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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 5 large 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 a 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 Acupuncture & Massage College

July 14, 2017

Researchers found that over 14 million U.S. citizens used or had tried acupuncture. That is a significant increase from an earlier study, which found only 8.19 million acupuncture patients in the U.S.

Data from this survey shows an increase in the uses of acupuncture from approximately 4-6 percent of Americans over five years, and indicates a trend for the mainstreaming of acupuncture in the U.S.

The patients surveyed by the NHIS say they used acupuncture as a complementary and alternative approach to conventional treatment for a specific health condition, but also used it as a preventative means to promote general health. The investigators predicted a continuation of the upward trend. The increase in the use of acupuncture as a treatment method is mostly due to the fact that more people are realizing that it is an effective and low-risk method of treating or controlling chronic conditions. Insurance coverage for acupuncture services and increased awareness of acupuncture may contribute to the popularity and growth of acupuncture use in the U.S.