Acupuncture is just one of the many aspects that embodies Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Other options include herbs, moxa, cupping, gua sha, bleeding techniques as well as
nutritional and lifestyle changes. It’s like a buffet of choices that are available to expedite your
healing process and help you achieve your health goals. Some people sample everything from
the buffet, and some may only want one or two things.

Santa Rosa Acupuncturist-66Acupuncture
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a complete system of medicine with principles that are
based on the same basic physiology as Western Medicine.
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Santa Rosa Acupuncturist-84Chinese Herbal Medicine
Chinese herbal medicine can be used to safely and effectively treat a large number of medical
conditions and is often a necessary adjunct to acupuncture treatments.
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Santa Rosa Acupuncturist-19Cupping
A variety of methods are used to apply cups to the skin which create a gentle suction over the
affected area. Where a massage applies pressure to the muscle, cupping is the inverse but is
often reported to feel similar.
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Santa Rosa Acupuncturist-46Moxibustion
Moxibustion (Moxa) is a form of therapy in TCM in which we burn a preparation of dried
mugwort (Artimesia Argyi) and position it a few inches above the skin over specific points or
areas of the body.
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Your Moment

While lying comfortably it is common for people to fall asleep during treatments. Soothing music
and warming equipment set the stage for you to clear your mind and shed the overcoat of
stressors you carry every day. Take this opportunity and allow this 3,000-year-old art form to
access your higher healing self.