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Health is your body's natural condition. 

We are the premier wellness destination on the Treasure Coast. We offer a natural, holistic approach to patient care that promotes healing and wellness through the art of ancient medicine with today's technology. 

 

Are you ready to embark on your wellness journey? Our team will be with you every step of the way.

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Acupuncture

The core of this ancient Chinese medicine is the philosophy that Qi (pronounced “chee”), or life energy, flows throughout the body. Qi helps animate the body and protect it from pain and disease. A person’s health is influenced by the quality, quantity, and balance of Qi. There is a classical Chinese explanation that channels of energy run in regular patterns through the body and over its surface. These energy channels, called meridians, are like rivers flowing through the body to irrigate and nourish the tissues. An obstruction in the movement of these energy rivers is like a dam that backs up in others.

Acupuncture is the science of improving the flow of Qi through these meridians by needling the acupuncture points. The Acupuncturist’s needles unblock the obstructions at the dams and reestablish the regular flow through the meridians. Acupuncture treatments may be able to help the body’s internal organs to correct imbalances in digestion, absorption, and energy production activities, and in the circulation of their energy through the meridians. The improved energy and biochemical balance produced by the Acupuncturist's efforts can potentially stimulate the body’s natural healing abilities and may be able to promote improved physical and emotional well-being. This can help facilitate the restoration of the flow of Qi – the vital life force that flows throughout the body.

Moxibustion

Moxibustion, a traditional Chinese therapy, involves burning dried mugwort to stimulate specific acupuncture points or areas of the body. This method, often used alongside acupuncture, aims to promote healing and alleviate various health issues by enhancing circulation and the flow of vital energy (qi).

During a moxibustion session, heat is applied to the skin either directly with burning moxa or indirectly through a moxa stick held over acupuncture points. This stimulation is believed to restore balance, addressing conditions such as pain, digestive disorders, and respiratory issues. Moxibustion, considered safe when performed by a trained practitioner, offers therapeutic benefits and complements holistic health approaches.

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Acupoint Injection Therapy

AIT herbs, Acupuncture Point Injection or Acupoint Injection Therapy (AIT) is an integrative therapy that blends the best of Chinese Medicine with conventional and homeopathic medicine. Employing this technique, AIT-certified Acupuncture Physicians inject natural therapeutic substances, such as homeopathic remedies or vitamins, into acupuncture points specific to your wellness needs as part of their Holistic Therapy. By stimulating powerful acupuncture points with proven natural substances, we can affect the body on a deeper level and promote a healing climate. AIT has been reported effective for the resolution of acute and chronic pain in the body, particularly in the shoulder, back, knee and neck, with past clients. Holistic Medicine often provides a wide range of alternative therapies beyond narrowly proscribed western techniques.

We also use AIT techniques with many of our weight loss protocols, Cosmetic Acupuncture programs, and even B-12 injections. Sometimes referred to as “biopuncture”, in order to use AIT as a therapy acupuncture physicians must complete additional didactic and clinical training beyond their traditional education. Additional certification in AIT must be earned in order to practice this technique.

Qi Gong

Qi gong, pronounced "chi-gong," stands as one of the oldest health practices, handed down through generations in China for over 3,000 years. Beyond mere exercise, it serves as a means to enhance or regain health. Through regular practice, the subtle movements, synchronized breathing, and mental clarity of Qi gong can foster positive changes within the body by harmonizing circulation and invigorating internal organs. Accessible to individuals of all ages and fitness levels, Qi gong offers a versatile approach to relaxation, athletic optimization, and disease prevention. Its simplicity renders it easy to grasp, making it a valuable tool for unwinding after a day's work, improving athletic prowess, or fortifying the body against illness.

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Auricular

Auricular therapy, also referred to as auriculotherapy or ear acupuncture, is a form of complementary medicine that involves stimulating specific points on the ear to address various health conditions. This practice is grounded in the idea that the ear serves as a microsystem reflecting the entire body, with distinct points corresponding to various organs and systems.

During auricular therapy sessions, practitioners may utilize tiny seeds called Vaccaria seeds, pressure, or electrical stimulation on these ear points to alleviate pain, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being. Often used alongside treatments like acupuncture or massage, auricular therapy can assist with pain management, addiction cessation, anxiety, and digestive issues.

This therapy is thought to activate the body's innate healing mechanisms and restore harmony to its energy flow.

Cupping

Cupping therapy, originating from ancient Chinese medicine, employs localized suction on the skin to stimulate healing. By drawing the skin upward, it facilitates the circulation of healthy blood beneath stagnant or painful areas, promoting natural healing processes. Suction can be generated through manual techniques or by employing electrical pumps.

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Herbal Medicine

Chinese Herbal Medicine

Herbal medicine stands as a potent healing approach, addressing root causes with minimal risk of adverse effects. When Qi, the body's vital energy, becomes depleted from various factors like trauma or stress, Chinese Medicine steps in to restore it. Herbs play a vital role in replenishing Qi within the body's organ networks, enabling them to fulfill their functions effectively. From alleviating common ailments like colds, allergies, or cramps to bolstering the body's defenses and immunity, herbal formulas offer diverse benefits. These treatments come in various forms such as boiled teas, bottled extracts, powdered supplements, capsules, tea pills, or even injections.

Gua Sha

Gua sha is a traditional Chinese healing technique that involves scraping the skin with a tool to improve circulation and promote healing. It's often used to relieve muscle tension, pain, and inflammation. The technique involves applying pressure and scraping the skin with a smooth-edged instrument, such as a spoon or jade tool, in repeated strokes over the affected area. This scraping action is believed to help release unhealthy elements from injured areas and stimulate blood flow and healing. Gua sha is commonly used on the back, neck, shoulders, and limbs, and it may cause temporary redness or bruising on the skin, which typically fades within a few days.

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Massage Therapy

Tuina

Tui na massage is a traditional Chinese therapeutic technique that manipulates the body's soft tissues, muscles, and joints to promote healing and relaxation. By stimulating the flow of qi and blood, Tui na massage aims to release muscle tension, improve circulation, and support the body's natural healing processes. It is commonly used to alleviate musculoskeletal conditions, relieve pain, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being. Tui na massage sessions can vary in intensity and are typically performed fully clothed on a massage table or seated in a chair, making it accessible to people of all ages.

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