I am seeing patients again on a limited basis and with all due diligence and protocols to safeguard everyone's well-being.
I am accepting new patients on a limited basis. You will need to call the clinic to arrange a time.
Online scheduling is available to those who are currently patients. Feel free to make an appointment online, or you can call the call the clinic to arrange a time.
We are following the local and CDC guidelines. When you come in please wear a mask if you have one, otherwise I can provide you with one. I'll be checking your temperature and screening for signs of active Covid-19. Other than that, we will proceed as we usually do with enough time to be sure you get the treatment and care you need.
Also, Tracy has re-opened her massage practice, so you can schedule a time for bodywork, including cupping and guasha.
We look forward to seeing you. Please give a call at 314-821-9642 if you have any questions or would like to schedule and appointment.
You can find your way back to vibrant health...
Frequently I hear people say, “We should be more open to these kinds of methods.”
I am of a different opinion. I think a healthy skepticism is more appropriate.
Strange words to hear from an acupuncturist?
Not really, read on.
Here in the West we come by our suspicion naturally; we have little personal experience or cultural background to suggest that a few well-placed needles can coax forth profound healing. The normal response to such methods should be doubt.
Describing the ancient medical practice of acupuncture is not unlike describing green-blue tropical waters to someone color-blind to those hues — there simply is no direct line between points A and B. In the absence of personal experience, the treatment is difficult to truly comprehend. More importantly, when it comes to health, leaps of faith and wishful thinking are not the best starting points.
Because you are reading this, I suspect you are seeking a solution to a health concern that has been dogging you like a shadow or dealing with a condition that has evaded Western bio-medicine's scopes and scans, or failed to respond to conventional one-size-fits-all methods. Maybe you are simply uneasy with the cascade of side effects from Western medical treatment.
We can offer resources.
Take the next step of that journey by pouring a cupful of your favorite beverage, unfurl your curiosity and read on to learn how Chinese medicine and acupuncture can help you or someone you care about. And welcome!
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Michael Max, Licensed Acupuncturist
What can you expect from Chinese medicine, and what can you expect from working with me?
If you have questions or concerns about Chinese medicine, then listen in to this podcast as one of the patients from Yong Kang clinic asks the questions about herbal medicine that are probably floating around in your mind as well.
Tracy Max, Licensed Massage Therapist
Licensed Massage Therapist
Massage, cupping, tuina and gua sha are all ways time tested ways that help your body to heal itself
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Kirkwood, MO, 63122