June 1 Newsletter

Dear Pacific College E-Zine Subscriber,
We are excited to launch our new and improved e-zine publication! With a fresh look and feel, keep up-to-date on the latest industry news and Pacific College events and happenings.
Twice a month the e-zine will be sent right to your inbox, free of charge. Early in the month, look forward to holistic health articles, academic advice, Pacific College events, and a small dose of
Chinese wisdom. Mid-month you can expect industry news in
addition to quick healthy living tips.
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Pacific College of Oriental Medicine
Acupuncture for Asthma

Asthma, a chronic disease of the lungs, affects an estimated 300 million people around the world.  Although it is considered a treatable disease with proper medication, it still claims over 3,000 deaths each year in the U.S. alone. It is also one of the most common diseases for which patients turn to alternative therapies such as acupuncture for treatment and relief. 

The key to the efficacy of acupuncture is that it directly affects the flow of qi, the energy that resides in the body.  In traditional Chinese medicine, the blockage of qi leads to diseases, disorders, and illnesses. READ MORE
Deep Tissue Massage for Plantar Fasciitis

Deep tissue massage can be used to help treat multiple sports-related injuries. One such injury, commonly found in runners, is plantar fasciitis.

There is a thick connective tissue that runs the entire length of the bottom of the human foot. It starts on the five toes and extends to the bottom of the heel. This tissue is known as the plantar fascia. While running, runners land on the heel of the foot and then raise themselves on the toes before shifting the weight to the other foot. This causes the plantar fascia to come under strain, and when the strain becomes too much, the plantar fascia is likely to tear. READ MORE
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