General Health

  Acupuncture and Chinese medicine are well-known for treating:

Digestive issues  such as irritable bowel syndrome, heart burn, hiccups, nausea, diarrhea, constipation, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, and bloating are commonly treated by Traditional Chinese Medicine.

According to the theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine, digestive issues can be significantly affected and aggravated by unstable emotional changes. This can be stress, anxiety, rapid lifestyle, and environmental changes. It is therefore essential to manage a balanced emotional state during acupuncture treatment and daily life.

Our practitioners provide tailored treatment plans through TCM diagnosis for each patient’s condition in combination with recommendations regarding change in diet and lifestyle.

Respiratory problems

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the lung is characterized as the fragile organ situated atop of all other organs like an umbrella.  Because of this emphasis, the lung is prone to be afflicted first and should be treated early to prevent deterioration of health.

Acupuncture, Chinese herbs, and cupping have a significant efficacy in treating respiratory problems. Treatment responds well in severe asthma patients, helps improve lung function, and clears phlegm congestion and chronic inflammation.

Depression  has been extensively researched in many Traditional Chinese Medicine literature by renowned practitioners.  According to Traditional Chinese Medicine theory, the cause of depression can be complicated but one common cause is long-term emotional oppression which leads to significant functional imbalance of the body.  Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine can be effective forms of treatment for mild and moderate cases of depression.


In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the cause of fatigue is multifaceted and encompasses the declining function of the internal organs associated with a multitude of disease states. It can cause pain, insomnia, depression, a weakened immune system, and other symptoms leading to a poor quality of life.  Our practitioners combine acupuncture and Chinese medicine to help restore energy and improve the underlying condition.  Diet, lifestyle, and recuperating care play an essential role in enhancing the process of recovering.

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