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Anna Dolopo is an incredible healing practitioner as well as a wonderful person.  She has helped me keep my mind straight and focused while healing my achy sore muscles and balancing my energy.  She has an incredible energy, and is filled with a love for her work and her love for helping people.  I would reccomend her to anyone I know.

ADHD and Children

July 16th, 2011



Treating Children with ADHD the Natural Way

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has become the most common diagnosis given to children in the United States. The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) suggests that 10% of boys and 5% of girls in grade school suffer from the disorder. Production of the stimulant methylphenidate (Ritalin) increased seven times from 1991 to 1998. Meanwhile, the drug is being given to younger and younger children. Data from some States indicate that between 1991 and 1995, prescriptions of stimulants for children under the age of 5 increased by 78% for boys and 107% for girls (Donovan DM, 2000). This pattern of early drug treatment leads many Americans to concern the side effect of the drugs to young children. Many people have started to ask for alternative approach to ADHD.

The first step towards an effective alternative for ADHD is to understand that ADHD is a so-called only-in-America phenomenon. With 5% of the world population, the United States consumes 90% of its Ritalin. In most other countries the problem is handled very differently. For example, the Chinese believe that some of the symptoms from ADHD are a good description of the way preschool children often behave. The behavior can be changed at the age of six or seven when they go to school. For those children with difficulties to change behavior in school, more tests for ADHD are performed. Allergy desensitization and Chinese herbal medicine are often the first choice for ADHD children because of the safe nature of the therapies. Food elimination as well as allergy desensitization therapy has shown remarkable results towards ADHD (Nambudripad DS, 1999; Cutler E, 2003). Meanwhile, there have been numerous clinical trials using Chinese herbs alone to help ADHD children. Most of the trials reported encouraging results.

Allergy Desensitization

There have been enormous clinical data suggested that a percentage of ADD/ADHD cases is related to food and environmental allergies. Because of the environmental toxins, many ADHD children also have compromised immune system. Possible autoimmune response against their nervous system and neurotransmitters has been detected using special electrodermal technique. Food and environmental allergies as well as immune response to nutrients such as vitamins and amino acids result in malfunction of the nervous system and deficiency of neurotransmitters. Revolutionary BioSET technique, including detoxification of neurotoxins, food allergy management, Enzyme therapy and allergy desensitization technique, has been used and shown remarkable results in helping ADHD (Cutler E, 2003). BioSET and other similar techniques dealing with toxins and immune system are always used in the early stage of the treatment. Once the immune system is more stabilized, other supporting therapies such as Chinese herbal medicine and nutritional supplement will be more successful to build up the deficiency of the body.

Chinese Herbal Medicine

According to the theory of traditional Chinese medicine, ADHD is caused by the deficiency of Kidney Yin energy. Chinese herbal formulas with Yin energy tonic herbs are often used. Commonly used herbs include Rehmannia root, Anemarrhena root, Phellodendron bark, Polygala root, Acori graminei root and Dioscorea opposita. Zhang and colleagues (1987) treated 326 children from the age of 4 to 16 with a Chinese herbal formula, Jing Ling Extract. Herbal extract was given to the children twice a day for 3 months. They reported that 31.9% case was cured (disappearance of all clinical symptoms, significant improvement in school records, negative coordinate movement test, and no recurrence for 6 months). Including improved cases, the effectiveness rates were 94.8 percent. Zhang (1989) also tested a similar formula, Jing Ling Pill, in a separate open trial with 557 children (454 male and 103 female) from the age of 4 to 16. The pills were given twice a day for up to 6 months. They found 144 cases (25.8%) were cured and the effectiveness rates were 92.8 percent.

In another randomly assigned open trial, Zhang and Huang (1990) compared a Chinese herbal formula (80 subjects) with methylphenidates 5-15 mg b.i.d. (20 subjects) for 1 to 3 months. Twenty-three of 80 herbal formula cases were cured (disappearance of all clinical symptoms and no recurrence for 6 months) compared with 6 of 20 taking methylphenidate. Including improved cases, the effectiveness rates were 86 percent versus 90 percent, respectively. Although the groups did not differ in the effectiveness rates, lower side effects and greater IQ rise in the herbal group were observed.

Wang and colleagues (1995) found an effectiveness rate of 94 percent, including reduction of hyperactivity, improved attention, and improved academics from the herbal Tiaoshen Liquor. Sun and colleagues (1994) did another open trial in 66 hyperkinetic children with another herbal formula, Yizhi syrup. They reported an effectiveness rate of 85 percent, including significant improvement in behavior, school records, and soft neurological signs.

Chinese herbs are commonly used in a formula, rarely used as a single herb, to increase the therapeutic effects of the herb and reduce side effects. No systematic research data using single herbs for ADHD could be found, but the above trials with herbal formula are very encouraging and worth large controlled trials in this country.


Acupuncture has become a complementary therapy for ADHD children. With laser acupuncture Loo (1998), in unpublished preliminary pre-post single-blind data from students in grades K to 3, found improvements in Conners 10-item scores by teachers (n=7) from 17.0 to 12.0 and in analogous parent scores (n=6) from 23.1 to 15.5.

Ear acupuncture has also shown promising results for ADHD. Auricular acupuncture originated in China thousands of years ago. The complete microsystem and somatotopic maps have developed over the recent 50 years. The ear may be used alone or in combination with body acupuncture to solve medical illnesses through the stimulation of points with needles, electricity, laser, or other devices. Since the ear points can be successfully stimulated with non-invasive devices, it works well with children. Dr. Neil Sonenklar (personal communications) of Virginia Commonwealth University placed acupuncture beads on an active point on the child’s ear. Seven children participated in the study. The bead was massaged for 30 seconds three times daily and the parents charted the child’s behavior. Results from three of the seven participants showed significant improvement and a forth was observed as improving behavior although the chart did not indicate the change.

Although no published systematic data in acupuncture for ADHD could be found, above listed and other recent clinical research on auricular acupuncture for ADHD has shown promising results (Soliman N. 1999). More clinical studies on auricular acupuncture are needed in the future. As matter of fact, NIH has funded at least one study on laser acupuncture treatment for ADHD since 1993. More specific study, Dr. Sonenklar says, would likely use different points on each child rather than the same point as was done.

Based on clinical research, BioSET technique, Chinese herbs and acupuncture can be used as an alternative therapy to treat ADHD. A comprehensive program including BioSET, Chinese herbs, auricular acupuncture and nutritional supplementation such as amino acid therapy may likely serve as a primary treatment for mild ADHD cases and as an adjunct therapy for severe cases to possibly lower the dosage of medication needed and reduce the side effects.


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Autoimmune Diseases

July 16th, 2011
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July 2011
Anna Dolopo, M.T.O.M., L.Ac.
Elements in Harmony Acupuncture & Chinese Herbs
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Treating Autoimmune Diseases with Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine


Autoimmune diseases are a group of disorders in which the immune system attacks the body and destroys or alters tissues. There are more than eighty serious chronic illnesses in this category including rheumatoid arthritis, type 1 diabetes, lupus, thyroid disease, inflammatory bowel disease, Addison’s disease, pernicious anemia, celiac disease, multiple sclerosis, myasthenia gravis and Guillain–Barré syndrome. According to the American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association (AARDA) twenty percent of the population suffers from autoimmune disorders. Each disease appears uncommon on an individual basis but, as a group, the disorders make up the fourth-largest cause of disability among women.

Due to the complexity of treating autoimmune disorders, integrative medicine solutions including acupuncture and Oriental medicine have received much attention as successful therapies in their treatment particularly for use in providing pain relief, regulating the immune system, managing symptoms and improving overall quality of life.

What Causes Autoimmune Disease?

Under normal conditions, an immune response cannot be triggered against the cells of one’s own body. In certain cases, however, immune cells make a mistake and attack the very cells that they are meant to protect. This can lead to a variety of autoimmune diseases which encompass a broad category of over 100 diseases in which the person’s immune system attacks his or her own tissue.

The exact mechanisms causing these changes are not completely understood, but bacteria, viruses, toxins, and some drugs may play a role in triggering an autoimmune process in someone who already has a genetic (inherited) predisposition to develop such a disorder. It is theorized that the inflammation initiated by these agents, toxic or infectious, somehow provokes in the body a “sensitization” (autoimmune reaction) in the involved tissues.

As the disease develops vague symptoms start to appear, such as joint and muscle pain, general muscle weakness, possible rashes or low-grade fever, trouble concentrating, or weight loss. The following symptoms may point toward something being wrong: numbness and tingling in hands and feet, dry eyes, hair loss, shortness of breath, heart palpitations, or repeated miscarriages can also be caused by an autoimmune response.

How Acupuncture Treats Autoimmune Disorders

According to Oriental medicine, autoimmune disorders occur when there is imbalance within the body. Imbalance can come from an excess or deficiency of yin and yang that disrupts the flow of Qi, or vital energy, through the body. Acupuncture is used to help the body restore balance, treating the root of the disorder, while specifically addressing the symptoms that are unique to each individual.

Clinical research has shown that acupuncture causes physical responses in nerve cells, the pituitary gland, and parts of the brain. These responses can cause the body to release proteins, hormones, and brain chemicals that control a number of body functions. It is proposed that, by these actions, acupuncture affects blood pressure, body temperature and the immune system.

In addition to acupuncture, your treatment program to manage your autoimmune disorder may involve a combination of therapies including stress reducing exercises, moderate physical activity, herbal medicine and nutritional support.

Learn more about how acupuncture and Oriental medicine can be safely and effectively incorporated into treating autoimmune disorders, call for a consultation today!

Acupuncture for Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disorder that can affect many different joints and, in some people, other parts of the body as well, including the blood, the lungs, and the heart. Inflammation of the joint lining, called the synovium, can cause pain, stiffness, swelling, warmth, and redness. The affected joint may also lose its shape, resulting in loss of normal movement. Rheumatoid arthritis can last a long time and can be a disease of flares (active symptoms) and remissions (few to no symptoms).

According to Oriental medical theory, arthritis arises when the cyclical flow of Qi in the meridians becomes blocked. This blockage is called, “bi” type pain and is widely studied and successfully treated using a combination of acupuncture and/or Chinese herbs.

Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine have been found to be extremely effective at treating the pain and inflammation associated with all types of arthritis. The acupuncture points and herbs that are used depend on if the blockage of Qi (arthritis) is caused by the pathogen wind, cold, damp or damp-heat.

Call today to learn how acupuncture and Oriental medicine can be incorporated into your treatment plan for rheumatoid arthritis!


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Headaches: Successful treatment

July 5th, 2011
A patient has been seeing me for acupuncture treatments since the beginning of July.  She has received 11 treatments for a constant headache that she has suffered from for over the past 1.5 years.  We are already at 75% improvement.  This patient began with 3 treatments a week and now she is down to treatments twice a week.
I am a Dr. Tan Balance Method practitioner.  I DO NOT place needles in the area of pain.  Traditional Chinese Medicine is a style of acupuncture that typically places the needles in the area of pain.  I studied TCM from 1994-1998 and I practiced TCM from 1999-2006.  Since 2006, I have been a Balance Method practitioner 99.9999% of the time because my patients and I observe immediate and LONG-TERM results.  I DID NOT receive these types of results with TCM.  If you’d like to know more about Balance Method, which is based on Classical Chinese Medicine, you can check out my teacher’s website:  Dr. Tan’s style surpasses TCM hands down whether it’s for musculo-skeletal or internal diseases.  If I was wrong, I would never have switched over from TCM after 7 years of practicing that method.
I ask ALL of my patients to give acupuncture with me 6-10 treatments BEFORE we actually start to see results.  I do this because everyone heals at a different pace.  Some people heal faster than others.   To see that this patient has already achieved 75% improvement by the 11th treatment is awesome AND it is typical in my clinic, Elements in Harmony Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs.   My prognosis:  with continual treatment at this same pace, this patient should be at 100% improvement within another 11 treatments, if not, at least, 90% improvement.
It is extremely important to understand that this patient was working as a screen writer in Hollywood until she realized that her chronic headaches, anxiety and other health issues were severely affecting her quality of life, thus her creativity.
Besides her headaches improving, her anxiety is significantly less, she is much happier, she laughs more often (whereas before she rarely laughed), she is more centered, she doesn’t feel like laying down all of the time since she has much more energy and she feels excited to get back to work.
This is the nature of my work day in and day out. This is what I do for a living.  I help people regain their lives.  I don’t focus on getting people in through my doors to stay FOREVER.  Don’t get me wrong, many of them do continue coming in for “tune-up” treatments (what I call the 5,000 mile tune-up) and there are those who may never actually graduate from their pain due to the lifestyles that they carry and they don’t get treated by me according to my desired protocol to get them to actually graduate or my experience is still limited to prevent them from healing completely; however, for the most part, when a patient suffering from a DIS-EASE, I make it clear to my patients how many times a week, for how long and if a specific Chinese herbal formula will help them significantly reduce or GRADUATE them for their ailments.
I am a results-oriented practitioner and the mini-case story above is a perfect example of how I achieve results in my practice.
Below is a great story.  The style that these short-term trained practitioners use is based on TCM, primarily regarding ear acupuncture.  I still use ear acupuncture in conjunction to my own practice about 90% of the time.  It’s very wonderful to see how acupuncture is helping our military.

US Army and Battlefield Acupuncture

Posted on: Tuesday, 1 April 2008, 09:30 CDT

A medical procedure dating back thousands of years was introduced to patients and medical staff for one week in March at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center (LRMC). The hospital, located near Ramstein Air Base, Germany, is the largest and most modern US military medical facility outside the United States.

A limited form of acupuncture, called battlefield acupuncture, was introduced to LRMC doctors who applied the procedure to war- wounded service members and local patients for pain relief, and often with significant results.

Major (Dr.) Conner Nguyen was exposed to acupuncture as both a patient and physician and was equally impressed in both roles. As a patient, Major Nguyen experienced 25 percent increased range of motion and a 50 percent reduction in pain for chronic shoulders and upper back pain he endured for several years.

As a pain physician specialist at LRMC, Major Nguyen recruited his most challenging patients with whom traditional pain treatment offered limited relief. Within minutes of the short golden studs inserted on their ears, many said they enjoyed a pain reduction of up to 75 percent.

A reduction of 25 percent would be considered a success with traditional pain medications, Major Nguyen said. In one case, a patient broke into tears when the severe pain he had been suffering from for more than a year subsided within moments.

When the military acupuncturists who introduced battlefield acupuncture return to conduct the follow-up certification training required to practice ancient form of medicine, Major Nguyen will be among the list of LRMC physicians desiring to add acupuncture as another tool in their medical kit.

“It allows a provider like me to confidently complete a treatment and expect a good result within minutes,” Major Nguyen said. Other advantages he noted are virtually no significant complications, patients are subjected to little or no discomfort, and immediate results that can be “quite spectacular sometimes.”

Major Nguyen received his interim hands-on training during the weeklong visit by Col. (Dr.) Stephen Burns and Col. (Dr.) Richard Niemtzow, two of the 40 Department of Defense doctors trained as a licensed acupuncturist.

Colonel Niemtzow developed and named the battlefield acupuncture technique in 2001. It is a radical departure from classical Chinese, French and German ear acupuncture. He said he realized its possible military value and the events of the World Trade Center influenced him to name it battlefield acupuncture.

As an Air Force acupuncturist, Colonel Niemtzow has trained hundreds of his military counterparts. Battlefield acupuncture focuses on locations on the ear that he said have been known for hundreds of years as effective areas for pain control. The ear is also practical because it can be readily accessed whether on the battlefield or in a hospital bed.

Acupuncture can also be a practical means for treating pain in the military, he said, in instances such as a Soldier who develops a migraine headache at the onset of a mission. Where pain medication could cloud the mind and compromise the mission, acupuncture could offer long-lasting relief within minutes.

Introducing acupuncture to doctors trained in traditional Western medicine often meets with raised eyebrows, but the reception is warming.

“In the beginning, many people were skeptical, but after seeing it demonstrated on patients and the benefits achieved — especially in the area of pain — the majority of physicians embraced it and learned how to use it in their practice as an adjunctive therapy,” said Colonel Niemtzow, who is the consultant for alternative and complimentary medicine to the Air Force surgeon general.

The ancient form of medicine was readily received at LRMC, said Col. (Dr.) Stephen Princiotta, the deputy commander for clinical services here.

“The doctors who saw it in action and heard about it have been very excited about the opportunity to add acupuncture as an adjunctive therapy to what we already have been able to accomplish with western medicine,” Colonel Princiotta said.

One LRMC doctor previously trained under Colonel Niemtzow as well as well attending the Helms Medical Institute at the University of California in Los Angeles for an additional 300 hours of acupuncture training. Maj. (Dr.) Teri Simpson is an anesthesiologist by trade, but uses acupuncture one day a week at the LRMC pain clinic with great success.

“I love it,” Major Simpson said. “It can be life-changing when the patient responds immediately and looks at you like you’re a magician.”

Major Simpson said she tells them she doesn’t completely understand how it works but is always happy to see a patient break into a smile who was in misery only minutes before.

In addition to using the small studs that resemble a small pierced earring, Major Simpson uses the longer needles more commonly associated with acupuncture. The frequency of application and the duration of relief vary with each patient, but treatment can progress from about two times a week to as little as once a month or longer. In some cases, further acupuncture treatment may not be required.

Acupuncture doesn’t work for all of her patients; however. About 15 percent do not respond to acupuncture, Major Simpson said, but of the patients that do, their pain reduction often averages about 75 percent.

One of those patients was Army Spc. Bradley Phillips, an Army scout whose back pain while deployed to Iraq increased to the point where he required treatment at LRMC. Specialist Phillips, a 21 year old with the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment out of Fort Hood, Texas, had successfully received acupuncture treatment before by an Army medic and enthusiastically agreed to for the opportunity to be a part of the battle acupuncture program.

Specialist Phillips said he preferred acupuncture because it allowed him to avoid taking pain medications and their side effects. As Major Simpson applied two studs in his left ear and five in his right, as well as a few probes into his lower back with a longer needle, Specialist Phillips’ pain slowly eased away.

“While I’m just standing here I feel a lot better,” he said. In addition, the young Soldier edged the closest he’d been to touching his toes in six months.

For Senior Airman Jillian Sandbothe, traditional pain medication could never ease the headaches and upper back pain resulting from whiplash caused by a rear-end collision last April.

“It was amazing,” she said of her initial acupuncture treatment that provided total relief from her headache. “I couldn’t believe it the first time it happened. I could almost function like a normal person again.”

Studs used for battlefield acupuncture barely penetrate the skin and fall out in about three days. When that occurred, her headaches returned and Airman Sandbothe arrived at the LRMC pain clinic for follow-up treatment. As before, the pain diminished as Simpson plied her acupuncture craft.

“I don’t know how it works and I don’t really care as long it keeps working,” said Airman Sandbothe, who is assigned to the 52nd Component Maintenance Squadron at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany.

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Headaches: Testimonial

July 5th, 2011
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For over 10 years, I would suffer 3 to 4 days every week with a severe headache.  The chiropractor would adjust my neck every week but a day or two later I’d be back in the same shape.  The only pain killer that seemed to help was Excedrin Migraine.  In addition to the bottle I had at home, I kept a bottle in my car, a bottle in my purse and one in my desk drawer at work.  At age 30, most days I felt like I was 60 years old.

In early 2010, I relocated to Southern California from the midwest and I found a very good chiropractor.  He gave me advice on the best methods for alleviating my issues.  However, no matter what I tried, I was still in his office, in pain, every week.  I could have gone 3 times a week at some points, but it was not something I could financially justify since it obviously was not “working”.  The relief was only temporary and I wanted more than a band-aid fix.

In a discussion with my chiropractor about my complete frustration, he suggested I try acupuncture again.  I had tried traditional acupuncture before but was not impressed with the results.  It seemed to help a little bit but nothing notable (other than the electricity they put through the needles was something my body could not handle).  I scoured the web and found Anna.  The amount of information she provided on her website and in her youtube videos was astounding.  I read over the information very carefully and understood that if I wanted this treatment to work, I would have to devote a lot of time to her.

I called the number for her office one morning and was amazed.  She answered the phone and discussed my history, my concerns and set me up for my first appointment within that first conversation.  January 5th 2011 was my first appointment and the day my life changed forever.  Little by little, treatment by treatment, the pain came less frequently.  My chiropractor noticed that my body held the adjustments longer and the number of vertebra out of place was getting less and less.  It’s been 6 months since my first visit and I’ve had almost 60 treatments.  I’ve gone over a month without a headache.  My chiropractor hasn’t seen me in over 6 weeks because I don’t feel like I need to go.  The pain I used to feel is almost like a distant memory.  Anna’s acupuncture has done amazing things for my body and her wisdom that she has shared has done amazing things for my mind.  She truly is a healer.

- Jeanna

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“If I could give more than five stars I would.
Anna is an exceptional and skilled acupuncturist. I last saw Anna for back
problems, which I know is from the epidural I received from my C-section. I
couldn’t lay flat without painful back spasms. She used an intense treatment
and did what she could in one treatment; I have twin infants, so I don’t have
much time to get away. After the treatment my back was still a little sore as
she told me would be the possibility; HOWEVER, that night I was able to sleep
on my back, which was something I could not do since the babies were
born. It was the greatest feeling to not have to be propped up.
What also makes Anna special is she truly cares for her patients. She has
always taken the extra time (when she can) to listen. I’ve never felt rushed
with her. She is so easy to talk to. She makes you feel like a friend whom you
haven’t seen for years.
Anna is a master of her trade and I definitely recommend her.”


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