Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine

Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine from Classical Herbs and Acupuncture, Inc.

By: Classical Herbs and Acupuncture, Inc.  06/11/2014
Keywords: Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Leg Pain

Acupuncturist, Herbalist and Licensed Massage Therapist Carolyn Cook offers an integrative approach to health based on the ancient tenants of Classical Chinese medicine and Chinese herbs. An integrative approach employs a “bird’s eye view” of the body rather than focusing on symptoms or a solitary system or organ. It is creating healthy relationships within the body that is of primary importance. To this end, Classical Chinese medicine seeks to restore balance and harmony to these relationships using acupuncture, massage and chinese medicine. Together we can build a healthier body for a better quality of life

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Acupuncturist, Herbalist and Licensed Massage Therapist Carolyn Cook offers an integrative approach to health based on the ancient tenants of Classical Chinese medicine and Chinese herbs. An integrative approach employs a “bird’s eye view” of the body rather than focusing on symptoms or a solitary system or organ. It is creating healthy relationships within the body that is of primary importance. To this end, Classical Chinese medicine seeks to restore balance and harmony to these relationships