1. Acupuncture refers to the insertion of very fine needles into acupuncture points of the body.  Acupuncture has been used to prevent and treat diseases for over 3,000 years in China. Acupuncture stimulates movement of energy within the body and trigger natural healing processes.  Acupuncture also improves the body's immunity and the functions of organ systems. Electrical Stimulation, using mild electrical impulses through the acupuncture needles, is commonly used to enhance the healing processes of acupuncture.

2. Tui Na is Chinese therapeutic massage that has been used in China for centuries. It is a combination of massage, acupressure and other forms of body manipulation. Tui Na often is used in conjunction with acupuncture, cupping, moxibustion, and Chinese hebal medicine. By applying knead, roll/press, and rub technique, Tui Na remove blockages that prevent the free flow of Qi, restore the balance of Qi in the body, and lead to improved health and vitality. Tui Na is best suited to aid in the treatment of both acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions, as well as many non-musculoskeletal conditions.

3. Chinese Herbal Medicine
is an important part of traditional Chinese medicine for over 3000 years in China. Herbal medicine is used to treat almost any medical condition. It also enhances the healing process of acupuncture. Chinese herbal formulas can be individually selected based on individual’s pattern to reach the best treatment effects.

4. Gua Sha utilizes a small tool that is used to rub the skin.  This modality is used to alleviate pain and to rid the body of blockages that are impeding the free flow of energy.  It can also be used to fight off colds when done immediately upon onset of sickness. 

5. Cupping is a therapy of Chinese Medicine which uses wood or glass jar a mild vacuum attached to the skin surface. The vacuum is induced by heat or suction. Cupping enhances body's healing process and it especially useful in the treatment of blockage of energy and blood flow in the channels.

6. Auricular Therapy is based on the theory that different parts of the body have a reflex association with specific acupuncture points on the auricle of the ear. It is an effective and painless tool for weight loss, quitting smoking and alcohol, emotional issues, skin disorders and more conditions.

7. Nutrition is highly emphasized in Traditional Chinese Medicine.  The patient will be given dietary recommendations to help them to make better decisions on food intake.  The food entering our bodies can truly act as medicine when chosen wisely.