Qi Li Acupuncture and Acupressure Center

• Allergy
• Anxiety
• Arthritis
• Asthma
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
• Depression
• Diabetes
• Facial Rejuvenation
• Fatigue
• Hypertension
• Impotence
• Infertility
• Lumbar Pain and Sciatica

• Insomnia
• M.S.
• Menopause
• Migraine
• Paralysis
• Pinched Nerve
• Quit Smoking
• Sinusitis
• Sport Injuries
• Stress
• T.M.J.
• Tinnitus
• Weight Loss
N.Y.S. Licensed Acupuncturist
T he Qi Li Acupuncture and Acupressure Center offers a broad range of herbal treatments. These treatments can be used to treat or prevent diseases, or even for cosmetic reasons. If you have a chronic ailment or complaint, or if you would simply like more beautiful skin or hair, please be sure to let your doctor know. We stock a complete selection of Chinese herbs and our doctors know excellent ways to use them.

Acupuncture: An Explanation
Acupuncture is a 5,000 year-old Chinese treatment. In modern acupuncture therapy, sterilized, micro-thin needles are inserted into the body to regulate qi. The traditional explanation for how acupuncture works relies on the traditional Chinese explanation of what causes diseases. Namely, when yin and yang are imbalanced in particular organs, or when the flow of qi is obstructed, the patient feels sick or senses pain. After the Chinese doctor feels the pulse, looks at the tongue, asks the patient questions and carries out other observations, he can determine exactly what is out of balance or where qi is obstructed. Once that is known, the doctor combines traditional theories and his experience to decide which herbs or needles can help. When yin and yang are restored to balance, or when the channels are no longer obstructed, the illness is resolved.