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Dorothy Pang, L.Ac, Licensed Acupuncturist & The Natural Fertility Expert
841 San Bruno Ave W 10 • San Bruno, CA 94066 • (650) 588-0888
AcuSpa provides a full range of services for natural and effective health care
Are you tired of suffering from pain? Is your pain stopping you from enjoying your life? Are you ready to feel good and have energy again? Are you tired of negative side effects from pain medication? Is your pain running your life?
Are you suffering from a chronic health condition? Do you feel like your body could be doing better? Would you like natural healthcare without side effects? Is your condition keeping you from living life on your terms?
Have you been trying to conceive for several months or longer? Are you having trouble getting pregnant? Are you worried about infertility? Are you wondering if you are normal? Are infertility concerns causing you anxiety?
Dorothy Pang is dedicated to her clients' whole health
When my clients leave my office, I am proud to say that they feel better than when they came in. Whether it’s pain that they were feeling, or digestive irregularities, I know that they leave feeling relief from their body complaints, AND that they are actually healthier than before they came in. I’ve seen this change happen to hundreds and hundreds of people.
I have since made a commitment to dedicate my professional life to treating people with are suffering with a natural, body-friendly method. Read the Full Interview
You could be experiencing results like these . . .
I am basking now in the afterglow of treatment number two. I feel light and tingly and energized. I am truly frightened of needles, but Dorothy’s touch is gentle, and the space she’s created is serene. After my first treatment, my partner and I could already see a difference in my face.
Dorothy is extremely knowledgeable about how to optimize health in the human body. She also really cares about her patients and takes the time to listen to what is happening in her client’s lives. Her surprisingly gentle touch coupled with the soothing eye pillows and calming music she provides all blend together to create an environment of relaxation and healing. I have had more energy, overall health, and gained more knowledge about my body and…
Dorothy is a life saver! I have had problems with sleeping and stress and after just a few treatments I was feeling like myself again. Dorothy is very professional and her office is very comfortable. She is organized and gives you lots of personal attention.
My first adventure in Traditional Chinese Medicine and it is good so far. Dorothy is very professional and pleasant and knows exactly what to say and when. I met her at a community health fair and what went from an informational interest in acupuncture has transpired into a healing experience. I am looking forward to what happens next on this journey.
I went to see Dorothy because of knee pains (I refused to take any medication for it). At the rate my knees were hurting I figured I’d be able to run only for 3-4 more months which would have been disastrous as I am battling osteoporosis and need to do weight bearing exercises (not to mention that I walk up and down 3 flights of stairs daily). After over a month of treatment, my knees are about 90% painless and it looks like I will be able to con…
I was treated for about 3 months and feel great. I was petrified of needles and was very nervous for my first session. She explained the process and made me feel comfortable from the beginning. Office and rooms are clean and welcoming. Atmosphere is relaxing. She is friendly, observant, caring, thorough and understanding.
I’ve had several treatments for acid reflux from Ms. Pang and I’m a very satisfied customer. At first I was skeptical of the benefits of acupuncture however Ms. Pang provided me with acid reflux relief as effective as medication. The whole process was very relaxing (quite a surprise as I am really not fond of needles) and Ms. Pang was happy to answer all of my questions about the treatment, acupuncture, and the philosophy of traditional Chinese m…
I am terrified of needles. I have been told that I should go to an acupuncture clinic for 4 years, and ignored all advice because of my fear of needles. I finally mustered up the nerve to go and it was the best thing I could have done for myself. I can’t wait to go back for another treatment next week. Dorothy was professional and I didn’t feel a thing when she was doing the treatment, which was my biggest fear. She sat and talked with me about t…
I have had the privilege of having Dorothy as my acupuncturist for a couple years now. I have been under Dorothy’s care for several different conditions, including migraines, stress, a thyroid condition, and low energy. The treatments really help, and my migraines have gotten so much better. She is extremely knowledgeable in her field. As a caregiver, Dorothy is very conscientious, competent, and efficient. She is dedicated to every task she unde…
Dr. Pang has been part of my team of alternative health providers. I fell in love with the princess crown treatment. I always said that that’s the main reason why I can deal with difficult situations in my life. I have refer my friends and clients to her because her knowledge and professionalism.
The lastest news from Dorothy Pang's blog and eZine "The Fountain of Youth"
How are you doing today? I’m preparing for some Thanksgiving traditions this week. I traditionally make two champagne turkeys: one for friends’ Thanksgiving and one for family on actual Thanksgiving. Everyone is always intrigued by this phrase “Champagne Turkey”. Well let me tell you it’s delicious. The champagne keeps the turkey moist and it also makes for delicious soup from the carcass later on. Also you’re not wasting anything this way!
I hate to be a tease by leaving out the recipe, but there are a few recipes for champagne turkey out there if you just to a quick web search. I tend to do a search and create my own hybrid recipe from the top 2-3 that I like. Making a champagne turkey is no more trouble than making a regular bird and the leftover soup is a LOT more tasty. Basically you pour a bottle of champagne into the cavity and the pan and then roast the bird. (This is in addition to some chopped veggies and spices.) It does mean that dressing is cooked separately. I think it would make for really soggy stuffing.
So, a few weeks ago, at 34 weeks pregnant, I decided I would try acupuncture to change the position of my baby. She has steadily preferred the transverse, or sideways position for as long as I could tell. This position is really uncomfortable for the mommy to be, and I didn’t realize how difficult it was until the situation changed. At 34 weeks, I did acupuncture for repositioning the baby. Usually, we use these particular acupuncture points that I had used, for changing a baby from breech position (head up) to a head down, the preferred birthing position. I didn’t know if these points would work for turning a baby from sideways to head down. (read more…)
As we’ve learned, watermelon is a great food that can be used for clearing excessive heat in the body. Watermelon has a cooling nature and it also helps to rehydrate after being in the hot sun for too long.
So, what does this have to do with the Heart? Well, summer season is the Fire season, and the Heart is the Fire organ. So, sometimes heat can get inside and bother the Heart, causing symptoms like restlessness, anxiety, and insomnia, among other things. And watermelon can clear heat… do you see the relationship? (read more…)
Summer is our hottest season. It is considered yang within yang. Each of our seasons has, what you could call an outer nature and an inner nature. Summer is warm, sunny, and dry, generally speaking, so it’s considered yang within yang. As a contrast, springtime is considered yang within yin. The weather is somewhat cold but you can tell that they warmth is coming, and sometimes you can feel it too. However, the actual temperatures are cooler rather than warmer. Summer is about warmth and heat. Fall, on the other hand, has warm temperatures, but yin is starting to show, because the coolness is developing. So Fall is considered yin within yang.