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Qigong Acupuncturists in East Lansing
Area auto-widened to the state of Michigan - no Acupuncturists were found in the city of East Lansing, MI
“How does My Acupuncture working? What I can do for you with Professional Acupuncture & Chinese herbs? For over 3,000 years, acupuncture has bee practiced in China, and today it is still relied upon as a valuable healing tool. In Chinese medicine, no symptom or complaint is viewed in isolation. Rather, the body, mind and soul are evaluated together. The goal of Acupuncture is to create harmony within the body by restoring the flow of Qi ... Whether you are the first choice or last hope, Please contact us, I can help you !!! For more information visit www.joyofherb.org
“I offer a personalized blend of Chinese and Japanese styles of acupuncture honed from 15 + years of full time practice including medical qigong where Qi is pleasantly felt as the treatment ensues. A wide variety of issues improve with this adaptive approach, from muscular and structural problems to digestive, hormonal and inflammatory and other chronic conditions.
“Welcome, we are an acupuncture and natural medicine center in downtown Rochester, specializing in well-being and quality longevity. We see each person as a unique individual, resulting from the interrelation body-mind-spirit within an environment. Therefore diagnosis and treatment plans are specific to each individual's needs.
“Melissa is a licensed Acupuncturist and herbalist. Her passion for Asian medicine and nutrition grew out of her journey as an acupuncture patient, when her own profound transformation and healing became inspiration to help others. She understands the importance of listening and knows every human is unique and has different needs. Melissa places an emphasis on educating and empowering her patients to make well informed decisions concerning their health and well-being. She utilizes a multi-disciplinary approach including education, dietary and lifestyle recommendations along with Acupuncture and Chinese Medicinals. Her gentle technique and compassionate nature help ease her patients.
“Pain, Immobility, Stress, Allergies, Menopause, Insomnia, Smoking, Addiction?... The Acupuncture & Massage Center has the best professional team to help you! Since 2004, Charlotte Yang MD and other National Board Certified (NCCAOM) Acupuncturist, Licensed Chinese Herbalist and NCCTMB Certified Massage Therapist have stood ready to give you the best service in this area. Acupuncture originated in China. Most of our staff received their training from Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine P.R.China (Top 5 TCM University in China).
“Arkadiy is a nationally board certified Acupuncturist by National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and Michigan Medical Acupuncture Association (MMAA). He has a Masters Degree from Midwest College of Oriental Medicine in Traditional Chinese Acupuncture and a certification in Medical Acupuncture from Medical School in Russia. He has over 20+ years of experience in acupuncture. His background is in Physical Therapy as well as Medical Massage Therapy.
“National Board Certified (NCCAOM) Acupuncturist, Member of the Michigan Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Licensed Chinese Herbalist (China). Ya Chu graduated in 1994 with 5 years of training in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine from Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine P.R.China (Top 5 TCM University in China). Her Professor, Li Changdu, was the Director of the Department of Acupuncture at Chengdu University Hospital of TCM. Ya Chu practiced 10 years in China, and has been working with Charlotte Yang M.D. in the United States for 10 years.
“Over the years, my favorite type of patients have been professional athletes, children, infertile women, and those individuals who are willing to work on them selves with the program I set them up with.
“My approach to healing is very interactive. The best results for treating complex diseases are not from patients passively receiving treatment, but rather by teamwork. On my end of the equation, I use mutual analysis and treatment of problems that combine 2 powerful aspects: 1] Classical Chinese Medicine, and 2] The induction of patient self-awareness, consciousness, and authenticity, to create the most productive way to truly dissolve problems. This means that the patient who is proactive, who truly seeks to be healed, has the most favorable outcome. Again, the best strategy for healing is genuine teamwork.
“If you are in pain or discomfort chances are very good that I can help you reduce or eliminate your problem. I have 27 years experience. I have seen and successfully treated most health problems. I love children and even treat babies with soft cold laser. I also use micro-stimulation or electro-acupuncture for those who are afraid of needles. I address the whole person not just body parts. I promote wellness and show you many ways to protect yourselves at home, work or play. I am high energy and enthusiastic yet gentle and caring. I love and enjoy my work
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“I have specialized in fertility and pregnancy for the last ten years. I work with women who want to prepare themselves for conception, who have been trying to get pregnant without success, and who are doing IVF, ICSI, or Artificial Insemination. I have a lot of experience supporting healthy pregnancies and preparing women for natural birth, as well as treating all types of issues that occur during pregnancy. Infertility is an extremely complex situation. I don't always have all of the answers, but I have a good understanding of the potential and limitations of natural therapies in helping
“Shuyun Xu MS, Dipl. Ac. is a graduate of the Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine, known worldwide for excellence and thorough training and testing. She has an M.S. in Oriental Medicine, which includes both acupuncture, and Chinese herbal medicine. Shuyun has been in practice for the last 18 years and is a current member of the Michigan Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (MAAOM).
“Dr. Kim was trained as an anesthesiologist at both the University of Chicago and Northwestern University Children's Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. In addition to this, she has been an acupuncturist for over 20 years and received extensive training in South Korea, Japan, Puerto Rico and the U.S. She is a member of the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture. She uses traditional acupuncture and/or low level laser treatments for numerous medical disorders such as auto and sports injuries, neck and back pain, joint pain, fibromyalgia, headaches and migraines, stress, depression, anxiety, chronic fatigue, menopause, skin problems, poor circulation, diabetes and smoking cessation.
“Oriental Rose LLC provides Traditional Chinese medical health services with a full diagnosis and personalized treatment options for your individual needs including Acupuncture, moxibustion, cupping, massage, dietary and lifestyle advice. Our ideal clients are those looking for a personalized diagnosis and treatment plan tailored to their individual situation, both for acute and chronic conditions.
“Graduated from Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, the China's top-line college of Chinese Medicine, and with 30 years of hospital /clinical practices in China, Canada and USA, Dr. Sun is well-known for her abundant experiences in practicing Acupuncture. She applies thorough TCM theory and serves her patients with very skillful needle insertion, cupping, Gua-sha, and Tui-na technics. She always optimize the treatment combinations per the patient's personal conditions. She is also a specialist in applying Chinese herbs to treat many chronic problems, such as asthma, allergies, insomnia, depression, chronic fatigue, and women's problems.
“Catherine dedicated herself to becoming a practitioner of Chinese medicine after experiencing the effectiveness of this ancient, holistic system of medicine for herself. She spent four years in Pacific College of Oriental Medicine's rigorous master's program - three years at Pacific's Chicago campus and her final year at their San Diego campus. After graduating with her Master of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine, she earned her acupuncture license from the state of California and also received certification as a Diplomate in Oriental Medicine from the National Certification Commision for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
“Seid Cosovic, MD is Board Certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine, subspecialty of Pain Medicine. He is Clinical Assistant Professor at Wayne State University, School of Medicine. During his post graduate residency specialty training at Wayne State University, School of Medicine, he was awarded with Best Graduating Resident Awards. He has also been nominated for National Achievement Award for Excellence and Innovation in Patient Care, and was a co-develper of one of the first Medical School Integrative Medicine Courses in the United States. His practice is limited to motor vehicle crash injuries work related injuries.
“"I have been honored to work with thousands of patients over the course of 20 years. My focus has been on fertility, oncology care and pain management. However, I have had extensive training and experience in various fields from general medicine to pediatrics. My goal is to provide thorough integrative care through the use of gentle and effective therapies; acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine."
“My philosophy is to provide a comfortable, caring, and balancing environment for individuals in an integrative health setting. Four locations available for your convenience: Ann Arbor, Dearborn, and Novi.
“NCCAOM National Board Certified, Five-Element Acupuncturist. The combination of acupuncture, herbal medicine, cupping, nutritional-lifestyle counseling, exercise and having a positive outlook on life has a profound impact on balancing the body, mind, spirit and context. The integration of these four aspects of an individual participates wholeheartedly in the quality of our lives. My practice includes the elderly, middle age and young adults and treat a variety of medical conditions; acute/chronic pain, stress, migraines, gastrointestinal, respiratory, immune, fatigue, mental clarity, gynecological, fertility and emotional imbalances that include anxiety and depression.
Qigong is a meditative technique in which breathing patterns are coordinated with body postures and movement. Qi is Chinese for breath, and the technique marshals such techniques as deep breathing, concentration, and relaxation to help restore and maintain proper energy balance to the body.
If you're looking for help with qigong in East Lansing or for an East Lansing qigong acupuncture these qigong practitioners in East Lansing are professionals providing medical qigong East Lansing (or qi gong or qi qong) and chi qigong. They include qigong acupuncture professionals, qigong acupressure professionals, and qigong acupuncturists.
Acupuncture in East Lansing - 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. East Lansing 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.