Yusai Acupuncture
& Alternative Medicine

Acupuncture in Lubbock


The Spleen meridian is pictured above. Treating it is useful for arthritis and digestive issues, among other illnesses. 
2000-5000 years old, it is one of the oldest medical systems known. Acupuncture is based on treating energy (Qi) imbalances by inserting small needles in the body.
Qi travels within pathways (meridians) in the same way a hose carries water. Where there is a "kink in the hose", Qi cannot flow and pain will result. Acupuncture can relieve it.

Some illnesses Chinese medicine can treat

  • Pain of all types
  • Depression/Stress
  • High Blood Press/Chol.
  • Allergies
  • Various organ dysfunctions
  • Gyno: PMS, Infertility
  • Insomnia
  • Autoimmune: Fibro, M.S.
  • ​Cold/Flu
  • Insert your illness here
Methods of Treatment
  1. Acupuncture
    Treatments last about an hour. All you need to do is lay down on a comfy massage table for a bit and possibly fall asleep while the needles do their work.
  2. Chinese Herbs
    Especially when combined with acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine can provide a path to optimize health and bring you back into balance.
  3. Moxibustion
    Ai Ye is an herb that is burned near acu-points to increase blood flow and immunity. There's a technique that can even turn a breach baby during pregnancy!
  4. Cupping
    Cupping helps with sore muscles and removing toxins from the body. There are many types, including fire, water, and flash cupping, to name a few.
  5. Tui Na
    It means "pushing" and "grasping". Tui Na is a type of bodywork that can resolve many illnesses through acupressure. It is used often with pediatric cases.
  6. Face & Neck Rejuvination
    Tiny needles are used to tone and revitalize the tissue without causing the abrupt "wind tunnel" look. Acne and rosacea can be treated with the same approach.