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In Chinese medicine, this is referred to as "differentiation". Doctor's formulas are used as teas or in capsule form, and they are often prescribed to provide a stabilizing link between acupuncture visits. Moxibustion, the stimulation of energy by the use of burning herbs, is also used. Like acupuncture, they effect changes in the energy balance of the body to restore health. Both acupuncture and traditional herbal formulas are powerful forms of Chinese medicine.
Also, acupuncture is part of the traditional medicine of China that includes herbal medicine, exercise, massage and diet. Specifically, acupuncture is a method of using fine needles to stimulate invisible lines of energy or Qi (pronounced "chee") running beneath the surface of the skin. This affects a change in the energy balance of the body and works to restore health.
Internationally acclaimed Dr. Jiang and her talented, dedicated staff have been serving the community of Colorado Springs with chinese herbal medicine successfully since 1999. Thousands of our patients have benefited physically, emotionally and spiritually from the treatments we provide. The degree of physical benefit for many of these patients has saved them from having to endure invasive medical treatments and expensive prescriptions.
We are here and ready to help you heal in the serenity of our peaceful and calming clinic. We provide a full range of acupuncture services in Colorado Springs.
Acupuncture has been proven and endorsed as an effective form of treatment for the following conditions - and many more:
|Knee pain||Lower back pain||Menstruation|
|Morning sickness||Nausea||Neck pain|
|Dental pain||Post-op pain||Sciatica|
A dozen tiny needles prick into her eyelids, near her tear ducts and along the ridge of her eye socket. A handful of others trail from her ears to the tops of her feet. Mary Lou Gollan lies calmly on a cushioned table in a dimly lit room, her eyes closed, needles wiggling from her thumbs as she explains how acupuncture has helped her vision where traditional medicine failed. “When I walked outside, it was amazing to me how much brighter things were,” Gollan said of her first acupuncture treatment. “I’m looking across the street at the trees and I’m thinking, ‘Wow, it’s been a long time since I’ve seen leaves on the trees.’” Four years ago Gollan was diagnosed with age-related dry macular degeneration, an eye disease that has no cure.Read more...
I am William Scott, the CEO of an estate planning company. In my business I regularly meet with people to facilitate planning for future needs. My lifestyle is subjected to significant stress (particularly in the current economic climate). As a result of the stress caused by the business, I increased my weight in excess of 100 lbs. and began to see a deterioration in my overall health. In 2008, I was concerned about my health and consulted with Dr. Nawei Jiang to develop a holistic approach to improving my health.Read more...