Acupuncture List of Services
Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine (traditional and needle-free):
Uses the insertion of fine needles into specific acupuncture points on the body’s surface in order to regulate the flow of Qi. By stimulating these points (with or without needles), Qi-energy circulation, blood circulation, and organ balance are restored. As a result pain, discomfort is eliminated, and underlying disorders progressively resolve.
A micro-system by which stimulation is applied to specific points in the ear to treat pain, balance emotions, detoxify, and balance hormones.
Cosmetic Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation:
Safe & natural alternative to plastic surgery and Botox injections.
Chinese Herbal Medicine:
Unlike western medications, which tend to mask symptoms rather than correct the underlying cause, Chinese herbs are selected to address both acute symptoms and the patient’s underlying condition, and are free from unwanted side effects. more …
Non-drug, holistic treatment for kids with ADD, allergies, immune dysfunction, asthma, digestive concerns, and E.N.T concerns.
Eastern & Western Nutrition: Combining the energetic & thermodynamics of eastern nutrition with the cutting edge, modern strategies of Western nutrition.
Tui Na Structural Massage Therapy:
Hands-on technique stretches muscles and connective tissue and stimulates lymph & blood circulation. Tui Na helps to relieve acute and chronic structural pain.
Using essential oils to stimulate the olfactory membranes, the molecules will enter the limbic system and through to the lining of the nerve cells. Nerve impulses trigger the olfactory bulb in the brain. Essential oils can help to control the heart rate, blood pressure, respiration, stress response, and hormone balance. Like herbal medicine, the oils are absorbed by the body and regulate Qi and blood flow throughout the body, thus restoring health.
Over 80% effective for Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma, Retinitis Pigmentosa, Stargardt’s, Diabetic Retinopathy, etc.
Used as an adjunctive therapy for degenerative vision loss and structural pain.
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