We are dedicated to the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of pain disorders and many more medical issues, making wellness and medical solutions part of the process; we offer MEDICAL ACUPUNCTURE,COUNSELING AND HERBS.
Our practice is always focused on helping patients achieve balance and wellness in the physical, mental and emotional aspects of their lives.
Liver | Gallbladder
The liver is known as the commanding general of the body having more than 500 functions. According to TCM, liver is the organs a woman’s health more than any other organ. Simply put, the liver is the body’s main organ of detoxification. Everything we eat and drink is filtered by the liver is the body’s main organ of detoxification. Everything we eat and drink is filtered by the lover including medications and drugs. The liver works very hard to keep us healthy by getting rid of what we don’t need. Our hormonal balance, cholesterol levels and weight are governed by the liver as well. The liver even possesses the remarkable capacity to regenerate itself. When the liver and gallbladder are imbalanced they are described as stagnant or stuck. That means the energy is not smoothly moving through them. The liver works very hard to keep us healthy by getting rid of what we don’t need. Our hormonal balance, cholesterol levels and weight are governed by the liver as well. The liver even possesses the remarkable capacity to regenerate itself. When the liver and gallbladder are imbalanced they are described as stagnant or stuck. That means the energy is not smoothly moving through them.
Some of the many physical and emotional symptoms of this imbalance include
Kidney | Urinary Bladder
The kidneys are the root of all pre-natal qi in the body, just as the Spleen is the root of all post-natal qi. Anything that might be considered genetic or hereditary in modern terms stems from the kidneys, as all of our ancestral information is stored there. It is internally-externally related to the Bladder. Kidney energy may be low from birth, but is also progressively depleted with age. It is particularly vulnerable to exhaustion due to factors such as overwork, a hard-driven lifestyle, insufficient fluid intake, multiple pregnancies and chronic illness or stress. For most people by the age of 40, declining Kidney energy is beginning to impact on their health.
Infertility | Sexual dysfunction | Menopause, Andropause | Impaired immunity | High blood pressure
Symptoms can occur Kidney Weakness
Heart | Pericardium
Considered the residence of the mind and spirit, the heart is the organ most often involved in psychological imbalances. Properly nourished and balanced, the heart maintains our innate wisdom, contentment, and emotional balance. The role of the Heart, known in traditional Chinese physiology as the ruler of the other organs, has exceptional importance. Its function in traditional Chinese medicine parallels its Western anatomic function of pumping blood throughout the body to maintain life, but in the Eastern tradition it is also intimately involved with mental and emotional processes.
The Lung’s major functions include maintaining healthy immune defenses against pathogens, as well as circulating Qi and fluids throughout the body. Emotionally and physically, the Lung (along with its organ partner, the Large Intestine), is responsible for helping you “let go” of whatever you don’t need, from life experiences to emotions to actual metabolic by-products.
❏ Weak breathing, shortness of breath on exertion
❏ Weak cough
❏ Weak voice, lack of desire of speaking
❏ Weakened Immunity
Symptoms of lung imbalanced include
Spleen | Stomach
The Spleen is the root of all postnatal Qi. Combined with the Stomach it takes all things consumed and converts them into energy. If any lack of qi is found in the body, the Spleen is the first place to look for an imbalance. It is internally-externally related to the Stomach. Its element is earth. The spleen governs transformation and transportation. Once the stomach breaks down and digests food, the spleen transforms it into usable nutrition and qi, then transports this food essence to the other organs. The spleen plays an essential role in the production of blood as well.