New Acupuncture and Asian Medicine Clinic Opens in Studio City

February 2, 2011

Located on Ventura Boulevard, Bokchi Acupuncture Clinic expertly uses Asian herbal medicine and other therapies to treat a wide variety of acute & chronic illnesses.

Studio City, CA (PRWEB) February 1, 2011

Bokchi Acupuncture Clinic is proud to announce the opening of its office in Studio City, California, serving the entire San Fernando Valley and beyond. The clinic specializes in Bokchi medicine and acupuncture and treats an array of common ailments such as respiratory problems, musculoskeletal disorders, allergies, headaches, depression and anxiety.

Bokchi Acupuncture Clinic’s therapies focus on balancing energy and eliminating the body’s toxic elements. Acupuncture uses thin sterilized needles to improve energy flow, reducing pain and restoring vitality, health and function to organs, joints and tissues. “Bokchi Medicine” utilizes the art of abdominal palpation by the hand of a trained professional. Areas of pain and sensitivity are identified. These areas are toxic elements accumulated in the body. A clinician then blends Asian herbs into teas, pills and powders to formulate a detox program suited for each patient’s medical needs.

The clinic offers other treatments as well. Trigger point therapy, developed by Dr. Janet Travell, identifies and resolves painful trigger points which are found in skeletal muscle fibers. SI Technique, developed by Sung-Im Park, uses two probes which have bipolar magnetic energy to correct body energy flow. Clinicians can also monitor their patients’ progress using the Hematology Analyzer, which measures the ratio between granulocyte and lymphocyte activity.

All three of the clinic’s members are licensed acupuncturists with experience in Asian medicine. Their methods are based on the Korean modality, as taught by the Korean Bokchi Medicine Association.

“We are proud that we are the first clinic in the USA to introduce this Korean modality,” said co-founder Edward Jwa.

Bokchi Acupuncture Clinic’s website outlines its many services, and features a section where patients can ask questions and leave comments.

For more information, visit http://www.bokchiacupuncture.com/. To schedule an appointment, please call (818) 985 0006.

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