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Juntendo Clinic offers Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine along with a number of alternative healing methods to provide patients with the highest standard health care.
To ensure maximum effectiveness, treatment plans are carefully drafted and discussed with each patient to address individual needs for both acute and chronic conditions. We only use disposable needles.
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Auricular Acupuncture, also known as “ear acupuncture” is a very common technique that is used to stimulate specific points of the ear. This approach was mainly used in China but since the 1980s, auricular acupuncture has become more popular all over the world. The traditional acupuncture uses hair thin needles to stimulate different points all over your body but ear acupuncture exclusively focuses on ears. Read More
Five-Element Acupuncture is a powerful unique system that treats the cause of many diseases. The five elements are earth, water, metal, fire and wood. When these five elements are balanced within our bodies, we experience good health and overall joy of being truly alive. Professor Worsley, the master of Five-Element Acupuncture utilized the Causative Factor - The true cause of disease. Read More
Japanese Style Acupuncture
What is Japanese Style Acupuncture? Japanese style acupuncture uses a gentler technique and even thinner needles. Japanese Acupuncture diagnostic assessment is mainly by feeling the abdomen, back and other pulses along the meridian system. In traditional Chinese medicine, meridians are paths in which the life energy known as “qi” flows. Read More
Traditional Chinese Style Acupuncture
In Traditional Chinese Style Acupuncture, the practitioners use bigger needles with more depth of insertion. The purpose behind this method is to stimulate the sensation of life energy flow called the “De Qi” faster. Acupuncturists may also gently rotate the needle in order to enhance the sensation. The stimulation of the De Qi sensation is very important as it will help with best results for your treatment. Read More
Cupping / Rolling Cupping
Cupping has been used for thousands of years to treat a wide range of health issues like strains, sprains, inflammation, back pains, and blood flow. Cupping therapy can remove harmful toxins from your body to promote overall health. It is fast and effective treatment, it can take up to 30 minutes and in most cases the patient will start to feel better immediately after treatment. Read More
Electroacupuncture is similar to acupuncture, the main difference is that in acupuncture there is use of one thin needle at each pressure point but in Electroacupuncture is a modified form that uses two needles instead of one. There is also use of a mild electric current that passes between the two needles to simulate the acupoints. Read More
Gua Sha is natural therapy which involves scraping your skin to improve your circulation with a massage tool. This is an ancient healing technique that can help with chronic pain and improve overall health. Dr. Ye and her team at Juntendo Clinic are experts in gua sha and have 30 years of experience. Your technician at Juntendo Clinic will scrape your skin in a downward motion with a gua massage tool to increase blood flow. Read More
Tui Na or Tuina is an ancient Chinese massage and is one of the four main branches in traditional Chinese medicine alongside Chinese herbal medicine, qi gong, and acupuncture. Like acupuncture, tui na massage stimulates the flow of qi (life force or energy) to promote balance within your body. Your practitioner at Juntendo clinic will use fingers instead of needles to stimulate acupoints to create harmony in the yin and yang of the body. Read More
Moxibustion is an ancient technique in traditional Chinese medicine which dates back to 3000 years. Moxibustion involves burning herbs near the surface of skin to enhance the therapeutic effect. Keep in mind, moxibustion does not burn the skin, you will just feel a mild warmth on your skin. Just like other forms of traditional Chinese medicine, the main purpose of Moxibustion is to enhance circulation and improve overall health. Read More
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