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Acupuncture and East Asian Medicine has been in use for thousands of years.  One of its foundations is the belief that each person has a life energy known as "Qi" (pronounced, 'chee').  When Qi is weakened or becomes stuck in the body, it can manifest as any type of pain or illness.  Acupuncture functions by identifying and rectifying these areas of imbalance in the body.  Because acupuncture is a holistic medicine that sims to restore balance to the body.  Overall, it can treat nearly any ailmetn.  Acupuncture is particularly effective at treating, but not limited to:

  • acute or chronic pains

  • joint and muscle stiffness/tightness

  • anxiety and stress

  • chronic fatigue and ADHD

  • sleep disorders

  • digestive problems

  • gynecological and fertility issues

  • asthma and allergies

  • food cravings and weight loss

  • blood pressure management


Herbal Therapy

The herbal medicines used in traditional Chinese Medicine are the historical ancestors for many of the prescription drugs we use today.  Herbal formulas can be made from whole plants or from parts of plants such as bark, fruit, stem, root or seed.  Herbal medicine is unique in that while it effectively treats symptoms, it does so by also supporting the body overall, reducing the risk of any side effects, and helping to actually repair the body over time.




Traditional Chinese Medicine

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