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Acupuncture is a highly evolved system that utilized very fine and thin, hair-like needles to stimulate the bodies own ability to heal rapidly. It involves little to no pain. It utilizes a complex map of the human body consisting of channels and meridians that make up the point locations that are to be needled.

Needles placed at precise locations promote the body’s own natural healing providing a tremendous amount of relief.  


Acupuncture has been used in China and other Asian countries for thousands of years. Originally it was a practice that was reserved only for the elite – the Emperor and the members of his Kingdom. It was renowned for its ability to create longevity and sexual vigor. Hence it’s the ability to extend an athlete’s career or even the life of a CEO under an unbearable amount of stress. Everyone can benefit from Acupuncture. With regard to sexual vigor, it is an excellent adjunct to infertility and a plethora of sexual dysfunctions.  


Thanks to the astute wisdom of Ancient Sages  … this information was written down and later translated and shared.  Gratefully we are able to practice the Emperor’s medicine here in the West! 

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Herbs and Acupuncture have a synergistic effect. Whereas Acupuncture tends to provide immediate relief, Herbal Remedies provide long-term lasting relief. Herbs have the ability to address the root of the problem and clear it from the body. Oftentimes patients who have suffered for years are finally finding relief. Also worth noting -Herbal formulations have very few side effects and can be modified to address specific individual needs.


This is not a one pill cures all medicine . . . this is a what are your symptoms and let's address them directly medicine. The symptoms you experience guide us as practitioners in figuring out what is out of balance within the body. These symptoms communicate in a very clear way on how to heal the body by telling us what areas are in excess or deficient. It is for this reason that Traditional Chinese Medicine has been and always will be a highly effective medicine.


Call or email us today to find out if herbs can help resolve your health crisis. Thirty-minute Herbal consultations are $40 plus the cost of herbs.

Moxa Treatments


Moxibustion is an ancient medicine practiced by the Chinese over 3000 years ago during the Shang Dynasty. It comes in many forms – most commonly used in this practice are moxa cones and sticks.  These forms of moxa are packed loosely and consists of moxa wool which may have other herbs mixed in as well and rolled into the shape of a cigar or cone. The moxa is then lit and applied in a manner that is beneficial.


Moxibustion utilized in the successful treatment of:

  • Vomiting and diarrhea

  • Prolonged Dysentery

  • Umbilical or hernia pain

  • Painful Joints

  • Early stage skin ulcers, w/boils, scrofula

  • TB

  • Depression

  • For Women: regulates menstruation due to yang deficiency, calms the fetus preventing miscarriage due to yang deficiency, and morning sickness

  • For Men: Resolves impotence and premature ejaculation due to yang deficiency    




Cupping has the ability to warm and promote the free flow of Qi and blood in the meridians, dispelling cold, dampness, swelling, and pain.


Cupping is mainly used in the treatment of: 

  •  Lung disease such as cough, asthma

  •  Muscular and joint pain of the neck, shoulders, and low back.

  • Sciatica

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Diet & Lifestyle

Nutiriton and Lifestyle play a huge role in Traditional Chinese Medicine. 


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Female Issues:

Irregular menses, low libido, PMS, Cramps,

Pregnancy, Birth & After


Morning sickness,

Nausea and Vomiting       

Getting a Stalled Labor started  

                      Breech presentation                                                     Mastitis                                                    Urinary tract infection                                        Postpartum depression                                Low milk production   

                             Low energy                                      

Acupuncture treats a variety of issues including, but not limited to:

              Orthopedic problems:                          Neck and Shoulder Pain          

Back Pain and Sciatica,



Frozen Shoulder


Sport and other Injuries

Respiratory disorders:

Common cold





 Recurrent Respiratory Infections

Gastrointestinal dysfunctions:

Gastric reflux, Nausea, Vomiting

Constipation and/or Diarrhea,  Abdominal pain

 Acute and Chronic Gastritis,

Chronic Parasitic Infection,

Candida overgrowth

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Chronic conditions:

Type 2 Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes

Ear, Nose, & Throat disorders:


 Hearing Loss

 Ear Aches



 Sore Throat

 Vision Problems

Neurological disorders:



 Bell’s palsy

 Post-Stroke Rehabilitation

 Peripheral Neuropathy

 Acute and Chronic Pain

Gynecological disorders:


Painful or irregular menstruation  



prenatal and postnatal pregnancy


 sexual dysfunctions

Cardiovascular disorders:



 High Cholesterol

Are there any side effects from the needles?


There may be slight bruising from the needles or lightheadedness from getting up too quickly, however, most people experience a sense of calm and relaxation once the needles are in place. It is best to come to treatment after a light snack to avoid low blood sugar issues. After your treatment, give your body a moment to adjust. You may feel as if you've just woken up from a much-needed rest.

Strenuous activity before and after acupuncture is not recommended.


How many treatments are needed?


Generally, 6 to 12 treatments are needed to resolve existing health issues. The number of treatments will vary according to your condition. Chronic conditions take longer. We must also take into account your overall health and age with regards to how rapidly your body will heal.


What to wear?


It's best to dress in loose comfortable clothing that will allow easy access from the elbows and knees down. If access to the trunk of the body is needed accommodations can be made.