Dr.Jason Wang Surrey Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine

Common conditions treated with Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture

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What defines our treatments over others:

Dr.Wang practices Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture primarily based on the classical style which emphasizes the palpation techniques of the practitioner over what the patient may or may not tell the practitioner. This means:

  1. emphasis on pulse diagnosis and meridian diagnosis
  2. not asking too many questions
  3. identifying the root of the problem despite whatever symptoms there may or may not be
  4. treating the root based on pulse and meridian imbalance findings

Acupuncture Therapy:

Acupuncture involves insertion of specialized fine, sterile, single-use needles into "Acupoints" around various areas of the body. It increases blood flow, reduces inflammation, relaxes tension, stimulates the body to produce natural pain killers and healing factors, calms the nerves, among other beneficial physiological effects, thereby achieving overall balance throughout the body. Infra-red light may be used in conjunction as well.

Acupuncture is near painless because the needles are so thin that at least 10 acupuncture needles can fit into 1 syringe. Many patients don't even know when the needles are inserted or withdrawn.

Acupuncture is a highly effective thousands-year-old medical modality of Oriental origin that is used today commonly for multiple types of pain conditions and various systemic imbalances, either as a stand-alone therapy or in conjunction with Chinese herbal medicine.

We use many different types of Acupuncture techniques and protocols based on the patient's condition:

  • Local Acupuncture technique
  • Trigger point Acupuncture
  • Meridian therapy Acupuncture
  • Distal needling Acupuncture
  • Scalp Acupuncture
  • 5-element balance Acupuncture
  • Tung method Acupuncture
  • Ear Acupuncture

    Herbal Medicine:

    Chinese herbal medicine involves the application of medicinal herbal teas and powders whose ingredients are carefully thought out, designed and dispensed on-site based on what the clinical problem requires.

    It is systematically formulated on a case-by-case basis to restore your inner homeostasis.

    Chinese herbal medicine utilizes natural Oriental herbs and is highly effective for many types of diseases and conditions, no matter how simple or how complex. The effect of Chinese Medicine is not temporary like modern pharmaceuticals, but rather self-sustaining even after stopping the medicine. In other words, the goal of treatment is meant to end the treatment.

    Dr.Wang personally sources and hand-picks all of his herbs to ensure authenticity and quality, at the same time personally prepares and dispenses all prescriptions.

    Our herbal medicines aim to achieve:

  • Systemically detoxifying effect
  • Systemically anti-inflammatory effect
  • Immune regulation and immunity boost
  • Hormonal regulation and balance
  • Augment of organ functions
  • Improvement of overall blood and lymphatic flow
  • Restore internal homeostasis

    Infertility Treatment

    Our infertility treatment is a 3 month intensive plan of weekly treatments comprising of herbs and acupuncture to significantly boost the chances of a natural pregnancy and IVF. There is no age limit for patients seeking this treatment as long as they have not reached menopause. Our typical patients who come for fertility treatments are around the 40 year-old range. In the 3 month period we strive to achieve optimal reproductive functioning through:

  • rebalancing reproductive hormones
  • accentuate deficient hormones
  • improving pelvic blood flow
  • elimination of toxic wastes
  • clearing inflammatory factors
  • encouraging repairing of tissues
  • optimizing nervous and endocrine systems

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    Cupping Therapy

    Cupping therapy involves the suctioning of broad body surface areas such as the back by creating a vacuum inside customized glass cups. The regional vacuum increases blood flow to the area and warms up the surrounding tissues.

    Cupping therapy is able to

  • increase and improve circulation
  • warm up affected areas
  • stimulate healing
  • expel stagnant blood flow
  • promote muscular relaxation
  • reduce pain.

    Commonly applied areas include the neck, upper and lower back, shoulder, knees and legs.