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Acupuncture and other kinds of treatments offered

Types of Acupuncture:

Acupuncture concentrates on the electrical energy in the Meridian system and organs. Energy, also known as life force or Qi, circulates along 14 channels, called meridians, through the body.  When the Qi is blocked, the flow of energy is impaired and can result in pain and illness. By placing hair-fine needles into specific acupuncture points along the channels, the energy is rebalanced and blockages are removed, allowing the Qi to flow and restore harmony between the body's opposing forces of Yin and Yang.

Micro Acupuncture

Micro Acupuncture is a treatment procedure for Eye Disorders. The needles will  be placed in the hands, feet, and around the eyes. 


Electro-acupuncture is a procedure in which low levels of electrical current from an e-stim device are run through acupuncture needles while they are retained in the patient.  Electrical currents have stimulating effects, which can influence cells, tissues and entire systems.  This procedure is especially effective for certain types of painful conditions ranging from tennis elbow to treating low back and neck pain.  Electro-acupuncture has been proven to promote the flow of qi and blood, relieve pain, and warm the muscles, removing blood stasis (a blockage, or poor circulation).


"Dr. Sui provides his patients with an individualized treatment at each visit. His experience, knowledge, insight and wisdom paired with his caring personality ensure that you will leave his clinic feeling great. I have undergone treatments for pain and gastrointestinal disorders and each time my symptons went away without having to take medication. "               

Ulrike Ackerman

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I feel GREAT! Knees feel the best they have felt in 6 months. 

J. Yudin

Laser Acupuncture

Laser acupuncture is a procedure, usually uses low-energy laser beams instead of traditional acupuncture needles to influence the flow of current at the acupuncture points.  It is recommended to be used on the patients who are afraid of needles and pediatric patients. 

Other Treatment Modalities:

This is an ancient technique that involves attaching a jar to the skin by way of a vacuum to restore micro-circulation in the capillaries.  The underlying tissue is raised, or sucked, partly into the cup. This helps relieve pain and pulls toxins from the body tissue. Cupping causes the skin to turn red, blue or purple especially if there is an energetic blockage underneath which can last up to two weeks. Cupping is a great treatment for colds, flu, allergies, fever, aches and pains.


Cupping Treatment
Gua Sha
This involves palpation and cutaneous stimulation where the skin is pressured in  strokes by a round-edged instrument. This results in the appearance of a small petechiae called "sha" that fades within 2 or 3 days. Raising sha involves blood stagnation that is considered pathogenic, promoting normal circulation and metabolic processes.  The patient will experience immediate relief from pain, stiffness, fever, chills and nausea.


This is a form of Oriental herbal heat therapy using the mugwort herb called "moxa" by the Chinese. It is heated either on an acupuncture needle or placed directly on or around the skin. It is to stimulate blood flow and circulate the Qi energy in acupuncture meridians. Moxibustion therapy in conjunction with acupuncture can be very effective for many diseases and conditions including back pain,  muscle stiffness, arthritis, digestive disorder and female health problems.
BEMER Therapy - Bio Electric Magnetic Energy Regulation : Physical Vascular Therapy
Bemer is a medical device that has been authorized officially. The main core of the Bemer Physical vascular Therapy is a kind of multi-dimensional signal structure which simulated the impaired or restricted microcirculation system in the most effective manner. This is a therapy that supports one of the most important control mechanisms of the body used for regeneration, healing and recovery processes. This therapy can also be used in the most effective manner for the:

•    Improvement of blood supply to tissues and organs

•    Support in healing sports injuries and wounds

•    Support for the immune system

•    Increase in mental and physical performance

•    Shortening of recovery duration during sports training


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