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Commonly Treated Conditions

Abdominal bloating   Acid reflux
Allergies/Asthma   Anxiety/Depression
Arthritis/Joint Problems   Back Pain
Bell’s Palsy   Bursitis
Bladder/Kidney Problems   Chemotherapy Side Effects
Carpal tunnel syndrome   Childhood Illness
Constipation/Diarrhea   Colds/Flu
Cough/Bronchitis   Crohn's Disease
Depression   Diabetes
Digestive Disorders   Dizziness
Drug Addiction/Drinking/Smoking   Endometriosis
Eye Disorders   Fibroids
Fibromyalgia   Hot flashes
Fatigue   Frozen Shoulder
Gynecological Disorders   Headache/Migraine
Health Maintenance   Heart Problems
Heat Fever   High Blood Pressure
Hypertension   Hypotension
Immune System Deficiency   Infertility
Insomnia   Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Kidney Stone   Knee Pain
Menopausal Syndromes   Menstrual Disorders
Morning Sickness   Nausea and Vomiting
Neck Pain/Stiffness   Pre-menstrual Syndrome (PMS)
Paralysis/Numbness   Radiation Therapy Side Effects
Sciatica   Skin Disorders
Sexual Dysfunction   Shingles
Shoulder Pain   Sinusitis
Sprains   Stiff Neck and Shoulders
Stress/Tension   Stroke
Tendonitis   Tennis Elbow
TMJ   Urinary Disorders
Vision Problems   Weight Gain

Acupuncture Limits

Oriental Medicine and acupuncture are powerful healing tools, but they are not panaceas nor the solution to every health care problem. Both Western and Oriental Medicine have their respective strengths and weaknesses, which is why in modern China, the two systems are used together. When appropriately combined, the patient is well served.

Generally speaking, acute, life threatening conditions are best handled by Western medical doctors. Routine health problems and chronic conditions, for which drug therapy and surgery have not been effective, often benefit from Acupuncture / Oriental Medicine.

Is Acupuncture Safe?

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved acupuncture needles for use by licensed practitioners in 1996. The FDA requires that sterile, nontoxic needles be used and that they be labeled for single use by qualified practitioners only.

Hongjie Zhu, Dom, AP, MD in China
FL Board Certified Acupuncture Physician
Family Practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Chinese Acupuncture & Herbs