Chinese Medicine

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Even though there is a deep connection to the ancient past with Chinese medicine, in modern times it is progressing and become more acceptable alongside modern medicine as more labratory and clinical research has been conducted with evidence based medicine studies. Health in Chinese medicine is defined as all organs functioning properly, so we concentrate on treatments if any of them show signs and symptoms of imbalance.

We practice the 4 pillars of Chinese Medicine:

  1. Nutrition and Herbs
  2. Acupuncture
  3. Tui-Na massage
  4. Mind-body: Neigong/Qigong/Taijiquan/Meditation

Chinese Dietary Therapy, Herbs, teas, and herbal formulas and tinctures. We have a entire section dedicated to this here.

Acupuncture, Cupping, Gua Sha, Moxabustion,  E-stim, Baths, Soaks, Patches, and more here.

Tui-Na/Massage as ways to help manage body aches and pains.  We have a entire section dedicated here.

Neigong, Qigong, Meditation, and Taijiquan aka “Tai Chi” we feel is the ultimate at home training you can do to help the body, mind, and spirit. We have a entire section dedicated to Taijiquan here. as stress reducers to mind, body, and spirit. Meditation systems here.