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Acupuncture is an ancient healing technique rooted in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) that has been practiced for over 5000 years. It involves the insertion of thin, filiform (meaning solid, not hollow) pre-sterilized, single-use needles into specific points and/or regions on the body.  These locations or regions are called acupuncture points or acupoints.  Think of an acupuncture point as the most conductive (lowest impedance / resistance) locales along a fascial tissue plane.  

Fascial tissues are continuous, interconnected sheets of connective tissue that surround and support all muscles, organs, and structures within the physical body. They play a vital role in transmitting mechanical forces and providing structural support to all systems in the body.  They are also involved in a multitude of physiological processes which serve to regulate and maintain homeostasis throughout the entirety of the local system.

Through this relationship, the ionic polarities that regulate and vitalize all physiological functions can be influenced by the stimulation of acupoints due to their low impedance properties. These properties allow for the efficient transmission of electrical signals, which in turn, stimulate the underlying tissues and re-pattern the physical nervous system into states of increasing sustainability.

Chinese Herbal Medicine

The history of Chinese Herbal Medicine (CHM) can be traced back more than 5,000 years, making it one of the oldest and most well-established systems of medicine in the world. This ancient form of healing is based on the principles of balance and harmony, aiming to maintain the body's equilibrium and promote overall health. It is deeply rooted in Chinese culture and philosophy, including the concepts of Yin and Yang, the Five Elements, and the meridian system. Today, CHM continues to be an integral part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and enjoys widespread use in China and around the world.

Historical Background

The origins of CHM can be linked to the legendary Chinese emperor Shen Nong (神农), who is said to have tasted hundreds of herbs to determine their medicinal properties. Shen Nong's discoveries were documented in the "Shen Nong Ben Cao Jing" (神农本草经), or "Shen Nong's Herbal Classic," which is considered one of the earliest and most comprehensive pharmacopeias in Chinese history. The text, compiled between 300 BC and 200 AD, describes more than 360 plant, animal, and mineral substances, along with their therapeutic properties and applications.

Over the centuries, the knowledge of CHM expanded and evolved, with the addition of new herbs, formulas, and theories. Some of the most notable texts in the history of CHM include the "Huang Di Nei Jing" (黄帝内经), or "The Yellow Emperor's Inner Canon," the "Shang Han Lun" (伤寒论), or "Treatise on Cold Damage," and the "Wen Bing Xue" (温病学), or "Theory of Warm Diseases." These classical texts laid the foundation for the principles and practices of CHM, which have been refined and developed over the millennia.

Benefits of Chinese Herbal Medicine

  1. Holistic Approach: CHM takes a holistic approach to health, addressing not only the symptoms but also the root causes of illness. By focusing on restoring the body's balance and harmony, CHM aims to promote overall health and well-being.

  2. Individualized Treatment: CHM practitioners create personalized treatment plans based on the patient's unique constitution, symptoms, and lifestyle. This individualized approach allows for more targeted and effective treatments, increasing the likelihood of positive outcomes.

  3. Wide Range of Applications: CHM is used to treat a vast array of conditions, from acute illnesses like colds and flu to chronic conditions such as arthritis, digestive disorders, and mental health issues. It is also often used in conjunction with other TCM modalities, such as acupuncture, massage, and qi gong, to enhance treatment outcomes.

  4. Natural and Sustainable: CHM uses primarily plant-based ingredients, making it an environmentally friendly and sustainable form of healthcare. Moreover, many herbs used in CHM have minimal side effects and can be safely used for long-term treatment.

  5. Preventive Medicine: In addition to treating existing conditions, CHM is often used as a form of preventive medicine to maintain overall health and prevent illness. By strengthening the body's immune system and promoting balance, CHM can help individuals stay healthy and maintain a high quality of life.

  6. Scientific Validation: While CHM has been practiced for thousands of years, modern research is increasingly validating its effectiveness. Numerous studies have demonstrated the clinical benefits of CHM for various conditions, ranging from chronic pain to cancer, providing scientific evidence to support its use.

Online Telehealth Consultation

In our continuous pursuit to provide accessible and comprehensive healthcare services, we are proud to introduce our Telehealth Service for Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). This service is designed to bring the age-old wisdom and practices of Chinese medicine right to your doorstep, no matter where you are in the world.

Our Telehealth Service caters to a wide range of health concerns, such as pain management, digestive issues, endocrine dis-regularities, immune impairments, acute infections and upper and lower respiratory problems, neurological conditions such as peripheral neuropathy, restless leg syndrome, etc. and stress-related disorders. We understand that the modern lifestyle can be hectic and demanding, which is why our virtual consultation platform allows you to connect with our TCM experts from the comfort of your home or office.

During your telehealth appointment, our experienced TCM practitioners will conduct a thorough assessment of your health, taking into account your medical history, lifestyle, and emotional well-being. This holistic approach allows us to determine the root cause of your condition and formulate a personalized treatment plan, which may include herbal medicine, acupuncture, dietary recommendations, and therapeutic exercises.

Our TCM telehealth service ensures that you receive the highest quality of care while adhering to the strictest safety and privacy standards. All virtual consultations are conducted via secure video conferencing software, and our practitioners are trained to follow the best practices in telemedicine. Moreover, our herbal prescriptions can be easily shipped to your home, allowing you to begin your healing journey without delay.

Don't let distance or your busy schedule stand in the way of receiving the benefits of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Our Telehealth Service brings the wisdom and expertise of our TCM practitioners right to your fingertips, empowering you to take control of your health and well-being.


Join us today, and experience the difference that our Telehealth Service for Traditional Chinese Medicine can make in your life. Together, we can create a healthier, more balanced future for you and your loved ones.

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