Acupuncture is a method of encouraging the body to promote natural healing and to improve functioning. This is done by inserting needles and applying heat or electrical stimulation at very precise acupuncture points.
The earliest document about acupuncture dates back to around 5,000 years ago. “Emperor Nei-Jing” is the bible of Chinese medicine and acupuncture and was completed approximately 2,000 years ago.
In 1979 the World Health Organization favored acupuncture as the medicine of choice for the developing countries. Presently more than 1.5 billion people throughout Asian, Europe and the US use acupuncture and herbal formula to achieve good health.
A 1998 study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine showed that medical doctors refer their patients to acupuncturists more than any other “alternative” care provider; the same study also revealed that 51% of medical doctors believe acupuncture to be efficacious and of value.
It records the twelve regular meridians that we use in Chinese Medicine today and is still the most influential book in today’s Chinese Medicine Society.
Acupuncture is one of the world’s oldest known healing modalities according to the National Institute of Health (NIH). The World Health Organization recommends Acupuncture for the following:
- Digestive Disorders: Gastritis and Hyperacidity, Spastic Colon, Constipation, Diarrhea.
- Respiratory Conditions: Bronchitis, Bronchial asthma, Coughing, Sinusitis.
- Gastro Intestinal Conditions: Acute and Chronic Gastritis, Hyperacid Stomach, Ulcers, Colitis, Constipation, Diarrhea, Hiccups.
- Neurologic Conditions: Headache, Migraines, Paralysis from stroke, Peripheral Neuropathy.
- Muscle and Skeleton Conditions: Tennis Elbow, Sciatica, Lower Back / Neck / Knee Pain.
- Gynecologic Conditions: PMS, Menopausal Disorders, Irregular Menstruations, Endometriosis.
- Urinary, Menstrual, and reproductive problems.
- Libido, Hormonal or Energy Complaints.
We recommend our patients to consult with their physician for a medical diagnosis prior to using TCM-Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Consultation & Acupuncture (First Treatment)$125
Acupuncture (Follow Up Treatment) $85
Electro-Acupuncture (EAC) is the application of electrical micro-current to acu-points on a patient. Stimulation increases levels of analgesia, promotes tissue repair and healing, and promotes regeneration of nerve fibers in situations where cell bodies of damaged nerves are still vital. This process creates a pulsating sensation that is not painful to the patient.
Add-on To Acupuncture Treatment: $15
Cupping is a method of treating disease that is caused by local congestion. The therapy of cupping has been used in China for thousands of years and it is still used today by many alternative medicine
Cupping brings fresh blood to the area, so it tends to improve circulation. It also helps open up the chest and benefit the lungs and can even benefit menstrual problems and digestive problems too. Cupping is generally effective in the treatment of Arthritic pain, abdominal pain, stomach ache, indigestion, headache, hypertension, common cold, cough, low back pain, painful menstruation, insect and poisonous snake bite.
60 minutes Cupping with Acupressure Therapy $95
Gua Sha Therapy
Gua Sha is a healing technique used in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Gua Sha $45
60 minutes Gua Sha with Massage Therapy $95
Tui Na Therapy
Tui Na is the form of Asian bodywork that uses touch to balance the body’s energy. Date back to 1700 BC, Tui Na was used as a therapeutic method to treat infants and adult digestive conditions, and it was carry out in order to prevent the disease from gaining a start.
To experience both acupressure and Shiatsu, a Tui Na session may seem like a cross between the two. Like Shiatsu, Tui Na uses rhythmic compression along energy channels of the body, manipulate and lubricate the joints. Like acupressure, Tui Na directly affects the flow of energy by holding and pressing the body at acupressure points.
Tui Na has migrated to the West and become popular, it offers all the benefits of traditional western massage, works with the energy of the body at a deeper level, and plus it has the ability to address and mitigate specific health concerns.
A typical Tui Na session uses various strokes along energy channels, as well as gentle shaking, stretching, and joint movements. This stimulates and releases the flow of energy, which helps balance your physical and emotional systems.
Balancing your energy is the essence of the Balance Flow approach to bodywork. a Tui Na session can actually leave you feeing both relaxed and invigorated-all at the same time.
60 minutes $85
90 minutes $115
Chinese herbal medicine is a major aspect of traditional Chinese medicine, which focuses on restoring a balance of energy, body, and spirit to maintain health rather than treating a particular disease or medical condition. Herbs are used with the goal of restoring balance by nourishing the whole body. By combining the best of the modern diagnostic technology with the century old natural herbal medicine, our Licensed Acupuncturists provide patients with herbal consultation and effective and natural treatments.
Chinese Medicine & Women’s Health
Chinese medicine has a long history of treating women’s health concerns, including gynecological disorders, infertility, and obstetrics. The World Health Organization recognizes the use of acupuncture and herbal therapies in the treatment of a wide range of medical problems, including:
- Menstrual Irregularities – dysmenorrhea (painful period), amenorrhea (lack of period), Premenstrual Syndrome, endometriosis
- Infertility – assistance with conception and retention of the pregnancy
- Prenatal and Postnatal Care – morning sickness, turning breach pregnancy, labor induction, postnatal recovery
- Breastfeeding – improving milk production, treating mastitis
- Pain Management – including upper and lower back pain, neck pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, abdominal pain, pelvic pain and headaches
- Menopausal Symptoms – decrease the frequency and intensity of hot flashes in menopausal women