With and without needles
Acute, Sub-acute conditions require fewer treatments than Chronic, repeat injury, or long-standing conditions. Visit frequency reduces as symptoms resolve and recovery goals for chronic conditions will be re-evaluated at the end of each course of treatment to determine the maintenance protocol. A care plan outlines the steps of care for acute and chronic issues.
Simple, non joint compressing rehabilitation exercise programs may be added at any time during treatment as part of a comprehensive recovery protocol. When regular aerobic exercise isn't possible, these specific movements encourage flow of blood without aggravating weak or injured joints.
Customized dietary guidance based on traditional Chinese medicine dietary theory. Based on patient's body constitution, specific guidelines, tips, tweaks to current diet will be promoted and monitored throughout treatment. Please inquire for more details.
Herbal therapy is more affordable than conventional medicine and more accessible. Handled by expert, trained practitioners, traditional Chinese herbal medicine can greatly aid chronic, stubborn issues and
Each herbal formula is specific to a set of signs and symptoms that only a trained practitioner can treat.
Meditation has been clinically shown to
Give it eight weeks and watch your life change!
Neurological disorders are increasing yearly. Concussions, traumatic brain injury, long term low grade infections... these all can affect critical nervous system functions: Executive functioning, ability to plan, analyze, and problem solve, reaction time, memory, balance, gait, impulse control, and more. With proper diagnosis of the root issue, one can recover faster with a new protocol tested in universities and now available only in Los Angeles in this clinic. This acupuncture system analyzes where the nervous system is inhibited and helps reset and reboot giving significant neurovascular circulation benefits to the patient.
"...studies have shown that FIR (heat) radiation produces thermal and non-thermal effects, such as increasing artery blood flow, and peripheral blood circulation, improving endothelial function, alleviating fatigue and pain, reducing blood pressure, and promoting capillary dilatation..." Safe to do daily for most people.
Regular heat therapy through FIR gives great results at lower temps so can be better tolerated for those sensitive to standard heat sources. Ask if you are a good match for this therapy.
Mindfulness-based stress reduction MBSR has been widely researched for its benefits. Cutting edge neuroscience studies (specifically for anxiety, depression, insomnia and chronic pain) support benefits of the brain reaching deeper meditation levels via this method faster than trying it solo. Enhance the beneficial effects of reduced stress and chronic pain, enhanced immunity, focus and memory. Help eliminate brain fog, mental fatigue, poor concentration. Enhance sport performance, academic performance, any performance. With acupuncture included, the effects are remarkable!
Not just for pretty feet... Neuropathy and other foot and leg injuries. Speed recovery from surgery. Increase blood flow to various areas in pain from impeded circulation. See the "Where I Get My Herbs" flip book on the Home page. Sustainably, consciously harvested from micro-farms in one of the purest places left on earth, this remarkable formula may be experienced in-house or as a take home therapy and is specific for foot and other leg pain, menstrual or fibroid pain, other idiopathic abdominal pain, digestive pain, and certain types of headaches. Specific cases of reduced insomnia and lowered blood pressure have also been reported.
Experience the life enhancing effects of regular practice of a simple and effective ancient practice. It predates Taichi and is the source of other martial arts. Ability friendly. Powerful. From easy movements to simple breathing techniques, an 8 week course will set you on a path to improving or maximizing wellness. Find out when the next series begins!
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