Acupuncture and Oriental medicine can be used to treat your entire family’s health care needs. Health experts confirm that many common and chronic health disorders are effectively treated with acupuncture. The treatment is centered on the individual rather than the disease. The mental, emotional and physical are considered interrelated.
The Chinese and other East Asian peoples have been using acupuncture to restore, promote and maintain good health for about 2,500 years. Health concerns commonly treated by acupuncturists include pain as well as allergies and asthma, fatigue and sleep disorders, PMS, digestive disorders, addictions and much more.
Dr. Altman's clinical interests include type 2 diabetes, digestive wellness, physical medicine, acupuncture and East Asian medicine.
Dr. Bayer's clinical interests include treatment of musculoskeletal disorders and pain management.
Dr. Cao's clinical interests are internal medicine, cancer care, stress relief, infertility, menopause, immune support and pain control.
Dr. Ding has been practicing acupuncture and Chinese herbs combined with Western Medicine since 1976, in addition to working as a registered nurse in neurosurgery and organ transplantation for eight years.
Mr. Dowling’s clinical interests include auricular acupuncture, herbal medicine and manual therapy.
Susie Hayes' clinical interests include women’s health; pregnancy; fertility; digestive health and nutrition; pain and physical trauma; psychiatry; neurology; cardiology; immune support; ear, nose and throat; and chronic illness with acupuncture and lifestyle coaching.
Ms. Hughes's clinical interests include chemical dependency, women's health, geriatrics and the treatment of chronic disease, end of life care, cancer care, and stroke rehabilitation.
Ms. King's clinical interests include women's disorders, pediatrics, pain control and allergy elimination.
Dr. Kirkham has a particular focus on using acupuncture and herbal medicine to treat acute and chronic pain, including sport injuries.