Doctor of Chinese Medicine
Acupuncture/Dry Needling & Chinese Herbal MedicineHigh Intensity Laser
As a Doctor of Chinese Medicine I draw upon my in-depth knowledge over the last 10 years to carefully select the particular aspect or technique of TCM that each patient requires. During this process I hope to educate them in the TCM disease process to actively engage them in their own healing process. This of course is dependent on many factors, not simply the current disease but also the physical, emotional and environmental demands on my patients. In this way we can see that a person is the sum total of all of their parts, therefore we will work together, as a team, to help you care for your body and live at your optimal potential.
My skills as a TCM practitioner have been steadied by my last 11 years of yoga teaching where I have been working with people and dis-ease through empowering people to better understand their body and begin their own healing journey.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), including acupuncture, is indeed an intricate and almost poetic system with a unique perspective on the human body, distinct from Western science. It operates on the concept of rebalancing energy, or “Qi,” which flows through meridians and plays a crucial role in health. Drawing parallels and comparisons between TCM and Western medicine can help bridge the gap in understanding, both for practitioners like myself and for clients who have embraced this beautiful healing modality.
Acupuncture, a key component of TCM, seeks to harmonize the body’s energy by delicately inserting needles into specific points. This practice is believed to unblock meridians, restore the balance of yin and yang energies, stimulate the body’s innate healing mechanisms, and regulate organ function by targeting precise acupuncture points.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) offers holistic approaches to improve fertility. It focuses on regulating menstrual cycles, enhancing egg and sperm quality, reducing stress, balancing hormones, promoting blood circulation, addressing underlying health issues, and supporting overall well-being. TCM can complement Western medical treatments for fertility but should be used in consultation with healthcare professionals. Its effectiveness varies among individuals, and ongoing research explores its benefits.
As an acupuncturist, my approach to alleviating pain and rehabilitating injuries is comprehensive, incorporating acupuncture/dry needling alongside advanced techniques such as trigger point release, motor point muscle activation, and the application of high-intensity laser therapy. This integrative approach seeks to harmonize the body’s energy flow, release muscle tension, optimize joint function, diminish pain signals, and fortify weakened muscles, offering a well-rounded solution for relief.
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