PAIN

Generally speaking, Chinese medicine views pain as a condition where the energy of the body (Qi) has become stagnated or stuck or an area where the qi flow has become diminished. Pain is usually treated with acupuncture, which stimulates the pressure points and redirects qi, thus relieving the pain. Dr. Chen specializes in treating the following types of pain.

Cervical Spondylosis - Pain in the neck and occiput, impaired movement of the neck, the rigidity of neck muscle, the head and neck limited in a fixed position, remarkable tenderness in both sides of the neck.
Stiff Neck - Sudden soreness and pain in the neck occur after getting up in the morning. Usually, there is a limitation of movement towards one side in the neck. The pain is aggravated by motion.
Scapulohumeral Periarthritis - Shoulder pain that is sore, vague, or stabbing in nature. Severe pain may radiate to the upper arm and elbow. Pain may worsen at night.
Prolapse of Lumbar Intervertebral Disc - Pain and weakness in the waist and lower limb, aggravated by walking or moving.