Treatable Disorders

Acupuncture as a core part of Traditional Chinese Medicine has proven to be effective in treating a variety of disorders. With its' emphasis on natural treatment by increasing levels of endogenous morphine-like substances as well as the inclusion of herbal medicine in the practice may broaden the range of disorders that may be successfully treated. Acupuncture and herbal medicine offers minimal side effects and it has remarkable ability to treat many diseases.

Based on research that being done by World Health Organization, there are several types of diseases that can be treated by acupuncture. They are:

Pain Management

Back Pain Shoulder Pain
Headache Hip Pain
Migrane Joint Pain
Facial Palsy (Early Stage) Muscle Pain
Arthritis Tingling, Numbness
Osteoarthritis Shingles
Neck Pain Work Injuries
Carpal Tunnel Auto Injuries
Disc Problems Sports Injuries
Knee Pain Menstrual Cramps
Arm Pain Post-operative Pain

Control of Conditions

Allergies Acute Bronchitis
Weight Problems Acute and Chronic Pharyngitis
Asthma Acute Sinusitis
Insomnia Acute Rhinities
Hypersomnia Ulcers
Anti-aging Feet, Cold
Blood Pressure Cold
Dizziness Hay Fever
Constipation Gas
Diarrhea Cough
Gastric Hyperacidity Infertility
Gastroporosis PMS
Acute and Chronic Gastritis Menopause Syndrome
Acute and Chronic Colitis Benign Irregular Menstruation
Irritable Bowel and Colitis Benign Amenorrhea
Indigestion Nausea from Pregnancy
Spasms of Esophagus and Cardia Chemotherapy-Effects
Addictions Effects from Stroke
Myopia (in Children) Neurogenic Bladder Dysfunction
Cataract (without Complication) Acute Bacillary Dysentery
Central Retinitis Somatization Disorder
Acute Conjunctivitis Trigeminal Neuralgia
Gingivitis Intercostal Neuralgia
Hemorrhoids Peripheral Neuropathies
Sore Throat Meniere's Disease
Acute Tonsilitis Noctural Enuresis
Cervicobrachial Syndrome

Stress-Relief
Maintenance of Body Systems
Stress Immune System
Fatigue Cardiovascular
Anxiety Sensory Organs
Depression Urogenital
Anger Respiratory
Panic Attacks Gynecological
Phobias Neurological Musculoskeletal
Nervousness Dermatological
Gastrointestinal