” I came to see Mark Fields due to my restless leg syndrome since I was about 30 years old. Prior to acupuncture treatments, I tried sleeping pills and other vitamin supplements. With acupuncture treatments, I have gone from having severe(nightly) restless leg syndrome to where I have virtually no Restless Leg Syndrome symptoms, and almost all nights, I sleep through the night. This is the best relief I have had with restless leg syndrome. The acupuncture treatment was not... Read more »
“I came to see Mark Fields for the side effects of my chemotherapy. I did not try any other treatments prior to coming for Acupuncture care. My results with Mark Fields’ acupuncture treatments were: less nausea, less fatigue and helped me be less anxious. The acupuncture treatments were not painful to me. I feel that acupuncture is helping me to get through chemotherapy. Very appreciative!! ” ~ Monique
Chemotherapy – Side Effects was last modified: October 9th, 2019... Read more »
” The treatment was very helpful for my neck pain condition, the first good result I got right immediately after my first treatment session. Mr. Mark Fields is very attentive and experienced acupuncturist, he has more than 30 years of experience in Acupuncture which is very important for me. He is definitely the doctor I trust. Terri at reception desk is fantastic too, she is always very helpful and nice. The clinic is usually very busy, but she always could... Read more »
“I first met Dr. Fields of Accredited Acupuncture back in 1999, I had a herniated disc (L5 S1) and torn para spinals. Dr. Fields got me pain free & able to move (before visiting, I couldn’t bend to start a shower). Needless to say, I was overjoyed with the results.
I have also gone to Dr. Fields for treatment with allergies, migraines, and muscle stiffness. Fast forward to 2013 – I messed up my achilles tendon w/ plantar fasciitis to... Read more »
Patient’s Name: Linda, age 74
1) What were your complaint(s)?
Knee pain due to a Backers Cyst
2) How long did you have these complaints when you began acupuncture treatment?
3) What kind of treatment had you tried prior to coming for acupuncture care?... Read more »
None. My sister had to have a knee replacement as a result of a Bakers Cyst and I did not want to go through a knee operation with out trying
” After I awakened in the morning, my esophagus would not let me swallow. I cancelled breakfast plans and instead came in to see Mark Fields for acupuncture treatment. The therapy lasted roughly 30 minutes. Immediately after treatment, the esophagus functioned normally! I ate breakfast at a nearby restaurant. Acupuncture was not painful and I felt as if I had experienced a miracle cure!” – Mark, 83
Acid Reflux was last modified: February 21st, 2018 by adelyn
“My name is Flora, I am 68 years old and in April of 2016 I was diagnosed with Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer. I was not a candidate for the surgery because they found a spot on my liver. So I started Chemo every 2 weeks and am still doing chemo. Of course I had all the side effects, no appetite, indigestion, heartburn, nausea and neuropathy in my feet and hands. I also lost about 85 pounds. Then I started acupuncture and I... Read more »
” I am very grateful to Mark Fields for his help in treating my fibromyalgia. Honestly, I had very limited hope when I arrived in Mark’s office and met him and Terri for the first time. However, after only a few sessions, I began seeing improvement and after about 5 weeks, there was a significant dial-back in my symptoms of fatigue ( at times during the prior 6-9 months, it was crushing fatigue), tingling in my legs and feet, bloating,... Read more »
” My mother had knee pain, wasn’t able to walk for three weeks and was recommended to have surgery by her primary care physician. My friend highly recommended Dr. Fields to my mother; after her first treatment she was able to bend her knee and gain mobility. After her 4th treatment she has recovered and has no more pain. I became curious, but still hesitant to make an appointment as I’m horrified of needles. But after seeing my mother’s improvements... Read more »
” I’m a hairstylist over 10 years. My complaints are pain in back, shoulders, neck and carpal tunnel along with plantar fasciitis. I have been suffering with severe pain. One day my client, recommend me to go Dr. Mark Fields. He’s a wonderful, kind, sincere and skillfull acupuncturist. He care and listen to what I have to say about my pain, not like other doctors trying to brush me away saying it’s all in my head. Since this past months, I have... Read more »
Tag Archives: heart
The Shen Mind Connection
Traditional Chinese Medicine looks at things differently and while it may be a little confusing, there is usually some common ground that can be found upon examination and explanation. One such area is the idea of the mind. The mind in Traditional Chinese Medicine is commonly referred to as the shen.
Five Acupuncture Points for Summer
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Seven Ways Acupuncture Can Help Men’s Health
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Mental/Emotional Aspects of The Heart
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Physical Aspects of The Heart
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Heart Afire: The Fire Element
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Valentine’s Day, TCM and Heart Health
Every February men all over the world flock to the local flower shops and jewelry stores in search of the perfect bouquet or piece of jewelry to express their undying love to their significant other. Why? Nobody knows for certain, but there are at least a couple of theories.
One theory is a Catholic priest, Valentine, was imprisoned for helping
Nutrition for Heart Health OM Nutrition & Hypertension
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OM theory states the bitter flavor benefits the heart in moderation