|Posted by Thomas Nerbas on May 6, 2018 at 3:40 PM|
As per the Government Organization Act, Schedule 7.1, acupuncture is a restricted activity. Performing acupuncture without appropriate authorization is a breach of the Government Organization Act. Many people do not realize the hours of education and training required to become a licensed acupuncturist; its not a weekend course. Education is the very cornerstone and foundation upon which a profession is...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Thomas Nerbas on January 12, 2018 at 10:10 AM|
Upon careful observation of the iceberg analogy shown above. A symptom (iceberg tip above the water) is a message that there is something wrong. The underlying disease process (iceberg hidden under the surface) is the root cause of disease.
A symptom and a disease are not the same thing. For example the symptom “infertility” can occur when a disease pattern causes a brea...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Thomas Nerbas on January 5, 2018 at 1:30 AM|
Classical Chinese acupuncture can yield strong and immediate results!
Dr. Thomas Nerbas employs the classical way to diagnose and treat patients using acupuncture, which typically achieves immediate results.
Do you experience immediate results after acupuncture needle insertion?
Classical Chinese acupuncture texts describe the effectiveness of an ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Thomas Nerbas on December 17, 2017 at 12:45 PM|
Guiding Needle Acupuncture offers effective solutions to help your body handle stress. Read on to learn what you can do to improve body function and manage stress proactively.
When the environment is hostile to the body due to physical, chemical, and emotional stress; the body naturally reacts with either fighting or escaping the hostile stresses. Fight or flight reactions stimulate the adrenal g...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Thomas Nerbas on December 16, 2017 at 7:05 PM|
Dr. Thomas Nerbas is a licensed acupuncturist educated in the inner tradition of Chinese medicine, routinely supporting women through all stages of pregnancy. During pregnancy certain acupuncture points are helpful, while certain acupuncture points are avoided. Some acupuncture points on the hands, trapezius, the lower leg, ankle, and low back are contraindicated during the majority of pregnancy. It’s importa...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Thomas Nerbas on December 8, 2017 at 12:15 PM|
The human body is absolutely miraculous, it has the ability to hold and release physical, chemical, emotional stress and trauma. Unresolved, unexpressed, stagnant, ignored, repressed, denied stress and trauma can be stored in the human physiology and when left untreated can eventually turn into disease.
When emotions are appropriately expressed through virtue, disease does not occur. Each organ, nervo...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Thomas Nerbas on December 6, 2017 at 11:45 AM|
STEP 1 | SYMPTOMATIC CARE
During this stage, Dr. Thomas Nerbas is concerned with alleviating the symptoms causing you to seek his care. Once your symptoms are relieved, you will move on to Step 2, Corrective Care.
Using a garden analogy, think of replenishing an overgrown garden. The first step in cultivating the space is to cut back excess growth and weeds. Your symptoms are very...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Thomas Nerbas on March 25, 2017 at 10:50 AM|
Aggressive energy (AE) is a condition that occurs when the vital energy of one or more organs or functions is polluted and becomes a destructive, attacking force when energetic and functional imbalance occurs. For example: when a pathologically overcontrolling "fight or flight" sympathetic nervous system response becomes dominant, it suppresses the parasympathetic nervous system "rest and digest” functi...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Thomas Nerbas on April 2, 2014 at 12:05 PM|
A large percentage of North America experiences pain, fatigue, excessive stress, toxic environmental conditions, nutrient deficient, chronic related lifestyle preventable diseases; Tung style acupuncture is perfectly situated to heal and prevent these pathologies. Most of the common issues Dr. Thomas Nerbas observes are long term duration chronic issues that are insidious in nature. Since 2009 Thomas has been e...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Thomas Nerbas on December 22, 2013 at 4:00 PM|
In addition to acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, cupping has been used for over 2,500 years by acupuncturists and therapists in many cultures including the Chinese, the Egyptians and Greeks. Cupping eventually spread to many countries of Europe and is now employed worldwide. Originally, animal horn was used for cupping, eventually bamboo cups were used and today, we use glass cups in a variety of ...Read Full Post »