Voted Favorite Acupuncturist in The Tri-Cities by the Tri-Cities news readers in 2012
" The reason I chose Acupuncture and Chinese medicine as a profession is the incredible reward of making a person's life healthier and therefore happier.
I truly love my job and feel blessed to be able to enjoy my practice daily and embrace every challenge with passion and determination. "
B.Sc., Reg. Acup., DTCM
What can acupuncture do for you?
Each individual is always considered unique, and treatment is planned to help the patient return to a balanced state of health. The practitioner and the patient work together to achieve optimum health. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) views the patient as a whole to treat and prevent illness, and achieve balance within the body, mind and spirit. TCM uses Acupuncture, herbal remedies, massage and nutrition as its main sources of healing.
Can acupuncture treat my condition?
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), which includes acupuncture, is an ancient healing system that sees the body-mind process as an integrated whole. TCM views the environment, mental-emotional state, diet and lifestyle, as equally important factors in a person’s well being, and when balanced, lead to harmony. So many conditions can be addressed using acupuncture. Read more...
Is acupuncture painful?
New patients always ask that question. I usually tell them I will insert one needle only and see how they feel, and they can decide if they want to proceed. And in my many years of practice, I have never seen anyone walk away. In fact, patients are surprised how relaxed they feel. Of course the dimmed light, the soft music and the heating lamp may contribute to this. Give it a try, you won't regret it.