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Chinese Acupuncture

Classic acupuncture is the art of inserting fine, sterile, metal filiform needles into certain points along the channels and collaterals (tributaries of the channels) in order to control the flow of the Qi. These needles are used only once, sterile and disposable. They alter the flow of Qi, so that the body can heal itself. Sometimes we use minute waves of electricity by attaching a small machine to the needles.

Facial Renewal Acupuncture

Non surgical, healthy and beautiful aging.

Acupuncture and chinese herbs offer a holistic approach to looking and feeling younger.

Normal results from treatment can:
• reduce wrinkles
• lift droopy eyelids
• clear or reduce age spots
• refine skin tone and texture
• and give you an overall rejuvenated appearance

You should also feel better and enjoy many other health benefits.

Call today to learn more about this gentle, healthy approach to facial rejuvenation.

Chinese Herbal Medicinals

These consist of plants, mineral and animals. They are given in adjunction to the acupuncture treatment, and have a very large place in Traditional Chinese Medicine. They harmonize the mind- body-spirit, and reverse of prevent diseases. They should only be taken under the supervision of a trained herbalist.

They usually come in pill form, powder form, or as raw herbs which you need to boil and drink daily.

Moxibustion

Moxibustion consists of burning some of the herb moxa (Chinese mugwort) over specific channel points or certain areas of the body. It’s effect is to warm, tonify and stimulate. By doing so, it prevents diseases and preserves health.

Moxa can be used with a cigar looking roll of herbs which after lighting is waved on specific area of the body, or by little pallets attached to the needle.

Cupping

Cupping is a method of treating disease by causing local congestion. The glass jars are heated with a small flame, creating a small vacuum. They are then applied to the skin, drawing up the underlying tissues and forming blood stasis. Sometimes the cupping is done over the needle.