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Acupuncture goes beyond pain

by Moyee Siu, L.Ac.  There is no doubt that acupuncture is remarkably effective for reducing pain. That is the main reason people go to their acupuncturists – for pain relief. Since we are a specialty clinic in neurological dysfunctions, a lot of patients come to us for problems such as stroke, paralysis and nerve pain. […]

6 Exercises to Improve Your Balance

    By Dr. James Lu, DPT, LAc Do you or your family member has balance problems? Each year 1 in 3 people over the age of 60 experience a fall! Falls are the second leading cause of accidental or unintentional injury deaths worldwide. In 2000, direct medical costs for fall injuries totaled $20 billion. […]

ZSA Basics Class held on May 1 – 5, 2015

Professor Zhu left China in 1990 and immigrated to the United States. Twenty five years later, he felt an urge to share his clinical experience with fellow practitioners in China. So, in May 2015, Professor Zhu delivered a 5-days workshop in his hometown – Shanghai, and the fire started burning across the country… Below are […]

3 Simple Stretches to Relieve Neck Pain

Do you have neck pain after sitting at a desk all day, working for hours at a computer, or having experienced a neck injury?  Do you have tingling and/ or numbness in the arms and hands or  headaches spreading from your neck? If so,  you can probably benefit from these 3 simple neck stretches! It […]

Whereabouts is Professor Zhu?

“Whereabouts is Professor Zhu?”, many people wondered. He has disappeared from San Jose, California since October 2014.   Professor Zhu is a man in motion. He has spent his lifetime pursuing excellence in Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, which in his opinion is the best therapeutic approach. He strives to make Zhu’s Scalp Acupuncture available to patients in every corner of […]

Chinese Medicine For Cancer Treatment

Scientists studying a four-herb combination discovered some 1,800 years ago by Chinese herbalists have found that the substance enhances the effectiveness of chemotherapy in patients with colon cancer. The mixture, known in China as huang qin tang, has been shown in early trials to be effective at reducing some side effects of chemotherapy, including diarrhea, […]