About Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine
What is Acupuncture? Developed over 3000 years ago, acupuncture is the insertion of hair-thin needles into specific points on the body. The needles work by stimulating, building, and unblocking energy and by helping the body return to a balanced and healthy state. Once the body is balanced, it heals itself.
Fertility Treatments: Oriental Medicine has been used for centuries to support fertility. It is safe, effective, and non-invasive and can be used on its own and has been shown in clinical trials to increase the efficacy of IVF treatments.
My practice offers a unique combination of acupuncture, Maya Abdominal Therapy, food therapy, and Chinese herbs to help increase your chances of getting pregnant and having a healthy pregnancy. Acupuncture supports and regulates the hormones, increases circulation to the ovaries and uterus, supports digestion, and treats stress. Whether you are hoping to achieve pregnancy naturally or using Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART), I can help you achieve your dream of have a healthy baby.
What is Chinese Herbal Medicine? The Chinese have categorized over 5000 substances according to their medicinal actions. Patients are prescribed customized herbal formulas to treat specific ailments or to maintain general well-being. Herbs are given in a variety of forms, both internally and externally.
Other Conditions: The World Health Organization recognizes over 200 disorders for which patients can receive benefits from acupuncture.
Listed below are some of the conditions I have successfully treated. If you do not see your condition, please contact me for more information. Please ask me about conditions Western doctors are baffled by or say that there is no treatment for.
Fertility Low Ovarian Reserve Pregnancy Support Morning Sickness Post-Natal Support
Male Fertility Low Sperm Count Abnormal Sperm Parameters Impotence Dizziness Vertigo Asthma
Women’s Health and Hormonal Balance Menopause PMS Vaginitis Low libido
Irregular Menses Painful Menses (Dysmenorrhea) Endometriosis Fibroids Cystitis Incontinence UTI
Digestion Constipation Diarrhea IBS Nausea Acid Reflux Colitis Eczema
Insomnia Anxiety Depression Rashes Herpes Diabetes Support Hemorrhoids Varicose Veins
Tilted Uterus Retroverted Uterus C-Section Scar Scar Tissue Prolapse
Low back pain Sciatica Shoulder pain Knee pain Ankle pain Joint pain
Headache Migraines Neck pain/Stiff neck Bulging disc Carpal Tunnel
Allergies Cold and flu Sinus Infection Rhinitis Ear infection Post dental procedure nerve pain Toothache