Ms. Denise Thunderhawk L.Ac.

Licensed Acupuncturist
Denise Thunderhawk

Licensed: Yes

License: Tennessee #230

Expiration: 03/2019

Credentials: License

Institution:

Denise Thunderhawk, L.Ac., Dipl. Ac., is Licensed in Chinese medicine. Denise earned her Master of Science in Oriental Medicine (MSOM) upon completing over three thousand hours of didactic and clinical study of Oriental Medicine. She has a personal background in Psychology, philosophy, and herbal medicine of over twenty-five years. She has researched and written extensively on various modes of holistic medicines. She edited and published Pharmacopoeia, a monthly alternative medicine newsletter, from 1997 to 2005. She is the author of three self-published books: A Bump in the Road (2007, retired); Rescue on White Thunder (2012); and her first nonfiction book, The 5-Element Guide to Healing with Whole Foods, now available at Lulu Press, Inc., at http://www.lulu.com.

Books Denise has Published

The 5-Element Guide to Healing with Whole Foods

Discover Your Unique Nutritional Needs Using Ancient Medicine in Modern Life

In these pages are the nutritional secrets of an ancient practice for eating in harmony known as Chinese food cures. Readers will explore individual constitutional typing with some fun and informative tests! Find your dominant element (Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, Water) and what that means nutritionally for YOU. In this book, you will: • Discover your individual nutritional needs based on your unique constitution via a proven, ancient therapeutic model. • Gain a deeper understanding of your unique

Articles Denise has Published
Summer – The Fire Element According to Traditional
Summer – The Fire Element According to Traditional Chinese Medicine

Excerpted from The 5-Element Guide to Healing with Whole Foods: Discover Your Unique Nutritional Needs Using Ancient Medicine in Modern Life (Lulu Press, Inc., 2016) By Denise Thunderhawk, L.Ac. Fire is »

Excerpted from The 5-Element Guide to Healing with Whole Foods: Discover Your Unique Nutritional Needs Using Ancient Medicine in Modern Life (Lulu Press, Inc., 2016) By Denise Thunderhawk, L.Ac. Fire is the element of summer, the most Yang season. It is during this time when it is best to apply the principle of Yang: expansion, growth, lightness, and (outdoor) activity. It's a good time to rise early..

Ms. Denise Thunderhawk · May 12th, 2017

Ms. Denise Thunderhawk · May 12th, 2017

The Treatment of PTSD and Generalized Anxiety Disorders
The Treatment of PTSD and Generalized Anxiety Disorders in TCM

INSOMNIA? VIVID/VIOLENT DREAMS? SCARED BY LOUD NOISES? FEEL ISOLATED? HAVE IRRATIONAL FEARS, ANXIETY, & HEART PALPITATIONS THAT WON'T GO AWAY? In Traditional Chinese Medicine, PTSD and generalized »

INSOMNIA? VIVID/VIOLENT DREAMS? SCARED BY LOUD NOISES? FEEL ISOLATED? HAVE IRRATIONAL FEARS, ANXIETY, & HEART PALPITATIONS THAT WON'T GO AWAY? In Traditional Chinese Medicine, PTSD and generalized anxiety disorders (GAD) are understood as disorders of the Shen, or consciousness/spirit. TCM views PTSD/GAD as energetic organ dysfunctions, not as a physical brain dysfunction, as in the West. TCM theory..

Ms. Denise Thunderhawk · August 14th, 2016

Ms. Denise Thunderhawk · August 14th, 2016

Soothing the Troubled Mind/Heart: Understanding Psycho-emotional Disturbances in
Soothing the Troubled Mind/Heart: Understanding Psycho-emotional Disturbances in Chinese Medicine

Mental Illness: Soothing the Troubled Mind/Heart Understanding psycho-emotional disturbances and treatment protocols according to classical Chinese Medicine Revised from: Pharmacopoeia, Volume 5 · Issue »

Mental Illness: Soothing the Troubled Mind/Heart Understanding psycho-emotional disturbances and treatment protocols according to classical Chinese Medicine Revised from: Pharmacopoeia, Volume 5 · Issue 2 January/February 2005 Schizophrenia is a common mental illness afflicting more than two million American adults . (Approximately 60-80% of institutionalized patients have it.) Commonly confused with..

Ms. Denise Thunderhawk · August 14th, 2016

Ms. Denise Thunderhawk · August 14th, 2016

Good Skin Doesn’t Come From a Jar
Good Skin Doesn’t Come From a Jar

"You've got great skin! What moisturizer do you use?" "You do not look your age at all. What do you use?" These are common questions people often ask me. In America, good skin is seen only as a result »

"You've got great skin! What moisturizer do you use?" "You do not look your age at all. What do you use?" These are common questions people often ask me. In America, good skin is seen only as a result of a skincare regimen that is solely external, when in fact healthy skin (free of acne/carbuncles, wrinkles, fine lines, etc.) is actually about 10% external and about 90% internal. Skin is the largest..

Ms. Denise Thunderhawk · May 31st, 2016

Ms. Denise Thunderhawk · May 31st, 2016