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.

Antioxidant, Respiratory Health »

The Antioxidant, Resveratrol, in the Prevention of Asthmatic Symptoms

October 19, 2016 – 12:00 am | 52 views

Asthma is a very concerning and prevalent chronic condition that affects nearly 300 million individuals worldwide, and this number is only expected to increase in the future. Bronchial tubes function to facilitate air travel to and from the lungs. When these airways are impeded and inflamed from asthmatic responses, an individual experiences coughing, shortness of breath, and constriction in the chest cavity. Asthmatic symptoms frequently collide with physical activity, allergic reactions, and occupational hazards. Though there is no way to cure asthma, there are many available medications and inhalers that aid to alleviate the restricted air access observed from asthma.

Clinical professionals have witnessed many adverse characteristics of the standard corticosteroid therapy, which enlists drug resistance, financial burden, and a lack of effectiveness for patients. Alternative outlets for therapy have begun to arise, including the use of the antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-carcinogenic compound known as resveratrol. Resveratrol is a polyphenolic compound, composed of repeating subunits, and commonly found in grapes. Research has already suggested the use of resveratrol in the treatment of cancer and cardiovascular disease. Previous studies found that resveratrol was capable of preventing the synthesis of Th2 cytokines, IL-4 and IL-5. Th2 cytokines are products of T cells, known to protect the body’s immune responses.

Phosphatase and tensin homology deletions on chromosome 10 (PTEN) have been linked to numerous chronic diseases such as cancer and asthma. The asthmatic mechanism for development has been proposed as a link between PTEN and inflammatory pathways. A recent study utilized resveratrol as a model therapy for asthma-induced mice to observe any remedy in airway modeling and PTEN expression. Lung samples from resveratrol-administered vs. control mice were collected as direct assessment of asthmatic symptoms. Resveratrol notably reduced the cellular inflammation present in blood vessels and bronchial passages. Asthma causes thickening of the air vessels to the lungs of individuals, further hampering airflow to and from the lungs. Muscle and airway walls were significantly less thick in subjects that received the resveratrol treatment. Airway remodeling was suppressed with treatment of resveratrol in the experiment.

An important biomarker of asthma is a reduction in the expression of PTEN, which is linked to inflammatory pathways. Resveratrol inflated the levels of the PTEN protein in the mouse model, which are normally suppressed with asthma development. The investigated link between PTEN and asthma was observed in airway remodeling. Lower levels of PTEN resulted in remodeling of mucous glands and smooth muscles in the airways. Resveratrol accesses PTEN expression through the activation of the SIRT1 gene, which promotes the production of the PTEN protein.

Ultimately, asthma is a chronic condition of concern to medical professionals due to its prevalence and adverse symptoms of restricted airflow and chest pains. Resveratrol proves to be an efficient therapy for asthma symptoms to combat airway remodeling and inflammation. The specific target of resveratrol is the SIRT1 gene, which is capable of improving PTEN protein expression. The linkage of these biomarkers with inflammatory pathways aids to reduce modeling of the mucosal and smooth muscle tissues in brachial pathways. The implications are vast of the antioxidant, resveratrol, for the suppression of numerous chronic conditions including asthma.

Chen G., Tang J.H., Ni Z., Chen Q., Li Z., Yang W., Din J.Y., Luo X., Wang X. “Antiasthmatic Effects of Resveratrol in Ovalbumin-Induced Asthma Model Mice Involved in the Upregulation of PTEN.” (2015) Biol Pharm Bull, 38(4), 507-513.

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October 12, 2016 – 12:00 am | 102 views
Fish oil

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October 5, 2016 – 12:00 am | 164 views

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The Proposed Use of Omega-3 Fatty Acid and Antioxidant Supplementation Against Cognitive Decline in Alzheimer’s Disease

September 28, 2016 – 12:00 am | 142 views

The progression of aging commonly renders individuals more susceptible to many clinical diseases and disorders.  At the forefront of this health alteration is the natural deterioration of the mind, observed in many cognitive disorders.  Alzheimer’s …

The potential use of Chinese Danshen dripping pills to alleviate diabetic complications

September 21, 2016 – 12:00 am | 164 views
Dan Shen

To avoid hazardous side effects and promote homeopathic treatments for disease symptoms, herbs derived from traditional Chinese medicine practices are commonly utilized. As a pivotal and well-studied component of traditional Chinese medicine, Danshen dripping pills …