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Traditional Chinese Medicine is a complete medical system that is capable of diagnosing and successfully treating a wide range of conditions. Acupuncture is also often used as a preventative medicine. Many people see us for routine health maintenance, which we call it as "Health Tune-up" or "Balancing" treatment. This can prevent diseases and promote health, energy and vitality.


Acupuncture for Pain
Acupuncturist places fine needles at certain points to release your body's natural painkillers - endorphins for easing headache, neck, and shoulder pain.

The World Health Organization (WHO), whose authority concerning health-related matters internationally cannot be challenged, has compiled a list of symptoms, syndromes, disease processes, pathologies, traumas and conditions that have definitely been proven as effectively treated by acupuncture. The WHO has also compiled a list of diseases, symptoms and conditions for which acupuncture has shown definite therapeutic effects, but more proof is needed to establish acupuncture as a mainstream form of treatment.

In an official report, the WHO has listed symptoms, diseases and conditions that have been shown through controlled trials to be treated effectively by acupuncture. The table below is a list of health problems which are commonly treated.

Commonly Treated Conditions with Acupuncture
(This is NOT a complete list of what Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine can treat.)
Emotional & Psycho. Ear, Eye, Nose Gynecological Gastrointestinal
Anxiety Dry Mouth Dysmenorrhea Abdominal Pain
Depression Meniere's Disease Endometriosis Chronic Diarrhea
Fatigue Myopia Infertility Constipation
Insomnia Nervous Deafness Leukorrhea IBD
Stress Ring in the Ears Menopausal Syn. IBS
  Sinusitis PMS Syndrome Gastrodynia
  Sore Throat   Hiccups
      Hyperacidity
      Indigestion
Musculoskeletal Neurological Immune Disorders Injuries
Arthritis Bell's Palsy Lupus Auto Injury
Back Pain Headache Allergies Sports Injury
Carpal Tunnel Syn. Migraine Multiple Sclerosis Work Injury
Golfer's Elbow Parkinson's Disease AIDS Others
Knee Pain Post-operation Pain Addition Acne
Neck Pain Sciatica Alcohol ADHD Syndrome
Shoulder Pain Shingles Drugs Asthma
Tendinitis Stroke Residuals Smoking Cancer
Tendonitis   Circulatory Diabetes
Tennis Elbow   Anemia Eczema
Muscle Spasms   Arteriosclerosis Overweight
    Hypertension Sexual Dysfunction