Acupuncture – The ancient healing art and science in its traditional form. It involves placing thin, light needles on “acupuncture points” to increase endorphin levels, stimulate blood circulation, relax muscles, relieve pain and clear Qi stagnation so as to balance the Yin/Yang of the entire body.

Nutrition – The science which studies the relationship between diet, states of health, and disease. Among the extremes of optimal health and death caused from starvation or malnutrition, there is an array of disease states that can be caused or alleviated by changes in diet. Deficiencies, excesses, and imbalances in diet can produce negative impacts on health, which may lead to diseases such as scurvy, obesity, or osteoporosis, as well as psychological and behavioral problems.

Herbal Therapy – The folk and traditional medicinal practice based on the use of plants and plant extracts. Plants have an almost limitless ability to synthesize aromatic substances, most of which are phenols or their oxygen-substituted derivatives such as tannins. These substances are natural by-products yielded by plants and provide significant protection from harmful agents (non-refundable after purchase).

Moxibustion – An herb that is warmed over “acupuncture points” to warm those regions with the intention of stimulating circulation through the points and inducing a smoother flow of blood and Qi.

Electrical Stimulation – A modern technique the combines a small and painless conductance of electricity with needle acupuncture.

Bruce Kim, L.Ac.
860 Hebron Parkway Suite # 601
Lewisville, TX 75057

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