Acupuncture is a very important part of traditional Chinese medicine. It has been practiced for more than 5,000 years in China. However, only after President Nixon’s visit to China in 1972, was Acupuncture and TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) introduced in America.
More and more Americans have sought Acupuncture treatment for variety ailments because it is highly effective. It is particularly effective as a pain reliever. Patients often find relief from back pain, migraines, arthritis, PMS, and many other ailments that traditional Western medicine had failed to provide relief. Most new users are pleasantly surprised by the lack of side effects.
Effective pain relief and the lack of side effects is making Acupuncture increasingly popular among Americans.
Grace Acupuncture offers clients both acupuncture and electro-acupuncture. As well as, helping patients with physical, emotional and mental problems.
Grace H Zhang has practiced acupuncture and TCM since 1986. She graduated from Changchun Traditional Chinese Medical School in China.
She was a chief physician in China, where she was also a medical school assistant professor. Her dedication to helping patients eliminate suffering from illness led her to a thorough study of Acupuncture and TCM. She is certified in Acupuncture and Chinese herbology by NCCAOM, and she is an Ohio State Medical Board licensed Acupuncturist. Although Grace Zhang is not licensed as a MD to practice medicine in the United States, but her training and experiences enables her to treat patients with both Western and Traditional Chinese Medicine principles.
Grace Zhang believes that, in spite of the short history of Acupuncture and TCM in the United States, many people have benefited from this kind of treatment. She also believes that more and more people will continue to benefit in the near future as popularity for Acupuncture increases throughout America.