Expert North Carolina Acupuncturist Says Acupuncture Is A Powerful Way To Help Manage Diabetes Symptoms

Holistic health care providers and seasoned acupuncturists Advanced Healthcare Solutions Explain their holistic strategy to help patients suffering from type 2 diabetes life a healthier, happier, and more active lifestyle.

Raleigh’s favorite acupuncture and holistic health center, Advanced Healthcare Solutions, published a new blog post entitled “Diabetes Management & How Acupuncture Can Help.” In the post, they reveal an easy-to-maintain health strategy– a combination of acupuncture, Chinese herbs, healthy eating, and exercise–that can help diabetes patients manage their symptoms simply and naturally.

Director of Clinical Services Marc Cutler says, “With over 18 million Americans suffering from diabetes, chances are you or somebody you know has been faced with the challenge of managing this unfortunate disease. Though prevention is always the best medicine, diabetes is a lifelong condition that no pills, treatments, or regimens can cure. Western medicine has devoted a vast amount of research to diabetes management, but many people throughout the world rely also on natural medicine to reduce their dependency on harsh pharmaceuticals and improve their overall quality of life. Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine are two of the most powerful ways to manage the symptoms of diabetes and regain physical, mental, and emotional balance in life.

Marc Cutler, D.O.M (NM), Dipl. Ac., L.Ac, has over 25 years of experience helping patients on their path to wellness. As the former president of the North Carolina Acupuncture Association and professor at the Southwest Acupuncture College in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Marc has worked to advance the field and give the best-possible care to his many patients. Having worked with renowned doctors such as Dr. Li-Chun Huang, Dr. Jishun Hao, and Dr. Richard Tan, Marc has a rigorous level of expertise in auricular medicine and scalp acupuncture for neurological diseases, with additional specialization in post-stroke recovery, infertility, sports therapies, pain reduction, immune deficiency illnesses, sleeping disorders, digestive problems, and more.

The entire article can be found HERE.

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