Our treatment options involves completely natural therapy, herbal formula, and dietary medicine, to name a few. We use sterilized, disposable needles which are inserted into the body and high quality Chinese herbs to stimulate the body to bring it back into balance. There are no side effects. This means a great deal to those who have chronic illnesses and take many medications.
There are about 400 different points of the body linked together by “nerve centers.” These “meridians” control the flow of vital life energy forces called qi (pronounced chee). Illness only results when qi is out of balance. To rebalance the energy, trained acupuncturists insert disposable hair-thin stainless steel needles at a slight angle to stimulate a new flow of healing energy.
Western medicine understands the release of “endorphins” vital to energizing the body’s attempts to protect and restore itself when threatened. Chinese medicine produces results by stimulating the natural defenses of the body with acupuncture and natural herbs. It is a self-healing system that has produced results for thousands of years without unnecessary surgery or the use of drugs with serious side effects.
We prepare and use all natural plants and minerals as prescriptive medicine. Traditional Chinese herbs treat many disorders and diseases successfully. Herbs affect blood and Qi disorders through nourishment and assimilation. We customize a formula for a patient’s condition. Ling’s Acupuncture clinic carries over 300 combinations of highly concentrated herbs and formulas. All products conform to USDA heavy metal restrictions and do not contain harmful artificial colors or preservatives.
Auricular Acupuncture (ear points)
This treatment is used with body acupuncture as a means of drug and alcohol detoxification amid withdrawal, weight control and relaxation promotion. Auricular Acupuncture can be used to alleviate the following types of pain:
- Injury traumas
- Nerve disorders
Moxibustion is related to and often practiced with acupuncture. It focuses heat to acupoints using a powdered substance (moxi) that increases blood circulation.
A technique that is especially useful in the treatment of problems of local Qi, or blood stagnation in the channels, and is usually performed as an alternative to acupuncture.
A strong method of self-treatment handed down in China. The TCM doctor, recommends an energetically balanced diet to treat disharmonies and particularly many diseases in the digestive system.
What are the Great Advantages of Chinese Medicine?
It is a completely natural therapy. We use sterilized, disposable needles which are inserted into the body and high quality Chinese herbs to stimulate the body and bring it back into balance. There are no side effects. This means a great deal to those who have chronic illnesses and take many medications.
The body is a whole system. Chinese medicine emphasizes body and environment as a whole. The weather, seasons, living and work condition are affecting our health. Each part of the body is connected. A headache can be a sign of organ imbalance. Many symptoms can be caused by one imbalance of the organs. It is important for us to treat the whole person, not just symptoms.
We treat every person individually. Many people have the same disease but the individual condition is different so the treatment is different. For example, two people have bronchitis, one has yellow and thick sputum; we believe the body has too much heat, which is too much Yang. The other person has clear thin sputum; that means too much Yin is in the body. So the treatment of bronchitis for two cases will be two completely different formulas.
To treat a disease, we are always looking for the cause. Any symptom of a disease is an imbalance of internal organs. Treating the cause of disease will bring the body back to balance.
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