With over 20 years experience in treating patients with acupuncture, we have had great success with treating patients with a variety of difficult conditions. At our Institute, we utilize a tremendous variety of acupuncture methods. Unknown to the average patient there are numerous styles and disciplines of acupuncture that have been developed over that past 4000 years. Originating in China, acupuncture over the past century has rapidly progressed into a sophisticated medical treatment method. Now there have been great innovations that have come from Korea, Japan, Germany, France, England, Sweden, Canada, United States and other countries. Each country has added a new twist that has enhanced the effectiveness of acupuncture in treating many disorders that are poorly responsive to current conventional therapies.
At the Institute, we have continuously strived to improve and refine our methods. We regularly incorporate new methods if they prove to be more effective and discard those methods that have shown to be less effective. Dr. Chung has currently practiced and taught acupuncture for the past 20 years. He is currently the president of the New Jersey chapter of the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture.
Our methods are both innovative and eclectic. By combining traditional methods with new bioenergetic methods of treatment and testing, we believe that we have synthesized a new type of acupuncture that appears to be far more effective than most other forms of acupuncture. We now obtain faster and more complete results than we have ever before when we used only the traditional methods of acupuncture treatment.
Furthermore we combine our acupuncture with a comprehensive approach that includes the use of other modalities such as Neural therapy, Prolotherapy, Oxidative therapies, Nutrition, and Autonomic Response Testing that allow us to more quickly help our patients.