Acupuncture & TCM Clinic offers:
treating and preventing illnesses and symptoms by inserting acupuncture needles into acupuncture points of the body for stimulating natural self-healing mechanisms; can be combined with HERBAL REMEDIES, MOXIBUSTION, and AURICULAR THERAPY
treating and preventing illnesses and symptoms by using Chinese medicinal herbs; can be combined with ACUPUNCTURE, MOXIBUSTION and AURICULAR THERAPY
Raw herbs: needed to be cooked (by patients themselves) before being used. Prescriptions are prepared individually for each patient.
Herbal granules: made from raw herbs; using boiling water to make them into “tea”, instead of cooking them.
Prescriptions are prepared individually for each patient.
Patent herbal pills, capsules, plasters and tinctures: well tried and tested herbal formula, prepared and made in different forms, for general treatments.
treating and preventing illnesses and symptoms by applying heat (above the surface of skin) to warm the acupuncture points; the material used is moxa-wool sticks, which are made from dried Moxa leaves; can be combined with ACUPUNCTURE, HERBAL REMEDIES, and AURICULAR THERAPY
treating and preventing illnesses and symptoms by using small herbal seeds or ear needles to stimulate certain points located on the ears; can be combined with ACUPUNCTURE, MOXIBUSTION, and HERBAL REMEDIES
treating and preventing illnesses and symptoms by applying pressure, with hand or elbow or other devices, on acupuncture points of the body for stimulating natural self-healing mechanisms; can be combined with HERBAL REMEDIES, MOXIBUSTION, and AURICULAR THERAPY
Make the Right Decisions
"When you get sick, you must decide what course of action to take in order to recover your health. If you do not accept this responsibility, others will decide for you and will not necessarily make the best choices. The most important decision is whether visits to health professionals will help or hinder your own healing system. You will need to understand the nature of your illness and to know whether conventional medicine can do anything for it without reducing the possibility of spontaneous healing. You will also want to know whether any alternative treatments exist that might be of benefit."
- Dr. Andrew Weil
process of gathering information through communication with the patient. In addition to observing the patient’s tongue and checking their pulse, a series of questions will be asked. The purpose of this is to try to know the person as a whole and to make sure that the traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) diagnosis and the treatment plan are implemented successfully.
The illnesses and symptoms that can be treated by TCM approaches:
migraines, temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJD), trigeminal neuralgia, facial paralysis, asthma, chronic bronchitis, allergic rhinitis, tinnitus, Meniere’s syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis, indigestion, constipation, hemorrhoid, arthritis pain, Raynaud’s disease, whiplash injury, shoulder pains, low back pains, sciatica, sports injuries, irregular menstruation, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), menstrual cramps, menopause syndrome, sexual dysfunctions, urinary incontinence, prostatitis, blood sugar problems, anemia, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), infertility, insomnia, restless leg syndrome, neurasthenia, hypertension, depression, anxiety, stress, eating disorders, weight problems, alcohol and nicotine addictions, senile dementia, skin problems, side effects of radiotherapy and chemotherapy, stroke recovery and so on.
treating and preventing illnesses and symptoms by creating suction on the skin with using heat or mechanical devices, which mobilizes blood flow in order to promote healing; can be combined with ACUPUNCTURE, MOXIBUSTION, and HERBAL REMEDIES