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How Does Acupuncture Work?

 Traditional Chinese Medicine is one of the oldest forms of medicine. It embodies the fine achievements accumulated over the millennia in the course of medical practice of Chinese physicians. The special methods of Acupuncture and Moxibustion, with their multiple advantages, have been handed down from ancient times and improved through generations. They are widely used in Asian and other countries. 

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 According to the classical doctrines of Chinese medicine, there is an unceasing flow of life's energy or Qi' throughout the human body. This vital energy originates the major organs, and flows along the continuous circulatory channels called meridians. When the energy flow is smooth and in balance, one is healthy; if the balance is disturbed, then one will feel ill or pain. There are some specific points along the meridians called acupuncture points where the energy flow can be stimulated and the functions of related organs can be regulated, thus restoring the delicate balance and start of beneficial healing. Acupuncture is applied to the points selected of the basis of meridian systems.


 Most patients find the treatment very relaxing, which brings on a feeling of well-being. As a sign of "obtaining the vital energy," some patients may have a slight sensation of soreness, numbness, distention, or heaviness around the needled area. The beneficial reaction usually starts during the first 2 or 3 visits, depending on the person's response.
Of course, just like any other medical treatment, not all cases can be cured. However, there are no harmful effects from the therapy in common practice. Therefore, people who suffer from lingering or chronic diseases and do not respond well to orthodox medicine are particularly encouraged to try this promising Chinese art of healing. Wondering how many treatments are necessary? Each person is unique, therefore, the treatment plan is individualized, it depends on the type of illness, the severity of the condition, the duration of the sickness, and the physical state of the patient at time of treatment.
1. Low back pain.
2. Neck, shoulders & mid-back pain. 3. Carpal tunnel syndrome.
4. Tennis elbow pain.
5. Foot, knee & ankle joint pain.
6. Any type of headache or migraine. 7. Stress, anxiety & depression.
8. Liver disease support. 9. Post radiation & cancer support.
10. Gynecological disorder.

11. Skin disorders.

12. Immune system enhancement.


  • Seven star manipulation
  • Cupping and roller
  • Trigger point release
  • Application of anti-inflammatory herbal ointment
  • Acupuncture
  • Electro Stimulation of Acu points
  • Heat packs
  • Tuina Massage
  • External herbal patches.
  • Facial Rejuvenation therapy
  • Herbal Inhalation for allergies, asthma, colds and sinus
  • Herbal supplements