Clinical Information For the Treatment Of Sarcoma
What Is Sarcoma?
Sarcoma - Basics
A sarcoma is a cancerous growth that begins in the connective and supportive soft tissues such as fat, tendons, muscle, fibrous tissues, blood vessels, synovial tissues and nerves. Soft tissue sarcomas generally appear as a lump, however; individuals may not feel pain or exhibit other symptoms. Risk factors for a sarcoma include exposure to radiation or certain chemicals, and inherited diseases such as Li-Fraumeni syndrome.
Below you will find alternative and natural treatment options including those from a Chinese Medicine perspective for Sarcomas.
Related Posts From Our Blog
Blog Posts Concerning Research
- Electroacupuncture Or Moxibustion Promote Sciatic Nerve Regeneration (Back Pain Study)
- Study Finds Xiao Chai Hu Tang Offers An Anti-Depressant Effect
- The Science Behind Lymphatic Massage
- Simple Acupressure Points Reduce Post Operative Pain and Nausea
- Acupressure on SP 6 effective for Menstrual Cramps
- TCM Formula Gan Mai Da Zao Wan Found Effective for "Several" Mental Health Issues
- Acupuncture Resolves Menstrual Cramps Regardless of Treatment Frequency and Technique
- Superficial Japanese Style Needling Compared with TCM Style Electro Acupuncture
- Warm Acupuncture Found Beneficial for Chronic Lymphedema in Breast Cancer Patients
- Need Focus and Impulse Control? - Practice Tai Chi
Where Do I Go Next?
Recent Questions From Our Forum...
Have questions about sarcoma? Or want to discuss treatment techniques? You may reach us and our community of practitioners by using our forums