Nan Yi Chun Acupuncture
Nan Yi Chun Acupuncture
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About Nan Yi Chun Acupuncture
Your coming to this website means that you are one of those people that is interested in being as healthy, happy, and productive as possible. I am so glad you came.
The mission of Acupuncture Healing and Pain Care Center is to help you recover from pain and illness and help you prevent future health problems from occurring. As you will see on this website, acupuncture treats many health concerns. Still, you may have more questions.
When you come in for your first appointment feel free to ask all the questions you need answered. No question is unimportant. I want you to feel comfortable with the value of acupuncture and your treatment plan.
Thank you for coming to this website. I look forward to meeting you and discussing your health desires. How healthy would you like to be?
What differentiates us
Nan Yi grew up in Korea where her grandfather was a renowned herbalist. As a young child she became inspired by him and developed a very strong interest in Herbal Medicine. Nan Yi spent several years studying with him and he taught her about the nature of Yin and Yang, special herbal formulas and seasonal nutrient foods. She studied Buddhism with monks at a local temple, and developed her own philosophy on the five elements after a year of study. These essential concepts are necessary in order to understand clearly the connection between the 5 viscera (5 Yin organs) and the 6 bowels (6 Yang organs) in the human body. Nan Yi also learned to meditate and as she improved her ability she came to the realization that it was her greatest desire to help people who had emotional problems. She now uses this knowledge with her patients. She effectively teaches her patients to understand their symptoms and signs in oriental medicine, and shares information on the best way to maintain health, which includes diet and exercise.
How we were trained
Nan Yi studied Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York City, where she received a Masters Degree in Oriental Medicine and a Bachelor of Science Degree. Nan Yi contributed to an article in Vogue Knitting International Magazine, Winter 2003 edition. "Repetitive Strain Injury" A Knitter's Primer, on the use of Acupuncture to treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. The National Institute of Health has approved the use of acupuncture for the treatment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Nan Yi has great success in treating this condition with many patients.
Yelp Reviews (24)
I came here based on recommendations from a friend. I fell on my tush a while ago and I've been having a nagging pain every time I got up from sitt... read more
Nan is kind, thoughtful, and caring. This was my first time trying acupuncture, and she explained everything thoroughly and clearly. It has been in... read more
Nan Yi is the GOLD STANDARD in acupuncture!!! She is caring and excellent in her craft. I've had to retry other practitioners and no one comes clos... read more
Nan Yi has been a blessing. I've has such great results with all of my health problems thanks to her. She is very knowledgeable and takes her time... read more
I've had a great experience with Nan! I've visited Nan for help with sinus and sciatica relief, which has exceeded my expectations! She is a maste... read more
Nan Yi is the best of the best. She has helped treat me for gastrointestinal issues and I have been feeling better than ever. She is extremely know... read more
Nan Yi is incredibly kind and helpful, and very knowledgable in what she does. I have been getting treatment for 2 or 3 months now, and have notice... read more