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Welcome to silver spring acupuncture


A center for traditional holistic healing.

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Welcome to silver spring acupuncture


A center for traditional holistic healing.

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Life is like riding a bicycle.

To keep your balance, you must keep moving.

                          --Albert Einstein

 

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Why Chinese Medicine?


 Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) focuses on achieving health and wellbeing through the cultivation of balance within the internal atmosphere of each individual person.  As a persons symptoms shift and change so the treatment principles and staratagies change.  This approach to treatment is a journey that evolves as the body regains it's balance.  

TCM is based on the Chinese concept of "Qi" (pronounced "chee" and usually translated as "vital energy") and the theory of "yin and yang" (the harmony of all the opposite elements and forces that make up existence). It believes that:

Harmony brings health, wellbeing, and sustainability.

Disharmony leads to illness, disease, and collapse.

What is the TCM perspective?

In the simplest terms possible, TCM is a way of looking at ourselves and our world that sees everything as a whole and considers everything in context. 

This perspective is applied to everything affecting our health and wellbeing; from our dietexercise, and how we handle stress; to how we interact with our family and friends, our community, and our environment.

Thus TCM not only identifies and treats illness and prevents disease but, just as importantly, optimizes health, wellbeing, and sustainability in our lives and in our world.

Why Chinese Medicine?


 Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) focuses on achieving health and wellbeing through the cultivation of balance within the internal atmosphere of each individual person.  As a persons symptoms shift and change so the treatment principles and staratagies change.  This approach to treatment is a journey that evolves as the body regains it's balance.  

TCM is based on the Chinese concept of "Qi" (pronounced "chee" and usually translated as "vital energy") and the theory of "yin and yang" (the harmony of all the opposite elements and forces that make up existence). It believes that:

Harmony brings health, wellbeing, and sustainability.

Disharmony leads to illness, disease, and collapse.

What is the TCM perspective?

In the simplest terms possible, TCM is a way of looking at ourselves and our world that sees everything as a whole and considers everything in context. 

This perspective is applied to everything affecting our health and wellbeing; from our dietexercise, and how we handle stress; to how we interact with our family and friends, our community, and our environment.

Thus TCM not only identifies and treats illness and prevents disease but, just as importantly, optimizes health, wellbeing, and sustainability in our lives and in our world.

To Keep the body in good health is a duty... otherwise, we shall not be able to keep our minds

STRONG AND CLEAR
                                    BUDDHA