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Acupuncture, one of the principal treatments in the practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine, promotes healing by regulating the body’s flow of qi (vital life force, pronounced “chee”.) When qi stagnates, is blocked, or is too plentiful, illness results. When energy flows freely wellbeing is restored.


Over thousands of years, TCM has mapped out the movement of qi in the body through a system of 12 main meridians. Each meridian connects to one specific organ, or group of organs, that govern particular bodily functions.

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Chinese Herbal Medicine

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