CLASSICAL CHINESE ACUPUNCTURE

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Classical Chinese Acupuncture differs greatly from modernized Acupuncture practices, such as Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), which became standardized in China and is taught in most Acupuncture colleges in the U.S. Through the use of standardized protocols, TCM's simplification of Acupuncture limits its use as a comprehensive medical system, and thus makes the practitioner highly reliant on herbal medicine to treat various conditions.

Classical Acupuncture on the other hand is a comprehensive medical system rooted in the rich traditions of Chinese Medicine which involve five energetic channel systems. It has a profound capacity to treat acute and chronic pain as well as the most complex chronic degenerative diseases prevalent in modern society, including autoimmune disorders. 

 

JAPANESE MERIDIAN THERAPY 

Through the use of Gold and Silver needles lightly touching the skin's surface without insertion, Japanese Meridian Therapy allows the patient to feel the subtle flow of Qi (energy) through the body. It is highly effective in the treatment of pain and injury as well as acute and chronic health disorders.

Japanese Meridian Therapy is a painless option that is gentle enough for infants and very weak patients, and is a wonderful for children or people with needle phobia.