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“I was educated as a M.D and practiced Medicine in China. I first received training in Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture during medical school and has since accumulated more than 30-yr experience. Acupuncture is not almighty, but can cure many medical conditions which Western medicine cannot. Combination of both educations I had makes me to see it more clean and help me to treat my patients more effectively. I love my patients, am honest to them and do my bast to help them.
“Welcome to Prana Jaya where I specialize in treating people with pain and injury and who have not had success with other treatments. Every person is treated as unique and service is personalized to the individual. Pain syndromes are often coupled with lifestyle and emotional factors that are all addressed during your treatment using multiple treatment modalities.
“With over 20 years in the Chinese Medical field, I have had the opportunity to treat a wide array of complaints, from digestive, respiratory, menstrual disorders, joint pain and impairement to more elusive un-ease of the personality, which is in fact at the base of most physical ailments.
“Laurie is the founder and chief executive manager of Insight EAP LLC, and Co-Founder of www.InNetwork.pro. She is a licensed clinical social worker as well as a licensed acupuncturist who practices integrative health care in Chicago and Park Ridge, IL. Her integrative approach is one that incorporates psychotherapy, Chinese Medicine, nutritional counseling, and exercise, treating the mind - body in a truly holistic way.
“Mary Helen is a licensed acupuncturist, and is nationally board certified in Oriental Medicine, Chinese Herbs, and Acupuncture. She is a Professional Herbalist with the American Herbalist Guild, practicing both Western and Chinese herbology. She is certified in Aromatherapy, Flower Essences, and Reiki. She also has training in Diet & Nutrition, Homeopathy, Bio Magnetics, Diagnostic Screenings, Tibetan Medicine and Shamanic Healing. Mary Helen has been in practice since 1991 and loves to treat animals as well as people. She teaches an annual class on detoxification to other acupuncturists and medical professionals, that is also open to the general public.
“I have been working as a healer for 20 years,practicing Chinese Medicine and Massage. Part of what I have enjoyed most about Chinese Medicine is that it has taught me to see the complexity of each patient. I have a strong background in the physical arts,having studied Structural Therapy and Massage, I have an excellent ability to see when a problem needs to be addressed through postural or structural issues. I also believe strongly in and teach the importance of simple, healthy eating. Being a healer requires intuition and commonsense and I believe I bring both in balance.
“Our staff feels communication with the patient is paramount. Our multi lingual staff; English, Spanish, Arabic & Polish make our patients feel comfortable and at ease to communicate in their own native language. At Universal we provide specialized one-on-one care for patients who need close supervision, as well as home exercise programs to teach patients how to treat themselves during and after the course of therapy. We are proficient at providing treatment in areas of physical therapy, hand therapy, athletic training, acupuncture and a wide variety of other treatments. Our staff includes physical therapists, physical therapy assistants, and licensed acupuncturist. .
“"I want to share the success and blessings that I have received by discovering this form of medicine. I see any symptom as a message, what we do with that message is up to us. There may be no 'magic bullet', no treatment, herb or drug that can completely eradicate your condition. No matter how severe your condition, you have an opportunity to change the course of your disease."
“Drop a pebble into a pond and you see ripples. The effects of acupuncture are just as immediately felt. The medicine I offer is 'rooted in the Spirit': the emotional, psychological, and spiritual aspects are always taken into consideration in understanding and treating a disease. Complex and difficult conditions become treatable when we understand that they are not rigid entities, but stages of transformation. Whether the problem is migraines, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, low back pain, anxiety, depression, insomnia, addiction, low energy, infertility, hair loss, even immune and degenerative disorders, understanding the disease process points the way to cure.
“In keeping with ancient Chinese Medicine traditions, Michelle Goebel-Angel, LAc, MSOM, MBA, is committed to encouraging authentic health by providing treatments that help the body naturally re-balance and heal itself. Her understanding of and passion for living in harmony with nature constitutes a strong seasonal health approach to her work and uniquely defines her style. Common Chinese Medicine modalities used for treatment may include Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal prescriptions, Eastern nutritional counseling, Tuina (Therapeutic Massage), Guasha, Cupping, Moxibustion, Auricular Therapy, Magnets and Electro-stimulation. Michelle also uses Young Living essential oils to enrich her treatments and is becoming certified in Mei Zen cosmetic acupuncture.
“An ideal client is someone who is interested in taking a proactive role in his/her own health. He/she is looking for a healthy, natural approach to true healing, and not a quick fix or temporary bandaid. In addition, he/she is committed to getting better and staying healthy.
“Thank you for taking an interest in your wellness! For nearly twenty five years, I have assisted hundreds in experiencing the benefits of Acupuncture. Acupuncture is on the cutting edge of Preventive Healthcare in the USA-I implement this cutting edge care into my patient care. With acupuncture I can treat the most serious of health issues, pain, acute and chronic conditions, injuries, etc., and very cost effectively. I have studied and treated patients in China, Africa, Canada, and throughout the US. You will receive desired results from most conditions, and expediently too. I love working with families. Bring them in.
“East Asian Medicine is holistic in the truest sense. It is a medical tradition that cares for a person's body, mind, and spirit as a whole which cannot be divided. By incorporating techniques from acupuncture to herbs, and massage to nutrition,Eastern Medicine makes healing as unique as the individual. While each of these therapies is different in application, all share the intent to bring the body into balance and return health to its highest potential.
“Life Gate Center is a Chinese Medicine treatment center offering traditional acupuncture, acupressure and herbal medicine. We stock 250 bulk herbal medicinals in our pharmacy and offer individualized formulas for decoction as well as pills and capsules. The Life Gate Center is dedicated to offering the highest quality health care and support for Life and Living! We work with the body-mind-spirit in the true ancient Chinese spirit of holism. We treat pain - both physical and psycho-emotional pain and suffering. Life Gate Center is also an educational center offering graduate courses in Chinese medicine, Qi Gong and meditation.
“In my practice I implement Dr. Tan's highly effective "Balance Method," an extraordinary form of acupuncture. Dr. Tan's method has revolutionized an ancient practice and raised the bar in the field of holistic medicine. "The Balance Method" is recognized for its remarkable results in helping patients who suffer from long term pain management, back and disc problems, emotional imbalance, migraine headaches, digestive problems and countless other physical and mental ailments. Often times my patients experience an immediate and dramatic decrease in pain coupled with a measurable increase in range of motion all during their visit.
“My clinic, the Chicago Acupuncture Clinic, is the oldest multi-disciplinary alternative clinic in Chicago. During my 30 years of practice I have treated thousands of people for a wide variety of physical and emotional complaints and have found Traditional Chinese Medicine to be a wonderful alternative to drugs and surgery. I make use of every aspect of Chinese medicine in order to help all those who come to me seeking a solution for the problems they are facing. Clinic number - 773-871-0342
“I have had incredible success treating clients with mental/emotional disorders ranging from mild depression and anxiety to the emotional toll of rape and domestic abuse. Other symptoms I am passionate about treating include addiction, bipolar, feelings of grief/loss, and HIV. I have also had incredible success helping veterans with PTSD. Despite having made these areas my specialties and passion projects for myself, I am able to help with a wide variety of conditions. Please know that no matter the reason that you come to see me, I will listen with an open heart and mind.
“I specialize in orthopedics & sports medicine. I combine traditional Chinese acupuncture with knowledge of sports medicine, muscle imbalances, referred pain patterns, and motor and trigger point acupuncture. I have found this to be the perfect combination for helping others struggling with muscular skeletal pain. My ideal patient is anyone who suffers from body pain whether it be from a sports or traumatic injury (e.g. stroke) or from sitting all day at work. I help one regain full range of motion and eliminate body pain.
“I am a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) with over thirty years of experience in Shanghai China. I seek opportunities for growth and advancement in my work as a medical professional. Having relocated to the United States, I continue to explore the potential of utilizing Eastern treatment modalities in conjunction with Western medicine to promote the healing and wellness of my patient for 16 years.
“Nadiya Melnyk, L.Ac, MSOM, is a board certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). She graduated from the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine in Chicago with highest honors. She holds a Master of Science degree in Oriental Medicine and Bachelor degree in Nutrition. Additionally, she is trained and certified in Microcurrent Electro-Acupuncture for EnergyLight Rejuvenation and holds Mei Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture certification.
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Acupuncture in Chicago - is it right for me?
Acupuncture is based on the concepts of oriental medicine or traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and is one of the oldest healing practices in the world. Chicago acupuncturists are health care professionals who evaluate and treat the many conditions, aches and pains that respond to acupuncture.
Acupuncturists insert very fine acupuncture needles into a number of trigger points on your body. The purpose of the needles is to stimulate acupuncture points or meridians. The needles do not inject any substance into your body and are so fine as to be virtually impossible to feel. In some cases, acupuncture may be accompanied by electrical stimulation or the burning of moxa, a form of heat therapy. Or use acupressure, where physical pressure is applied by hand or elbow to trigger points with the aim of clearing blockages in these meridians.
'Accupuncture' and 'Accupuncturist' are common mis-spellings.