Acupuncture is said to unblock the body’s energy pathways, similar to the way a busy sidewalk is easily cleared by poking pedestrians with a javelin. Remove troublesome obstacles with today’s Groupon to Choe’s Miracle Acupuncture & Herb Center in Duluth. Choose from the following options:
- For $35, you get one acupuncture treatment (a $115 value).
- For $69, you get two acupuncture treatments (a $230 value).
- For $119, you get four acupuncture treatments (a $460 value). <p>
Dr. JiMong of Choe’s Miracle Acupuncture utilizes years of experience in constitutional acupuncture to bolster patrons’ physical and mental well-being. Like traditional acupuncture, constitutional acupuncture aims to ease bodily ailments, such as back pain, headaches, and an inability to do the worm by inserting thin needles to trigger pressure points throughout the body. The variation between the two treatments is the location where needles are inserted—constitutional-acupuncture sessions are concentrated on areas below the knee and elbow, manipulating energy flow from remote-control points instead of the entire body. Concentrating on pressure points in the extremities can allow for quicker, more comfortable sessions and eliminate accidental activations of the body’s self-destruct button hidden under the shoulder blade.
Dr. JiMong's Miracle Acupuncture
The story behind JiMong Choe's interest in the healing arts begins in Taejun, South Korea, where he was born into a family of doctors and philosophers. His physician father once committed an entire Western anatomy textbook to memory and passed this zeal for understanding the human condition onto his son. After training in Hapkido and philosophy, Choe studied acupuncture with Dr. Lee, Jong Oh, whose grandfather founded Sasang constitutional medicine. This methodology looks beyond a people's physical symptoms to incorporate an understanding of their personality and emotions. In 1978, Choe brought his family to the United States in order to combine his varied interests to help patients overcome illness, addiction, and difficult levels of Tetris.
In addition to acupuncture, Choe specializes in herbal medicine and trademarked services such as his Miracle Body Design weight-loss program. He's been recognized for distinguished service in the fields of martial arts and acupuncture by numerous American and international figureheads, and his resumé also includes stints as a professor of Oriental medicine at Kings Park University in Virginia and as the president of the Georgia State Oriental Medicine Association.