Author(s): MAO SHING NI
If you are one of the millions of arthritis sufferers who have exhausted the typical treatments and are interested in healing your arthritis naturally, you may benefit from the solutions offered by this book, which are supported by a 5,000-year-old evidence-based medical system. In Arthritis: Secrets of Natural Healing you will discover how to care for the health of your joints through the Chinese healing tradition - diet and nutrition, herbal therapy, body work, and self-care, along with acupressure and exercise therapy. You will also learn about the mind-body connection, how stress exacerbates pain and inflammation in your body, and natural ways to reduce your tension and inflammation. Ultimately, this book will help you by restoring your freedom to choose the way you want to live without being constrained by arthritis.
“Undergoing treatments with Dr Mao at the Tao of Wellness and following advise has led to a marked change in my physical vitality and general state of well-being” -Jim Carrey, Actor “Dr Mao Shing Ni, a gifted healer, marries ancient wisdom and modern common sense.” -James S. Gordon, M.D., Author of Unstuck
Dr. Mao Shing Ni is a doctor of Chinese medicine, bestselling author, and an authority in anti-aging medicine. He practices acupuncture, Chinese medicine, and nutrition with his associates at Tao of Wellness in Santa Monica and Newport Beach, California. He is the co-founder of Yo San University in Los Angeles, where he teaches acupuncture and Chinese medicine. He has lectured internationally and has been featured regularly on television and in the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times.
Jason Moskovitz is a Board Licensed Acupuncturist, a Certified Chinese Medical Nutritionist, and a Certified Instructor in several forms of the Ni family style of Tai Chi and Qi Gong. His areas of focus include women's health, infertility, elder care, and joint pain. As the resident practitioner at the newest Tao of Wellness branch clinic in Newport Beach, he teaches his patients how to embrace their ever-changing condition and all the ways in which the body can heal itself.