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Bethesda, MD 20817

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Our Services

Telemedicine is available for services such as consultations for wellness, acupuncture, herbal therapy and Chinese nutrition. Demonstrations for self-care using acupressure at home along with Qigong breathing techniques may be incorporated.  

Acupuncture is one of several medical interventions used in Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is performed by painlessly applying hair-fine needles to specific points on the body. Modern research has shown that acupuncture can be used to treat side effects, symptoms, and a wide-range of conditions.

Electroacupuncture is a form of acupuncture where a small electric current is passed between pairs of acupuncture needles. This intervention is used to increase stimulation during treatment.

Magnet therapy is a needle-free intervention which uses magnets of varying strengths to stimulate acupuncture points. This non-invasive procedure may be used to supplement or replace traditional needling interventions. 

Chinese herbal medicine includes dietary supplements, traditional Chinese herbal therapy, and topical treatments. We safely prescribe high quality supplements based on the unique needs of each patient. Customized supplements are checked for interactions with medications currently being taken.

Traditional Chinese Nutritional consultations offer nutritional guidelines following the principles of traditional Chinese medicinal food therapy integrated with modern dietary therapies to support your health.

Cupping is a gentle technique used in Traditional Chinese Medicine which involves using negative pressure to create suction on the skin. Cupping may be used for various conditions including asthma, common colds, pain, inflammation, relaxation and general well-being.

Tui Na refers to a range of Traditional Chinese Medicine therapeutic bodywork techniques that are used to reduce pain, release muscle spasms and increase range of motion.