Acupuncture In Decatur

Welcome to the practice of Li Jiang, L. Ac. Dipl. C. H.

Acupuncture a part of Chinese Medicine is one of the oldest, most commonly used therapeutic healing procedures in the world. It focuses on finding areas of disharmony within the body-bringing them into harmony so the body can heal itself.

Providing quality care in Atlanta for over 15 years

Li Jiang has been providing quality acupuncture, Chinese herbs, for over 15 years in Atlanta. Her extensive training in China and many years of experiences enable her to use gentle holistic approach and natural solutions for many health issues to improve lives of many residents in Atlanta. She is always willing to listen to a patient’s individual concerns and craft individualized treatment plan for them. She is passionate about assisting others to regain their health and balance back through this ancient Chinese healing art. She believes acupuncture and Chinese medicine can promote optimal health, boost energy and restore harmony.

Building Protective Qi with TCM

Everybody gets sick at some point in their life. For some, it’s just a quick weekend thing. For others, it can last for several days and even weeks. Why do some people always get sick whenever there is a bug going around and others don’t? It all comes down to immunity. People who have a stronger immune system, tend to

Continue reading

Five Ways to Increase White Blood Cell Count with TCM

Leukopenia is a term used when there are less than adequate white blood cells in the bloodstream. This condition may make those suffering from it susceptible to infections. Leukopenia is often seen in diseases such as AIDS, cancer and lupus, as well as in common occurrences like the flu or a cold. Leukopenia can also be medically induced, as is

Continue reading

Acupuncture and Alcohol Detoxification

Alcoholism affects nearly 16 million adults in the United States, yet only approximately 1.5 million Americans actually seek and get help to deal with their addiction. According to the National Center for Statistics and Analysis, nearly 88,000 people die from alcohol-related deaths every year, which makes alcohol the fourth leading preventable cause of death in the United States. After all

Continue reading