Ms. Chen received her Doctorate in Oriental Medicine from Fujian College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1987. After serving as an intern at Xiamen Hospital, she practiced as a Doctor of Oriental Medicine at Fuzhou Hospital for several years before studying Advanced Acupuncture at The Huatuo Kangle School, China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Beijing.
Oriental Medicine is a complete medical system which encompasses a variety of health care therapies developed over many centuries; the most popular of which are Acupuncture and Herbology. These are comprehensive, time tested, systems of preventative health care and health maintenance, used to effectively treat a wide variety of conditions. One of the most important concepts of Oriental Medicine is that of natural balance. Its emphasis is to evaluate the entire person to bring about well being and not merely to treat the symptom of illness.
One of the oldest and most complex medicinal arts that exists, it is based on ideas and theories formulated over hundreds of years about a vital life force that flows through our body. This life force is often thought of as an energy which flows through pathways called meridians. Certain points located along those energy pathways are used to manipulate the associated energy fields; some points move energy towards the interior of the body while others bring it to the surface. Acupuncture is the means through which these points are manipulated. Trauma, stress, environment, or medications are some of the factors that can cause an imbalance in the natural flow of energy.
Acupuncture focuses on correcting imbalances in the natural flow of energy within the body
We specialize in non-narcotic practices in healing pain such as headaches, chronic pain, joint pain, and back pain. We use an array of proven methods such as trigger point injections, chiropractic care, and rehabilitation.
Our goal is to treat and relieve your pain permanently instead of using pharmaceuticals for temporary relief