Peoria, AZ Acupuncture/Chinese Medicine Clinic Purchase Announced

Evergreen East Asian Medicine (623-352-7978) announces that it has been purchased by Glendale resident Dr. Thanh Nguyen DSOM, LAc and renamed from its previous appellation, Evergreen Center of Oriental Medicine.

Dr. Thanh Nguyen, a Glendale native and licensed acupuncturist, now owns and operates Evergreen East Asian Medicine, formerly known as the Evergreen Center of Oriental Medicine. The clinic specializes in classical East Asian medical treatments and has a natural medicine dispensary. Dr. Nguyen received training in various acupuncture styles, including Chinese, Japanese, and Korean, as well as warm needle, fire needle, flying needle, 7-star needle, pricking, auricular, scalp, facial, and cosmetic acupuncture.

Dr. Nguyen acquired the business from the previous owners, Roger Fenneman and Hsiao Hsien Chu, who operated under the name Evergreen Center of Oriental Medicine for 16 years. Evergreen East Asian Medicine offers a range of treatments for a variety of ailments, including symptoms related to asthma, diabetes, neuropathy, and autoimmune conditions.

Under Dr. Nguyen’s ownership, Evergreen East Asian Medicine will continue to provide high-quality natural medicine and classical East Asian medical treatments to the Glendale and Peoria communities.

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recently introduced new services for patients seeking initial acupuncture and herbal consultations. The consultations involve a detailed intake of the patient’s health history and current goals, followed by a traditional East Asian physical examination consisting of meridian palpation, pulse-taking, abdominal diagnosis, and tongue evaluation. Patients receive personalized acupuncture treatment and may be prescribed a personalized herbal formula to enhance their healing experience.

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) or Classical Chinese Medicine (CCM) is an ancient system of health and wellbeing with a long history of use in China and the East. TCM approaches health and wellness by treating the whole person, not just an illness, and aims to strengthen the person and address the root causes of their health issues. TCM treatments, such as herbal medicine, acupuncture, Tai chi, and Qigong, have gained popularity in recent years as more people turn to preventative and holistic practices to support their wellbeing. The number of licensed acupuncturists in the US has risen by almost 300% over the past 25 years, highlighting the growing interest in these practices.

Evergreen offers a range of follow-up treatment packages that include ongoing herbal consultations and acupuncture sessions. The clinic recommends regular appointments so that patients can receive tailored formula adjustments, unlike Western medicine prescriptions that only require refilling. CCM formulae’s effectiveness relies on a personalized approach to healing from the inside out, with the goal of eventually feeling better without the need for ongoing herbs.

In addition to acupuncture treatments, Evergreen offers other physical treatments, including bodywork, moxibustion, and cupping, as recommended by the doctor. Acupuncture needles are used to stimulate or release certain areas of the body, and evidence-based research has established its usefulness in treating a range of health issues, including post-surgical, chronic, acute, nonsurgical, and cancer pain.

One recent customer remarked: “I haven’t been able to work for the last few years, but since working with Dr. Nguyen I am back to work.”

Evergreen East Asian Medicine
[email protected]
7150 N 58th Ave

United States

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