Coleman McMurphy L.Ac. Specializing in Traditional Japanese Acupuncture, Master Tung's Acupuncture, and Chinese Herbalism
Operating as usual
We are currently experiencing peak spring allergy conditions in DFW and I am certain many of you could use some help. Even if you aren't coming to the clinic in person for acupuncture, I am still able to make formulas either to be shipped to you or picked up at the clinic. Chinese herbal formulas are my primary tool for treatment of allergy symptoms and I strongly recommend you begin taking herbs if you are suffering with allergy symptoms, as you want to do everything you can to optimize the immune response of the body during this crucial time period. Please contact me via email or text me at 512-970-6084 if you want help!
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Bupleurum based formulas are by far the most commonly prescribed for all viral issues. I’d highly recommend you have some on hand.
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I want to thank everyone who came to the clinic in 2019 as well as those who have come in years past! It was a great year for me, serving the community and doing the work I love. Thank you and have a happy and safe New Year!!!!
2020 here we come! ❤️❤️
I will be out of town starting June 28th and will be back in the office seeing patients July 10th. If you need anything please send me an email and I will get back to you within 1 day.
This is a shocking study given the sheer number of people on anticholinergics, which includes some antidepressants.
cnn.com There was nearly a 50% increased odds of dementia among adults aged 55 and older in the UK who took a strong anticholinergic medication daily for at least three years, according to a new study.
As I move into my 15th year of full time clinical practice, I am more confident than ever of what Chinese Medicine can and cannot do. On a weekly basis, I field health issues in which other modalities, Western medicine included, have failed to produce results. Conservatively, 70% of my new patients have tried several other avenues for their conditions before seeking out acupuncture and Chinese herbal remedies. Often, my practice represents a “last ditch attempt” to get some relief. Even under these circumstances, acupuncture and/or herbal medicine should start working within 3-5 visits, which if scheduled optimally is within one weeks time. This is a startling reality which I am increasingly accustomed to, and the reason I feel this medicine should be utilized as a primary, first line of defense modality rather than a last ditch attempt or “complimentary/alternative” one.
The most recent clinical example being a case of severe acute vertigo lasting for 2 weeks. After one visit the symptoms were mostly resolved, and the entire course of treatments will likely not exceed 3 visits. This is primary care and should be regarded as such.
It’s my sincere hope that Chinese Medicine take its rightful place in the sphere of medicine as opposed to the direction it seems to headed, where it’s seen as just another day spa service or someone’s last hope for relief.
If anyone would like to bring their elephant by the clinic, I’d be more than happy to give it a treatment.
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I will be working Dec. 20,21,27, and 28
If you need herbs or acupuncture over the holidays please feel free to reach out!
Struggling to sleep? Here's ten simple tips from Chinese Medicine to enjoy better quality sleep:
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In Chinese medicine there are 5 elements: earth, wind, fire, metal, and water. Which type are you?
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Oriental Medicine addresses dysfunction by increasing vitality and bringing balance to the organs and energy of the body. By adjusting the body towards balance with acupuncture needles and herbs, we can affect a great many diseases in a positive way, and quite often the results are profound.
My clients and I have repeatedly witnessed the healing power of acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. Basically, acupuncture just works. Obviously most people are now aware of acupuncture treatment for things like pain and stress, but it can be powerfully effective for serious illnesses. Often, the mysterious illnesses that western treatment has a difficult time classifying are effectively managed with Oriental Medicine. For most of the people I see, acupuncture brings relief from their symptoms and in many cases brings about a full resolution.
Oriental Medicine is an invaluable tool on the path towards true vitality. Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine trigger the body to change, and with that change a greater sense of ease and happiness becomes present.
Coleman McMurphy, owner of the Morningside Clinic, is licensed by the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners as an acupuncturist and has obtained the highest certification possible, Master of Oriental Medicine. He received his masters from the Academy of Oriental Medicine in Austin.
Spinal Adjustments • Massage Therapy • Wellness Care • Pediatric Chiropractic Care • Physiotherapy • Rehabilitation• Nutritional Counseling • Acupuncture • Massage Therapy • Dry Needling • Fascial Stretch Therapy
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