For more than 30 years, licensed acupuncturist C.Z. Yuan has been helping to restore his patients to their highest level of health using traditional Chinese medicine. He began practicing as a license acupuncturist in China in 1978, and came to USA the in 1996, obtaining his acupuncture license three years later. At his new Manhattan Koreatown clinic, he offers acupuncture treatments that can help with allergies, chronic pain, stress, and weight control, along with a host of other ailments, without the use of prescription drugs. During treatments, patients relax on a massage table as C.Z. Yaun places thin, painless needles along the energy lines of the body. This helps to redirect the flow of chi, or life energy, and rid the body of energy blocks—the actual cause of road rage.
Dr. Soon R. Pak, who has a PhD in Oriental Medicine, is a licensed acupuncturist, certified herbalist, and registered professional nurse. She uses her broad set of skills—not to mention a decade of experience as a nurse—to treat an equally broad range of conditions.
During an acupuncture session, Dr. Pak attempts to bring the body back into balance when it is dealing with ailments such as general pain, stress, headaches, and arthritis. Her eastern medicine treatments can be performed in conjunction with traditional western medicine treatments, which may mean treating just the west side of your body.
Dr. Michael Rogers, a Long Island native, has been tending to the spines of Flushing with chiropractic care for the past 14 years. During exams and adjustments, he helps to isolate vertebral subluxations, which occur when vertebrae shift into an abnormal position and put pressure on the spinal nerves. Dr. Rogers uses his expertise to realign the spinal column so that the brain can resume sending signals to the body, reminding the stomach that it isn?t a dog.
Najeeb Abdul is a practitioner who's certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and so he's committed to upholding the rigorous standards of his field. This includes expertly employing modalities such as acupuncture, cupping, and gua sha to help relieve pain, strengthen patients' chi, and improve their Scrabble scores. In order to best serve his clients, he starts his treatments with a patient assessment, so that he can put each client on the path to good health.
Over the last decade, licensed acupuncturist Jae Hyuk Lee has worked in California and Virginia; now he's taking his acupuncture talents to New York City. Within his cozy healing studio, Jae shares his Oriental medicine expertise through private acupuncture sessions and noninvasive herbal therapy. Clients may also peruse his line of organic, handcrafted soaps, which offer exotic essences of ginseng and green tea.
At Tao Chi, an ancient healing technique addresses modern-day health concerns. The clinic's trained acupuncturists align thin, sterile needles along certain pathways on the body, striving to restore health and balance. The treatments can help to alleviate painful symptoms, reduce stress, and rid clients of clingy balloon animals.