Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis Presents…
Waylon Lewis chats with his acupuncturist Andrew Maloney about Dry Needling, Placebo effect, and the tradition of Acupuncture (plus cupping, massage, e-stim with acupuncture, and herbs) re healing body and stress/depression. Also, does it hurt?
“We’re helping the body heal itself & getting our bodies out of their own way.” ~ Andrew Maloney
What Acupuncture is Good for:
“I don’t believe it’s necessary to create a lot of pain to create a lot of healing.” ~ Andrew Maloney
“The human body is an amazing thing. But there are points where our bodies do too much or overreact and that’s a great example for when Chinese Medicine can step in.” ~ Andrew Maloney
From Andrew Maloney’s site:
Andrew Maloney is a certified and licensed practitioner of Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, holding a Master’s Degree in Oriental Medicine (MSOM) from Southwest Acupuncture College. Previous to his certification, he completed five years of internship studies in Taiwan under the supervision of Dr. You Mao Ling, Dr Chen Jun Liang and Dr. Yang Shu Ling, during which time he gained deeper insights into the uses of Chinese herbal medicine and herbal concentrates. He also lectured for two years on Chinese Herbal Medicine at Seven Bowls School of Nutrition.
In 2003 Andrew founded Jade Mountain Health, a clinic that promotes health through individually tailored treatment and pro-active education. His goal is to utilize his skills in a partnership with his patients that will enable them to improve their quality of life and enhance overall well-being.
In more than twelve years practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine, Andrew Maloney has established a reputation as a successful healer for both chronic and acute conditions, and for guiding his patients towards long-term health transformations.
Outside his practice, Andrew enjoys mountain biking, skiing, snowboarding, reading, and attempting to write. He loves his time with his three girls (his wife, and two daughters) with which he goes on most of his adventures involving safer speeds and less testosterone. He also serves on the board of The Catamounts Theatre Company.
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