Atlanta Acupuncture Clinic located in Atlanta Georgia

We specialize in:

  • Pain Management
  • Women’s Health Issues
  • Infertility
  • Stress and Chronic Illness
  • Sports Injuries
  • Child Learning Disabilities
  • Anti-Aging.
Atlanta Georgia

We offer a holistic approach to treatment using Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) compatible with Western medical regimes. We know that all medical systems have both strengths and weaknesses. By integrating the strengths of more than one system into our treatments, we can achieve better clinical outcomes and improve your health beyond what any one method could do.

It is our experience that acupuncture and herbal medicines promote optimal health, boost energy and restore harmony to people experiencing physical imbalances from the everyday rigors of modern life.

Why Choose Acupuncture Atlanta?

  • 3 State Licensed Acupuncturists on staff for convenient appointments
  • Over 10 years of service to the Atlanta Metro Area
  • Extensive knowledge of herbal formulas, supplements, teas & skin care

Call today to schedule your consultation!  Phone  404 233-5080

Women's Health

We offer treatment for:

■ period pain
■ endometriosis
■ amenorrhea
■ uterine bleeding
■ uterine fibroids
■ ovarian cysts
■ premenstrual syndrome
■ mood swings
■ hormonal migraines
■ irregular periods

Contact us for a consultation.


We help couples facing fertility challenges using a unique combination of:

■ Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
■ Acupuncture
■ Chinese Herbs
■ Saliva Tests
■ Urine Tests

to reveal and treat functional imbalances in nutritional and hormonal levels.

Learning Disorders

We help all kinds of learning difficulties for children and adults:

■ Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
■ Hyperactivity
■ Dyslexia
■ Poor Coorindation
■ Autism

Our approach enhances learning abilities and improves reading, reading comprehension, spelling and co-ordination.


We offer personalized Anti-Aging programs that includes:

■ Hormone Balancing
■ Diet Adjustments
■ Tailored Supplements
■ Energy metabolic tune-up
■ Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture

A personalized and realistic anti-aging skin therapy regimen will be developed that is specific to your needs.

Pain Management

We use acupuncture and Chinese herbs to treat:

■ acute or chronic pain
■ sports injuries
■ elbow pain
■ shoulder pain
■ back pain

Acupuncture releases endorphins which along with Chinese herbs reduce inflammation and increase circulation.

Blood Pressure, Cardiovascular Health »

The Observed Effects of Vitamin E Supplementation on High Blood Pressure

June 29, 2016 – 12:00 am | 24 views

Chronic diseases top the charts for mortality rates in the United States as well as globally, with the burden stemming from cancers, diabetes, to cardiovascular disorders. Lifestyle risk factors greatly contribute to these diseases including diet, physical activity, smoking, and alcohol consumption. Nutritional risk factors are central to this discussion, and the analysis of a variety of diets is pertinent to progressing chronic disease prevention. An up and coming field delves into the use of anti-oxidative vitamins to suppress and heal the hypermetabolic state that causes many of these diseases. Antioxidants help to diminish the number of oxidative species in the body, which promote plaque buildup on blood vessels and ultimately weaken blood flow throughout the body.

A 2013 Japanese review aimed to summarize data from the National Health and Nutrition Survey to investigate the relationship between hypertension and vitamin E intake. The focus of this study rested on the oxidative damage to cells that high blood pressure can inflict. Vitamin E intake was assessed along with potassium, vitamin C, and magnesium to gauge any responses of hypertensive complications. Vitamin E is a fat-soluble antioxidant vitamin with known capabilities to reduce oxidative stress. Vitamin E is widespread in the human diet, found in many types of oil including sunflower oil, almond oil, safflower oil, palm oil, and olive oil. Vitamin E can be ingested through the diet in dense, leafy vegetables like spinach, collard greens, and beet greens. Avocados, asparagus, kiwis, broccoli, pumpkin, and tomatoes are only a few of the variety of foods that are rich in Vitamin E.

This study evaluated individual’s blood pressure status, triglyceride levels, and HDL cholesterol to assess the severity of a hypertensive state. After this observational trial was conducted, the researchers evaluated the collected data to find that vitamin E displayed a large impact on hypertension. Individuals in the highest group for vitamin E consumption maintained the lowest percentage of hypertension among the three group levels. The results did not vary when accounting for if the vitamin E was ingested in food or in supplemental form. For those without hypertension and ingesting high levels of vitamin E, the odds of them developing hypertension was drastically lower. Additionally, systolic blood pressure levels decreased among individuals with increased vitamin E intake.

The results from this summary study and countless other research efforts have confirmed that vitamin E intake is incredibly beneficial for the treatment of high blood pressure and hypertensive complications. It is essential that humans seek inflated vitamin E levels through a variety of foods or proper supplementation.

Kuwabara A., Nakade M., Tamai H., Tsuboyama-Kasaoka N., Tanaka K. “The Association between Vitamin E Intake and Hypertension: Results from the Re-Analysis of the National Health and Nutrition Survey.” Journal of Nutritional Science and Vitaminology 60(4): 239-245. 2014. doi:10.3177/jsnv.60.239

Tianma Gouteng Yin Extract and its Ability to Diminish Parkinson’s Disease Neural Damage

June 22, 2016 – 12:00 am | 114 views
parkinson's disease

Neurodegenerative disorders are extremely prevalent in aging populations due to the natural course of aging that involves cognitive decline. Parkinson’s disease is among the most common of age-dependent brain disorders. Parkinson’s disease (PD) is classified …

The Use of PSA Testing to Screen for Prostate Cancer in American Men

June 15, 2016 – 12:00 am | 113 views
PSA Test

Aside from cancers of the skin, prostate cancer is the leading type of cancer for men in the United States. Prostate cancers most frequently start development in the gland cells of the prostate, known scientifically …

Recharge Your Health With a Two Week Cleanse Program

June 11, 2016 – 12:00 am | 122 views

I had the flu in March that lasted about two weeks. After two rounds of corticosteroids, antibiotics, antihistamines and cough suppressants, I was still not feeling up to par. I decided I needed a cleanse …

The Administration of Cardamonin in the Treatment of Colitis-derived Inflammation of the Gastrointestinal Tract

June 8, 2016 – 12:00 am | 178 views
Gastrointestinal Tract

Gastrointestinal conditions provide extreme pain and discomfort for many individuals worldwide. At the forefront of these conditions is inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), which can be divided into ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease. These conditions are …