Hub City Healer: Your Path to Wellness
With the tools of Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Massage and the nursing perspective, I look to partnering with each patient and see each person as a unique whole, and offer to them individualized compassionate care. As a practitioner, treatments are aimed at re-establishing balance and harmony to the patient's body. The time is now. Please contact me today to begin your own healing journey.
Balance Your Chi
Traditional Chinese Medicine is a holistic system of medicine aimed to treat and prevent disease by the gentle promotions of health and well-being. Through the stimulation of specific acupoints on the body, acupuncture can bring the body, mind and spirit into this resulting state of proper function and health. Today the National Institute of Health officially acknowledges and recommends acupuncture as a form of healthcare for a variety of ailments. Come check it out for yourself!
Chinese Herbal Medicine
An Ancient Science
The process of treating disease in traditional Chinese Medicine is defined as differentiating patterns of disharmony (how people get sick) and determining the proper treatment to restore harmony within the person. Herbal formulas are put into practice as an integral process where the particular configurations of substances in the formulas work together to effectively treat the disease. The herbal formula incorporates specific herbs that as a whole synchronize and help each patient in their own healing process.
The art of massage provides anything from relieve of stress and tension to a deeper more specific focus on physical ailments. A few physical benefits of massage include increasing the exchange of substances between blood and tissue cells, escalates the elimination of waste that is stored in muscle tissues, heightens the oxygenation of tissues as well as stimulates the relaxation response within the nervous system. While there are a number of different massage modalities, NeuroMuscular therapy is a precise thorough examination and treatment of the body's soft tissues using regionally oriented protocols.
"Our life is what our thoughts make it"