lada komarova is an acupuncturist practicing in New York, NY. Dr. komarova evaluates and treats patients based on the concepts of oriental medicine. Acupuncturists complete their evaluations by getting a patient history and looking at and touching the body. Then, they place very fine acupuncture needles into specific points on the body. Stimulating these points and nerves is how Dr. komarova treats the patients condition. Many of the bodys systems respond to acupuncture, and it can treat physical pain as well as emotional stress.
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Yes, it does. READ MORE
It can raise blood pressure and it can lower it. Many patients come to treat hypertension. READ MORE
Yes, in fact it is very effective READ MORE
It depends, you need to discuss it with your acupuncturist READ MORE
Yes it can READ MORE
Acupressure mats are rather safe, unless you have any skin problems. They increase circulation in the area and may help with the pain. Of course, it depends on the level of your back problem. READ MORE
Acupuncture doesn't really hurt, but there are areas on the body that are more sensitive than others, it also depends on the style of acupuncture and the quality of needles. You should tell your acupuncturist that you are sensitive to needles and looking for a gentle way of treatment READ MORE
Yes, acupuncture helps with knee pain, and one month of pain is not chronic yet, chronic is more than 6 months, it's better to start as soon as possible READ MORE
Acupuncture helps with relieving knee pain, and the point/needle protocol depends on your diagnosis and the style of acupuncture, the insertions can be distal on the limbs, abdomen, head, or local on the knee. READ MORE
In your case it should be acupuncture and herbal formulas READ MORE
Yes, if done on a regular basis READ MORE
The idea of acupuncture to detect the imbalances and restore the body's balance, when it happens the body heal itself, no matter what condition it is, but it depends on the level of the condition. READ MORE
Yes READ MORE
No it doesn't, try acupuncture instead READ MORE
Yes, it can improve your condition dramatically READ MORE
Acupuncture can treat cold, even without alongside medications READ MORE
Yes, your with acupuncture more than one condition can be addressed, of course it depends on your diagnosis from the point of view on oriental medicine... READ MORE
It depends on the condition, basically acupuncture is not contraindicated at all, but there are certain points that are contraindicated in certain conditions... especially in the first trimester of pregnancy. READ MORE
There are certain points that are contraindicated during pregnancy, acupuncture itself is not contraindicated, in fact it help with morning sickness and nausea READ MORE
Acupuncture and herbs can treat hypertension READ MORE
Acupuncture can be very helpful, since it regulates blood circulation and breaks stagnation in the muscles in your case. READ MORE
This can’t be true, we use disposable needles, and I doubt that someone will risk the license and status, or you can ask this question an acupuncturist who will treat you. READ MORE
Once a month is not enough, I suggest to take a course of 10-12 treatments once or twice a week, then take a break READ MORE
Whenever, find a specialist and discuss your options first, it may take a while READ MORE
If you feel a sensation like distinction, it’s normal. Actually, it means that the energy is moving. READ MORE
Not enough, if you want to get rid of the problem, go for a course of 10-12 sessions once or twice a week READ MORE
Yes, acupuncture and herbs, both can tonify blood and regulate circulation READ MORE
Not necessarily, you may feel energized, depends on the purpose of the treatment READ MORE
No it’s not harmful, however you should tell your acupuncturist that you’re on blood thinners READ MORE
Chronic means that that the problem lasts more than 6 months. Yes, you can try acupuncture and find out the cause of your problems, once it’s discovered, the result can be successful READ MORE
Acupuncture is very effective for pain management. There is a strong theory behind it but it's hard to explain it in a few sentences. The reason of the pain according to Oriental Medicine can be due to deficiency in circulation, excess, pathogenic heat or cold, blood stasis, which is most probably your case, and many more. By manipulating needles in affected meridians these dysfunctions can be removed, and healing will occur. The sooner you start the better. There are many different needles techniques. I personally practice Balance Method, it is very effective. Good Luck! READ MORE
Don't eat right before the session, but also don't be hungry. If you take medications don't take them at least 3 hours before acupuncture. Prepare a list of your concerns, because a lot can be addressed by acupuncture. That's it Good Luck! READ MORE
Acupuncture is about creating a balance or homeostasis, when the balance is achieved, the body tends to restore itself, of course you need to be diagnosed by an experienced acupuncturist who will find out your pattern of imbalance if there is one. Good Luck! READ MORE
Yes, acupuncture is good for children. In China, children are treated by acupuncture since they are born. Find somebody who is experienced in treating children. READ MORE
Cupping is usually used for pain and stagnation as well as colds and cough. It improves circulation and removes blood stasis and phlegm, however, not everyone is a candidate for cupping, for a weak and deficient patient it can be draining and exhausting. READ MORE
Yes, acupuncture can help you to lose weight, as it works on your metabolism and suppresses appetite, as well as balances all your bodily functions, however, you should be diagnosed by an experienced acupuncturist who will determine your pattern of imbalance. Besides, it is a well-known fact that exercise is not enough for achieving weight loss. READ MORE
Absolutely yes! Acupuncture and herbs are a great solution for your problem. READ MORE
Acupuncture and herbs help in treating digestive issues. Since you've asked a general question and I don't know what issue you have, the best way is to be diagnosed by an experienced acupuncturist who will find out what is your pattern of imbalance and prescribe a proper treatment for you, Good Luck! READ MORE
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