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  Ancient Arts ​​Acupuncture     
        & Herbal Medicine                                             

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8133 Mesa Dr., Austin, Texas 78759

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512-653-6131​​

Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) are safe, effective and drug-free options for the treatment of most non-emergency conditions.

Originating over 3000 years ago, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is presently used as a primary healthcare system for more than one-third of the world’s population. It is a method of balancing and building the body’s life force or energy known as QI.
TCM views a person as an energy system in which body and mind are unified, each influencing and balancing the other. Unlike Western medicine which attempts to isolate and separate a disease from a person, Chinese Medicine emphasizes a holistic approach that treats the whole person.

Treating From The Root

Pain

Women's Health

Psychological

Muscle pain, swelling, stiffness and weakness
Localized traumatic injuries, sprains, strains, tendonitis, contractures
Arthritis
Fibromyalgia
Work and sports related injuries
Low back pain
Osteoarthritis
“Frozen shoulder”, “tennis elbow”
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Infertility
PMS
Dysmenorrhea
Menopause syndrome
Benign irregular menstruation
Benign amenorrhea
Depression
Anxiety
OCD
PTSD
Somatization disorder
Hypersomnia
Insomnia

Digestive

Respirtory

Spasms of esophagus and cardia
Irritable bowel and colitis
Hiccough
Gastroptosis
Acute and chronic gastritis
Gastric hyperacidity
Chronic duodenal ulcer (pain relief)
 Acute and chronic colitis
Constipation
Diarrhea


Acute sinusitis
Acute rhinitis
Common cold
Acute tonsillitis
Acute bronchitis
Bronchial asthma