A list of conditions that we have treated often and successfully with Chinese medicine.
Answers to common questions about Chinese medicine.
How to choose an acupuncturist with the right qualifications and who will be right for you.
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We are open Monday through Saturday, 8am to 8pm.
We are located at 1604 Huguenot Road in Midlothian Virginia 23113 near Chesterfield Towne Center.
And our new location in Mechanicsville at 7233 Mechanicsville Turnpike 23111
Our Licensed Acupuncturists (L.Ac.) are Nationally Board Certified (NCCAOM) and state licensed by the Virginia Medical Board with over 20 years of clinical experience. We established the Acupuncture Center of Richmond to deliver high-quality, individualized health care through Oriental medicine. We create a healing atmosphere with compassion, understanding and exceptional clinical care. Our focus is on serving your health care needs and supporting you on your way to optimal well-being. We address the root cause of your illness and not just the symptoms to help your body achieve lasting healing. Currently we are offering 20 minute complimentary consultations, where we can discuss any of your health concerns and offer treatment advice. Call us today and set up a consultation or an appointment.
Chinese medicine is a holistic medicine which includes acupuncture, Chinese herbs, cupping, body work, moxibustion and other modalities of treatment. It is the medicine of China but has spread through the east, Europe, and many other countries. Its influence has been increasing in the US since its introduction in 1972. Chinese medicine can be used to successfully treat almost any condition, and has been proven to do so in China and much of the world.
Acupuncture can be used as an alternative or a compliment to western medicine. It has been shown in numerous scientific trials to be very safe and effective. It is recognized as such by both the NIA (National Institute of Health) and WHO (World Health Organization). There are generally no side effects associated with acupuncture (or Chinese herbs). Acupuncture respects the body's innate and powerful ability to heal itself. The basis for acupuncture healing is balance. If the body is in proper balance it will heal itself. Acupuncture attempts to set the body back in balance allowing it to heal and thus achieving a condition of wellness.Acupuncture Center of Richmond