sinus infection, nasal inflammation, chronic laryngitis, ear infection, Meniere's Disease
bronchitis, uncomplicated bronchial asthma, mild pulmonary emphysema, cough & phlegm, common cold and flu, nasal congestion, breathing difficulty
stomach inflammation, chronic duodenal ulcers, colon inflammation, constipation, diarrhea, dysentery caused by certain bacteria, peptic ulcer, Crohn’s disease, acid reflux
uncomplicated cataracts, inflammation of the conjunctiva, inflammation of the central retina, nearsightedness (in children)
Our team will support you in building a healthier you. No matter what your health needs are, having a team support will keep you on the path to meeting them. We work together to connect you with the services you need.
headaches, migraines, certain facial paralysis or nerve pain, Bell's Palsy, paralysis after stroke, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, arthritis, bursitis, tendonitis, sciatica, low back pain, Osteoarthritis.
Weight loss, smoking cessation, alcohol abuse, drug detoxification.
We have special programs to help you quit a compulsive eating or nervous eating habit.
More notably, Mr. Cheng has successfully treated cardiovascular problems such as hypertension, arrhythmia, palpitations, and hypothyroidism.
Does it hurt?
If a practitioner creates the correct stimulation with the needle, the patient should feel some tingling, electric sensation, or cramping either in the proximity of the needle or traveling along the affected meridian. Though some people may categorize these sensations as types of pain, the discomfort, if one should experience any, is usually mild and tolerable
How deep do the needles go?
Depending on the nature of the problem, the location of the acupoint, and the patient’s age and size, the needle may be inserted 1/8-1 inch
When will I get results?
Cases that respond to acupuncture treatment usually
show improvement after two or three visits.