Acupuncture is a system of healing, which has been practiced in China for over several thousand years. Acupuncture has become increasingly popular throughout the world for its safety, effectiveness, and lack of side effects.
At Chinese Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Center, we treat your whole body
We look at how your whole body is functioning! Our acupuncture system has 12 regular meridians, 12 meridian branches, 15 collaterals, 12 meridian tendons, 12 skin areas, and 8 extraordinary vessels to connect all parts of body. Through acupuncture we will use local and long distance points to get your whole body in good balance!
We will find and treat the origin of your problem
The first step to treatment is to examine your whole body: face color, walking gait, strengths or weaknesses, etc. Second, we will observe any particular smells indicating particular dysfunctions, such as diabetes. Third, we will ask you questions, what is your main concern, how long has it lasted, what kind treatment you have had, etc. The last step is taking your pulse, from which we will be able to determine imbalances in your body such as efficient or excess, heat or cold, dampness or phlegm, etc. After diagnosis, we will identify the origin of the problem, and treat it!
Insurance is accepted when dealing with auto insurance based on an injury involving an automobile.
Electroacupuncture is a type of acupuncture where a small electric current is passed between a pair of needles. It is good for pain, muscle communication, and speedy recovery. The electric current is very low, so it is safe.
Tunia is considered a type of medical massage; however, it is deeper than typical a massage. The practitioner may use eight principles or methods including brush, knead, roll/press, and rub the areas between each of the joints for balancing your body. Gua Sha is when the practitioner targets big muscle areas or special points with a spoon or similar tool until they turn red. 95% of people experience pain improvement in their neck, back, sciatica, etc.
Chinese Herb Therapy dates back thousands of years ago and has helped people with many conditions including:
Dr. Fan specializes in prescribing Chinese Herbs based many different medical conditions and diagnosis.
Dongming Acupuncture Clinic
Dr. Fan currently uses cupping to help his patients gain more energy. Cupping is an ancient Chinese method of moving Qi and resolving blood stagnation. A partial vacuum is created in glass cups placed on the skin either by means of heat or suction. This draws up the underlying tissues. When the cup is left in place on the skin for a few minutes, blood stasis is formed and localized healing takes place. This method is used mostly for pain, muscle itching, and soreness.
Chinese Herb Therapy
Consultation for new clients (one time charge): $50.00
Acupuncture Treatment: $80.00
Acupuncture + Tunia: $100.00
Acupuncture + Cupping: $100.00
Acupuncture + Electroacupuncture: $100.00
Pre-pay for 5 sessions: $375.00 Add $20 for each additional service
Consultation for herb: $50.00/each visit
Home/Hospital calls: $200.00
Acupuncture, a traditional Chinese medicine has been used for thousands of years. It is a safe and effective treatment for a variety of conditions when performed correctly. Women suffering from infertility issues may benefit from acupuncture, through increasing blood flow to the reproductive organs. Learn more about acupuncture, and find out how this ancient practice can help with fertility.
"Acupuncture has been used for centuries to treat some but not all causes of infertility. For example, acupuncture will not work to address tubal adhesions which can occur as a result of pelvic inflammatory disease or endometriosis.
Clinical observations from the Berkley Center for Reproductive Wellness suggest that the most effective fertility treatments involve a combination of acupuncture and traditional medicine. However, conception occasionally occurs when acupuncture without traditional medical interventions."
- American Pregnancy Association