Pain Treatment and Avoid Surgeries
Traditional Chinese Medicine has a very long history ( 5000 years) of effectively treating pain. At EHE Clinic, most patients feel much better (50% to 100% pain relief) after the first treatment. So, you can know if your pain can be treated after the first treatment. But to avoid the pain keep coming back, especially the chronic pain, which need to cut the "root" of pain take a series of treatments. For athletes, the treatment can increase muscle strength and power; boosts performance, and increase energy, reduce stress/anxiety, etc. TCM treatment is natural and don’t need to worry about side effects or having drugs in your body.
Some patients already scheduled surgeries before they came, and Dr. Yang's treatments help them to avoid surgeries. Please look at the patients testimonies:
Gregory, Herniated Disc Surgery
Professor Gregory cancelled his surgery appointment and he still feels fine after one year ....
Lisa, Neck & Shoulder Pains
She went to emergency room for stopping the pain, but couldn't until she came to see Dr. Yang. It's like a magic....the pain was immediately gone.
Marilyn, Facial pain
Facial pain: Trigeminal Neuralgia totally recovered after 2 sessions
Cindy, Knee Pain
Her knee pain was gone after 5 minutes treatment
Rick, Back Pain
Drove over 12,000 km and the lower back pain didn't come back again
Virginia Tech students, Various Pains
Dr. Yang treat the students in classes for various pains, and the results surprised them.
Narrie, Kidney Pain
Serve kidney pain was totally gone after 2 sessions
Nerve pain in forehead
72 years old man with progressive worsening supraorbital neuralgia for 10 years. Just put needles in 10 mins with Dr. Yang's method, all pain were gone.
The key to good results for pain treatment is finding the sources that cause the pain. Most people's pains are caused by stress and emotional issues. After I talked to my patients, I usually can find the real reason(s) that cause the pain, which sometimes they may not realize themselves.
"Local treatment of the pains is like cutting weeds. I can help release the pain temporarily. However, if the source is still there like the roots of a weed, it will come back. Identifying the source is the key.
"When I talk with my patients in the clinic in a quiet environment, I can usually feel their energy (Qi), and the emotions down deep in their mind. I often surprise my patients by telling them their true, hidden emotions.
"To release the pain temporarily is not difficult. What I want is for my patients to get better not only physically but also emotionally!
-- Joy Yang