“Balance is beautiful.” – Miyoko Ohno, Japanese bridge designer
Since we’re not able to physically see energy (Qi in Chinese) we are still far from being able to offer factual, precise explanations of what happens when we practice acupuncture. It is also impossible to carry out a double-blind test on acupuncture, so we can’t turn to hard science for the answers either. This of course creates our systems greatest dilemma, how are we able to prove this really works?
This is an area of Chinese medicine, and especially acupuncture, that has gained specific attention over the past few years. With that though, a lot of misinformation has circulated, most of which has been put out by acupuncturists themselves. This has led Aaron to focus on being extremely clear about how he works with individuals going through fertility treatments.
As a way to better support people with different income levels, Aaron offers a community clinic with lower rates. Since there are a limited number of spaces available for the community clinic, multiple people are treated at the same time, often referred to as multi-bed, making treatment available to more people at a much lower cost.