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Blue Ginkgo Treatment Options

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stone pictureBlue Ginkgo Center of Chinese Medicine specializes is the 5 main areas of Traditional Chinese Medicine. These include Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Tuina (body work), Nutrition, and Qigong (Meditative cultivation).

Before you actually receive treatment, we will take a thorough evaluation in order to make a clear Chinese Medical diagnosis of your condition.  You will then receive treatment based on your Chinese medical diagnosis.  We will utilize several modalities, including acupuncture, Chinese herbs, body work (Tuina), and nutritional counseling.

Blue Ginkgo offers a free 30 minute consultation to any person who would like to come into the office to meet Jason, ask questions and learn how Chinese Medicine or Acupuncture can assist with health concerns.  Your initial treatment session will last approximately one hour and costs $75.  A one hour follow-up session is $65, and 30 minute session is $45.  The session time is determined by individual treatment needs.   Herbal medicine generally costs about $15 per one week supply when prescribed.  We accept Visa, Mastercard, checks and cash.

Acupuncture

When acupuncture is utilized, the acupuncture needles are inserted, and left in place for between 15 and 30 minutes.  We will periodically stimulate the needles with gentle rotation throughout the treatment, as this strengthens the therapeutic outcome considerably.

Herbal Medicine

The use of herbs in formula are very effective for a variety of health concerns.  Our clinic carries over 250 herbs that can be individually customized to fit you perfectly!  We are all uniquely individual, shouldn’t your medicine be also?

Nutrition

It can be very confusing to know which supplements or foods to incorporate into your life.  Jason is knowledgeable about supplements and dietary strategies to assist you in your journey toward healing.

Tuina (massage/body work)

Pronounced, “tway na”, this branch of Chinese medicine is very closely related to massage.  In practice, Jason often combines techniques of tuina with acupuncture to amplify the affects of treatment.