Relieving Anxiety with Traditional Chinese Medicine

🔥❣️This patient was dealing with a general feeling of anxiety, shortness of breath and brain fog. Acupuncture was done at key points to address dampness, strengthen the spleen, reduce heart heat and soothe liver Qi. After that, some tuina, cupping and guasha were applied along the Taiyang & shaoyang meridians of the back to clear … Continue reading Relieving Anxiety with Traditional Chinese Medicine

How can an acupuncturist help with knee pain?

Knee pain is a very commonly experienced health issue. It can result from acute injury, like a sports trauma, or from chronic overuse. The tendons, muscles and bone quality can diminish over time leading to inflammation and irritation of the joint. Isolated accidents from a physical . Autoimmune disorders can also provoke knee pain. An … Continue reading How can an acupuncturist help with knee pain?

What does it mean to be AOBTA-C.P.?

The letters behind my name stand for American Organization for Bodywork Therapies of Asia, and C.P. means Certified Practitioner. "The American Organization for Bodywork Therapies of Asia is a national not-for-profit professional membership association of the practitioners, instructors, and schools/programs of the various Asian Bodywork Therapy (ABT) Forms. The AOBTA® was formed in 1989 when a … Continue reading What does it mean to be AOBTA-C.P.?

What are some of my techniques?

What are some of my techniques? TUI NA Tui na  is an ancient technique defined by strong and precise pressuring & manipulation of specific tissues and points, which regulate the harmonious flow of qi in every body.  Combining knowledge of modern anatomy with Traditional Chinese Medicine, careful stimulation of specific acupuncture meridians are assessed and focused … Continue reading What are some of my techniques?