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Five Element Acupuncture Acupuncturists in San Diego
“Carl M Balingit provides acupuncture for pain relief, stress, digestive disorders, headaches, reproductive health, and chronic diseases. He is licensed by the California Acupuncture Board and nationally certified in Oriental medicine. He has an M.S. in Traditional Oriental Medicine and a B.S. in Engineering. His holistic treatments are well-planned, effective and gentle.
“Pediatric acupuncture and Chinese herbs treat a wide variety of children's conditions including digestive disorders like colic, poor appetite, picky eating, diarrhea, constipation etc; lung problems including asthma, infections, colds, flu, recurrent ear infections etc; injuries and orthopedic disorders; behavioral problems including ADD/ADHD; genetic disorders including Tourrette's Syndrome, Autism, Down's Syndrome; and others including eye disorders, vision problems, bedwetting, nightmares, poor sleep, and headaches to name a few. Almost any disease or syndrome can be treated or managed using traditional Chinese medicine, without any of the side effects typically encountered in Western medical settings.
“I teach my clients how to become an active participant in their own healing process through diet, exercise and Chinese herbs with acupuncture. Every individual should enjoy good health and acupuncture seeks to foster that health and promote freedom from pain and discomfort.
“I have 20 years experience specializing in the treatment of neck, shoulder, and back pain with Acupuncture and Nutritional Medicine. I love treating any kind of pain condition. I also really enjoy treating digestive, respiratory, auto-immune, infectious, Women's health, and Mental Health issues with a combo of Acu, Ayurveda, Nutrition, and Chinese Herbs. My dedication is to getting to the root of your disorder, and healing it from the inside out. Thanks for examining my profile!
“I am able to treat many different patients with a variety of different conditions. I've treated women, children, men, athletes and the elderly...essentially anyone that is interested in utilizing natural and safe healing methods to obtain optimum health. Acupuncture is an effective form of treatment for the common cold/flu, arthritis, anxiety, depression, digestive disorders, women's health issues (pregnancy support/discomfort, menopause and PMS), insomnia, pain, labor support and postpartum care, infertility, and common childhood ailments (ear infections, sore throat, cold/flu, digestive disorders, teething, etc).
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Acupuncturist, NCCAOM, Dipl, OM, CLC
“Ideally, I would love to work with women who are struggling with digestive issues, emotional imbalance, chronic pain or illness, mental frustration and worry, menstrual irregularity or pain and other gynecological or Women's Health issues and conditions--women who are looking for relief as well as a return to a more balanced way of life and greater sense of health and peace.
“Farahnaz Akhavan has worked in the alternative medicine and health care field for over 20 years. She worked in the field of OB/GYN and women's health for several years before becoming an alternative medicine practitioner. She also worked with the united nations as health care professional for two years. She has helped chronically ill patients for numerous years through pain management and nutritional / herbal consultation. She has post graduate training in pain management, migraine headache, and arthritis pain. She accepts attorney's lien for auto and work injuries.
“Dr.Yibin Wang: Physician from China; Has been practicing integrated Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM) and Western Medicine for more than 30 years; Ph.D. in Oriental Medicine; Licensed Acupuncturist in CA and other states throughout the nation; Received standard education and clinical training in Western and Traditional Chinese Medicine; Teacher and Supervisor at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine(PCOM); Taught and still teaches Eastern Nutrition, Herbs, Diagnosis and Evaluation classes. She has very very patient and sweet lady in her personality.
“Valerie Beckwith, L.Ac. received her training at South Baylo University, where she established a strong foundation of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She received her clinical training at SBU Clinic where she excelled at treating a variety of internal medicine patients with acupuncture and herbs.
“Dr. Wang is a physician from china, she has been practicing integrated both Chinese Traditional Medicine and Western Medicine for over 30 years, her patients come from the global, and patients age range from one week to 98 years old, including many lawyers, Doctors, dentists, teachers, and CEO. The patients come mostly from mouth to mouth referral. She has wonderful experience in Internal Medicine, Gynecology(Helping Decades of patients got pregnancy already), Pediatrics. She's a very very patient and sweet lady in her personality.
“My passion is serving my patients with the most effective & safe care possible. I love helping people become well and pain free. I have great success in treating many types of pain, such as back pain, neck pain and shoulder pain. If you suffer from fatigue and or pain, give me a try, I don't disappoint. At NCIAC we do have many different specialties including Infertility treatments. My standard of care is in providing my paitents with the most effective treament possible. We offer many types of specialties at our center to help you with your health care needs.
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“I am a sports medicine acupuncture and orthopedic specialist. I treat all kinds of pain whether from a sports injury or from a desk job. Having completed extensive training in sports medicine acupuncture, I have a detailed knowledge of anatomy and the way the body works, which is what makes my expertise unique in the field of alternative medicine. Some of the most common types of pain I treat include low back pain, neck pain, joint pain, ligament sprains, tendonitis, headaches and migraines. I enjoy treating a wide range of patients from professional and Olympic athletes to weekend warriors and those with chronic pain.
“I want to help you unlock the keys to healing yourself. Whether you are tired of aches and pains that are physical or emotional, I can help you to reach your true potential. If you are ready to experience deep, healing relaxation in a safe space, and return to the real you that lies beneath the stress and pain, call today.
“Joy Acupuncture Health Centre is the place to go if you want more than just a lack of pain or symptoms, more than 15 minutes with your practitioner, more than what prescription medications and surgery can offer. We offer a complete health intake and treatment plan that allows us to address you, not just your symptoms. We offer renewed health, comfort, and Joy! A skilled and experienced practitioner, Jocelyn holds a Master's Degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, is a Licensed Acupuncturist, and is currently a Doctoral Fellow of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
“My ideal client is someone who is active, motivated, and eager to get back to 100%. I have an extensive background in the treatment of orthopedic disorders, sports-related injuries, and work-stress that manifests as chronic tension and postural misalignment. I spent 2 years training at a Sports Medicine Acupuncture clinic; I worked at UCSD's RIMAC center for student athletes; I've treated triathletes, Iron Man and Ultra Man competitors, Marathoners, and Olympic-level Athletes. I also have experience treating the elderly, autoimmune disorders, gynecological/women's health, and many others.
“Jared Andersen is the owner and chief practitioner of Evolution Acupuncture. He earned his Masters of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and Holistic Health Practitioner certification from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. He has completed internships at UCSD RIMAC center treating NCAA athletes and at the University of California's downtown integrative medical clinic treating psycho-emotional and physical disorders in the homeless with acupuncture and Chinese medicine. Jared is committed to creating and inspiring the change necessary for his patients to achieve their desired state of well being using both modern and ancient technologies.
“Carol Rider, L.Ac., M.T.O.M., brings 20 years of experience in Acupuncture, Herbology and Oriental Medicine to her practice. Areas of focus include pain management, headaches, women's health issues (including fertility and hormonal issues), support for oncological issues and post surgical rehabilitation. Carol Rider is licensed by The Acupuncture Board of California and is a member of The American Acupuncture Council. Additionally, she is a board member at Lasting Recovery where she is in charge of their group acupuncture treatment program. She is also in charge of Acupuncture services for White Sands of La Jolla.
“Welcome! I have over 40 years extensive clinical experienced. In China has Acupuncturist, RN and MD licenses. I'm Proficient in Western Medicine and Chinese Medicine extensive education and Clinical training . I'm Specialization: 1) relief PAIN ( for Auto Accident; Injury; Sport Injury . 2) STROKE rehabilitation; My scalp acupuncture with electrical treatment for stroke is Kind of unique and effective. 3) Obstetrics/Gynecology/Infertility. Please Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Call (619) 621-1272 For an appointment.
“Liman Rachels, L.Ac., is licensed by the California Acupuncture Board for the Certification of Acupuncturist. She has completed studies at University of Tianjin Traditional Chinese Medicine and got her Bachelor of Medicine degree (Traditional Chinese Medicine) in China. She has practiced Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine in China for more than ten years. In addition, she has a Ph.D. degree in Medical Science from the Tokyo Medical and Dental University in Japan.
“Growing up in Vietnam and influenced by the culture of Asia, I began absorbing in acupuncture and herbal medicine in my childhood. I earned my Master's degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine in 1996 and have been in private practice ever since. Since 2008 I have been awarded the Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine degree from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, where I taught and supervised with strict traditional standards balanced with large dosages of humor.
Five Element Acupuncture Acupuncturists
Five-Element Acupuncture is an ancient form of acupuncture that treats the mind, body, heart, and spirit. The five elements are fire, earth, metal, water and wood, which correspond to emotions that must remain in balance in order to maintain health.
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Acupuncture in San Diego - 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. San Diego 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.
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