At Aiyana Acupuncture & Chinese Herbs, we form a compassionate and healing partnership with our patients through in-office treatments, herbal therapy, dietary therapy and patient education.
Chinese Medicine directs that we must treat the root and branch of disease because symptoms tend to reoccur if underlying health issues are ignored. Rather than simply treating symptoms, we base treatments on an individual's presentation of energetic disharmony.
Throughout treatment, your body's energy will evolve and change; therefore, the guiding treatment principles will also change. That dynamic progression of energetic evolution manifests as healthy balance in body, mind and spirit.
As Deng Ming-Dao says in his book "The Scholar Warrior":
"The ancients felt that life has to be considered in its entirety and that separating it into different categories was an intellectual effort that could not ultimately help the understanding of the Tao. Life was to be understood by inquiry into the living. Life was to be understood as an eternally changing process."
A letter from one of our patients to her OBGYN:
"I am writing to let you know that I have been receiving TCM treatment (acupuncture and Chinese herbs) for the abnormal uterine bleeding for which you examined me back in May. As you know from our last conversation, as soon as I stopped the progesterone, the bleeding resumed. I quickly did some research to find a TCM doctor, as I was extremely uncomfortable with the recommended treatment to go on the [birth control] pill.
I began treatment with Juliette Aiyana, L.Ac. of the Aiyana Center for Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs. Her herbal and acupuncture treatments stopped the abnormal bleeding as well as restored my period to a five day, light, clot free flow. I am thrilled with the healing process I am experiencing.
If you have other patients like me who prefer holistic, natural medicine or treatment, she is happy to receive referrals from your office. Juliette is a compassionate, enthusiastic practitioner of TCM. She also commits a considerate amount of time at every office visit educating her patients about their condition and treatment."