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Acupuncture Treatment

What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is a method of pain relief and disease treatment, which has been practiced effectively for over three thousand years. Licensed practitioners insert extremely fine hair-like needles at points along the body’s energy channels (called meridian), to naturally balance the body and provide instantaneous and long-lasting pain relief and treatment. Acupuncture triggers signals in the nervous system and redefines pain messages to the brain while increasing the brain’s production of endorphins – the body’s natural painkiller. Western medicine has embraced acupuncture as a safe, reliable and effective treatment for chronic pain and disease.

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Acupuncture has been an essential part of medicine for thousands of years in the East, yet even as it catches on in the West, physicians in this part of the world have yet to figure out exactly how this ancient technique works. Whatever the mechanisms, acupuncture does appear to work. Scientific studies are offering real evidence that it can ease pain and treat ailments ranging from osteoarthritis to migraine headaches...

East Meets West

Cupping Therapy

Cupping is a form of alternative pain therapy that recently left some curious marks on actress and new mom Gwyneth Paltrow. Cupping therapy is a treatment in which the practitioner creates suction in a cup. And then applies that cup to the body, which then draws the skin up around the cup, under the cup,

who describes the therapy on The Early Show.....

'Cupping' Takes The Pain Away

Acupuncture Points

"We have never really had a scientific explanation for how acupuncture actually works,” he said. In the absence of a scientific rationale, acupuncture has not been widely used in the mainstream medical community. If we can explain the process scientifically, we can open it to full scientific scrutiny and develop ways to use it as a part of medical treatments.” .......

by Dr. Silberstein


Extending back thousands of years, Chinese Medicine offers a rich heritage and history in healthcare and healing. And that quality, that continuum of care lives on today, with the Chen family. For more than a decade, Evergreen Herbs has crafted superior quality Chinese herbal supplements, while offering education and advice to the trusted doctors who practice this highly refined ancient art...

A Natural Choice

Auricular Therapy

Auricular acupuncture is the stimulation of acupuncture points on the external ear surface for the diagnosis and treatment of health conditions in other areas of the body...








Women's Health Care

Chinese Medicine is a highly effective and safe way to treat a variety of women's health issues. A famous Chinese physician said that there are four times in a woman’s life when her health can be positively or adversely affected: menarche, onset of sexual activity, childbirth, and menopause. These are wonderful times to have a good relationship with an



Tui Na

To those who've experienced both acupressure and Shiatsu, a Tui Na session may seem like a cross between the two. Like Shiatsu, Tui Na uses rhythmic compression along energy channels of the body, as well as a variety of techniques that manipulate and lubricate the joints...


by ​Jan Henderson, PhD

Nutrition & Weight Loss

In the case of overweight patients, the acupuncture specialist will first ask a variety of questions and perform an examination. The purpose is to understand the main causes of the person's excess weight. mostly people has those conditions, such as hungry all the time, stress eater, hormone imbalance, poor circulation, no energy, craving sweet....

Acupuncture  combine the auricular therapy treatment is very good to improve above conditions, so patient can doing daily activity and exercise to manage weight with acupuncture help. It is easy and nature way to achieve your goal.

 more info: NaturalNews

Electro Stimulation

The procedure for electro-acupuncture is to insert the acupuncture needle as would normally be done, attain the qi reaction by hand manipulation, and then attach an electrode to the needle to provide continued stimulation

Ji-Sheng Han

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