Rooted in TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) theory and supported by modern science, acupuncture is utilized in traditional medical settings to treat diverse conditions while also bolstering the body’s innate defenses preventatively.

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Traditional Chinese Acupuncture Explained

For over 3000 years, acupuncture has been an integral aspect of traditional Chinese medicine, originating as a vital therapeutic practice in China. While rooted in ancient wisdom, its integration into contemporary medical settings has rapidly evolved. Central to Chinese Medicine is the concept of Yin and Yang, opposing forces that, when harmonized, maintain holistic well-being. The intricate network of Meridians, akin to rivers of vital energy (Qi), courses through our bodies, preserving equilibrium. When this flow is disrupted, illness may emerge. Acupuncture intervenes by delicately stimulating specific points on these meridians, dissolving energy blockages and igniting the body’s innate healing response.

Ancient Wisdom and Modern Science

Although the traditional concepts of Meridians and Qi may not directly align with Western medical paradigms, recent research reveals connections between acupuncture points and neural structures. Canadian researchers have made notable strides in elucidating these connections. Studies on pain relief through acupuncture indicate that it triggers nerve fibers in muscles, prompting a cascade of responses involving the spinal cord, midbrain, and hypothalamus-pituitary. This orchestrated response enhances blood circulation, releases endorphins, and modulates pain signals.

What is it?

Medical acupuncture combines traditional Chinese acupuncture principles with contemporary medical insights such as anatomy and physiology. This therapeutic approach entails the precise insertion of sterile needles into specific body points to stimulate natural healing, mitigate pain, and restore bodily functions. By prodding these points, the body’s equilibrium is reinstated, catalyzing self-healing and fostering homeostasis. Scientific investigations highlight its effects on the nervous system, muscles, and tissues.

The Science Behind Acupuncture

According to acupuncture doctrine, an intricate web of Meridians interconnects our body and organs, conduits for Qi, the life force. Distinct qualities of Qi govern diverse bodily regions. Acupuncture points along these meridians exert influence over organ Qi. Disruptions in Qi herald health issues; acupuncture restores balance, safeguarding well-being.

Who Can Benefit?

Experience the myriad benefits of acupuncture:

1. Relieve pain without medication.
2. Effectively address acute and chronic ailments.
3. Tackle root causes, not just symptoms.
4. Embrace holistic well-being encompassing body, mind, and spirit.

It offers relief for various conditions:

  • Musculoskeletal Disorders: Easing arthritis, back pain, and more
  • Neurological Disorders: Managing migraines, neuropathy, and post-stroke effects
  • Digestive Disorders: Alleviating IBS, gastritis, and more
  • Respiratory Disorders: Soothing asthma, sinusitis, and allergic rhinitis
  • Reproductive Health Issues: Addressing menstrual cramps, infertility, and menopausal symptoms

A Multifaceted Approach to Healing

Discover the extensive scope of medical acupuncture in treating a variety of conditions:

  • Respiratory and ENT disorders

  • Gastrointestinal issues

  • Neurological and musculoskeletal disorders

  • Women’s health concerns

  • Pediatric and dermatological conditions

  • Sub-health challenges

Safety & Care

Our single-use, sterilized needles meet the highest standards. While minor pricking and occasional bleeding can occur, it’s a well-tolerated process. For those on anticoagulants, cautious manipulation is employed. Infrequent discomfort might arise from unique factors.

Serving Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam & Port Moody Areas

Our Medical Acupuncturist

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Zoe Kung


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