5629 Cypress Creek Pkwy
Houston, TX 77069
Appointments/Inquiries: (832) 875-2367
Specialist for Pain Management, Infertility, Menopause, Allergies
Katy Freeway Office
9219 Katy Freeway
Houston, TX 77024
Millions of Americans suffer from seasonal allergies, asthma, chronic sinusitis, acute bronchitis, and frequent colds. Others endure these conditions year-round. If you are one of these people, then you know how much the quality and activity-level of your life is compromised by not feeling well. When your physical body declines your spirit declines with it, and vice versa. Over-the-counter and prescription medications are somewhat effective in alleviating symptoms of these conditions, but generally come with a variety of uncomfortable side effects.
Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine are a natural, effective solution for allergies, sinusitis, asthma and cold symptoms, and can address and correct the root cause of the problem as well. Patients often feel an immediate improvement.
Allergy symptoms are the result of an abnormal immune response that happens when there is an existing hypersensitivity to normally harmless environmental substances. By inserting acupuncture needles into different acupuncture points, substances are released internally that regulate your body's central nervous system function, normalizing your body's antigen-antibody immune-related response. The substances released reduce inflammation, improving circulation in the area, helping to speed recovery. Chronic inflammation, especially sinus inflammation, can weaken the body's adrenal glands and lead to conditions including chronic fatigue, sluggish metabolism, and even depression. Acupuncture alone (or in combination with Chinese herbs) is very effective in restoring and stabilizing normal adrenal function. Treatment encourages your adrenal glands to function naturally and independently, without the need for supplements.
Although we can immediately reduce symptoms during an allergy attack, the best way to enhance your immunity is not during an allergy attack because your body is under a lot of stress when it's inflamed. Decreasing the inflamed condition is necessary, but treating the root cause (ie, enhancing immunity) is essential. We provide a complete treatment for people because we care.
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