- 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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Tag Archives: pain
Migraine headaches are a bit of mystery to the medical world. This ailment tends to be poorly understood and frequently undiagnosed and under-treated. According to the Migraine Research Foundation, this neurological disease affects nearly 39 million Americans. Migraines are characterized by severe, throbbing pain usually found on only one side of the head. Migraine headaches can also be […] » Continue reading
There are four main types of headache: tension, cluster, sinus and migraine. And, there are varying triggers for these headaches, such as food, stress, hormones, dehydration and weather. Fortunately, eliminating the triggers and finding natural ways to prevent and help an ongoing headache are possible.
During an initial session of acupuncture, most practitioners began with an extensive health intake that goes over all of the systems in the body. We use this to determine certain patterns of imbalance, allowing us to treat the root cause of issues. This is one way we differ from Western medicine.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, each season is ruled by a particular organ system and spring is connected to the liver. What does this mean? Well, you probably notice changes in the way you feel, both physically and mentally, as the seasons change. I know I tend to feel a bit more contemplative and introspective during the winter months. Once […] » Continue reading
Do you ever feel your life’s a ride that won’t ever stop? How many nights do you wait for Mr. Sandman to magically appear? How often do you truly take time for yourself? Do you have aches and pains almost daily? Are over-the-counter or prescription medications controlling your life? When was the last time you actually felt at peace? […] » Continue reading
Colon cancer is the third most common cancer in the United States with about 60,000 deaths from it every year. Like all cancer, treatment can be long, uncomfortable and come with many side effects. Those getting chemotherapy may experience nausea, vomiting, postoperative pain, cancer related pain, insomnia and anxiety. The chronic pain can significantly impact quality of life. Most patients […] » Continue reading
Arthritis is a painful and oftentimes debilitating condition that’s characterized by inflammation within one or more joints. According to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 1 in 2 people will develop osteoarthritis of the knee by the age of 85. It’s important to note, however, that there are several different types of arthritis, with osteoarthritis being just one. […] » Continue reading
There’s a certain level of mysticism surrounding the ancient holistic practice of acupuncture. Those who haven’t tried it may view it as some sham practice with no real value or benefit. On the other hand, those who have tried are fully aware of its powerful effects on the human body.
#1) There Are Hundreds of Acupuncture Points Throughout The Body
The thought of treating pain by sticking yourself with dozens of tiny needles might sound like a misnomer. After all, wouldn’t this make the problem worse by creating more pain? The holistic practice of acupuncture is a safe and effective solution for relieving pain. Whether it’s chronic or temporary pain, acupuncture has proven effective time and time again at relieving […] » Continue reading
Acupuncture involves the placement of thin sterilized needles to stimulate various acupoints throughout the body. The stimulation of these areas is believed to correct imbalances and blockages in the body by promoting the healthy flow of energy (known as qi – pronounced CHEE).
The thought of having half a dozen or more tiny needles sticking into your skin when you’re […] » Continue reading