Guo Chinese Medical Center
Serving Rancho Cucamonga
Yes, we accept insurance (Details below)
At Guo Chinese Medical Center we consistently offer our patients the safest and most effective acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine treatments. We are committed to being the best in the acupuncture profession. We believe that each of our patients deserves special care, and we strive to help all of our patients attain their highest levels of physical and mental well-being.
Most people are unaware that acupuncture and Chinese medicine treatments are effective for many types of disorders, in addition to its widespread use to control both acute and chronic pain. Very often, multiple problems can be treated simultaneously with no side effects from the acupuncture treatments. Often there are underlying causes for disorders that are effectively treated by acupuncture.
Here at the Guo Chinese Medical Center, we look for the causes first and then correct problems. We focus on healing the whole body and often combine Chinese herbal medicine, acupressure and other complementary medical modalities with acupuncture treatments. The fundamental of Chinese medicine and acupuncture is to concentrate on enhancing the patient’s own natural powers of recovery. The goal is to normalize and balance the body’s Yin and Yang, allowing natural healing to occur.
Dr Guo, previously a practicing medical doctor in China, where she started her first medical clinic over 17 years ago, now brings her many years of experience to her acupuncture practice here in Ontario.
Call us today for an appointment and first consultation. "Trust us one time, and we will repay you with a lifetime of good health".
A landmark study has shown that acupuncture provides pain relief and improves function for people with osteoarthritis of the knee and serves as an effective complement to standard care.
The study, the largest Phase III clinical trial of acupuncture for knee osteoarthritis, was funded by NCCAM and the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, both components of the National Institutes of Health.