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The number of treatments needed is different from person to person.

For most acute problems, it generally requires fewer visits.

For complex or long-standing conditions, 2-3 treatments a week with a period of 5-10 weeks are recommended.



Some Benefits of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine

- Pain Relief/Management

- Sports Injuries

- Addiction (alcohol, drug, smoking)

- Emotional Imbalance (Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia, Stress)

- Asthma, Allergies and other immune system stress

- Weight Management

Assessment and Treatment Process

- Thorough interview, history, and physical examination.

- Assessment using primary and fundamental diagnostic methods.

- Diagnosis made based on interview, examination and assessment.

- Treatment of symptomatic as well as root problem using one or more modalities that best address.

- Recommendation of personalized herbal medicines tailored to the individual.

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Diagnosis

- A thorough patient intake, diagnosis and treatment plan according to the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).

- Suggestion of treatment method and prognosis.

- About 30 Minutes  


- Use of fine needles at specific body points mapped by the Chinese over a period of 2500 years.

   Empirically proven effective in treatment of specific disorders. We use only sterilized disposable needles in our practices.

- Traditional Chinese acupuncture and stimulation from mild to intense as desired.

- About 20-40 Minutes

Tui-Na Massage

- Sophisticated medical massage used to treat injuries, joint and muscle problems and internal disorders.

- About 10 Minutes

Electro Stimulation

- Acupuncture with mild to intense stimulation by means of pulsating electrical currents.


- Involves placing glass, plastic, or bamboo cups on the skin with a vacuum.

- Used to relieve what is called "Stagnation" in TCM terms, and in the treatment of respiratory diseases.


- Adjunct treatment to acupuncture.

- Involves burning of medicinal herb on acupuncture needles or over body areas.


- Everything you always wanted to know about oriental medicine and never knew whom to ask.


Natural Herbs

- A selection of natural herbs and therapeutic oils is available at our offices.




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