Abundant Blessing Acupuncture

299 W Hillcrest Dr, #206 Thousand Oaks, CA, 91360  (805) 432-4936                                                                                

Proverbs 17:22 A joyful heart is good medicine, But a broken spirit dries up the bones.

Acupuncture and Herbs

Traditional Chinese Medicine is not simply a technique; it is a vast system of integrated arts and sciences. When forming a diagnosis, the TCM practitioner looks at the whole patient, and takes physical, emotional, and lifestyle factors into consideration. The pulses at the wrist provide information about the qualities of the Qi moving through the Meridians, while the tongue’s appearance is like a map of the organ systems. The practitioner listens carefully to your words and the sound of your voice, making close observations of your face, skin, movement, shape, and overall energy; all clues to your condition are taken into account.
Let us look at some most often treatments and special diseases.

Pain Management


Facial Acupuncture

Skin Disorder

Shingles Pain


What is Chinese Herbal Medicine?

Herbal medicine is an integral part of TCM, with a written history going back for thousands of years. Rather than using one or two herbs to treat a symptom, Chinese formulae may contain 5-10 herbs, selected to work synergistically to treat the whole person, with each herb chosen for its own unique properties, while in combination, the herbs enhance each others’ strengths.

Based on the diagnosis and foundation of each individual, a patient is given a customized herbal formula, tailored especially for his or her constitution and designed to treat both the “root” and the “branches” of the health concern. This formula can be altered and fine-tuned from visit to visit. While chronic conditions may require the taking of herbs for extended periods, usually both patient and practitioner begin to see results within weeks–or even in the first few days.

Beyond Needles and Herbs

Based on the diagnosis, the TCM practitioner may perform other treatments in addition to acupuncture treatment and herbal medicine, such as cupping (applying suction to an affected area), moxibustion (burning herbs on specific points), Tui Na (a Chinese-style healing massage), Gua Sha (scraping along the Meridians), and electric stimulation, give counsel on nutrition, and instructions for performing Qigong, Tai Chi, and other exercises.

299 W Hillcrest Dr, #206 Thousand Oaks, CA, 91360

Clinic Hours

Call / Text (805) 432-4936 

MON 9:00AM - 7:00PM
TUE 9:00AM - 7:00PM
WED 11:00AM - 7:00PM
FRI 9:00AM - 7:00PM
SAT 9:00AM - 1:00PM