Presentation on theme: "Herbert K.Y.Lau, Ph.D.,L.Ac Credentials Ph.D. in Analytical /Clinical Chemistry. Master Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Med. Diplomate in Chinese Medicine."— Presentation transcript:
Herbert K.Y.Lau, Ph.D.,L.Ac Credentials Ph.D. in Analytical /Clinical Chemistry. Master Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Med. Diplomate in Chinese Medicine by NCCAOM NY Licensed Acupuncturist Formerly: Clinical Chemist and Dept. Head at Sister Hospital 13 y. Technical Director of Quest Diagnostic Laboratory 3 Y. Clinical Instructor at UB Med. Tech. Dept 3year VP western NY section of Acupuncture Society of NY Consultant to Horizon Clinics.
2 7 Secrets to Looking and Feeling Younger It’s all about being Healthy and Fit
7 secrets to looking and feeling younger 1.Weight management 2.Eat and drink only what is healthy for your body 3.Avoid unnecessary drugs 4.Move (physical exercise) 5.Stress reduction 6.Get enough sleep 7.Mental exercise 18
Oriental Medicine, a growing profession and an Ancient Art for Today’s Health Care World
20 Twenty five million Americans use Acupuncture. It is a rapidly growing profession. Famous people such as Bill Cosby, Goldie Hawn, Sandra Bullock, Lily Tomlin, and sports figures such as Carl Lewis, Charles Barkley and John Lynch seek Acupuncture care to prevent injuries and stay in top physical shape.
21 Oriental Medicine serves more than 2 billion people worldwide. SOURCE: “Introduction to Traditional Chinese Medicine- Historical Roots,” The Chinese Medicine Sampler.com, www.chinesemedicinesampler.com/Oriental_Medicine_Intro.html.
SUNY, NY State Education Department Many conditions may respond to acupuncture, including those related to: Neurological system Musculo-skeletal Respiratory system Gynecologic System Digestive System Genito-urinary system Acupuncture may also help with Acute and chronic pain Maintaining emotional balance Stress reduction and detoxification
23 According to the National Institutes of Health, there are few, if any, negative side effects from Acupuncture treatments. SOURCE: National Institutes of Health, NIH News Release, “NIH Panel Issues Consensus Statement on Acupuncture.”
Beneficial Side Effects Patients reported that most of the time they: Feel better (76%) Miss fewer work days (71%) Get along better with others (69%) Have less pain (64%) Have more energy (58%) Are more focused (58%) Can work better (64%) Claire Cassidy, “Health Visions 2000”
25 Acupuncture has been proven to help with weight loss as shown in this graph. SOURCE: Acupuncture and obesity. Kuruvilla, A. C.; Med Acup 2003, Vol. 14(2) p.32-33
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