“To take medicine only when you are sick, is like digging a well when you are thirsty- isn’t it already too late?
-Ch’i Po 2500 BC


More than 3,500 years old, Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Therapy/Chinese Nutrition brings the body back into alignment on a macro and microcellular level through the body’s bio-electrical system.  Traditionally, this is termed, "Qi".  Western/Allopathic practitioners interpret this as the myofascial electrical system that encompasses the bone to the dermis.  At Boundless Well-Being, Chinese Medical Theory, Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Supplements are all tools that may be used to help patients reach their goals.   

Chinese Medicine’s origin begins with Taoism as the Emperor experimented with techniques to reach immortality. Their findings were meticulously preserved and reproduced in one of the oldest medical books still in use today: "The Yellow Emperor's Classic".  Chinese herbs are the precursors to the practice of Acupuncture.  Through centuries of careful qualitative documentation of signs, symptoms and results, Chinese herbology and Acupuncture are refined practices today. 

Overall, Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine addresses longevity, acute and chronic illnesses, and tunes into the capacity for revitalization that everyone has within themselves.