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The National Institute of Health (NIH) and World Health Organization (WHO) have both given formal approval for the use of acupuncture in treating numerous health conditions and diseases, after extensive controlled clinical trials for which acupuncture has proven to be an effective treatment.
The benefits are as follows:
Reduces nicotine cravings
Boosts immune system
Can be used with traditional and other healing modalities without contraindications
Can be used even if a client is on blood thinners
Blood Tests have shown Acupuncture does the following:
Repair damaged tissues and create new healthy tissue
Modulate the neuroendocrine system
Vasodilate injured body part
Reduce swelling in the nerve endings that keep sending pain signals to the brain.
This is a practice of highly personalized, participatory care. Each client is given assignments to further obtain and maintain results. Education is an important piece in self-care and homeostasis maintenance. The practitioner utilizes acupuncture in conjunction with eastern nutrition, qigong exercises, stress reduction and breathing practices to help achieve the most optimal level of care possible.
Soya Lee is a licensed Acupuncturist in the State of California (AC8511), Nationally Licensed in Acupuncture and formerly a Registered Nurse. (NCCAOM 020058)
She has earned a Master’s of Science of Traditional Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, San Diego, Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Post-graduate training at Shanghai TCM University, A Certified Oneness Facilitator, Oneness University, Chennai, India. Certified in Su Jok Therapy from International Sujok Association.
"When you touch one thing with deep awareness, you touch everything."
- Lao Tzu
No Downtime for Healing
Encourage Collagen Production
Smooth Fine Lines and Wrinkles
Firm Skin Tone
Diminish Blemishes and Breakouts
Light is the basis of all communication, information and the innate intelligence of the body. Microcurrent appears to act as a carrier for externally applied light, helping it penetrate more deeply in the body more easily. Dr. Perricone, author "7 Secrets to Beauty and Anti-aging", recommends light and current to rejuvenate the face naturally. The microcurrent is said to match the strength of the body's own electrical charge and stimulate the production of collagen and elastin. This is a method of neuromuscular re-education and helps the body to minimize the facial patterns it has been holding for years.
Qi beauty treatment:
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Inserting hair-thin needles into specific spots throughout the body to help the body heal a wide range of disorders. The effect of needling therapy is to restore blood, nutrient, and vital oxygen flow; assist tissue healing, relax muscles, relieve pain, and promote the ability of the body to maintain its biochemistry within specific ranges by adjusting to the demands or homeostasis.
Administering a mild current through acupuncture needles, usually by attaching wires from an electrical stimulating device to the handles of the acupuncture needles with small clips. This therapeutic approach can be used to stimulate an endorphin response.
Burning a specific herb known as "moxa" (Artemisia vulgaris) at specific acupuncture points to stimulate or enhance the function of points. It is generally used for conditions of weakness or cold. The method utilized in the clinic is called “direct moxibustion” where a small piece the size of a rice grain is burned on the skin, leaving no marks, blister or bruises. This is painless thermal stimulation of the point.
Using a glass cup or silicone cup to create a localized expansion of the tissue. A vacuum is created inside the cup and then placed on the skin. The suction inside the cups is used to increase blood flow to painful areas and resupply nutrients.
Scraping the skin gently using a flat tool to enhance circulation and believed to remove toxic heat, blood and lymph from the body. This tool is pushed along the surface of the skin at a 45-degree angle to draw fluid to the skin’s surface from deep within the tissue.
Herbs and Supplementation:
Prescribing Chinese herbs or supplements according to the individual’s constitution and presentation. This therapeutic approach can promote the body’s ability to heal and recover from illness. The body’s capacity to heal can be depleted by stress, too much or too little exercise, and inadequate rest or diet.
Psychological Acupressure (EFT):
A needle-less technique that is quite gentle and allows one to achieve substantial relief. It is a technique that is related to acupuncture, except without the use of needles. Instead, acupressure is applied to stimulate well-established meridian points on your body.
The premise of this work is rooted in the idea that "The cause of all negative emotions is a disruption in the body's energy system." And because physical pains and diseases are connected with emotions, the following statement has proven to be true. "Unresolved negative emotions are major contributors to most physical pain and diseases." This technique can be used for phobias, stress, anxiety, traumatic memories, grief, addictions, fear, etc.
Light therapy now offered and combined with or without acupuncture for enhanced therapeutic results. The gentle, pulsing LED light wavelengths are used to increase circulation, to relieve pain. Although gentle, silent and cool to the touch, low-level light therapy is naturally effective on a cellular level. Unlike painkillers, not only does light therapy relieve pain, it also addresses the underlying condition by stimulating the body’s innate healing abilities. The medical LED light therapy devices are FDA cleared for increasing circulation and reducing pain.
Holistic Facial Rejuvenation
This procedure is a revitalization process for the entire body designed to make one look and feel renewed without surgery, redness, flaking, downtime or discomfort.
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39500 W Ten Mile Rd Ste 104
Novi, MI 48375
Tel: 248- 559 - 9995
Not accepting new patients at this time. Please check back in December. Thank you
Tues - Fri 10am - 6:30pm
Sat 10am - 2pm
Directions: The office is located NW corner of Haggerty and 10 Mile Rd across the street from Comerica Bank.