CHINESE MEDICINE - Dating back thousands of years, Chinese medicine is widely known for combining acupuncture and herbology. Founded on the Yin and Yang principle, the five elements, and the theory of Qi (pronounced Chee), Chinese medicine is an evol … show more
CHINESE MEDICINE - Dating back thousands of years, Chinese medicine is widely known for combining acupuncture and herbology. Founded on the Yin and Yang principle, the five elements, and the theory of Qi (pronounced Chee), Chinese medicine is an evolutional treatment in modern Western civilization.
BODY WORK refers to any number of techniques, including all forms of massage therapy, to address a variety of health conditions, the most prevalent being stress-related tension, which, experts believe, accounts for 80%-90% of disease.
ACUPUNCTURE literally means “needle piercing," the practice of gently inserting very fine needles into the skin to stimulate specific anatomic points in the body for therapeutic purposes. In the past 40 years acupuncture has become a well-known, reasonably available treatment in developed and developing countries. It is relatively painless and only disposable needles are used.
HOMEOPATHY (a Greek word meaning "similar suffering") is a system of medicine founded in the early nineteenth century by Samuel Hahnemann. Hahnemann was a German physician who became frustrated with conventional medical techniques of his time. Homeopathy is based on the law of similars or let "likes be cured by likes."
NATUROPATHY is a wonderful way to encourage the body to heal itself using natural means. A naturopath has studied all the sciences that an MD or DO does (anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, immunology, and others) and then studies simple, natural means to promote healing.
CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY - Based in osteopathy, craniosacral therapy (CST) uses extremely light pressure on the head to release restrictions and improve central nervous system flow and function. CST relies on feeling the rhythm of the craniosacral system, which the therapist is trained to feel with his or her hands.
Meredith Young is wonderful!! She is so caring and really listens and does her best to work with you in order to get the best results. I have been to other acupuncturists and have never had the same results as I have had with Meredith Young!