World Health Organization and Acupuncture

Acupuncture can treat multiple diseases. Listed below are just some conditions that Acupuncture can treat as stated by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the National Institute of Health (NIH).

Arthritis / Allergies / Asthma / Neck & Back Pain / Sciatica / Disc problems / Sprains / Sports Injuries Postsurgical pain / Headaches / Migraines / Fibromyalgia / Depression / Anxiety / Stress

EMC is excited to announce a new acupuncture clinician, Adrienne Dooling L.Ac Adrienne is available Wednesdays and Thursdays, (10-5 pm); check Friday schedule for health consultations (9-5 pm).
Adrienne’s style of acupuncture is very different from our other acupuncturists at EMC, as her pricing reflects this. She is hands-on with the client the full 45-min session. Her specialty is on structural alignment and chronic diseases including: scoliosis, meniscus tears (not complete tears), arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, Chrons’ disease of the gut. To read more about Adrienne, go to her Profile >

Dr Teresa Shen and Eric Wei Wang EMC Acupuncture

EMC is excited to announce a new acupuncture clinician, Eric Wei Wang, DAOM L.Ac. (Eric is available Monday and Thursday (9-5 pm), Saturdays (starting 11/18)(9-2 pm).

Natural Awakenings Magazine _Eric Wei WangEric, pictured with EMC Founder, Teresa Shen, specializes in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine with a focus on orthopedics trauma and sport medicine. Eric’s work experience speaks for itself and we feel fortunate to have him as a part of our team. For more information see Eric’s Profile >

EMC is also very fortunate to have Candace Luo, L.Ac, MSTCM, MHA, CMI with us. She has provided consistent, specialized solutions and great relief to EMC clients!

CandaceNot only is Candace incredibly gentle and has the best side manner, she is very good at what she does! She specializes in working with internal disease, such as acute respiratory infections, asthma, bronchitis, digestive-intestinal disorders, fatigue, diabetes, osteoarthritis, and woman’s health issues. To read more about Candace, please see her Profile


Acupuncture testimonial


Champion Swimmer’s Testimonial: “After one treatment I regained movement, within a few weeks my pain had reduced so much that it was only intermittent. By the end of the year, it was gone. I was so happy that I did not go down the typical Western medical approach: pain killers, physical therapy and no training. If I had followed that path I would not have won two National Championships in Master’s Swimming in 2008.”

Acupuncture has been around for 5,000 years and was actually discovered on the battlefields of ancient China, when wounded warriors who were shot by arrowheads reported that they were suddenly relieved of long-standing chronic aliments they used to have. It was here that the energy “Qi,” (pronounced chee or key) was discovered, which travels through complex networks in the body (meridians). In China they used “stones with sharp edges” (Gao, Duo’s Chinese Medicine), but now we use thin sterile needles to assist our complex bioelectric systems.

Qi literally translates as “breath,” “air,” or “gas,” and figuratively as “material energy,” “life force,” or “energy flow.” Qi is the central underlying principle in traditional Chinese medicine and martial arts.

Energy circulates throughout the body along well-defined pathways. By placing small needles on specific spots along the meridians, called ‘vital points,’ or ‘acupoints’, the acupuncturist is able to balance the Yin and Yang, causing vital-energy to flow, stop, accelerate, slow down or whatever the body needs (Reid, Daniel P.’s The Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity); therefore, pain and inefficient energy flow is alleviated. Due to its proven effectiveness, Acupuncture has been embraced throughout the world and especially by the Eastern Medical Center’s clients.

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