Kathleen Russell Port is licensed to practice acupuncture and herbology by the state of California Acupuncture Board. She is also a diplomate in Chinese Herbology and Acupuncture (granted by the … Read More >>
April 3rd is National Tweed Day and also National Chocolate Mousse day (really). I have a great … Continue Reading…
Gung Hay Fat Choi! January 25th 2020 kicks off the Chinese New Year, which launches a new decade, a … Continue Reading…
You want to stay well through the Fall and Winter, yes? You might have caught the flu last season … Continue Reading…
Late Summer is a special and brief season between Summer and the Fall equinox, and is the … Continue Reading…
About the Medicine
Within Chinese cosmology, all creation is born from the marriage of Yin and Yang – the two polar principles: Earth and Heaven, winter and summer, night and day, cold and hot, wet and dry, inner and … Read More >>
Before any needling begins, you will describe your "health history" and why you are coming for acupuncture. Based on this information, I will arrive at a diagnosis and formulate a treatment plan. Your pulses will be taken; … Read More >>
The Dirty Dozen The Clean 15
Apples, peaches and nectarines topped EWG’s 2015 Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce list of the dirtiest, or most pesticide-contaminated, fruits … Read More >>
Does Acupuncture Hurt?
"Acupuncture” means to puncture the skin at a specific point (with a needle). Because acupuncture needles are quite thin, they are … Read More...
Glossary of Acupuncture
Why a glossary of Acupuncture Terminology? Because an acupuncturist commonly uses words in an uncommon way. This glossary is … Read More...