The number of treatments needed is different
from person to person.
For most acute problems, it generally requires fewer visits.
For complex or
long-standing conditions, 2-3 treatments a week with a period of
5-10 weeks are recommended.
MODALITIES & TECHNIQUES
Some Benefits of Acupuncture and Chinese
Addiction (alcohol, drug, smoking)
Emotional Imbalance (Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia,
Asthma, Allergies and other immune system stress
Assessment and Treatment Process
Thorough interview, history, and physical examination.
Assessment using primary and fundamental diagnostic methods.
Diagnosis made based on interview, examination and assessment.
Treatment of symptomatic as well as root problem using one or
more modalities that best address.
- Recommendation of
personalized herbal medicines tailored to the individual.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
A thorough patient intake, diagnosis and treatment plan
according to the principles of Traditional Chinese
Suggestion of treatment method and prognosis.
- About 30 Minutes
Use of fine needles at specific body points mapped by the
Chinese over a period of 2500 years.
Empirically proven effective in treatment of specific
disorders. We use only sterilized disposable
needles in our practices.
Traditional Chinese acupuncture and stimulation from mild to
intense as desired.
- About 20-40 Minutes
Sophisticated medical massage used to treat injuries, joint
and muscle problems and internal
- About 10 Minutes
- Acupuncture with
mild to intense stimulation by means of pulsating electrical
- Involves placing
glass, plastic, or bamboo cups on the skin with a
- Used to
relieve what is called "Stagnation" in TCM terms, and in the
treatment of respiratory diseases.
Adjunct treatment to acupuncture.
- Involves burning of
medicinal herb on acupuncture needles or over body areas.
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A selection of natural herbs and therapeutic oils is available
at our offices.