Most of us suffer from several chronic issues that seem entirely unrelated, but in fact stem from the same root cause.Just as there are many types of trees, there are many roots of disease.Your answers to the questions asked in your initial office consultation will help determine the root cause of your symptoms.

Awareness of the facts is one of several preventive measures that can be taken to assist you in making better decisions to keep you and someone you know safe.

The facts and statistics provided below are selections from studies and provide factual information based on the research team’s findings.

The information is not intended to diminish the possibility of risk to you or someone you know.

The symptoms (along with the Western diagnosis) that you currently experience, no matter the severity, are all considered “Branches”.

The root of the disease can likely be traced back many years.

This is one of the primary differences between modern Western and Traditional Chinese Medicine.

TCM will treat the branch (symptoms) along with the root cause of disease whereas modern Western medicine typically focuses treatment entirely on the branch.

Feel better: Acupuncture, gua sha, cupping, and herbal medicine were designed and perfected over thousands of years to help you feel better. Traditional Chinese Medicine is the longest enduring, continuously evolving, literate medicine in human history.

Live better: Part of the experience of Chinese Medicine is learning the tools to be a more active participant in your own health. Its methods of treatment, including acupuncture and botanical (herbal) medicine as well as auxiliary methods such as tui na, moxibustion, gua sha, eastern nutrition, and cupping, have been refined over thousands of years and applied to the successful healing of – quite literally – billions of patients.