Due to the unique nature of Chinese medicine and, specifically, the holisitc, comprehensive nature of my practice, I do not claim 'specialties' in the common Western sense.
I have seen patients with a similar Western medical diagnosis (eg. 'depression', 'urinary tract infection', 'allergies', etc.) come in and be so different in individual symptom presentation that they receive a Chinese medical diagnosis different from each other and, in following, different treatments.
Therefore, I feel that providing a list of Western medical disease names that I claim to be able to treat would be inappropriate and misleading because there is no one-to-one correlation between those disease labels and underlying conditions.
What I feel would be more useful is to provide a list of 'complaints' that I have had success in treating:
- Mental/emotional issues - depression, anxiety, poor memory/focus
- Sports injuries - sprains, broken bones, tendon/ligament damage
- Allergies/Frequent Common Colds
- Menstrual disorders - painful, heavy, irregular menstrual periods
- Fatigue, low energy
- Headaches - migraines, tension, headaches of vague, undetermined origin
- Digestive difficulties
- Pregnancy - support and treatment of difficulties with pregnancy, maintenance of health
- Circulation issues
- Addictions of varying sorts