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Autism: The patient has been diagnosed with autism and was at 2 years and 10 months of age during the first treatment. His mother is certain that acupuncture can improve his gastrointestinal condition, eye contact, learning abilities, and esotropia. After several sessions, the patient has shown visible improvements both physically and mentally.
Severe fatigue, vomiting, nausea, stiffness in fingers: After three acupuncture sessions, the patient's symptoms vanished, and she regained her strength and vitality. Even hosting a 18-guest Christmas party was no problem for her!
Treatment: Acupuncture + Chinese herbs (7 sessions)
6/23/2017 LDL-C 228 mg/dL
8/15/2017 LDL-C 164 mg/dL (Net change: -64mg/dL)
6/23/2017 Non HDL-C 248 mg/dL
8/15/2017 Non HDL-C 186 mg/dL (Net change: -62mg/dL)
**HDL-C levels were maintained at 55mg/dL on both dates**
6/23/2017 Total cholesterol 303 mg/dL
8/15/2017 Total cholesterol 241 mg/dL (Net change: -62mg/dL)
**Normal total cholesterol levels: 125-200 mg/dL**
Speak: Mandarin 華語 / Subtitle: English
Bone burning sensation, formication: Itching has persisted for over a year, 24/7. Although the patient has no rashes, she has stated that her bones have felt like a steamer, and that it feels like there are millions of bugs crawling over her entire body, causing her to wake up multiple times at night. Patient has noticeable scabs from scratch wounds. After one session of acupuncture, her itching disappeared, but occasionally returned with about 50% intensity after leaving the clinic. After her third session, she only woke up once from the itching while sleeping. After her fourth session, her itching seems to have disappeared. However, the patient returned for a fifth session after waking up from an itching sensation in her left lower back at about 4-5 a.m.
Alopecia: The patient was diagnosed with alopecia about fourteen years prior to meeting Dr. Tsai. After treating the patient's lungs, spleen, and kidneys, Dr. Tsai administered acupuncture every other day. One month later, the patient grew 2-3 cm of hair on his previously bald head.
ADHD (improved appetite): The patient was diagnosed with ADHD, and was prescribed medication by physicians. However after medication, the patient seemed to have a reduced appetite, and had lost a lot of weight. Thankfully, after two sessions of acupuncture, the patient's appetite greatly improved; he often asks for seconds and can even fit in dessert now!
Psoriasis: Slight inflammation, itching, flaking. Although the patient had already applied topical steroids prior to meeting Dr. Tsai, the medicine did not seem to have a noticeable affect on the affected region. However, after six treatments, the patient has noted that the inflamed region has shrunken, stopped flaking as much, and has begun to dry up.
Stroke aftermath (nausea, vomiting, shaking legs): Eight months prior to meeting Dr. Tsai, the patient had a stroke, and has had two brain surgeries. After surgery, the patient experienced nausea and vomiting 24/7 and could not stand up without a walker. After one session of acupuncture, his nausea greatly decreased, and was able to stand upright with no problems. He was even able to lift the walker and walk three to four steps with ease.
Liver fibrosis: Diagnosed with liver fibrosis fifteen years prior to meeting Dr. Tsai, and has received conventional treatments. Although his liver blood test results had been normal for the past fifteen years, ever since eleven to twelve years ago, the patient has felt severe pain under his armpits and in his lower back. After three acupuncture sessions, his pain has vanished.
Heartburn: The patient has had heartburn for about twenty years. After eating, the patient experiences excruciating pain in her stomach until the contents of her stomach have been digested. After one acupuncture session, her symptoms have been remedied and the patient is able to eat more.