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Health and wellness begin with knowledge. Find out how Chinese medicine can help your body thrive.
For millennia, acupuncture has helped to resolve imbalances women experience through all stages of life. PMS, infertility, menopausal symptoms, menstrual irregularities, endometriosis, and fibroids are effectively treated using Chinese medicine. Chinese medicine practitioners take into consideration all aspects of your health in order to best direct a successful treatment plan.EXPLORE
Revitalize your digestive health through acupuncture.
Digestive disharmony is uncomfortable and debilitating. Many people have found that their condition can be effectively treated with Chinese medicine. By evaluating each patient’s unique and varied digestive symptoms, we design an individualized treatment plan to meet your specific needs in order to optimize your proper digestive function.EXPLORE
Trigger point therapy, muscle manipulation, and classical acupuncture can create immediate relief from chronic pain.
Conditions including sciatica, bulging discs, herniated discs, or pinched nerves can be effectively treated with Chinese medicine. By determining the pathway and root of the pain, our practitioners determine specific needle placement in order to alleviate pain. By releasing the congested or stagnant “Qi,” circulation is enhanced by promoting healing in the compromised area.EXPLORE
Trust. Relationships. Caring. We begin here.
Chinese medicine recognizes emotional disorders as a combination of physical and mental imbalances that can be treated by addressing each individual uniquely. A variety of techniques including acupuncture, lifestyle assessment, dietary recommendations, and herbal medicines can be utilized to help restore balance, thus promoting all levels of healthy living. Patients are evaluated and given a custom treatment plan for their specific health and wellness needs. We assist each patient while he or she is moving through difficult times that impact emotional health.EXPLORE
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