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index REDLANDS ACUPUNCTURE TRADITIONAL ORIENTAL AND HOLISTIC MEDICINE Est. 1984 316 EAST OLIVE AVENUE #C, REDLANDS, CALIFORNIA, 92373 909.793.9573 Welcome to Redlands Acupuncture. Redlands Acupuncture has been servicing the town of Redlands and the surrounding communities since 1984. Offering universal family healthcare through the practical application of Traditional Chinese Medicine including the use of acupuncture, herbs, Modern Medical Chi-Kung, Chinese Energetics, and Myo-Osteo Therapy. Working in conjunction with professionals in the western medical community to provide a more holistic and complete healthcare system. More and more people are turning to Acupuncture where traditional western medicine alone has failed. Still, many find this ancient Chinese medical technique mysterious. Below is a concise introduction to Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture which will help anyone who is interested to learn about it. What is Traditional Chinese Medicine? Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a comprehensive natural health care system that had been used to diagnose, treat, and prevent illnesses for thousands of years in China and other Asian countries. The first book of TCM, the Yellow Emperor’s Inner Classic, was printed during China’s warring states period (403 B.C. - 221 B.C.) TCM is based on a concept of vital energy or Qi that flows throughout the body. It regulates a person’s spiritual, emotional, mental, and physical balance and is influenced by the opposing forces of yin and yang. Pain and ill-health result when the flow of Qi is disrupted or blocked by many things, including disease, pathogens, trauma/injuries and medication, as well as lifestyle factors and overwork, lack of rest, poor diet, emotions, and stress. What is unique about Traditional Chinese Medicine? Holistic approach and individualization are the two unique characteristics of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Chinese medicine theory involves looking at the physical, emotional, spiritual health of the person, rather than merely addressing the physical symptoms. It recognizes that people are individuals with different constitutions and relationship to the environment, and treatments are tailored for each person’s special requirements. What does treatment involve? The ultimate goal of TCM treatment is to balance the yin and yang by promoting the natural flow of Qi. Treatment involves a variety of techniques, including acupuncture, bodywork, herbal medicine, exercise, dietary therapy and meditation. What is Acupuncture? Acupuncture is the insertion of very thin needles in specific points on the body to balance the flow of Qi. It is part of a complete medical system and integrated approach to health maintenance and treatment of disease. According to the National Institute of Health, over one million people in the U.S. receive acupuncture annually. How does acupuncture work? Qi is the internal energy, which circulates through the body along central pathways, known as meridians. The obstruction or deficiency of Qi will eventually lead to pain and illness. Acupuncture stimulates the points along the meridians to adjust and balance the flow of Qi and restore health. Is acupuncture safe? Acupuncture is very safe when practiced by a trained acupuncturist using sterile, disposable needles. Are there an side effects? Harmful side effects to acupuncture are very rare. Occasionally there may be a drop of blood when the needles are removed, and slight bruising may occur at the point of needle insertion. How deep do the needles go? The depth of the needles depends on the nature of the problem and the location of the points. Usually, needles are inserted from ? to 1 inch in depth. Can I combine acupuncture with other medical treatment? Acupuncture can be used along side conventional western medicine, osteopathic or chiropractic adjustments, or naturopathic prescription. It is important that you inform you acupuncturist of all your other treatments. Do I need to prepare anything before I have an acupuncture treatment? Before you come in the clinic, make sure that you have a light meal and drink enough water. Also wear comfortable clothes. Other Modalities Electroacupuncture Electroacupuncture is the usage of electric impulse stimulation through the acupuncture needles in affected areas and is utilized in more severe pain related conditions. This type of treatment enhances the therapeutic effects of acupuncture. It is a pain-free procedure with a small amount of vibration in the affected area. Moxibustion Moxibustion is a procedure of burning an herb, Folium Artemisiae Vulgaris (mugwort) over specific acupuncture points. Moxibustion us used to strengthen the entire energy system and increase circulation. It is a very effective therapy for chronic fatigue syndrome. Cupping Cupping is a treatment technique that involves application of glass or plastic cups with heat to create suction, thereby pulling heat or toxins out of the body or stimulating local blood circulations. It is usually used for body aches and muscle pain. Chinese Herbology Chinese herbal medicine is a primary component of TCM. Chinese herbs include plants, minerals, and animal product. There are over 7,000 herbs identified in China and about 400 of these are commonly used in the U.S. today. Qi Gong Qi Gong is a practice of specific breathing technique combined with movement and visualization in order to regulate the body function. Qi Gong exercise can help relieve many symptoms such as pain, anxiety, stress and depression, as well as ease fatigue and insomnia. It affects main body processes and promotes well-being and relaxation. Tuina Therapy Tuina is Chinese therapeutic massage applied on specific acupuncture points along a channel or meridian, or a whole area of the body. Although best known for its capacity to help body aches, joints problems, back pain, neck stiffness, Tuina can also help with many disorders, such as insomnia and indigestion. What can Acupuncture help with? Pain/Pain Management Sciatica Low Back Shoulder Neck Hips Knee Wrist (Carpal Tunnel) Elbow (Golfers/Tennis) Ankle Headache (Tension and Migraines) Jaw (TMJ) Arthritis Gynecological Premenstrual Pain Dysmenorrhea Amenorrhea Psycho-Somatic Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) Fibromyalgia (FM) Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Insomnia Psychological Depression Anxiety Others Click here to see a more complete list of what acupuncture can assist with according to the World Health Organization LESTER N. BANH, L.Ac.,M.T.O.M. "The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patient in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease." -Thomas Edison Whois

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