Helping people untangle their health concerns.
Headaches and migraines, facial and other neurologic pain, pain of the neck, upper back, lower back, hip, sacrum, spine, knee, shoulder, arm, leg, elbow, wrist, hand, foot, fingers & toes
Allergies, sinusitis, rhinitis, asthma, bronchitis, common cold
Amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, irregular menses, pre-menstrual syndrome, menopause, UTI, pelvic pain
Multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, lyme disease, cancer support, compromised immunity, systemic lupus erythematous, chronic fatigue syndrome
Heart disease, vascular disease, high or low blood pressure, high cholesterol, vascular compression or insufficiency, cold extremities, reynaud’s syndrome, varicosities, micro-circulation problems
Mental & Emotional Health
Stress, anger, frustrations, resentments, depression, anxiety, fear, sadness, grief, worry, palpitations of the heart, insomnia
Stroke recovery and post-stroke sequelae, spinal cord injury, postherpetic neuralgia, shingles, hemiplegia, trigeminal neuralgia, bell’s palsy, peripheral neuropathy
Irritable bowel syndrome, crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, constipation, diarrhea, GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disorder), stomach pain and sensitivity, nausea and/or vomiting
Sprains or strains of the ankle, wrist, finger, back, etc., sports Injury, automobile injury, muscle spasm, contusion, bruises, hematoma
Difficult cases require specialized skills, training, and experience.
I have worked hard to achieve the successes and accolades I have enjoyed. I have learned from my failures. Time and experience matures and mellows a practitioner. I look forward to learning more about you and helping in every way I can.
Dr. Scott Whitfield L.Ac., D.A.O.M.
Some of my patients have told me that they encountered “beings” while laying on the acupuncture treatment table, which are usually described as discarnate people. Sometimes the patient experiences the presence of animals or mythological creatures. The descriptions of their experiences are often very detailed. I will share some of them with you.
Healing holistically is not always an intuitive process. I have come up with twelve “keys” that may help to increase your understanding of how holistic healing really works.
As a busy acupuncturist, I cannot afford to come down with a common cold. I have a lot of patients that rely on me to “bring it!” and help them with their own health problems. Therefore, I have developed some strategies to beat a common cold before it has a chance to really dig-in and take me out. Please allow me to share these strategies with you.
Dr. Zhu demands a lot of his students and Zhu Scalp Acupuncture (ZSA) Certified practitioners. His insistence upon our clinical excellence reinforces his philosophy that ZSA is a complete system of medicine which can be applied to general practice.
Patients dealing with multiple sclerosis need a lot of support to navigate their health concerns. The hurdles involved can be considerable but need not be insurmountable. Here I’ll discuss a number of ways MS patients can take care of themselves outside the acupuncture clinic.