“Lingering diseases are still curable, those whose regard such diseases as incurable have not actually mastered the skills.”
– Yellow Emperor’s Canon of Medicine · Spiritual Pivot
《黄帝内经 · 素问》
More Than 20 Years of Experience
Bringing You Time Honoured Oriental Healing Art
Infertility Acupuncture - We Help Both Women and Men
Start with fertility planning and assistance by acupuncture and Chinese medicine, timing is critical, we work with your schedule to form treatment plan for your fertility treatments.
Modalities We Use Treating Pain
– Multi-modalities of natural therapies are used
The innovative laser needle for acupuncture, therapy of deep tissue layers and laser blood irradiation (non-invasive)
Traditional disposable fine needles used to insert into acupuncture points delivering stimulation to meridians to treat disorders.
Easy taking cGMP granulated Chinese herbal medicine is used for treating disorders systemically together with acupuncture.
Chinese style remedial massage for muscular stiffness, pain and internal disorders being used in conjunction with acupuncture.
Balanced nutritions with good eating and life style modification are critical for recovery from illness.
We use traditional fire cupping in treating muscular pain, sports injuries and skin disorders.
Clearing toxin through gentle scoop sliding on the skin create light bruising to treat various disorders.
Tai Chi / Qi Gong
Tai Chi for health cultivation being used in our clinic and taught to our patients for their self practice.
The Most Natural Yet Powerful Way To Your Natural Fertility
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