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Acupuncture

Acupuncture involves the insertion of very fine wires (needles) into specific spots to stimulate the body to heal itself. The ancient Chinese discovered that all pain and illness cause tiny, hidden sore spots to develop in muscle tissue. When the pain or illness improved, so did the soreness in these spots. Over countless generations, the ancient Chinese learned that different disorders cause the appearance of different sore spots. They also learned that touching these spots properly and reducing their soreness helped the body to heal the disorder. Acupuncture was developed as a highly specialized way to treat these sore spots and stimulate the body’s self-healing processes. Around 5,000 years ago, the Chinese developed a theory to explain why stimulating these spots helped ease pain and illness. They theorized that all life was infused with an energy that animates matter. They called this spark of life “qi” (pronounced “chee”). Qi flows through all matter, giving function to form. In humans, qi flows through pathways called energy channels or meridians. A good way to think of qi in the body is like water in an irrigation system. Our body’s many cells are like different crops in the fields. If the water (qi) flows normally, all crops (cells) are healthy. If the water is blocked, it will flood the upstream crops and dry out the downstream ones. In Chinese medicine, this is called an “imbalance.” The sore spots the ancient Chinese discovered were spots where qi had a tendency to get stuck. Acupuncture, acupressure, massage techniques and herbs can help restore the normal flow of qi, thus restoring balance and helping the body to heal itself.

Common Conditions Treated

Pain Gastrointestinal Disorders Stress Addictions Headache Relief Women's Disorders
Back Pain: Upper Back, Mid-Back, Low back Constipation Anxiety Cigarettes Migraine Irregular Menses
Sciatica Pain Gastritis Depression Alcohol Cluster Headache Amenorrhea
Hip Pain Acid Reflux Mood Swings Substance Dependence Tension headache Leukorrhea
Frozen Shoulder Nausea Menopause Symptoms
Neck Pain Bloating Infertility
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Ankle Sprain
Knee Pain
Sport Injuries

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Chinese Herbal Medicine

This method of Medicine is very ancient, which has been used for many many centuries. It is very effective in treating different forms of symptoms that are presented. It is a more effective; hence stronger form of treatment (depending on its use), but with the proper from of prescription, it can improve overall health. To be given the proper prescription, an Herbalist with adequate training of Chinese Medicine, would have to give a consultation; regarding pattern discrimination, in order to find out what herbal formula would be appropriate to alleviate the patient’s issues. Its goal is to harmonize the body and restore outmost health. We provide a limited number of Chinese Herbal Formula that are used on commonly seen patterns.

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Acupoint Injection Therapy

This adjunctive therapy is known in Chinese medicine for its valuable effect when treating symptomatic signs. Acupoint Injection Therapy uses the following solutions to inject in specifics acupuncture point, to produce the desirable effect. Herbs, Vitamins and Homeopathic are the most commonly used solutions. In the scope of Chinese Medicine, Medicinal Herbs is used and has many tremendous results. The theory behind Acupoint Injection is that, when the syringe is inserted inside the Acupoint; according to Channel Theory, the solution will flow towards the affected area, to which will stimulate the desired effect. Acupoint Injection is the same as intramuscular injection and subcutaneous injection depending how they are administered. A large varieties of issues are used, such as: Arthritis, Frozen Shoulder, Spider Veins, Low Back Pain, Common Cold, Emotional Disorders, Circulatory Problems, Digestive Disorders, UTI, Traumatic Injuries, and Fatigue. Such complaints or ailment are also dealt with Chinese Herbal Formulas. With the Acupoint Injection Therapy, a more effective relief can be obtained.

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Cupping

Known in Folklore Medicine, is a simple therapy used in conjunction with Acupuncture, to attain relief of common disorders affect overall health. Cupping is a procedure that uses cups (that can be made out of glass, plastic or silicone) that are placed on the skin (usually on the chest, abdomen, upper back or lower back), and a vacuumed is created beforehand. This creates a high pressure than can be felt on the surface of the skin. It is either retained on the area, or moved along the surface. It is known mostly for brining blood flow to the surface and stretching the muscle. By doing so relieves pain.

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Auriculartherapy

Auriculotherapy is a non-invasive form of electrical stimulation to the external ear for the relief of pain and addictive behaviors. While the original basis of auriculotherapy is in ancient Chinese Acupuncture, the late Dr. Paul Nogier developed the current methods in France utilizing painless stimulation without needles. In the 1950′s he began to notice that several of his patients had an unusual scar on a specific area of the ear. His patients informed him that the scar was a treatment for their sciatica, which gave relief within hours or minutes of the treatment. After studying this phenomena, and doing some research, he began mapping other parts of the body. This research lead to the inverted fetus principle. This was the basis for his diligent work to advance this technique to what we know today. Auriculartherapy can be effective for many conditions. Some of these includes: Back Pain, Headaches, Bursitis, Shoulder Pain, Arthritis, Burns, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Tennis Elbow, TMJ, Tinnitus, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Incontinence or Breaking the Smoking Habit.

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