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Acupuncture Treatment

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In Chinese Medicine we treat the person, not the ailment. We see each patient as a unique phenomenon. Several people may have the same disorder and yet each of them may receive different treatments. Therefore the type of treatment, as well as the amount of treatments necessary, will depend on the general health of the patient, the complexity of the ailment, and the length of time the patient has had the problem.

A first time visit for acupuncture begins with an extensive medical uptake. During this time your health history, and that of your family is noted. Former illnesses and issues are reviewed. I encourage you to discuss your ailments and any other matters you would like to express. Both Eastern and Western diagnostic techniques are used in my evaluations. After a discussion a treatment is given. Herbs, exercises, or health aids may be prescribed to assist the healing process. This visit typically lasts 1-1/2 to 2 hours. Follow-up treatments are approximately 1 hour.

Acupuncture is deeply relaxing. By placing needles in the acupuncture points, the bodies electrical energy system is tapped into. This effects the entire body, even the internal organs. You will feel this and experience a sense of harmony and well being as the free flow of energy moves through the body unobstructed. Patients always remark about this relaxed state and about the peaceful night's sleep they enjoy after a treatment.

I use very fine Japanese disposable needles. Americans usually equate all needles with hypodermic needles. Hypodermic needles are used to take blood out or inject something into the body. To do this they must be quite large. They bare no resemblance to the hair fine, bend-able needles used in acupuncture.

I began my career in acupuncture in 1983 while living in France. I've have been a nationally Board Certified Diplomat in Acupuncture in America since 1987. In 1989 I became a Florida State Acupuncture Physician and a member of the Florida State Oriental Medical Association. Recognized as an expert in the field of Oriental Medicine, I have lectured, published articles, and appeared in the Miami Herald. I've also received many awards including Acupuncturist of Distinction. I have taught Chinese Herbal Patent remedies at the Florida State Oriental Medical Association.

I practice Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, French, and American forms of acupuncture. Over the last two decades I have used acupuncture to help patients with an endless list of ailments. I use acupuncture and herbs to treat menopause, (please see the Miami Herald article on the home page). I have successfully treated both acute as well as chronic disorders. Acute problems may arise from accidents, injuries, trauma and exposure to bacteria and viruses. Whereas chronic ailments are of a longer duration, and may be due to genetic predisposition, weakened organ function, hormonal disruptions and long term exposure to toxins.

For more information, refer to the Article on Acupunture.

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