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Women's Health
Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine benefits women at all stages and ages!
The body of a woman is a beautifully and complex system. The intricate reproductive system of a healthy woman is not a source of discomfort, however, when there is an imbalance, the female reproductive system can be worrisome.


Unfortunately, many women still struggling with their personal health issues –A young teenager experiencing menstrual cramps or not having a cycle, the young woman who is trying to overcome infertility, women having experiencing troublesome cycles due to fibroids or premenstrual syndrome and menopausal woman experiencing hot flashes, moodiness and dryness– and most are just not finding the answers in the medical world that truly bring healing or that feel sensible and safe.

For Chinese medicine, the female body, its health, sickness and treatment was deeply influenced by the idea that blood, as its energetic basis, flows around the body, is discharged through menstruation, feeds the unborn child and transforms into breast milk.
In Tradicitonal Chinese Medicine, for women's health, regulate their blood is the principal approach for treating women's health issues, in TCM theory, for women, blood is the foundation. When qi and blood flow freely, their spirit is naturally clear.
At the China Spring Acupuncture & Herb Medicine Clinic, we offer a holistic approach to women's health. Based upon each patient’s specific condition, personalized treatment plan will be estabolishedd. We focus on restore your health and we care you.

5 Signs You Have A Healthy Menstrual Cycle​:

  • Your menstrual cycle should be between 25-35 days long.
  • When you get your period, the blood should be a bright red color (kind of like cranberry juice).
  • Your cervical fluid will change throughout your cycle.
  • Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is definitely not the norm.
  • You should only bleed during your period and not at other times in your cycle.

​Conditions commonly treated at our clinic:

  • Irregular menstruation
  • Dysmenorrhea
  • Amenorrhea
  • Uterine bleeding
  • Prolapse of Uterus 
  • Leukorrhagia 
  • Morning sickness
  • Infertility
  • Insufficient lactation
  • JPostpartum lochiorrhea 
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