Hi, and wow, can you believe it’s November? [if you missed it – check out our tips for a healthy autumn here]

Here at Anatomy Acupuncture we’ve been pretty busy the last couple of months.  We just returned from another trip to Boston for the Sports Medicine Acupuncture Certification program and it, as usual, was exciting, inspiring and exhausting all at once (while we love the learning, we’re excited to have the month of December off from East Coast travel!).   This most recent trip was focused on the anatomy of the neck and upper extremity – we also spent two days going over bodywork protocols for upper extremity injuries like frozen shoulder, carpal tunnel, tennis elbow and more!  We got to see the intricacies of the brachial plexus, the inner workings of the shoulder joint and we got to re-examine how interdependent and amazing the body is.  

Upper extremity: Henry Gray (1821–1865). Anatomy of the Human Body. 1918.

Upper extremity: Henry Gray (1821–1865). Anatomy of the Human Body. 1918.

That brings me to some more exciting news – soon you will notice some changes around the Anatomy Acupuncture clinic.  We’re getting ready to reorganize and create a new space to do posture analysis and show stretches and therapeutic exercises.  This is another part of the advanced training I’ve been doing in Boston and I can’t wait to bring to you and help you get even better results from your treatments! 

As we finish up this year and start the next there will be a few more exciting changes here, so check in often and stay in the loop via facebook and twitter – you won’t want to miss it!