Our treatment strategies include acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, gua sha, tui na, pulse diagnosis, and cupping

Our treatment strategy is based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Traditional Chinese Medicine has been introduced to the West through acupuncture. Acupuncture is a common healing practice in China and neighboring countries. It is best known for addressing pain, but is used for all aspects of health in the East.  Research shows that acupuncture can be valuable in treating such diverse conditions as infertility, depression and allergic rhinitis (hay fever).


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Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a timeless approach to wellness, with a methodology and tools specifically designed to prevent and treat chronic disease. Needles are are used to engage the body's natural immune system.

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Chinese herbal medicine

Chinese herbal medicine is a sophisticated form of natural medicine built on a tradition of using plants, minerals, and animals as part of a formula most often given as a tea, pill or salve.

Non-needle therapy

Most people agree that therapy using needles is not scary but some adults and children prefer non-needle therapy options. Options such as acupressure, tui na, shiatsu, cupping, gua sha and moxabustion.  

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Pulse Diagnosis

Chinese pulse diagnosis is considered the standard for diagnosing internal acute and chronic issues. Pulse Diagnosis is interpretation of blood flow and the feel of the radial artery near the wrist to determine the root cause of the issues.