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Treating Overstretched Ligaments & Tendons with Chinese Medicine: Part 2 by Tom Bisio

In Treating Overstretched Ligaments & Tendons with Chinese Medicine Part 1, we discussed the use of Liniments, Soaks, and Gao (Poultices) in treating these kinds of injuries. Continuing our multi-modality approach to treatment, this article looks at the use moxibustion to stimulate healing and dietary factors that can enhance or inhibit tissue healing.

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