Ha Lyoung Hwang Acupuncture
acupuncture that delivers results
I believe in the natural healing process of the body. Disease usually takes a long time to develop, and therefore takes time to heal. Our bodies are remarkable in the billions of activities that take place every second to help us maintain health. Things we can take control of to help gain back and maintain health include having a healthy diet, exercising regularly, doing daily relaxation techniques, resolving emotional baggage, building a health support team you trust, learning to love yourself and forgiving those around you who may have created pain in your life.
I hope through the wonderful traditions of Chinese medicine and acupuncture to be able help you along your path of being healthy and pain free.
Painless and drugless relief of the presenting symptoms and improved balance of bodily energies which may lead to prevention or elimination of the presenting problem. Absence of serious side effects. Traditional Chinese medicine explains acupuncture as a technique for balancing the flow of energy or life force — known as qi or chi (CHEE) — believed to flow through pathways (meridians) in your body. By inserting needles into specific points along these meridians, acupuncture practitioners believe that your energy flow will re-balance.
Herbs are seldom used singly: they are usually combined in prescriptions containing five to fifteen substances, the dosages average three to fifteen grams per herbs, most commonly, herbs are decocted into drink, but pills, powders, tinctures, and poultices are also widely used. Because every patients body is unique, the physical begins with a general prescription as delineated in the classical texts, and then adjust the mixture to the patient by adding or deleting various herbs of by manipulating the dosages of the compounds to fit the precise disharmony.