General Wellbeing & Families
The Chinese medical arts of Acupuncture and Herbs have been used effectively for thousands of years to promote health and well being, and to treat disease in the body, mind, and spirit. The effectiveness and success of this medicine has been well studied and documented by the National Institutes of Health and the World Health Organization; each has given Chinese Medicine great recognition for its profound ability to ease pain and heal disease.
Although Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs have become famous for treating pain and disease, Chinese Medicine’s ancient masters believed it was mediocre medicine that treated disease and far superior medicine that prevents disease. This refers to the long tradition of placing emphasis on promoting good health and preventing disease. Chinese Medicine brings to light the relationship between disease patterns and the energetic patterns of the patient and when necessary administers treatment when the patterns in the body are in a state of dysfunction.
You can use Acupuncture and Herbs to treat your current pain and illnesses. The tradition also offers education about ongoing care of oneself with the proper exercise, diet, and lifestyle choices. It is my hope that more and more people can grasp the use of Chinese Medicine as a form of prevention and optimizing health and well being.
What we know about Acupuncture from studies, and personal experiences, is its ability to relax the central nervous system and sedate the limbic system, overriding the “fight or flight” response to stress in our daily lives. It also relaxes the muscles, dilates blood vessels, and increases blood flow to specific tissues. After being treated, people feel more relaxed, at ease, and peaceful. They learn to calm their minds, relax their bodies, and are able to carry this feeling with them into their daily lives.
We look forward to meeting you and bringing the experience of this wonderful form of medicine to you.
- Pain anywhere in the body
- Digestive problems
- Women's health
- Respiratory problems
- Common colds and flu
- Urinary tract issues
- Anxiety and depression
- Auto-immune disorders
- and more