Articles & Podcasts By Dr. Trahan | Licensed Acupuncturist In NYC
2 Chinese Medicine: Solving Women’s Problems
(The Jewish Post of New York)
At 30, she was struck by the miseries of tinnitus. Five doctors told her she was going deaf, but Donna Raskin was determined to save her hearing. I would have done anything to make the noise go away. It was like a tornado roaring between my ears. I didn’t understand where it came from, and I could not figure out how to make it stop… It had all started about eight weeks ago. I’d always been deaf in my right ear, but perfect hearing in my left had made up for the loss. Oh, sure, if I slept on my left side, a train could run next to my bed and I wouldn’t hear it. Other than that, however, I’d never felt like I was missing much – except stereo. Then one afternoon, while I was talking with a coworker, a noise exploded in my left ear. My hearing had disappeared, and in its place was this terrifying cacophony. I shook my head, hitting my ear as if water had seeped in. Then, growing a little frantic, I tried to pop my ears by yawning. No luck. I went home, hoping a nap and some aspirin would help. It didn’t. A week passed and the roar was still with me. Read More>
3 I Couldn’t Escape The Noise
(Country Living’s: Healthy Living)
Treating Body and Mind Through the Spleen by Christopher Trahan, O.M.D., L.Ac.
The Epoch Times August 19, 2014
Enhancing Women’s Health with Integrative Medicine by Christopher Trahan, O.M.D., L.Ac.
The Epoch Times May 25, 2014
Roots & Needles, Healing in China Today by Christopher Trahan, O.M.D., L.Ac.
The Journal of Psychical Research Foundation 1987
My Search for Eastern Medicine by Christopher Trahan, O.M.D., L.Ac.
Women’s Health & Oriental Medicine by Christopher Trahan, O.M.D., L.Ac.
Holistic Natural Therapies: Treating and Preventing Disease by Christopher Trahan, O.M.D., L.Ac.
January 13, 2016 Interview with Bruce Hurwitz, thevoiceofmanhattanbusiness.com. via MCC