About Eastern & Oriental Medicine

Why Eastern and Oriental Medicine?

  • Eastern and Oriental medicine traditions have a long history. 
  • These traditions have served more people collectively across time and space than the total of people alive today!
  • They have been studied, refined and continuously developing for more than 5,000 years!
  • Chinese medicine has been the most widely studied traditional medicine.
  • Western science is just discovering the molecular nature of herbal medicines, specific acupuncture points, moxibustion therapy and other aspects.
    Asian medicine is both ancient and modern
  • It cultivates and maintains wellness
  • Addresses health concerns and conditions and does so on multiple levels. 
    • It can treat numerous conditions including allergies, asthma, the common cold and flu, chronic and difficult conditions, subclinical conditions, provide cancer treatment support, and pain management and SO MUCH MORE.....
  •  A more complete list coming soon.

Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine & Other Treatments

  • Eastern and Oriental medicine uses many modalities to balance and realign  body, mind and spirit.
    • Acupuncture is only one of them.

Treatment plans may often include any of these:

  • Tuina
  • Cupping
  • Moxibustion
  • Guasha
  • Chinese herbal medicine
  • Nutritional and diet therapy
  • Exercise
  • Lifestyle guidance
  • Qi gong, tai chi
  • Breathing and meditation
  • Spiritual cultivation
  • Self-care and health education
  • Acupuncture, acupressure
  • and many other modalities.

Each treatment plan is unique!
It is customized for
you!


FAQs

 What Is Acupuncture?

The  insertion of very thin needles at specific points on the body to  maintain wellness, help your body heal itself, moderate and alleviate  pain, and balance body mind and spirit to provide greater quality of  life!

How small are the needles?

Acupuncture needles are very small and thin.  

  • They are 1/20th the size of a hypodermic needle. 
  • In fact, acupuncture needles fit inside of the hypodermic needles.

Does it hurt?
Most people are very surprised they do not feel pain during acupuncture.  

  • Most people fall asleep during acupuncture.
    They say it's the
    most relaxed they feel.
     
  • Acupuncture might produce a sense of heaviness, tingling, or a tickle sensation.       
    • If there is any discomfort, the acupuncturist can adjust the needle for your body's comfort or remove the needle completely.
       

Chinese Herbal Medicine
(Coming soon..)

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Discover how I can help you meet your healing goals and why I'm so excited to be a part of your healing journey! 


My office is on the first floor of 226 N. Washington St., # 2,  next to the School of Rock , near the Children's Museum, the Naperville train station & North Central College.


Please contact me for services also available in your home. 


Drop me a line, call or text 630.696.6533 to schedule or Schedule online now.


Healing beings with a single step..................    

Debra Xiangjun Hayes 杜湘君, L.Ac.

226 N Washington St, Naperville, IL 60540

630.696.6533

Office Hours (Naperville)

Every other Monday by appointment
Tues.
10am - 1pm and by appointment
                          (last appointment at 8pm)

Weds. By appointment (Last appointment. 1 pm)

Thurs. 11 am - 3:30 pm and by appointment (Last appointment 8:30)

Friday: Closed

Saturday: 9.am - 2pm and by appointment  
                (last appointment at 7pm)

Sunday: Closed


** For additional times, please call or text 630.696.6533 or email

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***Contact me for home-based service availability!