The trained practitioners at A Center for Oriental Medicine treat bodily ailments from generalized pain to stubborn winter flus with treatments derived from ancient eastern healing practices. The team includes two published authors trained and certified in China and the United States—one of them the president emeritus of the Illinois Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, the other a fertility acupuncturist whose work has been featured on Fox Thing in the Morning and CBS Evening News with Dan Rather —and an expert reiki acupuncturist. The staff brings multiple specialties to the North Shore clinic, treating everything from fertility problems and depression to elder-care-related issues with a blend of acupuncture, herbal medicine, and counseling.
The traditional Chinese-medicine experts at Apricot Grove believe that overall health is reflected in your everyday interactions and experiences. By bringing positive change to your lifestyle, your health and improves, and vice versa. So between the center's cozy taupe walls, clients can experience the healing effects of acupuncture, herbal medicine, and massage, which work to correct physical ailments and boost overall wellness. These treatments can help relieve pain and stress while enhancing the immune system and and improving sleep, so that every night is filled with at least one dream about a friendly talking dog.
Located in Evanston’s Main Street shopping district, Acupuncture Access is the brainchild of certified acupuncturist Bonny Rhoads, who wants to make the healing powers of acupuncture available and accessible to everyone. In this soothing clinic, she offers community group acupuncture on a sliding scale, as well as private acupuncture sessions. She treats everything from allergies and insomnia to chronic pain, migraines, and arthritis. She also performs cupping and massage sessions, as well as treatments using Chinese herbal medicine.