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Acupuncture is the placement of disposable, hair-thin needles into specific points along energy channels on the body. Qi flows within these meridians or pathways. Stimulating qi flow balances a person to relieve symptoms and eliminate an illness. [top]
 

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Electrical Acupuncture is the attachment of an electrical current to certain points of the body to generate a slight pulsation through the needle into the muscle and meridian pathway. This eases tense muscles and moves qi and blood in a contained area or within a meridian to reduce pain. Electrical acupuncture is also used in facelifts to expand the collagen in your face, reduce wrinkles and lift the skin. [top]
 

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Chinese Herbal Medicine combines a variety of herbs to create a unique formula for each patient. A customized herbal prescription is administered based on the individual’s symptoms and constitution. Chinese herbal medicine’s goal is to treat the source of a problem and eradicate it. [top]
 

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Nutritional Counseling is used to support our treatments so that you will receive the most benefit from them. Chinese nutrition offers a different perspective from Western theories with regard to a person’s constitution and certain foods’ medicinal benefits. I use a combination of Western and Chinese theories to guarantee optimal results for each of my patients. [top]

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Medical Laboratory Testing

Comprehensive diagnostics for the following issues: male and female hormonal imbalances, Candida, parasites, thyroid and adrenal function, food allergies, gastrointestinal health, bone marker/osteoporosis, environmental allergies, urinary metabolic profile, environmental pollutants profile, celiac, heavy metal testing, hair toxic elements exposure, parasites, liver enzymes, intestinal bacterial culture, blood levels, mineral levels, and iodine levels (for healthy thyroid and breasts). [top]
 

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Massage offers many medicinal advantages. It relaxes muscles, reduces pain and stress, increases circulation, stimulates the lymphatic system (your immunity) and also makes your body more receptive to acupuncture. Some massage techniques we offer include deep tissue, Swedish, acupressure, sports, reflexology, shiatsu and tui na. [top]
 

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Cupping is the placement of glass or plastic cups on the skin to create a suction, which then helps to free toxins and move qi and blood. Cupping is an excellent way to treat muscle tightness, arthritis or pain, fevers, colds and flu, asthma, and lung weakness. [top]
 

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Moxibustion is burning of the herb ai ye (mugwort) on needles or over specific points of the body. This process facilitates qi and blood movement and warms channels and the body. Moxibustion is highly beneficial for those with fatigue, digestive disorders, and injuries. The Chinese people use moxa daily to stay healthy, active and ensure longevity. [top]
 

 

 

 

Qi Gong & Reiki both use the power of qi through hands-on healing techniques. A practitioner of Qi Gong or Reiki is able to tap into the source of a healing, universal energy to receive the maximum benefit from other treatments. We can also teach you a collection of simple Qi Gong exercises to enhance your health, vitality and longevity. [top]
 

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Aromatherapy, which uses essential oils either alone or in combination, can be used medicinally to relax you and your muscles. The oils are used either in combination with massage and acupressure, or can be customized into your own personalized ‘perfume.’ This way you can receive the healing effects from your treatment throughout the day. [top]
 

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Gua Sha: A porcelain spoon along with a special liniment is used to ‘massage’ specific points on the body to release toxins, reduce muscle aches, and relieve pent up emotions. [top]

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