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East-West Liver & Systemic Detoxification Program

February 5th, 2017 (No Comments)

“?I can’t begin to explain how wonderful I feel after completing the Liver Detox Program with Dr. Maureen Rozenn. I’ve been on a long journey trying to become a healthier person and really felt I’d come a long way – but I actually didn’t realize how crappy I was still feeling until I started to feel so much better!! The program is so simple and Dr. Rozenn tailors it to each patient’s specific needs. The actual plan requires a 3 week commitment and includes a weekly acupuncture with Dr. Rozenn…I’ve never experienced something like this before and, for me, it has resulted in some significant lifestyle changes. To be honest, I finished my 3 weeks but have now modified it so that I can continue following it for a few more. I highly, highly, recommend Dr. Rozenn and Endless Possibilities Acupuncture.” Deborah N.–Scotts Valley”

January is Thyroid Awareness Month! Treating Thyroid & Adrenal Issues with Functional Medicine

January 13th, 2017 (No Comments)

What is functional medicine? This question always makes me laugh. It implies that those who do not profess to practice “functional medicine” by default, practice “dysfunctional medicine”. But that little joke aside, Functional Medicine refers to a way of incorporating sophisticated Western diagnostics with natural therapeutics such as Western herbs, diet and nutritional supplementation. Functional […]

Community Acupuncture-Points to Consider

November 22nd, 2016 (No Comments)

“Prior to being under Dr. Rozenn’s care, I had only been to community acupuncture. I now liken that to getting a chair massage in the mall, and then realizing how life-changing a full-on spa massage is! The way she gets to the root of the problem and then continues to delve on each visit until […]

MOvember-The Power of the MO

November 8th, 2016 (No Comments)

While October was Breast Cancer awareness month, in November (MOvember) we turn our attention to Men’s Health. A “mo” is a term for a mustache. Movember is a Men’s Health Awareness Movement in the US highlighting Prostate Health, Testicular Cancer, and Mental Health. One platform, Prostate Health is an issue that does not get a […]

New! Cupping Available at Endless Possibilities Acupuncture

September 19th, 2016 (No Comments)

One of the advantages of our new office at Plaza de la Cruz is the space to have a complete cupping station. In order to provide cupping to patients, a practitioner needs space for to properly sanitize and store cups. Many people have seen pictures of cup marks, but the process and applications of cupping […]

Is Your Food Poison or Medicine? The Modern Answer to an Age-Old Question

August 14th, 2016 (No Comments)

“What is food to one person may be bitter poison to others.” This expression originated in the first century C.E. Even the ancient Romans knew that the same meal may be nourishing to one person and detrimental to another.  But, how do you know what is your food, and what is your poison? Further, what […]

Menopause—A Natural Life Transition

July 24th, 2016 (No Comments)

I was asked three times this week by my patients if I work with women going through menopause. Almost everyone knows someone between the ages of 42-55 who is going through “the change”. Since I have extensive post graduate training in Women’s Health, and I do a lot of fertility work, it makes sense that I would also help […]

Finding the Right Practitioner-Understanding Acupuncture Licensure & Scope of Practice

May 3rd, 2016 (No Comments)

I received an email from someone in our community last week that really impressed me. She was accurate in her assessment and precise in her question: “What makes your practice so different than most licensed acupuncturists?” I’m sure many people have the same basic questions about education, licensing etc., so I posted her email and […]

Tests Your Western Doctor May Not Offer

May 1st, 2016 (No Comments)

In the ever evolving world of evidenced-based medicine, you want a doctor who keeps up on the latest diagnostics! Unfortunately, it takes time for medical schools to incorporate scientific breakthroughs and avenues of exploration into their curriculum, leaving it up to your doctor to stay informed and up to date in their medical practice. Therefore, […]

April is IBS Awareness Month!

April 7th, 2016 (No Comments)

Do you have abdominal pain, indigestion, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, gas, nausea and fatigue?  You are not alone! Digestive problems are incredibly common.  Unfortunately, many people suffering from these symptoms: 1.   Don’t realize how many of their friends, family and co-workers struggle with the same problems 2.   Feel alone, helpless and embarrassed 3.   Don’t know that Oriental […]

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