Acupuncture of Dallas
Acupuncture and Alternative Medicine Makes a lasting Difference
We, acupuncture Dallas, welcome all those who seek acupuncture as an alternative choice to improve their health, well-being and self-confidence to our acupuncture Dallas clinic. Acupuncture Dallas is a comprehensive acupuncture & alternative medical clinic located in Dallas, Texas and headed by Dr. Lin Zhou, OMD, L.Ac., FABORM. We, acupuncture Dallas, offers a broad range of alternative solutions for all health, fertility and pain-related issues.
Dr. Zhou is dedicated to bringing better health and alternative healing approaches-acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine to the people of the greater Dallas community she serves. In addition to providing acupuncture treatment, Dr. Zhou teaches her patients to observe the effects that their lifestyles have on their health, emphasizes subtle signs of imbalance, and helps patients maintain – and exceed – their optimal health expectations, as well as to improve wellness and quality of life.
At Acupuncture Dallas clinic, Dr. Zhou’s goal is not only to relieve pain, illness and disease, but to create a personalized preventative plan that empowers her patients to be their own best healers, so they can enjoy life to the fullest through acupuncture, herbal medicine and self-empowerment.
Dr. Zhou offers initial telephone consultations for all physical, mental and emotional issues. Don’t wait any longer call our office of acupuncture Dallas. Begin pursuing the healthier lifestyle you deserve. More and more of our patients are exploring acupuncture and herbal medicine as an alternative path to health and well-being, and are experiencing positive results. Of course, finding the right clinic and a fully trained and experienced doctor are paramount.
We are the alternative choice that makes a lasting difference!
Acupuncture - what we do best
Acupuncture of Dallas strives to deliver the highest quality patient care with acupuncture and herbal medicine by our commitment, respect, and compassion for our patients.
When you come to our acupuncture Dallas clinic, we treat the whole person. Not only do we help you relieve the symptoms but also investigate the underlying causes, which makes treatment very appropriate for long term success. Some diseases have limited treatment options, or are not diagnosable in conventional medicine
These symptoms are all part of a disharmonic pattern in Chinese Medicine, so we design the best possible unique treatments to provide wellness and harmonize your individual needs.
We, acupuncture of Dallas clinic, offer a safe, natural and incredibly effective solution to the following conditions:
Acupuncture for fertility
Acupuncture for fertility is an alternative medicine to help women conceive. Acupuncture increases blood flow, regulate hormones, reduce stress…
Enhance IVF / IUI Success
Acupuncture IVF support improves success rates by 65%. Acupuncture can regulate female reproduction and enhance an IVF cycle.
Acupuncture works well to manage chronic pain such as back and neck pain, osteoarthritis, headaches, migraines and endometriosis…
Acupuncture for anxiety, depression is a holistic natural treatment by regulating the body’s chemical balance naturally
Acupuncture works for women all ages – from menstruation, fertility issues, menopause and beyond…
Acupuncture for allergies to strengthens the body’s resistance and balances the body’s antigen-antibody reaction to relieve allergies
Acupuncture is a natural, alternative approach toward achieving good health and an overall improvement in quality of life for cancer patients.
Acupuncture can enhance the body’s own innate healing capacity and lead to an overall increase in energy and vitality.
Acupuncture increase the flow of energy, blood and lymph circulation, improve the face’s healthy color, diminish wrinkles; eliminate fine lines.
chinese herbal medicine
Chinese herbal medicine is a major facet of traditional Chinese medicine. The fundamental premise of Chinese medicine is that every condition is the result of energy deficiency, excess, or inactivity in our internal organs.
” I believe that I would never have been able to continue have a normal life without the help of her acupuncture treatment and Chinese herbs” – Cathy W
“Acupuncture and few lifestyle changes helped us to get to where we are today… the proud parents of our precious little girl” – Robin & Clary
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Acupuncture originated in China more than 5,000 years ago. It is an ancient medical treatment based on regulating the body’s “Chi” or “life energy” which flows in the body along pathways called meridians. Hundreds of acupuncture points can be opened like gates to balance and harmonize the flow of “Chi”, relieving pain and many other symptoms of disease. Below are the frequently asked questions regarding how acupuncture helps your conditions, wellness and wellbeing.
Acupuncture works by stimulating various points in the body, which are pathways through which “Chi” flows. Acupuncture affects the body in three specific ways, it:
- Alters body chemicals including stimulation of of endorphins.
- Causes sensations, which affect nerves and creates beneficial reflex responses.
- Affects the body’s natural electro-magnetic fields.
We use disposable needles and they are very fine, about the size of a thick hair. They are solid and nothing is injected through them.
To enhance the value of the treatment, the following guidelines are recommended:
- Do not come on an empty stomach.
- Do not eat an unusually large meal just before or after treatment.
- Do not over-exercise or consume alcoholic beverages 6 hours before or after treatment.
- Avoid cold and iced drinks, as well as cool food the day of the treatment
- Continue to take your prescription medications as prescribed by your primary care physician.
Once the needles have been placed, your might feel a dull ache or a tingling sensation which indicates that the point has been accurately located, and only lasts for a second or two. Some people even fall asleep. These are normal responses. Some people say they feel very relaxed when they are having a treatment, others don’t feel much at all. Even if you don’t feel much you are benefiting from treatment.
Treatments are between 45 minutes and 1 hour long. In the first visit we will take a full history spend time getting to know you and give you time to ask questions you may have. After treatment, you can expect to feel more relaxed, more energy, and a heightened sense of well being.
The number of treatments required depends on the severity and duration of the symptoms to be addressed. For a cold or flu, one or two treatments can be very helpful. For chronic health conditions of years or even life-long duration, a longer course of treatment is normally required. Within the first 4-6 sessions, the effectiveness of the treatment is often evident and clear treatment goals should be established.
We are in network with United Healthcare. You should review your health policy to determine if your insurance covers acupuncture treatment.
What is Acupuncture?
Have you ever wondered how acupuncture works? This video explains some modern theories related to Traditional Chinese Medicine!