We are practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine dedicated to provide services of high quality and value that will improve the lives of our patients.
Our office is a joint partnership of experienced staff trained in Eastern and Western medicine. Our philosophy is to utilize both practices to form a comprehensive and integrative approach to health.
Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Moxibustion, Cupping Therapy, and Tui Na (Chinese Physical Therapy).
If you are unsure which type of service is right for you, please contact us for a free consultation.
Our treatments can help cure or alleviate symptoms for many illnesses; some of which include:
Reduce side effects (vomiting, diarrhea, pain) of chemotherapy and radiation; boost energy levels and accelerate recovery
Reduce A1c levels and balance sugar levels
Increase quality and quantify follicles during IVF; accurately predict ovulation time; improve blood flow to uterus and success rates
Effectively alleviate pain, discomfort and increase recovery time
Remove unwanted elements such as lines, dark circles, acne and condition the shape of the face
Relax the body and mind and help prevent strokes or heart attacks
Exams fees are due at the time of the appointment.
Payments can be made in cash, check or credit card.
Providers include, but not limited to: Humana, Aetna, Cigna, United Healthcare, Kaiser Permanente, Blue Cross Blue Shield Association.
Commercial Health Insurance is generally accepted.
Acupuncture is a time-tested medicine of 3000 years old, one of the arts of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), and a prominent study still being researched and developed today.
The basis of TCM depicts a natural flow of energy that is constantly flowing throughout one’s body. When this flow of energy is disrupted, it affects the wellness and self-healing interaction of the mind and body.
A trained practitioner is able to pinpoint these energy imbalances in many ways such as visual cues or pulse listening techniques.
The technique is to pierce a fine and sterile needle through an area of the skin in relation to the disease by a depth of a few millimeters. This procedure can influence and correct the natural flow of energy, and accelerate the body’s capabilities of natural healing.
TCM takes a macro approach to disease by pursuing homeostasis in the human body. It focuses on prevention, wellness and the self-healing mechanisms of the mind and body.
In contrast, Western medicine looks at parts of the body separately and deals with the underlying problem directly by utilizing drugs or technology.
The efficacy of Western medicine may be the greatest among all practices but there are instances where it cannot control side effects of the drugs or reduce the patient’s pain and suffering. Where Western medicine fails is often where people turn to TCM. Proper application of TCM imposes no harmful side effects and can often treat problems where Western Medicine is ineffective. It also complements Western medicine in many ways by easing symptoms and accelerating self-healing.
By combining both practices side by side we can realize a much greater potential for medical treatments.
The Wellness Center 2010 West Chester Pike Suite 448 Havertown, PA 19083
Office Hours Monday ‒ Saturday: 8AM - 5PM Sunday: Closed
Please call us directly with any questions, comments, or scheduling inquiries you may have.
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