We provide Acupuncture, Chinese herbs, Cupping,Qigong Bodywork, Zheng's Qigong Treatment forHealing and Disease Prevention,Five elements music therapy andelectric needle stimulation in our clinic.

Acupuncture - Acupuncture is a natural healing technique whichregulatesthe flow of vital energy (Chi) through the body by inserting needles into the body’s energy pathways. Scientific research has demonstrated againthat acupuncture produces measurable effects within the body. Acupuncture has been proven to be safe and effective treatment for a wide range of conditions including headache, nausea, back pain, knee pain, arthritis, infertility, and emotional disorders. Jing River Acupuncture Clinic uses only sterile,disposable needles.

Chinese HerbsChinese herbs may be given in the form of teas, pills, and capsulesto supplement acupuncture treatment. Chinese herbs are used for balancing,harmonizing, and cleaning the body’s systems. Jing River Acupuncture Clinic has a largeselection of standard formulas and is well-trained in prescribingthem.

CuppingThe application of glass cups to create a suction on the skin. Thisis to relieve stagnation of qi and blood to help relieve the pain, e.g. in sports injury.

Electro-stimulationProvides electrical stimulation to twoto four acupuncture needles. It can be used for pain relief and musclepain.

Five elements music therapy - Traditional Chinese Medicine considers that the different mainsound and the different sound waves and nature of waves arise from different melody and orchestration, the music in the five tunes has different effects onthe internal organs and sentiments. For example, the music in the tune of Shangis regulative to the lungs, excretive to the spleen, tonic to the kidney and restraint to the liver. The music in other tunes has the same effects to corresponding internal organs. Jing River Acupuncture clinic chooses music for listening according to differentiation of season, time, person, symptoms and signs. It makes us relax, dissolved in nature and the lovelymelody.

Jing River Acupuncture, LLC. 2012