Serving the Greater Cleveland community for over 25 years
The Healing Hands Clinic is made up of two acupuncturists who have devoted their lives to the ancient art of healing.
Guang and Wendy compassionately share their rich knowledge and expertise in Chinese Medicine with each of their patients. Whether you are seeking relief from pain, healing from injury, or to simply strengthen your immune system and optimize your health, acupuncture can help bring balance and harmony.
We are providers for VA Veteran Affairs, BWC Bureau of Workers' Compensation and Medicaid/CareSource.
OUR APPROACH TO HEALING
All of our individualized treatments are carefully designed to address your specific needs and to help you live a healthier, more vibrant life. We focus on the body's structure, physiological systems, diet, sleep and mental-emotional wellbeing.
Learn more about how our holistic treatments can help you below
MIND BODY WELLNESS
Comprehensive approach to your health by addressing the root cause rather than symptom management
Gentle acupuncture needling technique helps stimulate the release of oxytocin and activates the body's own pain killers
Cupping is a safe therapeutic method to increase blood circulation, relax the body and release muscle tension
Warming therapy helps with soothe muscle and joint stiffness and pain. Enhances the body's natural ability to heal
NEWS ARTICLE CORNER
Stay in the Know on the Latest Acupuncture Research
The World Health Organization has evaluated acupuncture treatment for numerous health conditions.
WHO Full Reports
ANTI-INFLAMMATORY EFFECTS OF ACUPUNCTURE
Harvard Medical School neuroscientists concluded that acupuncture regulates inflammation in response to bacterial infections. Electro-acupuncture was found effective in ameliorating the effects of pro-inflammatory cytokine storms to increase survival rates and prevent disease progression.
ELECTROACUPUNCTURE EFFECTIVE FOR MYOFASCIAL NECK PAIN
A randomized clinical trial conducted by Iranian researchers discovered electro-acupuncture to be effective for chronic neck pain diagnosed as myofascial pain syndrome. Measures of pain, neck disability, range of motion and pressure pain threshold were all considered.