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Acupuncturists in Oregon (OR)
“I specialize in treating the individual in a connected, safe and comfortable setting. The goal of my work is to make my clients feel comfortable and to co-create realistic and positive goals. I empower my clients to know their own bodies to better live in a sustainable and connected way. The goal is to increase the awareness and possibility of using our bodies to teach us, as they have innate wisdom. Acupuncture can help translate and decode what your body truly wants to communicate. Vibrant health results when one is courageous enough to show up and listen.
“Looking to maximize your health and well being? Or perhaps you're looking to manage those chronic aches and pains. Look no further. Sang will assist you in addressing your main concern and also offer you great tidbits of information on how to manage it outside of the treatment room. Sang's knowledge on nutritional health, qi gong, and other lifestyle changes will aid your transition to optimal health accessible. Sang offers encouragement for you to be fully engaged and excited to participate in your own healing. With this assistance, the positive effects that are achieved in the treatment room will be long lasting.
“I look forward to helping you on your healing journey! I integrate alternative medicine with acupuncture, structural adjustment, massage, and nutritional therapy to ensure the best possible care for my patients. I originally was inspired to study medicine by learning Qigong, a series of movements that help to heal the body. There are many different types of Qigong that focus on the body and the movement of Qi, or vital air and energy in its circulation through the body. I look forward to working with you. Al Thieme, LAc, MAOM, MSEE
“I believe in the Chinese Medicine maxim that mind and body are not separate and must be treated holistically. This is why I offer pain management, wellness and prevention treatments as well as acupuncture and massage combination sessions as adjuncts to counseling. I also work with people who have been injured, but neither injury nor counseling is requisite for my services. Nothing makes me feel better than getting a text or call from a client telling me how much I helped them. It's why I'm in practice, actually.
“My goal is to help clients achieve lasting results (i.e. greater physical freedom, decreased stress, lighter demeanor) through my safe and customized treatments. My style is slow and deliberate, working with only one client per hour, utilizing gentle techniques for those who are very sensitive, to aggressive protocols for those who are ready.
“You can have less pain, more energy and better balance in your life, starting today. You've probably heard about acupuncture, thought it might help you, but thought you just couldn't afford the treatments. Now you can. Community style acupuncture clinics were created to make acupuncture accessible to more people. Having your treatment in a room with others is what keeps the cost affordable. There's a special magic to this, a group energy that is shared and enhances your treatment. Our sliding scale of $20-$50 allows you to choose what is light and right for you.
“I believe that personal change is the most difficult undertaking that we attempt as individuals. Throughout our lives we develop and learn habits. These habits make us who we are and have an impact on our health. For many of us, these habits are a mix of both healthy and unhealthy routines and choices that have been part of our lives for many years. Often, those unhealthy habits lead to painful and upsetting health conditions. With the assistance of acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, and nutritional education, we can make the lifestyle changes that remedy most of these difficult health conditions.
“I love working with entire families as well as individuals in my holistic primary care clinic. I am very successful at helping people with mental emotional and physical concerns using a combination of acupuncture, diet, lifestyle changes, botanical medicine and biotherapuetic drainage. I am one of the few practitioners in Oregon that use a special form of Japanese therapy to help children with everything from teething, digestive and sleep problems to behavioral issues.
“Acupuncture is an alternative medicine methodology originating in ancient China that treats patients by manipulating thin, solid needles which have been inserted into acupuncture points in the skin. According to Traditional Chinese medicine, stimulating these points can correct imbalances in the flow of Qi through channels known as meridians.
“"My goal at Yamamoto Oriental Medicine Clinic (Yomclinic) is to compassionately work with our patients to restore an optimal state of health. I would like to help as many patients as possible with our knowledge and skills in Chinese Medicine. Yomclinic offers customized herbal formulas and acupuncture treatment, which not only treats symptoms, but are designed to address the root of your medical condition according to the principles of Chinese Medicine."
“I have thirty two years of experience as an Acupuncturist. I studied in Seoul, Korea, where I graduated in 1967 from Seoul Oriental Medical School. My Specialties include but are not limited to: Pain Management, Preventative Action, Body Work and Moxibustion. I am able to deal with many sorts of pain at the patients request, whether it be back or neck pain. I provide whole-body treatment.
“At Point to Health Acupuncture I offer personalized, compassionate, and effective healthcare. By using the modalities of acupuncture, Oriental medicine, herbal medicine, nutrition, and water therapy I work to help heal what ails you. I have found that using these modalities in conjunction with each other provides lasting results. I also strive to help patients have the tools and education they need to do home care, and maintenance care on their own. My goal is to help people be pain free and reach their optimal health potential. Call me today for a free consultation.
“There are two broad areas I treat: 1. Pain - all kinds but especially successful with backs and shoulders. I have studied and use some non-needle pain relieving techniques like NST and Kaufman Technique. 2. Imbalances - I treat through nutrition and herbs various imbalances in the patient - blood sugar syndromes, adrenal weaknesses, thyroid problems, liver issues, digestive disorders, etc.
“I am a licensed acupuncturist in Portland, Oregon since May, 1993. My work is informed by over 30 years as a licensed massage therapist and a B.A. in Dance/Movement Studies and Health & Healing from Naropa University. My professional credentials include a MAcOM from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine, diplomate status conferred by the National Commission for the Certification of Acupuncturists and certificates of advanced study from the Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Harbin, China and the World Health Organization International Acupuncture Training Center at the Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Nanjing, China.
“With every client I attempt to balance both their physical and energetic bodies. I attempt to find the root causes of their specific issues, and resolve their symptoms completely, without longterm pharmaceutical, herbal, or manual therapies. I prefer clients who are willing to do their work around my prescribed nutritional changes, exercise programs, spiritual practice (Qi-gong), and stretching programs to assist me with the balancing of their Whole Being. If you are looking to balance and harmonize both your spiritual and physical bodies, then I know I can help you resolve your imbalances!
“My ideal patient is one who has decided that they deserve to be healthier. They have decided that they deserve to be pain free. They have decided that they deserve the chance to live with more functionality and freedom. They are ready to change and they are ready to move in a positive direction. They value their health and they want to get better.
“I am committed to helping patients recognize and reconnect with their own vitality in ways that are meaningful, healing and ultimately transformative. All discomfort, whether it is physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual, is a call to attention. The tradition of East Asian medicine values these "calls to attention" as important messages we receive from our bodies and our inner selves, whatever form they come in. I work with patients in a way that affirms, encourages and empowers this essential connection to self, seeing it as the taproot of a life in which you are thriving.
“I was first introduced to acupuncture over 15 years when I sought out natural therapies for treating my own chronic pain and asthma. I found that the combination of acupuncture, Chinese herbs, massage and dietary changes not only helped restore my physical health, but also provided me with needed stress relief and emotional balance.
“Do you have any nagging health problems that just aren't going away? Do you find yourself spending so much energy just to get through the day that you crash in the evenings? Is "getting older" feeling like a chore? Acupuncture may be the right solution for you. At Full Circle Acupuncture the focus is on offering a healing environment in which one can regain nourishment and reclaim the right to a long, healthy and active lifestyle. Say yes to yourself and make that change today.
“I provide safe, effective, drug-free treatment for a variety of physical and emotional ailments and promote wellness and good health maintenance. I specialize in the treatment of chronic and acute pain (back, neck, shoulder, hip and knee pain) and treat car accident injuries and sports injuries. I provide relief from the effects of long term illness. I provide effective relief for emotional problems such as stress and anxiety. I treat sleep disorders, addictions, high blood pressure, digestive disorders, shingles, arthritic pain and headaches. In addition to traditional acupuncture I provide treatment using Moxa, Korean hand therapy, acupressure, sound healing, herbal medicine and essential oils.
Acupuncture in Oregon (OR) - 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. Oregon (OR) 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.
Credentials for Oregon (OR) licensed acupuncturists?
A licensed acupuncturist in Oregon (OR) needs a minimum of two years college education and must complete three years of professional training and pass the State's approved licensing examination. The three year program includes both theory and hands-on clinical practice. Most States' professional training programs are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM) and by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).