Acupuncture Reduces Prostate Surgery Side Effects

Prostate surgery is a successful treatment for prostate cancer but has many side effects that can impact quality of life.

Acupuncture is a safe a natural treatment for frequent urination, sexual function, as well as hot flashes that can occur after surgery.

Acupuncture Improves Frequent Urination after Prostate Surgery

Acupuncture has shown to reduce incontinence, frequent urination, and sexual dysfunction associated with prostate surgery.

To illustrate acupuncture treatment I will share a case study I published in Medical Acupuncture.

My patient was a 62-year-old man who had radical prostatectomy for a prostate cancer.  He reported frequent urination, nocturia, and … Read More

Acupuncture for Overactive Bladder

Overactive bladder is a syndrome characterized by the frequent, strong, and sudden urge to urinate. The syndrome can seriously disrupt your life by interrupting your work and make you avoid social situations.

Acupuncture and Chinese medicine can help.  Acupuncture and Chinese medicine has been treating syndromes of frequent urination for over 2000 years as well as modern clinical success.

How Acupuncture Treats Overactive Bladder

Acupuncture helps reduce the symptoms of overactive bladder by relaxing the nerves and muscles associated with the bladder.  Overactive bladder may be caused from bladder spasm creating the sudden need to urinate or a sudden feeling … Read More

Overactive Bladder Help with Acupuncture

Overactive Bladder TreatmentAcupuncture can help treat overactive bladder. Research has shown that acupuncture is helpful for overactive bladder. With a history of over 2000 years, it may be one of the first treatments for OAB.

Overactive bladder from the Western and Eastern Viewpoints

The precise cause of overactive bladder is often unknown. Like many other syndromes, the search for the single cause is often impossible as the condition arises from a complex interaction of causes. For overactive bladder, the name throws us off because it suggests that the bladder alone is responsible and is somehow hyperactive. The syndrome probably involved many of … Read More