- Hopewell Medical Acupuncture Center500 Remington Dr. Suite 28
Sunnyvale, Ca. 94087
Remington Clinic Hours
Mon - Fri 10AM-6PM Sat 9:30AM-6PM Tui Na Meridian Massage Tues/Thurs/Sat Sunday Closed Dr. Long Tues Thurs Sat Dr. Dawson Wed and FridayLast appointment is 1 hour before closing. For Appt. Call 408 962 0839 text 408 338 8589
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My name is Stephen. I had terrible neck pain and back pain for many years. I went to many different doctors and nobody could help. One doctor wanted to do surgery. Another doctor wanted to give me’s injections in my back. I was afraid so I thought I would try... Read more »
I have suffered with diabetes for 15 years. The doctor told me that he could do nothing about it. Just keep taking my medicine. I didn’t believe it but I was recommended to go to Hopewell Medical Acupuncture Center to see what they could do. I received acupuncture, some herbal formula... Read more »
I’ve had a terrible skin rash on my neck. It has been so painful that I cannot sleep. I have been going to dermatologists for a year and a half now and they’ve given me salves, creams and steroids. Nothing worked. I even tried changing my diet. Dr. long and... Read more »
I suffered back pain that was becoming progressively worse. It started 13 years ago. At work I bent over to look at a computer screen and my back gave out. I could only get around on crutches and was confined to my bed rest of the time. I went... Read more »
“I was a medical Student invited to Dr Jiao’s Clinic to observe treatment of patients. Four weeks earlier a man 65 years old began treatments with Dr Jiao. The man had lived for eight weeks prior with the effects of a massive stroke which cause him to have right arm... Read more »
“Dr. Shun-Fa Jiao and his scalp acupuncture therapy are amazing. Last September, I brought my husband, a retired physician, who was diagnosed with cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease, to see Dr. Jiao. It was a desperate attempt to see if anything could be done to at least slow down the... Read more »
“I smoked 3 packs a day for 50 years. After only 3 treatments at Hopewell Medical I stopped. The doctors there used techniques that I could’nt imagine. While at home or at work I could treat myself. Its not magic, just good medicine. I am feeling better each day and can enjoy food... Read more »
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A study published by the JAMA Internal Medicine found that more than 70 percent of Americans consume more than the recommended daily amount of sugar. Sadly, most of us are addicted to sugar, which happens to be hidden in most of the foods and drinks we consume. Added sugar can cause a whole array of problems that can be short term as well as long term. If you are experiencing health problems, lowering your sugar intake may be one of your best options. Below are 10 truths about the ugly side of sweets. continue reading
Quit the tobacco, and don’t start if you haven’t already
It should be common sense now that smoking or chewing tobacco can lead to multiple types of cancer. If you are trying to quit, you are not alone. Try joining a support group or making a plan for yourself to set goals for quitting. Facing addiction is hard, but not using tobacco can save years of your life.
A healthy, well-rounded diet can do wonders for lowering your risk of cancer and overall wellbeing. Cut out processed sugar and instead focus on whole foods such as fruits, vegetables and whole grains. Salmon is full of omega-3 fatty acids that have been shown to help fight cancer. Other fish that can help reduce the risk of endometrial cancer in women include halibut, sardines and tuna. continue reading
Get rid of leftovers
The holidays bring delicious homemade food, and along with that come the leftovers. Holiday leftovers can be just as good as when you cook the meal the first time and become a tempting go-to snack. Time to let go. Toss the leftovers, they most likely aren’t the healthiest dishes and it’s time to start fresh.
Most Americans do not drink enough water, and there is no better time to start than now! Fill up your glass at least 8 times a day. Some find it easier to carry a water bottle throughout the day to remind yourself to keep hydrated. Staying hydrated can flush out toxins and detox your body, as well as keeping you feeling good. continue reading
We’ve always the heard the saying to enjoy everything in moderation, and that is definitely true when it comes to holiday foods. Don’t try to deprive yourself during the holidays, it most likely won’t go over well. Having an extra holiday treat here and there won’t kill you. You’re allowed to indulge a bit, just keep portions small when it comes to holiday desserts and make sure you limit how often you eat them. Going the whole season without any treats is cruel and will most likely end in binging later, so have your guilty pleasures, just keep them in moderation. continue reading
With autumn approaching and the beginning of the yin cycle, the energy of plants is moving down into their roots, helping the body become aware of the energy of the season. This season is a time for the body to begin gathering energy for the colder months to come.
The lungs and large intestine are the organs associated with fall. The lungs are responsible for the circulation of Qi (the body’s natural flow and circulation), and are also very susceptible to cold and illness. For this reason, it is important to stay healthy and warm during the season. If the Qi circulation is weakened, muscles will not be able to warm the body properly. continue reading
Derived from the fatty liquid of pressed olives, olive is a versatile substance that’s loaded in nutritional value. Just a single tablespoon has 10 grams of monosaturated fat, 1.4 grams ofpolysaturated fat, vitamin E, and other other key nutrients. While most people consume it for its delicious flavor and smooth characteristics, olive oil has surprising health benefits when consumed on a regular basis. continue reading
Obesity remains a top concern among health professionals in the U.S. According to a study published in the Journal of American Medicine (JAMA), more than one third of adults in the U.S. are clinically obese (source). People who fall under this category are more likely to develop heart disease, diabetes, and even certain types of cancer.
While there’s no substitution for exercise and a well-balanced diet, the ancient Chinese practice of acupuncture may promote weight loss in adults battling obesity. Numerous studies have reinforced the belief that acupuncture can aid in weight loss. So instead of embarking on a potentially dangerous “fad” diet, such as an all-liquid lemon detox diet, consider acupuncture treatment to assist in your weight loss efforts. continue reading
Adults who need 2,000 daily calories to maintain a healthy weight should eat 2 cups of fruit and 2½ cups of vegetables per day (a total of nine servings). According to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), however, only 14% of adults consume the recommended daily amount of fruits and vegetables (source). That’s a shockingly low number that should serve as a wake-up call to people everywhere.
If you struggle to achieve to consume the recommended amount of vegetables and fruit, you should consider investing in a blender or juicer. Juicing and blending are both excellent ways to include more fruits and vegetables into your daily diet. Now for the million dollar question: which method is better for your health. continue reading
Are you addicted to sugar? If so, you aren’t alone. According to the American Heart Association (AHA), the average American consumes a whopping 89 teaspoons of sugar per day – about 3-4 times more than the recommended daily allowance.
Sugar adversely affects the body in a number of different ways. It increases a person’s chance of developing diabetes, promotes tooth decay, contributes to fat accumulation and subsequently obesity, and weakens the immune system. continue reading