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David Lee is a licensed acupuncturist who practices Four Constitutional Medicine using acupuncture, Chinese herbs, and dietary adjustment to treat musculo-skeletal, visceral, and circulatory diseases.

Dr. Lee’s Case Study #23: Cervical Herniated Discs

Patient: Female, age 51

Complaints: Cervical herniated discs at C5-T1 with nerve impingement causing radiculitis down the left shoulder, arm, and hand.  Much physical activity at home two months ago caused left side neck pain and nerve pain radiating down to left hand. The pain was so severe that it mimicked heart attack symptoms. MRI shows 3 minor

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Dr. Lee’s Case Study #22: Headaches & Cervical Arthritis

Patient: Female, age 54

Complaints: Constant, uninterrupted headache since 12 years ago. Most of the pain is in the occiput (back of the skull) and forehead. Forehead pain is more debilitating. She always wakes up in the mornings with headaches of increased intensity. Recent physical therapy relieved the headache from 7-8/10 down to 4-5/10 but it had

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Dr. Lee’s Case Studies #14 and #15

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Below are two successful patient cases with plantar fasciitis and hot flashes. The intention of sharing these cases is to increase awareness within the local community about the benefits of acupuncture.

Case #14: male, age 49, sales
Chief complaint: Plantar Fasciitis
Complaints: His bottom of right foot

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Dr. Lee’s Case Studies #12 and #13

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Below are two successful patient cases with neck stenosis, rheumatoid arthritis, and fibromyalgia. The intention of sharing these cases is to increase awareness within the local community about the benefits of acupuncture.

Case #12: female, age 58
Chief complaint: Cervical stenosis
Complaints: Cervical stenosis, a narrowing of

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Dr. Lee’s Case Studies #10 and #11

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Below are two successful patient cases with menopause symptoms. The intention of sharing these cases is to increase awareness within the local community about the benefits of acupuncture.

Case #10: female, age 52
Chief complaint: Hot flashes and night sweats
Complaints: Hot flashes and night sweats began two months ago due

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Dr. Lee’s Case Studies #8 and #9

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Below are two successful patient cases with osteoarthritis and foot pain. The intention of sharing these cases is to increase awareness within the local community about the benefits of acupuncture.

Case#8: female, age 84, retired
Complaint: Osteoarthritis. Aches and pains all over the body due osteoarthritis, especially in the

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Dr. Lee’s Case Studies #6 and #7

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Below are two successful patient cases with plantar fasciitis and knee/ankle pains. The intention of sharing these cases is to increase awareness within the local community about the benefits of acupuncture.

Case #6: Female, age 59, consultant

Chief complaint: Plantar fasciitis

Complaints: Constant tightness and soreness on balls and

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Dr. Lee’s Case Studies #3, #4, and #5

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Below are three patient cases, detailing pre-menopausal anxiety, postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, and chemotherapy side effects. The intention of sharing these cases is to increase awareness within the local community about the benefits of acupuncture.

 

Patient #3: Female, age 46, homemaker

Chief complaint: Pre-menopausal anxiety and migraine.

Complaints: The patient recently

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Shingles, Herpes

 

Patients notice significant improvement after 3 or 4 acupuncture visits. Continued treatment up to 1 or 2 months help full recovery and prevents recurrence.

Shingles is an opportunistic viral proliferation in a compromised body. The dormant herpes zoster virus attack the nerve endings because the weakened body cannot effectively keep the virus in check. Acupuncture relieves pain and inflammation

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Headaches, tension, migraine, cluster

 

The patient notices significant relief within 3 weeks,and total course of treatment is between 2-3 months.The goal is to reduce intensity, frequency, and duration.

A headache is any pain in the head, the discomfort of which can vary greatly. It may be dull or sharp, throbbing or constant, localized to a small area or engulfing the entire head. Some

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