A Chinese Wellness Center
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Richland Hills, TX 76118


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What is the purpose of Acupuncture? And How Does It Work?

The intent of acupuncture therapy is to promote health and alleviate pain and suffering. The method by which this is accomplished, though it may seem strange and mysterious to many, has been time tested over thousands of years and continues to be validated today.
The perspective from which an acupuncturist views health and sickness hinges on concepts of "vital energy," "energetic balance" and "energetic imbalance." Just as the Western medical doctor monitors the blood flowing through blood vessels and the messages traveling via the nervous system, the acupuncturist assesses the flow and distribution of this "vital energy" within its pathways, known as "meridians and channels".


Our Acupuncturist, Jing Yi Tsing, L.Ac., LHP, is able to influence health and sickness by stimulating certain areas along these "meridians". Traditionally these areas or "acupoints" were stimulated by fine, slender needles. Today, many additional forms of stimulation are incorporated, including herbs, electricity, magnets and lasers. Still, the aim remains the same - adjust the "vital energy" so the proper amount reaches the proper place at the proper time. This helps your body heal itself.


Acupuncture is just one form of therapy used within the coherent system of healing known as Oriental Medicine. Oriental Medicine includes herbology, physical therapy, dietetics and special exercises (such as Tai Chi and Qi Gong), and is a complete medical system unto itself and is not another branch of modern Western medicine. Acupuncture evolved from principles and philosophies unique to Oriental thinking and Oriental Medicine, and is most effectively applied when done in accordance with those principles.




The number of treatments needed differs from person to person. For complex or long-standing conditions, one or two treatments a week for several months may be recommended. For acute problems, usually fewer visits are required.

Many conditions may be treated with acupuncture and its adjunct therapies including cupping and moxibustion.

Conditions treated with acupuncture may include:

  • Arthritis
  • Back pain
  • Cancer Treatment Side Effects
  • Cardiovascular Desease, Circulation and Blood
  • Diabetes
  • Digestive Disorders
  • Emotional Imbalance
  • Face lift
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Gout
  • Headaches and Migraines
  • Hypertension
  • Hypotension
  • Hormone imbalance
  • Men's Health
  • Neurological Pain
  • Respiratory Disorders
  • Sciatica
  • Sports Injuries
  • Stroke
  • Urinary,menstrual, and reproductive challenges
  • Women's Health
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