Acupuncture Clinic based in New York City
Acupuncture originated from China and has been practiced for five thousands of years. It is part of the holistic system of healing known as Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). There is an energy force flowing throughout the body. This force, known as Qi (pronounced “Chee”). Qi flows through various channels throughout the body, called “meridians”, are like series of interconnected highways.
Tui Na (tuina)
Chinese Bodywork Massage Therapy
Tuina (Tui Na) is an Oriental Bodywork Therapy that has been used in China for 2,000 years. Tuina (Tui Na) uses the traditional Chinese medical theory of the flow of Qi through the meridians as its basic therapeutic orientation. Through the application of massage and manipulation techniques Tuina (Tui Na) seeks to establish a more harmonious flow of Qi.
Cupping therapy is the method of using glass or plastic cups to create localized pressure by a vacuum. The Chinese have been doing this since ancient times by using heat inside glass or bamboo cups. Nowadays, cupping sets use suction to create the vacuum. The vacuum inside the cups causes the blood to form in the area and help the healing in that area.
We are is experienced in delivering skilled manual therapy techniques for different group of patients with mainly musculoskeletal disorders and conditions. At Wongs Acupuncture, we understand the fears and sensitivities our patients face, and we work hard to help our patients overcome their health challenges.
Chinese Herbal Medicine
Lymphatic Drainage Therapy
Physical Therapy & Acupuncture Packages in NY
Meet Our New York Trusted
Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture Practitioners
Tammy Huang, L.AC, MSTOM
Tammy Huang is a Board-Certified Acupuncturist. Tammy was professionally trained and received her Master’s degree in Oriental Medicine (MSTOM) from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. She had fellow-shipped with Dr. Hai-Xia Ni, mastering her international medical skills and Oriental Medicine knowledge. Throughout the years, Tammy has striven to refine her practice skills in order to provide the best outcome for each patient. She has been passionate about pursuing higher levels of treatments for her patients. Additionally, Dr. Huang specializes in women’s infertility.
We Help You To Create a Pain Free Lifestyle
- Get rid off pain relief patches. Place disposable heat bags to warm affected areas.
- Use your nose to breath in order to prevent the cold energy from entering your mouth.
- Sleep on your back in order to rest your bones. It can also reduce the impacts of the gravity.
- Use both sides of teeth simultaneously to chew food.
- Take a sunbath to raise your body energy.
- Do not eat food that is below your body temperature.
—坂井 学(Selected from All Pains Will Be Gone When Your Body Is Warm!)
FAQs About Acupuncture & Chinese Herbal Medicine
Acupuncture involves the gentle insertion of very thin sterile stainless steel needles to specific points on the body, to eliminate meridian blockages and stimulate the body to promote natural healing. These specific points are located in meridians. The acupuncture stimulates these specific points in order to process the movement of energy or Qi (pronounced chee) thus strengthening the body’s natural ability to heal itself. Acupuncture does not cut or block nerve fibers and there are no chemicals on the needles.
Chinese herbal medicine is a major aspect of traditional Chinese medicine, which focuses on restoring a balance of energy, body, and spirit to maintain health rather than treating a particular disease or medical condition. Herbs are used with the goal of restoring balance by nourishing the body.