acupuncture and herbal medicine

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

Classical Herbs and Acupuncture's original mission was to rehab patients after injury or surgical procedures. Massage therapy and acupuncture were used to assist the healing process. With continued training in the Chinese medical arts, the ancient practice of classical herbal medicine was incorporated into the practice. With the addition of herbal medicine, patients began moving from more superficial issues to deeper internal imbalances, ultimately healing other areas and more problems than they originally presented with. I believe we can all improve by continuing to seek knowledge to benefit the people who come through our doors

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Classical Herbs and Acupuncture's original mission was to rehab patients after injury or surgical procedures. Massage therapy and acupuncture were used to assist the healing process. With continued training in the Chinese medical arts, the ancient practice of classical herbal medicine was incorporated into the practice. With the addition of herbal medicine, patients began moving from more superficial issues to deeper internal imbalances, ultimately healing other areas and more problems than they