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Licensed Acupuncturist (L.Ac.)

Nature's Grace Acupuncture Center, Inc.

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Qiang Yang
Traditional Chinese Medicine; More than just an alternative.
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Formed in 1998, our facility has the dedication and experience to help you with your ailments. Prevent pain, treat aches, and gain clarity with our treatments. We offer quality acupuncture, Oriental medicine, massage therapy, and herbal therapies. Nature’s Grace Acupuncture Center provides a wide range of integrative and holistic therapies. We take the entire person into account when determining the proper treatment.

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.: ACUPUNCTURE :.

The potential benefits of acupuncture are widely recognized, and it is being increasingly integrated with mainstream health care. Since the 1970’s, when acupuncture and Oriental medicine first became available in the United States, more than 15 million Americans have tried it. The risk of side effects is low and the potential benefits are high.

Knowing what to expect from acupuncture will help patients get the most benefit from treatments:
Traditional Chinese acupuncture, practiced in mainland China for over 2,000 years, is the art and science of manipulating the body’s life force (Qi) through the placement of micro-fine needles in specific acupoints throughout the body.

The acupuncturist uses a sophisticated and complex system of diagnostic methods that take into consideration the person as a whole, discerning the body’s pattern of disharmony rather than isolated symptoms. The aim is not only to eliminate or alleviate symptoms, but more importantly to treat the underlying cause, increase the ability to function and improve the quality of life.

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.: HERBAL THERAPY :.

Herbal medicine is itself a powerful method of healing. Western drug often control symptoms but do not alter disease (antibiotics eliminate bacteria but do not improve a person's resistance to infection; diuretics rid excess fluid without improving kidney function).

Chinese herbs treat the underlying condition as defined by traditional diagnosis, and rarely cause unwanted side-effects.

Just as soil becomes depleted through overuse, so the Qi, Moisture, and Blood are eroded by overwork, emotional tension, mental strain , too much or too little exercise, and inadequate diet or rest, impairing the capacity of the Organ Networks to do their jobs.

Formulas are available in a variety of forms: crude herbs to be boiled into tea, liquid bottled extracts, ground herbs packaged in pills, and powders. Herbs, more like foods than drugs, can supplement our diet and fortify our constitution as well as prevent or remedy ailments. Sometimes long-term use of herbs is desirable whereas extended use of pharmaceuticals would not be healthy.

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Practice Areas
Certifications
 Acupuncture (NCCAOM)  Licensed Acupuncturist (L.Ac.)  Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)
Bio
Qiang (Elisa) Yang is a licensed Acupuncturist by the State Board of California. Qiang Yang graduated from one of the most prestigious medical schools in China, receiving her degree from Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and was trained in both Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine theories.

Elisa worked in the Oriental Medicine department of a major hospital in China. She then moved to the United States, where she continued the development of her credentials. She has worked in the communities of Santa Monica, Murrieta, Temecula and San Diego and now has over 25+ years of experience. Her specialties include pain management, infertility, and herbal therapies.


*Qiang is currently accepting patients at the Murrieta clinic on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays by appointment.
Education/Training
O.M.D. (In China) Graduate Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chengdu, China
California State Board Licensed Acupuncturist (L. Ac)
National Board Certified Acupuncturist, Dipl. Ac (NCCAOM)
Memberships
Member of the California Association of Acupuncture Medicine (CAAM)
Member of the American Pregnancy Association
Other Languages
English & Mandarin
Payments Accepted
Cash, Checks, Credit cards, Debit cards, Overseas Traveler's Checks, Insurance.
Hours:Monday - Tuesday : 9AM - 6PM Thursday - Friday : 9AM - 6 PM Saturday : By Appointment Only
Cost/Session:Cost Varies - Please Contact Our Murrieta Office
License:AC5922
Recommendations
Bob p.. 5/1/2017
due to injury in military, I had back pain for years. After a few treatments, I am back to normal activityies, bikeing, hikeing, jogging, tennis...etc. I highly recommend Natures Grace. Dr. Yang is terrific and has many years experience..and it did NOT hurt.

5-star recommendation
Paula m.. 4/28/2017
I don't know what it would be like had I not found Elisa (Qiang Yang) at Nature's Grace. My left foot "dropped" following very heavy doses of chemotherapy, leaving my foot partially paralyzed. My oncologist referred to this condition as a "quality of life" changer. My neurologist called it permanent and explained my foot would never improve. Fortunately, I did not give up and read online a study which showed acupuncture can help in some cases, and I found Nature's Grace nearby. Over the course of the year, the movement in my foot returned is almost fully restored. I do believe this is due to the greatest part of acupuncture. Don't be afraid to try it. Elisa is very gentle and the office atmosphere is soothing and relaxing. Thank you to Elisa and Nature's Grace. You made a big difference in my life!
Location
25470 Medical Center Drive, Ste. 104
MurrietaCA 92562
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