Traditional Chinese Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is an ancient medical system that has been used for over 2000 years. It is a holistic medicine that visualizes body “systems” disorders rather than focusing on a specific symptom. It diagnoses, treats, and prevents diseases based on the core theory that diseases result from imbalances in the body’s vital forces and substances.

Acupuncture is the most well-known form of TCM treatment. There are other therapeutics that may be used alone or alongside acupuncture, such as herbal medicine, moxibustion, cupping (used to detach muscle adhesions and accelerate healing of trauma), gua sha (used to improve blood circulation and lymphatic drainage), tui na (a Chinese manual therapy), and lifestyle suggestions.


Including electrostimulation and auricular acupuncture.

Chinese Herbal Medicine

Personalized Chinese herbal medicine formula

TCM Nutrition

Personalized Chinese Medicine food consultations

Cosmetic Acupuncture

Facial Acupuncture can be beneficial for cosmetic purposes by a trained Acupuncturist.

Cupping Therapy

Application of suction cups to the skin to resolve pain conditions and support health. Cupping is provided in Acupuncture follow-up appointments.


The burning the herb called “mugwort” near acupuncture points or indirectly on the body for various health balancing purposes, including dispelling “Cold” conditions and resolving a fetus in breech. Moxibustion can be applied during acupuncture sessions.