YiCaWell Acupuncture & Herbal Center provides foundational health services, including therapeutic Chinese body massage(tui-na), traditional acupuncture treatments, Cupping, Chinese herbal medicine, Gua Sha, and Moxibustion. We also specialize in hair regrowing, health and beauty treatments based on traditional Chinese medicine. Combining the latest instruments and techniques with traditional herbs, YiCaWell takes on a natural approach to achieving hair regrowing, health , beauty and anti-aging results without intrusive surgeries or dangerous chemicals. In order to achieve the best possible results, we have several doctors suited for your needs.
Here is a list of some treatments that we do:

Acupuncture: Acupuncture involves the use of sharp, thin needles that are inserted in the body at very specific points. This process is believed to adjust and alter the body's energy (qi) flow into healthier patterns, and is used to treat a wide variety of illnesses and health conditions. Usually about a dozen acupoints are needled in one session, although the number of needles used may range anywhere form just one or two to twenty or more.

Cupping: Cupping consists of placing several glass cups on the body. A match is lit and placed inside the cup and then removed before placing the cup against the skin. As the air in the cup is heated, it expands. After placing the cup on the skin, the air cools down, creating a lower pressure inside the cup that allows the cup to stick to the skin via suction. When combined with massage oil, the cups can be slid around the back, offering what some practitioners think of as a reverse pressure massage.

Chinese Herbal Medicine: Considered the primary therapeutic modality of internal medicine and involves and two hundred fifty herbs. A herbal formula can contain anywhere from three to twenty-five herbs. Each herb has one or more of the five flavors/functions and one of five temperatures (hot, warm, neutral, cool, cold).

Gua Sha: Gua Sha involves working the skin with pressure and strokes, using a round edged instrument which results in small pin-point bleeding under the skin called "sha", which will fade in two to three days.

Moxibustion: Moxibustion is often used in conjunction with acupuncture, consists of burning dried Chinese mugwort on acupoints. "Direct Moxa" involves the pinching of clumps of the herb into cones that are placed on acupoints and lit until the skin feels warm. The burning cone is removed before burning the skin. Moxa can also be rolled into a cigar-shaped tube, lit, and held over an acupoint, or rolled into a ball and stuck onto the back end of an inserted needle for a warming effect.