live in the west… Continue Reading Oshio College of Acupuncture and Herbology