Hong Ji L.AC
Acupuncturist9035 Shady Grove Ct Gaithersburg MD, 20877
Hong Ji is an acupuncturist practicing in Gaithersburg, MD. Dr. Ji evaluates and treats patients based on the concepts of oriental medicine. Acupuncturists complete their evaluations by getting a patient history and looking at and touching the body. Then, they place very fine acupuncture needles into specific points on the body. Stimulating these points and nerves is how Dr. Ji treats the patients condition. Many of the bodys systems respond to acupuncture, and it can treat physical pain as well as emotional stress.
Hong Ji L.AC's Expert Contributions
Hello, Yes, acupuncture helps in reducing blood pressure. In some cases, the doctor may even give some herbal medicine to help it further, but typically, patients do see results without the herbs. Thank you, Farnaz READ MORE
Hello, Acupuncture can help with many, many conditions from, pain to anxiety, infertility, migraines or simply general well being. Acupuncture is covered by most insurance plan. Thank you. READ MORE
Hello, Thank you for reaching out to us regarding your acupuncture for your migraines. Sorry to hear you are going through this pain. Yes, acupuncture can definitely help with migraine headaches. READ MORE
Hello, Sorry to hear you are going through such pain. Yes, acupuncture does help with reducing chronic pain. Thank you. READ MORE
Hello, Sorry to hear that you are going through arthritis pain at this young age. Yes, acupuncture can help with reducing or slowing down the process of arthritis. READ MORE
Hello, Sorry to hear about your headaches, any type of pain is sure to disrupt ones daily activities. Acupuncture does help with relieving headaches. It depends on what type of headache it is. With chronic headaches, you may need to come in a few times during the week before starting to feel some relief and then, it becomes almost a maintenance to control the condition. It is best to see and speak with the doctor to find out the history of your headaches in order to plan out the best treatment. Thank you, Farnaz READ MORE
Acupuncture can absolutely help with fertility with patients. There are many factors involved, though. Your age, your egg quality, your lifestyle (very important), the foods you eat, how much sleep you get, how restful you feel, how early/late you sleep, how stressed you are, etc. Thank you. READ MORE
Hello, Yes, acupuncture can help with the wrist pain you are experiencing. It may also be that you may have tendinitis. Regardless of either, we can definitely help you to start getting some relief with your pain. Thank you, Farnaz READ MORE
Hi Dear, Thank you for reaching out to us. Sorry to hear that you are going through migraine headaches. Acupuncture can help with relieving and reducing migraine headaches along with cupping to help with muscle tightness around the neck and the shoulder area. Thank you, Farnaz READ MORE
Hello, Thank you for reaching out to us regarding your question about blood pressure. Yes, acupuncture can help with controlling blood pressure and keep it steady. Thank you, Farnaz READ MORE
Hi Dear, Usually, electrical should not be used on titanium plates. We can certainly work around it. Hope this helps, Xin Ma, M.Ac, L.Ac READ MORE
Hi Dear, Yes, acupuncture definitely helps with anxiety. Thank you, Dr. Farnaz READ MORE
Hi Dear, Yes, acupuncture does help with the ease of arthritis pain. Thank you, Farnaz READ MORE
Hi Dear, There are many different types of Acupressure mat. For moderate to severe pain, acupressure probably won't help as much. Although it will increase circulation to your feet and overall, but if the pain is daily, chronic, unbearable, or "a lot" in your case, it probably won't alleviate it so much to the point you don't need any other treatments. I would certainly get a mat to help with your overall health. I would suggest you get a TDP heat lamp on amazon about $100 or so and lay down and use that instead. Stacey Ma, L.Ac, M.Ac, READ MORE
Hello, dear! If you have knee pain for one month, then you'd better get some treatments done to avoid it becoming chronic. The needles are usually inserted right into the knee; there are 4 typical knee points that we do to increase circulation and help the knee recover. It's usually pain-free. We'd do electrical acupuncture as well as cupping around the leg to help blood flow. It's true acupuncture can help with knee pain; we've helped hundreds of patients with knee problems. Sincerely, Xin Ma, L.Ac READ MORE
Hi, The points are usually in your lower abdominal region above the pubic bone, also the practitioner most likely would do some leg and feet points as well. It highly depends on the practitioner and their style of practice. Thank you. READ MORE
Hello dear, Acupuncture is generally not recommended for patients pregnant in the first trimester due to high numbers of failed carriages in general. Although we have successfully treated patients with nausea and vomiting with light acupuncture in the first trimester. There are certain contraindication points we are trained to avoid. Another example of when acupuncture is not recommended for use is with children under a certain age unless you are specifically trained in pediatrics field. There are many more instances when acupuncture is not recommended, such as patients with extreme sensitivity - usually very, very thin patients who are afraid of needles - less muscle and fat makes it more sensitive. Or patients who have an inability to relax - needle retention is not possible - in this case, either acupressure or quick needling techniques may be more helpful. One more example may be if the patient has cancerous cells ex: oedematous limb at the risk of lymphodema. Usually, acupuncture is very safe; however, every patient should be evaluated before treatment. Thank you, READ MORE
Hello, Acupuncture with infrared heat lamp along with cupping, or guasha can help with a cold. We also have body steams that help you sweat and detox, when used in conjunction with our treatments, patients get over a cold easier. Thank you. READ MORE
Hi Dear, Cupping helps draw out unnecessary substances from the body, it's a great way to detox and relief muscle tensions. For example, if you are a swimmer, you're soaked in water and chlorine frequently, so, in Chinese medicine philosophy, there could be too much dampness in the body, or chlorine toxicity. Cupping can help with these conditions. It might not directly help you keep your mind "focused," but detox and muscle tension relief in general can help you feel more relaxed and clean - hence indirectly affect your mood/focus. But usually, cupping is not associated with mind focusing if that's what you're asking. Hope I've answered your questions. Sincerely, Lynn READ MORE
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