Dr. Aliceia Carin graduated from the National University of Natural Medicine with a Doctor of Science in Oriental Medicine. She is trained in classical Chinese herbal formulae and prescribes both internal and external herbal formulas for all types of ailments. Since March 2020, Dr. Carin has successfully used herbal formulas when treating COVID patients in their recovery. Dr. Carin completed her residency with veteran master Chinese herbalist doctor Heiner Fruehauf, founding professor of the College of Classical Chinese Medicine (CCM)As a licensed acupuncturist, she has trained in Chinese, Japanese and Korean styles, five-element, warm needle, fire needle, flying needle, 7-star needle, bleeding, auricular, scalp, facial and cosmetic acupuncture. In addition, she is versed in techniques and applications of moxa, cupping and guasha. Key to her practice, Aliceia uses East-Asian physical diagnostic techniques such as tongue and pulse assessment as well as Japanese abdominal palpation. Dr. Aliceia Carin DSOM, LAc takes new position as Doctor for Evergreen East Asian Medicine. Full details can be found on the About Us section of the company website, https://evergreeneastasianmedicine.com.
Evergreen East Asian Medicine owner, Dr. Thanh Nguyen DSOM, LAc expressed confidence that Dr. Carin is ready to handle the job,
“I am very excited to welcome Dr. Carin to my practice,” said Dr. Nguyen. “She provides a great blend of top-notch clinical education and knowledge with a strong passion for providing community-based care. I also expect that she will be an active member of the community and that will be evident over the course of the months and years to come”.
Classical East Asian medicine has been practiced for over 2000 years. This science has developed through time tested results and observations and only recently has modern science been able to begin understanding the benefits and the mechanisms of action. Whether you want to use this ancient medicine as your main approach or along with modern medicine to obtain and maintain you and your family’s health, the outcomes are proven to be beneficial.
Classical East Asian Medical diagnosis can detect subtle imbalances and treat a person before full-on disease manifests (that which can be detected by modern medical diagnosis). By working on strengthening the body and removing obstacles to health, the foundation of this medicine is to prevent disease before it takes hold. In the most famous classical text of this medicine, it is written that treating someone once they are ill is like digging a well when you are thirsty. The wise prevent disease before it takes hold, treat it when it whispers to the body and mind that something is wrong. Any symptom of dis-ease one feels in the body, mind and/or spirit is that whisper. Through strengthening the terrain of the inner body with herbs and balancing the meridian system with acupuncture and other techniques, applying healthy lifestyle and diet, this ancient medicine offers a great deal of healing potential.
When sickness has already taken hold, that which is still healthy in the body must be supported and that which is unhealthy must be healed. To help achieve this, the doctor assesses, diagnoses and treats each individual’s symptom pattern. The complete symptom pattern includes both how an individual feels in their own body, heart and mind, through-out all of their systems, and what the doctor understands through observation, pulse diagnosis and other physical exams. Together, the complete pattern is grasped by the doctor and an individual treatment plan is created.
New patient consultations include:
-A diagnostic consultation including classical East-Asian physical exams such as traditional pulse taking and abdominal diagnosis.
-Detailed review of relevant health history and current goals.
-Initial physical treatment may include acupuncture, bodywork, moxibustion, cupping, or any other modality deemed appropriate by the doctor.
-Personalized herbal formula/s may be prescribed.
Customers and current employees are invited to send their messages of congratulations and welcome to the new doctor via website: https://evergreeneastasianmedicine.com.
Evergreen East Asian Medicine
Evergreen East Asian Medicine
7150 N 58th Ave
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