There are twelve pulse positions on each wrist that your acupuncturist will palpate. Each position corresponds to a specific meridian and organ. Your acupuncturist will be looking for twenty-seven individual qualities that reflect overall health. If there are any problems, they may appear in the pulse.
It is with extreme gratitude that I write these words on behalf of Dr. Scott Evans. I have been receiving treatment from Dr. Scott for nearly fifteen years. It was late 2002; I had just returned home to Lodi from a stint in rehab for opioid addiction stemming from debilitating... Read more »
If it weren’t for Dr. Evans, I would have gone under the surgeon’s knife for a problematic right ankle. Nothing the podiatrist told me to do worked. After complaining about my ankle to Dr. Evans, he said he thought he could help me. He, too, had suffered an ankle injury... Read more »
Scott is professional and knowledgeable in this field. Having Accupuncture at his office has vastly changed how I manage my pain after 2 spinal surgeries. His approach and authenticity really speak to me. His dedication to treating the whole person in relation to specific areas of concern are what sets... Read more »
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