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ACUPUNCTURE AND TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE
Over the past few decades, there has been a surge of interest worldwide in Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture. For thousands of years the Chinese have appreciated it for it's good curative effect, wide range of use and non-pharmaceutical approach.
Traditional Chinese Medicine treats both the root and the branch of disease from which a patient is suffering and explores lifestyle, environment, emotional state, family situation, diet, sexual habits, work routine, exercise and stress levels as a way of understanding an individual's internal nature.
Services Include: Acupuncture - Using thin disposable presterilized needles gently inserted into specific points and meridians to assist in recovery of disease processes and harmonizing the body. Musculoskeletal Acupuncture - Acupuncture pain management based on trigger point and myofascial release. It is very effective for both acute and chronic recurrent pain. Moxabustion - A method by which moxa wool, a form of chrysanthemum is burned on or above the skin at acupuncture points. The heat warms the meridians, improves circulation, relaxes the musculature and improves overall health and immunity. It is particularly effective for joint pain. Cupping Therapy - A process in which a jar is attached to the skin surface to cause local congestion through negative pressure. It is very helpful for pain, menstrual problems, nervous system disorders, mastitis and low immunity. Herbal Medicine - After diagnosing a patient's disharmony and forming a treatment plan an individualized formula is prescribed taking into consideration the following: the patient's constitution, digestive state and mental, emotional and physical states. Jin Shin Do - A traditional Japanese acupressure using finger pressure on meridian points to create a balance between the physical, emotional and spiritual levels. Tui Na Massage - Now considered a main branch of Traditional Chinese Medicine, it corrects the balance between Yin and Yang by focusing on points, trigger points and meridians rather than groups of muscle. It is very safe, effective and relaxing. Lifestyle Support - Important suggestions made to help you adapt your current nutrition, supplementation, exercise, flexibility and support programs to promote well being. Did you know these conditions may respond to Acupuncture? Allergies - Arthritis - Asthma - Acne - Athletic Injuries - Addictions - Bursitis - chronic Fatigue Syndrome - Eczema - Fibromyalgia - Headaches - Indigestion - Infertility - Insomnia - Lupus - Menstrual Problems - Menopausal Complaints - Multiple Sclerosis - Stroke Sequelae - Stress - Shingles - Tendonitis - Psychiatric Disorders - Pain.