You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.
Posted on 05-18-2011
Original Post Date: March 23, 2010
My most recent news release distributed earlier this month.
Dr. Cynthia Seaman, Chicago's leading chiropractor, and chiropractic authority, has recently completed post graduate studies of advanced chiropractic acupuncture protocols for specific conditions. Dr. Seaman has been performing acupuncture, the ancient traditional Chinese medical treatment, for twenty-three years in her Northwest side Chicago practice.
Chicago, IL, March 09, 2010 --(PR.com)--
Chicago's leading chiropractor, and chiropractic authority, Dr. Cynthia Seaman has this year completed studies of advanced chiropractic acupuncture protocols for specific conditions. Dr. Seaman is an alumna of both Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, and the National University of Health Sciences, (formerly National College of Chiropractic), in the Chicago, Illinois area; the doctor has incorporated acupuncture in her Northwest side practice, Seaman Chiropractic Center, since the office was established in 1987. She is already renowned as an expert chiropractor; Dr. Seaman's participation in the post graduate level course, offered online by University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic, to update her skills, allows her to offer more treatment options to all her patients in her Chicago family chiropractic practice.
Twenty-five years ago the only people who knew anything about acupuncture as a medical treatment for a variety of conditions were Asians, some Americans, like retired professional football QB Jim McMahon of the Chicago Bears, and Willie Gault former NFL wide receiver along with several of their team members.
It was 1986 during Superbowl XX in New Orleans when the controversy surrounding this Eastern medical procedure arose. Reports had circulated McMahon was receiving the ancient Chinese traditional medical treatment from a Japanese acupuncturist who attended the national Olympic team in Japan. The system based on meridians, acupoints or acupuncture points on the body and the flow or blockage of energy, was found to be so effective McMahon requested the team bring the therapist to the site of the Superbowl in New Orleans that year.
Dr. Seaman says, "According to traditional Chinese medicine, life energy, the source of good health, called chi, flows along these meridians. The associated pain or disease is believed to be the result of a blockage or a deficiency or excess flow of energy."
To be continued ....
|Monday||9:30 am-12:30pm||3:30 pm-7:00pm|
|9:30 am-12:30pm||Closed||09:30am-12:30pm||closed||9:30 am-12:30pm||closed||Closed|
|3:30 pm-7:00pm||Closed||3:30 pm-7:00pm||3:30-7:00pm||Closed||closed||Closed|