My Weekly Note (seventh) Dr. Wenchuan Huang The medical profession is a very envious career for other people, yet also a very dangerous career. Doctors witness with people birth/ aging / sick / death, people are experiencing pain, meanwhile doctors also need to deal with it over and over! After all, professional doctors, then think […]

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  Here are two expectional cases which were recently treated by me, the first one I was moved by the patient’s motivation as he drove five hours up to Auckland from a small town, he gets to stay here for two weeks at when he takes six treatments about his tearing of long tendon of […]

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With the computer getting popularized, more and more people start to feel something wrong with their necks somehow, it happens to those who works in the office doing the computer mainly, together with people who have neck injuries or bad sitting postures. Anatomically, cervical part of spine is vital important and yet fragile at the […]

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In the forcoming articles, I will illustrate the functions’ areas of our brain,so that you can briefly know where it happens the dysfunction in the brain. My point is to let you know chinese medicine can help with some of brain damage. As some of you might know there are three areas in cerebral cortex […]

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Some common clinical terms about muscle’s problems Quadriceps and hamstring strains also called quad and hamstrings pulls, these conditions involves tearing of these muscles or their tendons, happen mainly in athletes who do not warm up and then fully extend their hip or knee quickly and forcefully; not painful at first, but pain intensifies within […]

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Shoulder joint Shoulder joint is the most flexible joint in the body, but pays the price of instability, several muscles cross each shoulder joint to insert on the humerus. All muscles acting on the humerus originate from the pectoral girdle; however two of these- the latissimus dorsi (back muscle)and pectoralis major-primarily originate on the axial […]

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Cervical spondylopathy Last post I popularized three out of six types of cervical spondylopathy, this time I will try to explain the rest three, so you can have an entire image of this disease. Cervical spondylotic myelopathy: this type is caused by the pressure induced from spinal stenosis due to bulged cervical intervertebral discs, hyperostosis […]

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Insomnia Insomnia is a term when we want to describe the circumstances when people have problems with sleep or staying asleep, or having non-refreshing feeling of sleep for more than one month. Depending on the different causes, it can be divided into two types: primary and secondary. Primary type is categrized of those that is […]

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Recently,I realised that several massage clients of mine suffer from similar head nerve pain, which goes on either side of the head, namely greater occipital nevers that could run as farward as the forehead. The pain which we call occipital neuralgia is always characterised as shooting or burning when it emerges due to muscle tension, […]

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Frequent Urination As some of you may know, frequent urination may be caused by urination tract infection(UTI), pyelonephritis which is due to inflammation of pelvis area in kidney anatomically, kidney stone or enlarged prostate gland etc. Western medicine treats those diseases by antibiotics most of the times, but for some cases, it does not work […]

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