Dr. Cynthia began her medical studies in China's Hunan province, graduating with a medical degree in 1983. In 1999, she moved to Florida, took continuing-education classes, became certified as an acupuncture physician in the state, and set up her own practice.
Armed with years of experience treating patients both abroad and in the United States, Dr. Cynthia customizes acupuncture treatments to alleviate a wide range of maladies, from anxiety and hypertension to arthritis and chronic pain. She also uses the hair-thin needles on faces in an effort to boost collagen production and combat a variety of skin disorders. In addition to her acupuncture services, Dr. Cynthia offers nutrition advice and relies on her onsite herbal supply to assuage ills.
Dr. Jeremiah Grantham, a master of Chinese medicine and holistic healing, restores balance to bodies of every age. He marshals his years of experience to help clients overcome physical and emotional pain. His noninvasive, drug-free treatments, which include acupuncture and reiki, aim to harness the body's self-healing capabilities by manipulating its energy. Hands-on therapies such as tui na massage, cupping, and myofascial release take a more physical approach, manually squeezing tightness out of muscles until they go back to their natural state as loofahs.
During treatments, Jeremiah devotes his full attention to each client. He develops personalized healing regimens and carefully tracks clients' progress, adjusting the treatments as conditions improve or change.
Practitioners Carlos Restrepo and Su Sandy Aung help patients achieve whole-body wellness by treating the four layers of the human being—spirit, information center, energy, and body condition—a quartet they call the “hierarchy pyramid.” To accomplish this, they guide patients’ focus inward with meditation, as well as outward with Sintergetica therapy to bring about physical and mental change. Energy pathways blocked by everyday stresses or hefty tolls open up under the gentle ministrations of acupuncture, an ancient technique that helps balance the chi, or life force, within. For physical ailments, tui na and cupping sessions work to unwind constricted muscles and boost blood flow.