Wanting to eat healthy, but not sure how? Worried you may be deficient in certain vitamins or minerals? Not sure if you are taking the right supplements?
Make sure you’re eating what’s right for you! The food we eat is the fuel for our body to replenish, heal, and grow. A healthful and balanced diet is the foundation for physical, mental and emotional health.
You will be asked to keep track of your diet for at least 2 weeks and to be mindful of any associated symptoms, such as bloating, low mood, or rashes. Supplements will be prescribed as needed using the best professional products that are tested for safety and effectiveness.Book Appointment
Acupuncture has been practiced in China for some 3,000 years. It is based on an ancient system of medicine rooted in the philosophy that disease occurs when the body is out of balance.
Extremely thin, sterile needles are inserted throughout the body at points that are specifically chosen to address the imbalance. Most people feel no or minimal discomfort as the fine needles are gently placed. Each treatment lasts from 15-30 minutes.
Acupuncture can treat musculoskeletal pain, nausea, migraine headache, anxiety, depression, insomnia, infertility, digestive concerns, and much more.Book Appointment
Considered the “Natural Face-Lift,” facial rejuvenation acupuncture will result in instant hydrated, softened and glowing skin. Working at three different levels as an anti-aging treatment, it will target drooping muscles to tighten, lift and tone, stimulate collagen and elastin production to soften lines and promote firmness, and boost blood circulation to the face, resulting in a glow from the inside out.
As a special bonus, when combined with body points, it also improves metabolism and hormonal balance.
Cosmetic acupuncture can help reduce acne, decrease sagging and puffiness, moisturize skin, tighten pores and even reduce double chins. Results are noticeable after 1-2 treatments and usually long-lasting after 6-8 weekly treatments.Book Appointment
Life in the city can be stressful. With the constant hustle and bustle, it may be difficult to slow down and actually enjoy life.
Mindfulness allows us to spend some quiet time with our mind, to be present in the moment and to see clearly, whatever is happening in our lives. There is lots of evidence demonstrating how excess stress causes illnesses and worsens others. Evidence also shows that meditation decreases stress, anxiety, and depression by helping us understand our mental pain, so that we may overcome and transform them
If you’ve thought about trying mindfulness meditation, but don’t know where to start, there is no better time than the present. Learn how to incorporate mindfulness into your life with help and guidance from Dr. Tran.Book Appointment