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It brings me sincere and great pleasure to connect with you.


The sole purpose of me practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine here in the San Francisco South Bay Area, is to assure my patients have the greatest opportunity to cultivate, experience and enjoy long term natural health and vitality.


I enjoy working closely with each patient, and educating them about the holistic medical system of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine.


Most patients don't initially realize that each and every treatment I give, is customized completely by me, to meet the very specific needs of each individual patient.  


Whether we are treating one of the many forms of chronic illness, stress, or aches and pains, I approach each individual case with sincere compassion, and a dedicatedresolution to assist my patient in achieving a more balanced body, and a greater overall well-being, which is translates to greater health, here in the West! 


And again, this is all done through the skillfull use of the  time-tested ancient remedies known simply as Traditional Chinese Medicine. 


Treatable Conditions


  • Allergy & Asthma

  • Chronic Fatigue

  • Bronchitis/Cough

  • Depression/ Anxiety/ Stress

  • Diabetes 

  • Digestive & Crohns 

  • Fertiity & Women's Health

  • Headache / Migraine

  • Hypertension

  • Immune Disorder

  • Pain

  • Skin / Dermatology

  • Sleep Insominia / Sleep Apnea

  • Stroke

  • Weight Management

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What is Traditional Chinese medicine?
-and how is Natural Healthcare so effective?


Many still wonder how this seemingly unconventional approach to medicine could be gaining such vast popularity and regard in the Western medical world?


Yet in all actuality, there is very little that is unconventional about Traditional Chinese Medicine.


Chinese medicine and Natural Healthcare focuses on a holistic approach to medicine; that is, an approach using natural herbs and physical stimulation, recognizing that all the functions and systems of the body are connected in a symbiotic relationship.


In essence, allowing one aspect of one's health to degrade will at some point invariably casue the others to eventually follow and degrade along with it.


The main problem with the approach of Western medicine has always been it's huge dependence on pharmaceutical chemicals, and that the treatment of an illness' symptoms as, or after they begin to appear. However, as you will soon begin to see, there is a better way...

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