As a board-certified acupuncturist and herbalist, Abraham Lim specializes in relieving chronic pain and helping his clients overcome ailments such as insomnia and depression. He accomplishes this by adopting a holistic and naturalistic approach that's based on the millennia-old teachings of traditional Chinese medicine.
Lim’s acupuncture treatments mainly help clients find relief by correcting energetic imbalances and reenergizing the body’s natural healing capabilities, but he can also use his ultra-thin needles for cosmetic purposes. Such procedures stimulate collagen production throughout the face to dramatically improve skin tone and texture without resorting to surgical facelifts or Botox injections. Herbal remedies similarly restore a sense of balance to the body as organic medicines derived from roots, bark, seeds, flowers, and leaves help alleviate symptoms caused by everything from allergies to fatigue.
It was inside his grandfather's herbal pharmacy in Taiwan that Shawn Tseng realized his passion for ancient acupuncture and oriental medicine. After beholding the renewed vigor and celebratory slam dunks displayed by patient after patient, Shawn hit the books in America before returning to his homeland for a hands-on externship at the Chang Gung Memorial Hospital. Now, the acupuncturist surrounds himself with a passionate staff whose journeys are every bit as personal as his own. Just ask them and they'll attest to the positive changes they've seen in their own lives thanks to the healing properties of oriental medicine and mind-body restoration.
Trained to treat everything from arthritis and asthma to joint pain and sciatica, Shawn's crew cycles between traditional and electro-acupuncture and massage therapy, tailoring treatments to clients’ individual conditions and desires. In a comfy, half-open setting, patients rest on recliners or treatment tables as staffers restore mind-body balance via acupressure points, meridian lines, and cooperative spirit animals.
Since 1981, doctor of Oriental medicine Fay Yang's care has helped patients in China and the United States rebound from disorders and afflictions. In addition to years of experience in the treatment room, Yang has a degree from Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China, another degree from Alhambra Medical University in Los Angeles, and a practitioner's license. Her schooling and training are on display at Rancho Eastern Medical Center, where she offers acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, acupressure, and cupping services.
The medical team at Yepez & Contreras Life Fitness Chiropractic and Acupuncture believe the best doctor is the body itself. Relying solely on drug-free and noninvasive techniques, they tap into the body's ability to recover from common aches and chronic ailments. Treatments such as spinal adjustments and acupuncture rebalance the body's internal energies, and their massages make patients feel as calm as a mountain lake filled with decaf coffee.
The licensed acupuncturists of Balance and Harmony Acupuncture blend experience with Eastern and Western medicine as they help their patients toward healthy lives. They strive to return internal energies within the body to proper balance, using services such as acupuncture, moxibustion, and herbal medicine. They use their assortment of alternative medicines in the treatment of maladies such as allergies, addictions, or arthritis.