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Herbal Treatment


Our comprehensive services encompass a wide array of health conditions and concerns, ranging from allergies and sinus issues to eczema and acne. We also specialize in IBS and stomach ulcers, chronic fatigue, post-stroke and Bell's Palsy, fertility and irregular cycles, vertigo, tinnitus, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and pregnancy/postpartum care. For pediatrics, we offer effective treatments for various common conditions. Our holistic approach emphasizes acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine to provide natural and effective solutions, enhancing overall well-being as a complement to conventional medical care.



Allergies and Sinus Issues FAQs

  • Can Chinese Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture help with allergies and sinus problems? Yes, they can effectively address allergies to common triggers like pollen, dogs, or cats, as well as chronic sinus issues.

  • How do these treatments work for allergies? We use Chinese Herbal Medicine with acupuncture to balance the immune system, reducing allergic reactions. Patients can often enjoy springtime without the usual symptoms. Depending on the case, it typically takes 2 to 8 weeks of herbal medication.

  • What about chronic sinusitis? For chronic sinusitis, we use Chinese Herbal Medicine and acupuncture to correct imbalances in the body, preventing recurrent infections. Consistent treatment over about 3 months is usually required. For acute sinusitis, relief can be achieved within 1 week.


IBS and Stomach Ulcers FAQs

  • How effective is treatment for IBS and Stomach Ulcers? Stomach ulcers are usually straightforward to treat, even when antibiotic-resistant. Full recovery can typically be achieved in 20-40 days with a negative H.Pylori test at the end. For IBS, the effectiveness varies significantly due to the diverse causes and patterns associated with the condition.

  • What are the common patterns in IBS treatment? Common patterns in IBS include chronic stress affecting digestion, dryness, and inflammation of the stomach and colon, as well as digestion issues caused by excessive consumption of cold and raw foods. These patterns are typically treatable.

  • Any tips for those with digestive discomfort? If you're a thin young woman trying to eat healthily with a diet heavy on salads and smoothies but experiencing coldness, frequent colds, and stomach discomfort, you might be overdoing it with the cold, raw foods. Switching to warm, cooked foods often alleviates these symptoms.


Post-Stroke and Bell's Palsy FAQs

  • Is Acupuncture effective for Post-Stroke and Bell's Palsy? Yes, Acupuncture is highly effective for restoring body control after these conditions. However, it's crucial to seek treatment as soon as possible for the best results. Delaying treatment can reduce its effectiveness.

  • Can you share a success story related to Bell's Palsy? In 2020, there was a remarkable case of a young bride who experienced sudden facial paralysis just six weeks before her wedding. She received acupuncture treatments 1-2 times per week, and it successfully restored her facial function in time for the wedding.


Vertigo and Tinnitus FAQs


  • Is Chinese Herbal Medicine effective for vertigo? Yes, Chinese Herbal Medicine often delivers remarkable results for vertigo, especially when other treatments have not worked. If you have unresolved vertigo, consider trying one week of Chinese Herbal Medicine for relief.

  • Can Chinese Medicine help with tinnitus? Tinnitus can be more challenging to treat, with successful outcomes in approximately 40% of cases. However, if tinnitus is significantly affecting your life, it's worth exploring Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine as potential solutions. In some cases, even severe tinnitus can be resolved in just a couple of acupuncture treatments. Tinnitus in young individuals, often caused by overwork or stress, tends to respond better to treatment than age-related tinnitus.


Insomnia FAQs

  • Can Chinese Medicine help with insomnia? Yes, Chinese Medicine has been refining diagnoses and strategies for better sleep for over 1,800 years. Effective treatments exist, some of which have been used since ancient times. These treatments are not sleeping pills but enhance your ability to sleep when needed, without causing drowsiness. Say goodbye to tossing and turning on the pillow.


Pediatric Care with Chinese Medicine

  • What pediatric conditions can be treated with Chinese Medicine? Chinese Medicine, primarily using herbal remedies, is effective in addressing various pediatric conditions, including bedwetting (age 5 and older), frequent colds, poor appetite, seasonal allergies, runny nose, cough, asthma, diarrhea, eczema, influenza, and more.

  • Is Chinese Medicine a substitute for a pediatrician? No, Chinese Medicine complements the care provided by a pediatrician. It can be particularly beneficial when conventional treatments show limited effectiveness.

  • How do you make herbal medicine more appealing to children? To make herbal medicine more palatable for children, the herbs can be brewed into a tea, condensed, and then mixed with grape juice or fruit punch, creating a child-friendly herbal medication.


Eczema and Acne FAQs

  • Can Chinese Herbal Medicine effectively treat Eczema and Acne? Yes, Chinese Herbal Medicine can be remarkably effective. Take, for example, a 7-year-old patient who experienced significant improvement over 2 months. Chinese Herbal Medicine was used after steroids and topical bacitracin failed. In this case, no creams or topicals were applied, and there has been no recurrence after several years.

  • What herbal combination was used for this patient? The treatment involved a combination of granules, including Liu Wei Di Huang Wan, Sha Shen Mai Dan Tang, Bai Xian Pi, Hua Shi, Di Fu Zi, and Dang Gui.


Chronic Fatigue FAQs

  • Is chronic fatigue taking a toll on your daily life? If you constantly feel the need to sit or lie down, even after ample sleep, you might be experiencing chronic fatigue. This condition is treatable, and for most cases, acupuncture is not the most effective approach. Herbal Medicine is a more suitable choice.

  • What is the typical treatment duration for chronic fatigue? With the right herbal prescription, patients, including postpartum women and those who have overworked themselves, can often expect significant improvement in 4-8 weeks. However, for cases related to serious illness, chemotherapy, Lyme disease, or Mono, the treatment may be more complex and require a longer duration.


Fertility and Irregular Cycles FAQs

  • Is Chinese Medicine effective for infertility and irregular menstrual cycles? Yes, Chinese Medicine offers effective tools for infertile couples. Women's reproductive cycles are complex, with crucial hormonal changes. Chinese Medicine focuses on identifying and correcting patterns of dysfunction that hinder natural hormone regulation, thereby promoting fertility.

  • How does Chinese Medicine differ from Western Medicine in fertility treatment? Western Medicine often uses medications to artificially induce fertility conditions. Chinese Medicine, on the other hand, identifies and corrects patterns of dysfunction, allowing hormones to self-regulate and initiating natural fertility processes. This approach can also complement IVF methods for challenging cases.

  • Can Chinese Medicine address irregular menstrual cycles? Yes, Chinese Medicine effectively treats menstrual cycle issues like amenorrhea, spotting, short or long cycles, and painful menses. It identifies patterns of dysfunction that obstruct proper hormonal regulation, normalizing cycles. Chinese Herbal Medicine is the primary treatment method, with acupuncture as an adjunct for quicker results.


Anxiety and Depression FAQs

  • Can Chinese Medicine help with anxiety and depression? Yes, Chinese Medicine takes a holistic approach to treating mental health disorders and addresses root issues that hinder recovery from chronic emotional distress. It complements competent psychotherapy, enhancing the effectiveness of treatment.

  • How does Chinese Medicine work in these cases? Chinese Medicine uses acupuncture and herbal medicine to calm emotional issues while simultaneously rebuilding physical health. It helps restore energy and mood. Additionally, treatment strategies nourish depleted adrenals, promoting emotional well-being. Combining Chinese Medicine with psychotherapy accelerates recovery from mental disturbances.


Pregnancy and Postpartum Support

  • Can Chinese Medicine help with common pregnancy discomforts? Yes, Chinese Medicine offers effective treatments for issues like morning sickness, sciatica, back pain, and even the common cold during pregnancy.

  • What about postpartum fatigue and depression? Chinese Herbal Medicine is beneficial in helping new mothers recover from postpartum fatigue and depression, providing the energy needed for a healthy post-birth experience.

What Our Clients Say

"Dr Daniel healed my severe back pain in 3 sessions. His expertise is extraordinary, has a very caring and sensitive approach and is the best practitioner i have seen in the past 30 years. As a matter of fact, i now see him regularly for maintainance and am feeling stronger week by week."
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