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Acupuncture is the use of thin, filiform needles inserted into specific points on the body. Traditional Chinese style acupuncture treatment seeks to help relieve any imbalances or pain in the body while also simultaneously improving overall health and well-being. Initial session includes consultation and evaluation, which is used to guide a treatment strategy for the acupuncture treatments. For some cases, electro-acupuncture is used in which regular acupuncture needles are used with electric wires attached to them to help conduct electricity through the points. Read More 

This service is acupuncture treatment that is directed at specific areas of the face, although the whole body is treated during a session, in order to bring about a rejuvenation of the face and neck. Using acupuncture, along with acupressure, facial cupping, micro roller, and gua sha, this service can help with fine lines and wrinkles, sagging skin, acne scars, puffiness, dull complexion, etc. while also addressing overall health and vitality. Initial session includes a consultation and evaluation as well as the price of personal micro derma roller. Read More

This treatment takes the traditional facial and puts a Chinese medicine spin on it. Patients feel the benefit of essential oils and creams, facial cupping, acupressure and gua sha on the overall complexion and texture of their skin - helping to reveal radiant, even and "youthful" appearing skin. Helps aide in lymphatic and blood circulation as well. A service for those not interested in the use of needles but still wish to benefit from Chinese medicine. Read More

Chinese orthopedic massage is a very detailed and individualized form of massage in which the practitioner uses their hands, fingers, wrists, forearms and elbows with various rhythmic compression techniques along different channels of the body to establish harmonious flow throughout the body and bring it back to balance. By applying pressure to specific channels, acupoints and groups of muscles and nerves, tui na removes blockages, like inflammation, poor circulation and knots, and works deeply with the various levels of the body and internal healing system. Read More


Both of these are ancient forms of alternative medicine. For cupping, cups are placed onto the skin in order for suction to be created; the suction helps to pull the circulatory systems closer to the surface of the skin which can help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation and cold/virus relief. There are many types: stationary/dry, moving and wet. Gua sha or "coining," is the use of a flat, edged tool that is moved along the lines of muscles and tendons to help increase circulation and decrease inflammation. Like cupping, there are many therapeutic uses for gua sha. 


Home visits are also available, for those who are unable to come to the office in person. All services offered at the office are also available for home visits. However, the initial consultation must be conducted either in office, via a representative of the patient or with the patient present if possible, or over the phone. All treatments may be conducted at the home and/or medical facility. If at a medical facility, there may be limitations on what may or may not be performed (i.e. no acupuncture but tui na and acupressure may be allowed).