Free Telemedicine Appointments: Classical Chinese Medicine
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Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences | 1600 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94612
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The Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences is now offering telemedicine. Try it out for free!
Telemedicine appointments may last 60-90 minutes. During that time, we will listen to your concerns, answer your questions, and look at your tongue to make a Chinese medicine diagnosis. The visit will be conducted by a supervisor and a team of senior interns (3-10 interns). Depending on your concerns, we may use the following tools to help you:
Discussion regarding dietary recommendations
A customized herbal prescription and instructions on how to cook and take them (if needed).
Instructions for at-home acupressure point protocols tailored to your needs
Consider scheduling an appointment for stress, anxiety, pain, insomnia, digestive disorders, cold and flu symptoms, immunity boost, fertility, women’s health and more.
The students and staff of ACCHS clinic are proud to offer top quality care and service to our patients. We are a diverse group of people whose passion is to serve others from all walks of life with dignity and respect. You will find our staff and students to be sincere, compassionate and competent caregivers who can help you to retrieve the peace of mind that comes with a balanced mind and body free from pain, stress and anxiety.
Acupuncture can’t help with everything, but we have many patients who say that it has changed their lives. We don’t just fix you, but help you to become more engaged you in your own health by providing recommendations on exercises, foods or lifestyle changes that might be of benefit to you. Another thing we do differently than standard biomedicine is that we focus on the body as a whole rather than just focusing on one system. Seemingly unrelated health issues may actually affect one another. Sometimes what is needed is to work on multiple systems; this is what we mean when we talk of balancing the body. Our bodies are made up of interconnected systems that work together to help us function. We call it Chinese medicine because it came from China, but really it is a form of holistic medicine; it addresses the body as a whole.
If you are new to acupuncture, our school is a great place to get introduced to this wonderful healing modality. Our students will make sure your experience is a pleasant one and one that addresses your needs.