What is Chinese Herbal Medicine?

For over 3,000 years, the Chinese have observed the medicinal effects of thousands of plant,
animal, and mineral substances. Their observations have lead to the development of the world's
most extensive pharmacopoeia of medicinal herbs. Chinese herbs are used to treat many chronic
and acute disorders. Individually prescribed, they are effective and free of harmful side effects.

Qiangde Nie, C.M.D., Lic. Ac., Director of the Clinic

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Qiangde Nie, C.M.D., Lic. Ac., the director of the clinic, is from Beijing Medical School and has been practicing Chinese medicine since 1962.

Conditions Commonly Treated with Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine:


Pain:

Acute or chronic , including headaches, neck/back pain, sciatica, joint pain, TMJ, etc.
 
Allergies and Respiratory Disorders:
Seasonal Allergies, food allergies, asthma, and bronchitis.
 
Weakness and Fatigue:
  Lack of energy, poor concentration, shortness of breath, impotence, and sleep disorders.
 
Sports Medicine:
Sprains, chronic dislocation, muscle and joint strain, tendonitis, bursitis, arthritis.
 
Musculo-Skeletal:
Numbness, paralysis, muscle spasms, pinched nerves, gout.
 
Cardiovascular Disorders:
Congestive heart disease, hypertension, angina pectoris, poor circulation, phlebitis, palpitations, anemia.
 
Sleep Disorders:
Insomnia, hypersomnia (oversleeping).
 
Infertility and Gynecology:
For both male & female, poor egg quality/implantation or unknown cause, miscarriage, PMS, irregular or painful periods, endometriosis, premature menopause, menopausal symptoms. Low sperm count/activity.
 
Emotional Disorders:
Bad temper, worry, indecisiveness, depression, grief, shock, fears and phobias, stress.
 
Gastrointestinal:
  Ulcer, gastritis, enteritis, colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, diarrhea, hemorrhoids, malabsorption syndrome, poor digestion.
 
Neurological:
  Nerve deafness, dizziness, Parkinson's disease.
 
Skin:
  Eczema, psoriasis, acne.
 
Urologenital:
  Cystitis, prostatitis, nocturia (urinating at night), sexual dysfunction, kidney disease.
 
Eating Disorders:
  Weight problems, bulimia, anorexia.
 
Substance Abuse:
  Nicotine, drugs, and alcohol.
 
Other Disorders:
  If your particular problem is not listed, no matter how serious or unusual, please call and ask for more information. We often can help where conventional treatments fail. We specialize in serious injuries that result from automobile accidents and work related trauma.