Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners use eastern healing modalities to provide holistic care. This may involve Chinese herbs, acupuncture for energy healing, or other treatments.
Chinese Medicine Practitioners
Acupuncture and eastern medicine
Acupuncture and Chinese medicine formula
1: Acupuncture needing for general pain management. 2: Online acupuncture points education; teaching patients online how to perform acupressure massage by themselves 3: Provide Chinese herbal formulas suggestions and acupressure methods about how to prevent and relief COVID-19 symptoms, like dry cough, shortness of breath, phlegm, fatigue, etc. 4: Advise to help for autoimmune diseases like fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, rheumatoid arthritis; gynaecology problems like dysmenorrhea, PMS; digestion problems, like GERD, diarrhea, constipation, etc.
Twin Cedars Holistic Health
Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine Yoga
Twin Cedars Holistic Health is a collaboration between Gavin and Agni Larsen; a husband-wife team who are passionate about healing through acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, with a focus on creating lasting health. We offer the highest standard of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese medical care, in a comfortable and professional environment. Our setting allows people of all kinds to have access to simple, down-to-earth guidance and expertise in a full range of Chinese medicine skills. These include acupuncture, cupping, gua sha, moxibustion, herbal medicine, postural assessment and yoga, as well as dietary and lifestyle recommendations. We listen, relate, and work closely with each patient and actively advance ourselves as practitioners through reflective practice, continuing education, and a firm eye on up-and-coming publications and research. We have a special interest in sports medicine and rehabilitation, pain and trauma, anxiety and depression, allergies, addictions, eating disorders, pregnancy, digestive and autoimmune conditions, dermatology, and nutrition. Twin Cedars Holistic Health addresses growing health care needs and offers an affordable, effective and natural approach to health. Our clients come from all age, gender, culture and religious associations. We provide an inclusive space where health care needs are listened to and create collaborative, personalized treatment plans to help individuals achieve their health goals.
Hoku Integrated Healthcare
At Hoku Integrated Healthcare we take the time to listen. Our goal is to help you return to your natural, healthy balanced state, free from any physical, emotional, or spiritual pain that causes you suffering. We can help you live your life to the fullest able to do what gives you joy.
BayVan Clinic - Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine
Acupuncture & Herbs
Patients choose BayVan. We don’t choose patient. Our clinic welcomes all patients with various kinds of disorders as mild as common cold as severe as CHD. Like many other acupuncture clinic, we treat pain syndromes, depression and insomnia. We are also specialized in treating gynaecological disorders and dermatological disorders. Patients with cancer and under chemotherapy and radiotherapy will get benefit from our acupuncture and herbal remedies which can boost immunity and help to control symptoms. We make diagnosis, predict prognosis and evaluate treatment effect through philosophies of both Chinese medicine and Western medicine. We treat a broad range of diseases, chronic and acute, mild and severe, simple and complicated, with approaches of acupuncture: general body acupuncture, electronic and laser acupuncture, cupping, gua, sha, tuina, etc, and Chinese herbal medicines: traditional dry herbs, modern granules, patent herbs, tinctures, etc.
Kristen Funk Medical Herbalist
What is Phytotherapy? Phytotherapy is the practice of using medicinal herbs to treat a variety of ailments and to bring the body back to a state of health and balance. It can be used complementary to other treatments or on its own. With an array of remedies from gentle to potent it is effective at treating long-standing chronic conditions as well as the acute, such as facilitating post-surgery healing or the common cold. The advantage in herbal medicine lies in its complexity. In each plant there are hundreds, if not thousands of compounds present that affect the body in a symbiotic manor. In even the most widely studied medicinal herbs, there are only a handful of compounds considered "active", meaning that it has a desired effect in the body. However, it is often the case that the plant with or without it's proposed active part will still exhibit this effect. It is because of the array of constituents pieced together in each plant in the perfect complimentary patterns that only nature can provide, that each herb has such a wide scope of medicinal properties. "Phytotherapy" vs "Herbal Medicine" Herbal medicine, or medical herbalism, is our oldest form of medicine and it is still used today by over 80% of the world's population. Western herbal medicine today draws on extensive traditional knowledge reaching back over 2000 years, as well as scientifically proven treatments (the two often overlapping). Phytotherapy is a term that emerged relatively more recently with the resurgence of herbal medicine in the UK. Literally meaning plant-therapy, it was coined by medical herbalists as they moved toward a more a scientific approach, separating them somewhat from the eclectics; a movement born in the 19th Century United States. Because this field is an unregulated profession, there is no official separation between the terms 'phytotherapist', 'herbalist', 'herbologist', 'natural therapist', and so forth, therefore the terms are often used interchangeably.
Dong Wei Li
Traditional Chinese medicine
He has helped patients find relief from headaches, insomnia, dizziness, chronic and acute pain, depression, digestive complaints and more. As well, Dong has a special interest in treating and supporting emotional & mental health. As a devoted Buddhist with an open heart, Dong believes our body's problems are deeply rooted in our mind's patterns, which governs our thoughts, actions, and words. Body and mind issues have to be balanced with the spirit at a deeper and higher level.