Our Specialized Treatment

We specialize in various kinds of treatments.


Acupuncture, one of the traditional Chinese medical therapies, is certified by WHO and FDA (USA). Here we offer the full scale acupuncture clinic. Our acupuncturists specialize in an area such as Paraplegia, Hemiplegia, Bell’s palsy, numbness, pain, skin infection, psoriasis, etc. with highest quality acupuncture treatment in a relaxed environment.

A key component of traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture is most commonly used to treat pain, as well as, is safe, gentle, and effective done by trained-in-China acupuncturist with 15 years of experience.

Acupuncture is part of a comprehensive medical system, originating in China over 2000 years ago. In the last few decades, it has gained much popularity in the United States. Acupuncture utilizes fine needles which are inserted at specific points on the body. These needles regulate the body's natural energy, what is also referred to as Qi (pronounced "chee"). Health is seen as harmonious and balanced flow of Qi, when this flow is disrupted, illness occurs.

Needles ?

The needles used in acupuncture treatments are very thin, about the width of a hair. Unlike hypodermic needles, acupuncture needles are solid and thin, not designed to cut the skin. The needles do not hurt when inserted properly. Many people feel the Qi arriving at the point and experience a tingling or heavy sensation. We only use needles that are individually packaged, sterilized, and disposable- never saved or reused.

What other Oriental Medicine Techniques Can Be Used During a Treatment ?


Electro-Acupuncture is the use of small electrical currents through the acupuncture needles. Electro-stimulation is often used in conjunction with acupuncture to enhance a treatment. Electro-acupuncture has been proven to decrease pain, accelerate tissue healing, and significantly reduce inflammation, edema and swelling.


Oxibustion is a technique in which a Chinese herb called mugwort or Artemesia Vulgaris is used to apply heat to an acupuncture point. It is used to treat certain debilitating conditions as well as arthritis and pain. Moxa is usually rolled into a stick the size of a cigar, lit, and held over specific areas of the body. Moxa can also be placed onto the handle of an acupuncture needle, allowing deeper penetration of heat.


Cupping is a technique where a glass cup or bamboo jar is suctioned onto the body and allowed to sit for about ten minutes. This technique stimulates circulation, relieves swelling, and greatly enhances an acupuncture or Electro-acupuncture treatment. Cupping is used for many conditions including; back pain, shoulder pain, neck pain, common colds and influenza.