Natural Therapies

Women’s wellness

Natural medicine has focused on women’s health for thousands of years. Many of the gynecological conditions that affect women today were discussed in early Chinese medical texts. Women of all ages can benefit from Traditional Chinese Medical (TCM) care.

We may do a variety of testing procedures to identify the nature of the problems.

For young women just beginning menstruating, acupuncture can help relieve menstrual cramps and the many symptoms associated with PMS. Many times women are told that cramps and symptoms of PMS are a normal part of being a woman. With natural medicine treatments many of the symptoms usually begin to quickly disappear.

Chronic menstrual problems like fibroids and endometriosis respond well to more long term care of acupuncture and herbal medicine. For women in menopause, treatments can greatly reduce hot flashes and night sweats to make this time of transition more comfortable. Treatments focus on stopping excessive sweating and restoring restfulness.

May 17, 2011 By : Category : Natural Therapies 7 Comments

Children’s wellness

Children are an important part of our practice.  We can help your children forge a new foundation of health upon which to build their lives.  Help your child maintain a healthy immune system, avoid antibiotics, and grow up healthy and happy.  For children we also emphasizes nutritional education and homeopathics with occasional botanical medicine used.

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Pain Free Programs

If you are reading this section, you are probably suffering with pain or you may know someone who is.  Please continue reading, because this page contains very important information on pain.

Because the cause of pain can vary from patient to patient and effective treatment methods vary as well, it is important to have a wide range of treatment modalities available to you .Acute pain is the most common symptom for which patients seek medical evaluation. New pain complaints result in 40 million visits to the doctor annually, and 45% of persons in the United States will visit a doctor for pain at some point in their lives. The prevalence of various chronic pain syndromes in the United States is estimated to range from 2% to 40%. Approximately 75 million persons in the United States live with “serious pain,” and nearly 50 million are partially or totally disabled by pain.

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