Acupuncture Help with

What Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine can help with?


Stress / Anxiety is a normal human emotion and most people will experience it in some degree. But Stress/Anxiety will becomes pathological when it repeatedly interferes with daily life.

Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese's Medicine can help to relieve the Stress / Anxiety.

In TCM, anxiety is the emotion most frequently associated with disorders of the Heart or/and Liver and instability of the spirit. It is more related with weakness of function of heart or/and liver.

TCM practitioners will assess the general state of health and identify the underlying pattern of disharmony. They will choice the best way to give the most effective treatment.

General speaking, Acupuncture can open the meridians of the body to let energy flow smoothly in the body. It will effect to relieve the symptom of Stress/ Anxiety. And the same time, Acupuncture can strengthen the organs functions to reduce the reason of Stress/ Anxiety.

In some case, natural herbs will use to help to treat Stress/ Anxiety too.

Pain relief

Acupuncture relief pain magically.

Acupuncture works with different way with painkiller. Painkiller is just numbness the nerve systems which make you couldn't feel pain, but it doesn't resolve the problems.

TCM theory thinks the pain comes from the block or stagnation of the energy. Which could be caused by invade of heat, cold, dampness, and/or organs function is weak that they couldn't circle of them.

Acupuncture can open the channels or meridians in block area. and help the energy flow over. In this way, acupuncture can relieve low back or other body pain. It means acupuncture is not only treat the symptoms, but also treat the root of it.

Headaches and Migraines

Acupuncture can offer powerful relief without the side effects that prescription and over-the-counter drugs can cause. Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine have been used to relieve Headaches and Migraines, as well as their underlying causes, for thousands of years and is a widely accepted form of treatment for headaches in our society. There are acupuncturists that specialize in the treatment of headaches and migraines and can help you manage your pain with acupuncture and Chinese herbs alone, or as part of a comprehensive treatment program.

Treating Eczema with Chinese Medicine

Eczema is a common condition among children and adults. It can be very distressing with inflammation and intense itching of the skin which can lead to misery day and night. Chinese herbal medicine is excellent in the treatment of eczema. Treatment with Chinese medicine is tailored to you as an individual. The practitioner will note your age and family history, the extent and colour of the rash and the degree of dryness/weeping and itching, whether there is blistering or pus, and other factors such as quality of sleep and digestion. The characteristics of your tongue and pulse, and mental/emotional aspects are taken into consideration. The practitioner will then choose a herbal formula (a combination of herbs), which may be modified during the course of treatment as the condition improves. This may be prescribed as medicine to take (teas or powders or pills) or as creams or ointment.

Acupuncture may be use to treat Eczema too. It will help to clear heat and toxin in the body, and to help the skin recover.


Acupuncture as part of the TCM as a treatment for infertility is used for a very long time. With the insertion of tiny sterile needles into acupoints located at specific points on the body the way the body functions can be regulated and the problem that affects fertility can be addressed.

By the theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) infertility occurs due to disrupted vital balance and blockages in the Qi energy and Blood circulation flow. When the free flow of the energy is blocked, it can cause deficiency, stagnancy or heat syndrome.

Infertility can be treated with Traditional Chinese Medicine, concretely with acupuncture and herbs. TCM is highly effective with no side effects. Acupuncture as part of the TCM as a treatment for infertility is used for a very long time. With the insertion of tiny sterile needles into acupoints located at specific points on the body the way the body functions can be regulated and the problem that affects fertility can be addressed. Acupuncture treatment can balance the hormones, strengthen the immune system, regulate the energy and Blood flow, remove the stasis and phlegm and stimulate the nervous system. With a combination of acupuncture and herbs, it is possible to improve the ovarian and follicular function and increase the blood flow to the endometrium.

Treating IBS with Chinese Medicine

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a common chronic condition which upsets the bowel (with either diarrhea or constipation or both at different times) causing discomfort or pain.

Chinese medicine is very effective at treating digestive problems. Chinese herbal treatment is take note of your digestion and bowel pattern, your energy levels, the characteristics of your tongue and pulse and the things that may trigger an attack, looking at the broader state of your heal if the underlying imbalance, and to choose a herbal formula (a combination of herbs), which may be modified as the condition improves. The treatment will be aimed at calming the bowels, clearing any residual infection if it is present and supporting your digestion to make it less vulnerable to stress.

Acupuncture may be use to treat IBS too.

Immunity boost

Acupuncture is well known as a method that increases blood circulation throughout the body and this rejuvenates a person giving him or her vital life energy. In the process acupuncture improves the functionality of the immune system and this makes the body more resistant to diseases of all sorts and also speeds up the healing time.

Acupuncture for Detox Cleanse

People can detoxify their body with acupuncture. Acupuncture is a major treatment component of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), which has been practised about 3000 years. Studies have consistently shown the efficacy of acupuncture for detoxification.

Detoxification is a process that substance abusers go through in their fight to overcome their addictions. Many acupuncture specialists have seen significant improvement in drug and alcohol addicts after they have undergone just one acupuncture session.

The acupuncture process for detoxification is usually done by inserting small needles into certain areas of the ear by trained acupuncture specialists. The whole goal is to help speed up the body’s will to get rid of toxins.

Acupuncture has a natural diuretic effect. The procedure helps your body detoxify by the elimination of toxins through the urinary tract. This is why you will see a widespread use of acupuncture for drug detox programs.

An acupuncture treatment can help you to reduce appetite or cravings, even as it eliminates blockage of the Qi. Once you regain your appetite, you do not feel as much desire for foods normally associated with sources of toxins. When you eat toxic foods, you instantly get a feeling of heaviness in the body, as the energy flow is disrupted once more. When you consume proper food, you continue to feel energised. Your body learns quickly which foods provide the most benefit. This is why acupuncture for detoxification of the body is so effective.

Thirdly, acupuncture is said to be a useful technique due to the perceived "pain" involved. Talking about needles is enough to send a tingle down most people’s spines. Unfortunately, needles are the only effective instruments to reach the acupuncture points, which, although near the skin, may be inside muscles, tendons, or joint spaces. In reality, a well trained acupuncturist can make acupuncture a less painful and more satisfying experience.

When the needle comes into contact with an acupoint, you experinece a sensation of numbness, aching, tingling, or heaviness in the area. This is known as the arrival of the Qi. You may conjure in your mind that the contact is painful. However, it is actually a signal from your body on the presence of toxins. Toxins were probably ingested through harmful foods, additives, polluted air and/or water. Even simple bad habits can also cause you to develop toxins.

TCM practitioners highly recommend acupuncture as a means to detoxify your body. In fact, they say that the more toxins you have, the stronger you will feel the effect. Pain is percevied than real. Discomfort is actually waht is felt but it soon disappears in an instant. TCM practitioners say that this is evidence that acupuncture used for the detoxification of the body is taking place.

Quit Smoking

FAQ about quit smoking

Q: What you do for quit smoking?

A: We use needle acupuncture to help people to quit smoking. The needle is very thin, and disposable.

Q: Is it true that after treatment, the body doesn’t accept any nicotine any more? With other words, that one can get even sick/nauseated/vomit?

A: After treatment, the first reaction of the body should be not addicted to nicotine, later on don't like nicotine. Acupuncture is to help people to quit smoke, if the person don't like to quit himself, acupuncture may not work well. If people try to smoke again, the reactions just like the person who is not smoker to beginning to try smoke.

Q: Can one use nicotine replacement therapy after that?

A: Nicotine replacement therapy is still used nicotine, instead of smoke; the body is still absorb nicotine by skin. After acupuncture quit smoking, nicotine replacement therapy will not need to use, otherwise, it should not a successful treatment.

Q: Will there be no withdrawal symptoms at all?

A: Most of people will no withdrawal symptoms, some person may still have some, but much less than expected, and easy to handle.

Q: Will the treatment help with your metabolism, like fat burning?

A: Quit smoking treatment is not related with metabolism, people may feel more calm then others during the treatment.

Q: Can one be treated while there is still “fresh” nicotine in the body?

A: Acupuncture can treat any stage of smoker, fresh smoker even easy to treat the long time smoker.

Q: What does the procedure cost?

A: We charge $100 for Initial Consultation & Treatment, $70 for follow up treatment; it is usually need 4-8 sections to quit. It only cost $300 to $600. It mostly equals the cost of 2 to 3 months of cigarette, but it will be benefit for rest of the life.


Insomnia is a form of sleep disorder where a person experiences difficulty in falling or staying asleep. Symptoms also include waking up often during the night and having trouble going back to sleep. Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) recognises that insomnia stems from a fundamental imbalance of energy, or yin and yang qi.

Sleep is part of the natural rhythm of yin and yang qi in the body. Yin and yang qi play opposite roles – in the day, yang qi dominates as it fuels the body’s activities and keeps us warm and alert. However, as day turns into night, the cooling, quiet and nourishing yin qi dominates. It helps slow down the body’s activity so that it is relaxed and calm for a good night’s sleep. When this natural rhythm is disrupted, there is an imbalance of yin and yang qi, which results in insomnia.

Some factors that cause yin and yang qi imbalance:

  • Dietary habits such as overeating, heavy meals and consumption of caffeinated and alcoholic beverages

  • Emotions such as anger, sorrow and extreme happiness

  • Exhaustion from activities such as excessive exercise, or overstimulation of the brain

  • Prolonged illness

  • Old age

In TCM terms, underlying factors that contribute to the development of insomnia include:

  • Liver fire (“heatiness”)

  • Liver and gallbladder damp heat

  • Heart qi deficiency

  • Heart fire

  • Spleen qi deficiency