Consultation

Face to face Consultation
Face to face Consultation

Usually when people go to visit a healthcare provider, they are feeling sick or something is wrong.

In the world of Chinese medicine, people are encouraged to consult with your TCM doctor before something goes wrong so that we may be advised how to maintain your health, optimize your wellbeing, and prevent illness.

This is a lot easier to do if you are relatively healthy to begin with. Why wait till you are thirsty before digging a well?But most of us wait, often times to our detriment.

 

Consultation starting at $100


Acupuncture

Acupuncture
Acupuncture

With over 25 years experience, Dr. Cai has developed a unique style of treatment with precise diagnosis system, effective point selection and combination, and refined needing techniques.

He helped many patients with Pain Management, Neck, Back and Shoulder Pain; Stress & Trouble Sleeping; Energy Recover; Facial Rejuvenation; Weight Lose, Infertility and Female Problems.

Also Dr. Cai has been trained by dr. Wade before she retired.

 

Acupuncture starting at $80


TDP Infrared Heat Lamp

Heat Lamp
Heat Lamp

The premise of the lamp is that the far infrared (below visible light) emissions increases microcirculation and loosens fascia to accelerate the natural healing processes of the body.[citation needed] The TDP lamp is a therapeutic substitute for moxibustion, a traditional Chinese therapy, and is used by acupuncturists and Asian physiotherapist.

 

 

 

TDP Infrared Heat Lamp starting at $8 Each Area


Ryodoraku Therapy

Ryodoraku Therapy
Ryodoraku Therapy

Electrical acupuncture is performed with the needle as a stimulative electrode utilizing primarily direct current electricity. The indifferent is held in the hand. A common hypodermic needle may be used to introduce the current ; however, typical electrical acupuncture employs a classical solid needle together with a needle holder as the stimulating electrode. This process is called “electro-needle therapy.”
In a localized pain syndrome if sufficient and prompt analgesic effects from mechanical stimulation are desired, continuous or strong stimulation is generally required.

 

Ryodoraku Therapy starting at $15/ Each


 Electrical Medicine

Electrical Medicine
Electrical Medicine

Although a 1999 meta-analysis found that electrotherapy could speed the healing of wounds,[9] in 2000 the Dutch Medical Council found that although it was widely used, there was insufficient evidence for its benefits.[10] Since that time, a few publications have emerged that seem to support its efficacy, but data is still scarce.[11]

The use of electrotherapy has been researched and accepted in the field of rehabilitation[12] (electrical muscle stimulation).

 

 

 

Electrical Medicine starting at $35


Acupressure (Massage)

Acupressure (Massage)
Acupressure (Massage)

Use the following acupressure massage and Tuina (Tui Na) Massage techniques in your healing work: . Firm pressure is the most fundamental technique. Use thumbs, fingers, palms, the side of the hand, or knuckles to apply steady, stationary pressure.

There are literally hundreds of acupressure points on the body. Many of them you can massageyourself. You can use your fingers, palms, elbows or feet to apply various stimulation techniques to acupressure points on the body’s meridians.

 

 

 

Acupressure starting at $35/15 mins


Cupping

Cupping
Cupping

Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. People get it for many purposes, including to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation and well-being, and as a type of deep-tissue massage.

the recent attention to the ancient Asian medical treatment of cupping, after TV appearances by Olympic gold medal-winning swimmer Michael Phelps and other athletes with cupping bruises often compared to large hickeys, gave the procedure a celebrity endorsement

 

Cupping Start at $35


Medical QIGong Therapy

Medical QIGong Therapy
Medical QIGong Therapy

Medical Qigong is another branch of traditional Chinese medicine emerging as a cornerstone of many Eastern-influenced alternative medicine practices. Pronounced “chee-kung,” the phrase, literally translated, means “energy of life.”

Qigong has been long been practiced in China as a means of regulating personal health by people of all ages and skill levels, much like yoga is practiced in America as a physical discipline or therapeutic activity.

 

 

Medical Qigong Therapy Start at $35


 Herbal Medicine

herbal-medicine
herbal-medicine

Long’s Green Tea Cyan-blue 肝木 3-8

Ingredients: 100% Pure quality green tea extract

Function: Control appetite, Enhance energy, Antioxidant, Enhance physical fitness.

Usage: Take one capsule powder into 22 ounces of pure water. Drink it all before 3pm daily. half in the morning, half in the afternoon.

Note: Avoid eat spicy food and drink cold drinks.

 

Price is very, please click here to visit herb shop for more detail.


New Patient

Aloha injury clinic team
Aloha injury clinic team

We will continue seeing our own patients and Dr. Geraldine Wade’s patients
And is accepting new patients at this time

David Cai has been trained by dr. Wade before she retired.

 

 

 

 

 

New Patient Filling Fee $20