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Acupuncture Helps Whiplash Injuries A

t Winterhaven Health Center, Dr. Conlee has used acupuncture for the treatment of whip-

lash injuries very successfully for many years. Acu- puncture reduces muscle spasms and pain, al- lowing patients to enter the rehabilitation stage quickly and reduces the need for medication. Dr. Conlee also performs spinal adjustments as needed as well as other physiotheraputic modalities. In a

recent study, one group of patients with whiplash was treated with medication, physiotherapy and acupuncture and a second group was treated with medication and physiotherapy. The first group healed more quickly than the second. Dr. Conlee has treated the University of Arizona’s Men’s and Women’s

Ultimate Frisbee Teams and the University of Arizona Wildcat Rugby Team using acupuncture. Athletes experience much less pain and a faster recov- ery using acupuncture in conjunction with other modalities. Injuries that are treated with great success include strained or pulled muscles such as ham- strings, calf, shoulder, back and neck strains; sprained ligaments in the knees, hips, ankles, feet, shoulders, elbows, wrists and even ribs and collarbone.

For more information about acupuncture, whiplash and sport injuries, contact Dr. Conlee at 520-322-6161 or visit See ad on page 13.

and 5K Fun Walk/Run. The Oro Valley Hospital and the Northern Pima County Chamber of Commerce are this year’s Title Sponsors. There will be healthy activities for the entire family, a healthy pet area, obstacle courses for the kids, interactive stage activities and healthy food from Canyon Del Oro High School Culinary School. The 5K is not a race; walk or run at your own pace. Celebrity guests will lead us in activi- ties for a healthy lifestyle.

Healthiest Town in America Expo M

ake 2011 your healthiest year ever with the 3rd an- nual at the Healthiest Town in America Health Expo

Join us on Saturday, March 5th, 9am-1pm at Steam Pump Village parking lot, 11155 North Oracle Road, Oro Valley. Visit for more information. See ad on back cover.

cars lining Paseo del Norte, over 150 clients, friends and family, neighbors, and members of local busi- nesses were welcomed with free demonstrations, samples of healthy refreshments and meal ideas, and demonstrations of leading edge technology in holistic health care. The 12 practitioners at NLHO are committed to continuing education on the health issues plaguing our communities today. Each practitioner is a leader in his or her field, utilizing cutting edge information, techniques, and testing to ensure the patient or client is receiving comprehensive care.

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There are two suites remaining. To join this dynamic group of practitioners, contact Anna Burchard at 520-603-0852 to schedule an appointment.

6 Tucson

practice spotlight

Tucson Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs

Chinese Herbs (TACH) offers herb- al consultations for various condi- tions, with or with- out acupuncture treatment. TACH’s herbal room is pre- pared to take on a wide variety of medi- cal challenges. No herbal formulas are sold without an individual consultation. TACH carries more than 400 species of medicinals purchased from reputable American companies carrying a Certifi- cate of Analysis, as required by the FDA since July 2010. TACH also dispenses herbal formulas prescribed by other practitioners. Chinese medicine does not treat

T Nobi Pyle

aturday, February 5th celebrated the Grand Opening of Natural Life Holistic Oasis. With

conditions, such as allergies; rather, Chi- nese medicine treats people who have allergies. Each individual’s condition, etiology, pathology and constitution are taken into account when creating a treatment strategy. Treatment at TACH is highly in- dividual- ized: each p a t i e n t receives a unique acupunc- ture treat- m e n t , unique herbal formula and unique follow-up instructions. Acupuncture may be followed by bodywork, herbal liniment, or Kinesiotaping.

Nobi Pyle has practiced Oriental Medi- cine since 1996. She is nationally certi- fied in acupuncture, Chinese herbs and Asian bodywork. Reach her at Tucson Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs, 3958 E. Fort Lowell Road, 520- 577-2960, or

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