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Winston Wang, L.AC

Acupuncturist

Dr. Winston Wang L.AC is a top Acupuncturist in Orange, . With a passion for the field and an unwavering commitment to their specialty, Dr. Winston Wang L.AC is an expert in changing the lives of their patients for the better. Through their designated cause and expertise in the field, Dr. Winston Wang L.AC is a prime example of a true leader in healthcare. As a leader and expert in their field, Dr. Winston Wang L.AC is passionate about enhancing patient quality of life. They embody the values of communication, safety, and trust when dealing directly with patients. In Orange, CA, Dr. Winston Wang L.AC is a true asset to their field and dedicated to the profession of medicine.
Winston Wang, L.AC
  • Orange, CA
  • Accepting new patients

Can acupuncture help with my son's asthma?

Yes, acupuncture should be able to help.

Acupuncture for fertility- will it increase my ovarian reserve?

Acupuncture should be able to help on improving the egg quality and the chance of conceiving, but not the ovarian reserve and the egg amount during the ovulation. The goal of READ MORE
Acupuncture should be able to help on improving the egg quality and the chance of conceiving, but not the ovarian reserve and the egg amount during the ovulation.

The goal of acupuncture is to help your body to function more normally, and the ability to produce good quality eggs and be able to conceive and pregnant is considered the normal functions of the body.

Normally during each ovulation, there are only a few of the eggs will become mature. And if the quality of those eggs is good, you don't need more.
Ovarian reserve (the number of eggs one has in her life) is set when a girl is born, it only reduces during each ovulation and will never increase.

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Brachial plexopathy pain from radiation fibrosis- what will help?

It sounds like acupuncture should be able to help. The treatment might be focusing on 1. pain relief by applying stimulation (might be a temporary relief) and 2. try to soften READ MORE
It sounds like acupuncture should be able to help.
The treatment might be focusing on
1. pain relief by applying stimulation (might be a temporary relief) and
2. try to soften or improve the condition of the tissue that's triggering the nerve. (should give more of a long-term relief)

Orange Acupuncture
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How does acupuncture help in treating infertility?

Acupuncturist treats patients by giving stimulations to their body and trigger their body to adjust. So I usually consider the problems coming from functional unbalance and the READ MORE
Acupuncturist treats patients by giving stimulations to their body and trigger their body to adjust. So I usually consider the problems coming from functional unbalance and the confusion of the body the strength of acupuncture.

A lot of infertility comes from endocrine disorders, Immune system disorders and low function of organs. That falls right into the treatable area of acupuncture.

Generally speaking, on husband side, if he's able to produce functional sperm, even if it's count and activity is low, acupuncture will be able to help. (meaning that the function of producing and transporting sperm still exists, without severe blockage)
On wife side, if she still has menstruation and somehow ovulates, acupuncture will be able to help. (meaning that the uterus and ovaries are still functional, without severe blockage)

Orange Acupuncture
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Is acupuncture a complementary treatment or does it treat ailments by itself?

Acupuncture is mostly used as a treatment by itself, but it can also be a complementary treatment. Acupuncturist treats patients by giving stimulations to their body and trigger READ MORE
Acupuncture is mostly used as a treatment by itself, but it can also be a complementary treatment.

Acupuncturist treats patients by giving stimulations to their body and trigger their body to adjust, so it usually doesn't cause too much conflict with other treatments.

Orange Acupuncture
http://www.acupunctureorange.com