We focus on evidence-based and value-based medicine for those experiencing sub-optimal health issues to nurse themselves back to optimal wellbeing, such as:

Women’s and Men’s Health

Hormonal changes and stress can affect reproductive organs, which will cause imbalances to physical, emotional and mental health.  

TCM treatments rebalance the hormones and release stress from the body and tension at the reproductive organs.

Digestive Health

According to TCM principles, the spleen governs our digestive system and its role is to digest digesting the food and water we consume, converting them into Qi and Blood, subsequently transporting them to different parts of our body for nourishment.

Dietary habits and humid environments may disrupt the digestive system's ability to transport fluids, thus causing water retention, or dampness that indicates Spleen deficiency in TCM.

Herbal medication can help to regulate the Spleen Qi, and moxibustion is frequently used to treat fatigue from Spleen Qi and Yang deficiency.

Sleep and Mental Health

Insomnia can cause many problems, largely due to fatigue. These include low energy, difficulty concentrating, mood disturbances, and potentially poor performance at school or work. When insomnia lasts more than just a night or two, the secondary symptoms can become compound over time. A person may quickly find multiple areas of their life affected, especially mental health as well as their general quality of life.

Researchers found that acupuncture was more effective at improving insomnia symptoms, sleep efficiency, and total sleep time during treatment. Patient's awakenings during sleep and self-rated anxiety improved significantly from 2 to 4 weeks after treatment.

While auricular acupuncture is a type of acupuncture performed specifically in the ear, it is also commonly used for treatment of anxiety.