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Our clinic is located in Katy, Texas. We are conveniently located 1822 Snake River Road, Suite E near I-10, within a 5 mile radius of 5large medical centers. We are dedicated to provide personalized services through Acupuncture and traditional Chinese herbal medicine to promote better health and to improve the quality of life. We strive to integrate the best medical knowledge of both the East and the West to meet the treatment and prevention needs of our patients.

We have excellent expertise and track records for Pain Relief, Allergy & Asthma, Migraine Headaches, Infertility, Hormonal balancing, Weight Control, Depression & Anxiety, Cosmetic Acupuncture Facial Lift, Arthritis, Smoking Cessation and more.

There is a natural alternative to treating children! Very successful at treating Pediatric and Adolescent Conditions, including Allergy, Asthma, ADHD, Tourette's Syndrome, Digestive Issues, Puberty and Growth Issues, Anxiety, Depression and more.
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What kind of conditions can benefit from Acupuncture:

Acupuncture is best known for the control of pain. In the United States, acupuncture is used frequently for the treatment

of chronic pain conditions such as arthritis, bursitis, headache, athletic injuries, and post-traumatic and post surgical pain. It is also used for treating chronic pain associated with immune function dysfunction such as psoriasis (skin disorders), allergies, and asthma. Acupuncture is also found to be effective for the treatment 

of mind-body disorders such as anxiety, chronic fatigue, irritable bowel syndrome, hypertension, insomnia, PMS, menopausal symptoms, and depression. Some modern application of acupuncture is in the treatment of disorders such as alcoholism, addiction, smoking, and eating disorders.

Acupuncture is becoming mainstream medical treatment

Doctors use acupuncture for treatment of such varied conditions as reactions and nausea from radiotherapy and/or chemotherapy, seasonal allergies, depression, menstrual cramps, headache, high blood pressure, knee and back pain, morning sickness, rheumatoid arthritis, stroke and tennis elbow.

By Michael Roizen, M.D., and Mehmet Oz

September 7, 2013

Everyone from Kung-Fu Panda to Penélope Cruz is sporting acupuncture needles these days - and, it seems, with good reason. This most ancient and least-understood Chinese therapy has snuck into mainstream medical practice, in very specific areas, now that reliable studies have convincingly demonstrated its benefits.

The World Health Organization recognizes acupuncture as an effective treatment for a host of conditions, including adverse reactions and nausea related to radiotherapy and/or chemotherapy, seasonal allergies, depression, menstrual cramps, headache, high blood pressure, knee and lower-back pain, morning sickness, rheumatoid arthritis, stroke and tennis elbow. And acupuncture is now offered in many North American hospitals (the Cleveland Clinic Center for Integrative Medicine provides more than 10,000 treatments annually) and by the Department of Defense to treat soldiers suffering acute and chronic pain.
If you are thinking about trying acupuncture for pain relief or to augment treatment for heart problems, allergies or headache, or to increase the effectiveness of fertility treatments, here's our advice about how to proceed:
  1. Ask if your physician knows an acupuncturist whom he or she would recommend. If not, go to for a nationally certified practitioner in your area. (Some MD's are certified, and insurance may cover their treatments.)
  2. Don't rely on acupuncture alone for treatment of chronic or serious illnesses unless you see a physician first.
  3. Make sure your acupuncturist uses sterile, prepackaged, one-time-only needles. Ask!
  4. For best results, go through the entire course of treatment.