Heal your body

Restablish & restore your life force. 

 

Chinese medicine views the body as an energetic system in dynamic balance. Qi, which can be translated as energy or life force, flows in a regular pattern through a system of channels — or meridians — to all parts of the body. Below is a list of issues we remedy with our techniques.

 
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Hepatitis C

Chinese medicine uses nutrition, acupuncture, heat therapies such as moxibustion, exercise, massage, meditation, and herbal medicine for the treatment of people with HCV

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Cancer Support

In China and many parts of the U.S. today, people with cancer seek out Chinese traditional medicine in addition — or as an alternative — to Western medical treatment. In China, women undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatment always have the choice to use Chinese herbal medicine and other therapies, such as Qi Gong exercise, as adjunctive therapies to reduce side effects and increase the efficacy of the Western treatment.

HIV Wellness

Putting yourself within the Eastern frame of mind will help you maximize the effectiveness of Western treatments (and lessen the negative side-effects). You’ll also be better able to manage HIV-associated disorders and diseases, such as sinusitis and chronic diarrhea, which often resist Western treatments.

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Women's Health

Chinese medicine offers you a way to use nutrition, exercise, self-acupressure and massage to maintain your gynecological health. And Chinese medicine practitioners have time-tested herbal remedies and acupuncture treatments for gynecological diseases and disorders.