At Cypress Pavilion, we work to empower our clients to fine-tune their health and experience unfettered physical activity. We also seek to support professionals looking to expand and refine their understanding of the classical Chinese approach toward healthcare. We believe an informed public is better-enabled to make correct decisions concerning their healthcare and seek to foster your understanding of Chinese medicine and its associated practices to meet and exceed your healthcare and physical goals.
At Cypress Pavilion, we provide a three-pronged service approach
Our primary treatment approach emphasizes prevention and recovery from illness and injury through acupuncture.
When it is beneficial to the client, we combine acupuncture with other treatment methodologies such as Chinese Bodywork, Herbs, and cupping.
To facilitate our clients' efforts to maintain their own health or to excel in physical activities, we offer Developmental Practices. These practices aid in recovery, while supporting your ability to adapt to environmental, physical, and psychological stresses.
We encourage each of you to take a proactive role in your healthcare and physical activities through Education. For those with general interest, an overview of Chinese medicine, its diagnostic approach, and treatments can be found in our Basic Concepts education area. For those wishing to pursue a richer understanding of concepts, or to create future opportunities in their lives, instruction through video or in-person seminar training address more Detailed Concepts of Chinese Philosophy and Medicine approaches.
M.S. Physics | Acupuncture, Lic. Ac., Dipl. Ac.
At Cypress Pavilion, I focus treatment on pain and constitutional medical conditions. Through community interactions and teaching, my goal is to foster an increased understanding of Chinese medicine and expand its application through research.
My interest and involvement with Chinese medicine is a long road of study and research in philosophy and martial arts. I started studying various schools of Chinese thought in my early teens, and continued through university. At the same time, I became involved in the study of various martial arts based upon these schools of thought.
My first trip to China was to study martial arts and Chinese Medicine with Dr. Xie Peiqi. During subsequent trips over a four-year period, I studied classical foundations of understanding through the application of the Bagua and Yi Jing. This was the first time I had experienced an applied, organic presentation of the schools of Chinese philosophy. It is a dynamic, all-encompassing approach toward understanding.
After Dr. Xie’s passing, I continued medical studies in Applied Channel Theory and the Balance Method of Drs. Wang Ju-Yi and Richard Tan, respectively. Dr. Xie taught me the basis for understanding through the Bagua; Dr. Wang enabled me to apply this knowledge through an understanding of the channel systems and their relation to physiology; Dr. Tan provides direction in acupuncture diagnosis and treatment. Though all three of these great doctors have passed away, their unselfish sharing of knowledge has left their vast experience for posterity.
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