Oriental Medicine

Oriental Medicine is the study of energetics and functional relationships. Oriental Medicine employs a diagnostic protocol that evaluates complex symptom patterns, examining not only single organ dysfunction, but also dysfunction between organ systems.  Through examining the functional interplay between all body systems, a comprehensive treatment plan can be developed to correct energetic imbalances, encourage the body to heal itself and function better.

Oriental Medicine has five main branches; each branch is a complete discipline unto itself.  The five traditional branches are:

  • Acupuncture/Moxibustion
  • Herbal Therapy
  • Dietary Therapy
  • Therapeutic Massage (Tui Na)
  • Qigong/Meditation

Oriental Medicine is a functional medicine:  focusing on helping you to live and enjoy your life with more comfort and ease - whether that is decreasing pain, increasing range of motion, or being able to sleep better.  This multi-discipline approach seeks to encourage health and a more energetic, balanced daily experience.