Our core beliefs and practices are focused on YOU – this means we place priority on spending the time to get to know you, your lifestyle and changes to your body in order to get to the bottom of causes and contributing factors.
While many practices will see anywhere from 2-4 patients per hour with limited face time and services performed, we dedicate our full focus and efforts on one patient at a time.
This works to your advantage as it enables us to thoughtfully devise a treatment plan that incorporates not only acupuncture but a combination of treatment therapies including herbal medicine, nutritional advice, cupping, gua sha, tuina massage, E-stim, herbal liniments and vibroacoustic therapy.
THE RESULT? More accurate diagnoses and the ability to get to the ROOT of the issue rather than simply treating symptoms, leading to faster results and long-term recovery.
We are all a work in progress, as we journey through life to attain our goals of health and happiness. Just as in life, the human body is always in a state of dynamic transformation, striving to reach balance & harmony as conditions change from moment to moment.
We are honored to be a part of your transformative journey, and look forward to working with you to reach optimal physical, emotional and spiritual health.
Acupuncture is one of the oldest medical treatment therapies in history. The earliest recorded manuscripts and evidence of acupuncture meridians dates back to more than 2,500 years ago.
Herbal medicine is a powerful and effective solution for both acute and chronic conditions, drawing upon thousands of herbs and minerals categorized according to function, nature, temperature, taste and organs entered.
As people become more aware of the toxic nature of Botox injections, facial acupuncture has become popular as a natural solution to boost circulation, collagen production and muscle tone.
Tui na is one of the oldest forms of bodywork in the world. Originating from China, it has been practiced for more than 4,000 years and is the basis on which Shiatsu & Swedish massage are founded.
Cupping is a therapy in which cups are used to create a suction on the skin. Although used for over 2,000 years, the therapeutic effects of cupping have gained recent recognition due to its use by celebrities and athletes.
E-Stim, or electrical stimulation, involves the attachment of electrodes to acupuncture needles. The continued stimulation increases blood flow and boosts the function of the acupoint to accelerate the healing process.
Moxibustion involves the burning of a medicinal herb and considered to be just as powerful as acupuncture in the treatment of disease. Ancient texts say when acupuncture does not help, moxibustion may be the answer.
All matter vibrates and resonates at a specific frequency. Sound and vibrational healing have been used since ancient times for its therapeutic effects to reset cellular vibrations, accelerate healing and restore balance.
Gua sha involves the use of a smooth surface such as a jade tool or porcelain spoon to scrape the surface of the skin. Similar to cupping, gua sha acts to remove blockages, increase blood flow and promote healing.
Acupuncture is often used in integrative cancer care centers nationwide as a solution for side effects of chemotherapy, radiation treatments, medications and surgeries. Commonly treated symptoms include neuropathy, nausea, constipation, digestive issues, night sweats, hot flashes, fatigue, anxiety and depression, as well as for immune support. At Memorial Sloan Kettering ...
Tinnitus is a subjective sensation of hearing a sound in the absence of an external stimulus, and can be severe enough to significantly affect a patient’s quality of life. It is a common condition, however little is known about the etiology and there is no known effective surgical or pharmacological treatment to date. Many are turning to Eastern medicine - learn more abo...
For thousands of years, acupuncture and Chinese herbs have been used to treat the resulting dysfunction after stroke, including neurological deficits, cognitive impairments, hemiplegia, swallowing function and motor impairment. In modern China the use of acupuncture is well accepted for post-stroke rehabilitation as part of a comprehensive strategy used in conjunction with...
I've been getting treated for anxiety and feel as if I can handle things better, especially at my highly stressful job. Even though nothing in my life has changed, I just feel calmer. Dr. Lee combines acupuncture with tuning forks and it is SO relaxing - it has become something I look forward to every week.
I've had constipation for years and didn't even know it. I thought it was normal to go every few days until I started talking about it. My body feels so much happier and lighter now that I'm able to go every day. I love that whatever problem I'm having that day, Dr. Lee seems to be able to get rid of it.
I'm a marathon runner and my knees and hips are often in pain, so I went in for a visit. After just one treatment the pain was gone and I noticed the difference in my running. My strides were smoother and I was able to run longer in comfort. I plan on making this a regular part of my maintenance plan.
I've been suffering from TMJ and migraines for years. The treatments have helped to not only reduce my jaw pain but stabilized my stress levels and improved my sleep as well. I no longer grind my teeth in my sleep and I haven't had a migraine since I started getting acupuncture.
I had never tried acupuncture before but my chiropractor recommended that I go for my back pain so I gave it a try. It has been life changing! Every time I go, I walk in with pain and walk out with almost none. I had no idea the kinds of things we could work on - now we've moved on to my digestive issues.