Lowcountry Natural Health Center, L.L.C.   (912) 354-2222

Lowcountry

Holistic Help to Improve your Health

Convenient Location

Located just two blocks north of Victory Drive on Habersham Street in mid-town Savannah, with ample off-street parking.

Comfortable Facilities

As you enter the building, you are greeted by a plethora of plants, welcoming you to feel at home.

Where Old Meets New

and East Meets West

Our work is grounded in Classical Chinese Theory, but we constantly study to keep up to date on the latest and most clinically effective findings in Complimentary Medicine

Featured

Services


We offer a full line of classical Chinese modalities, including these, our most popular choices:

Acupuncture

A complete healing system for stress, pain, autoimmune disorders, female concerns, digestive complaints, and most other maldies

Herbal Medicine

The most complete Chinese herbal pharmacy in town, coupled with an extensive selection of Western herbs and supplements


Tui Na Therapeutic Massage

Vigorous and Rapid Chinese Massage Technique that is particularly effective for sports injuries

Natural Health Center, L.L.C.

Michael's 12 year old son, Alex, receiving a treatment for a headache.

Acupuncture is an integral part of traditional Chinese medicine, with a written history dating back at least 5,000 years.  Acupuncture involves the insertion of very fine needles into specific points in the body.  Acupuncture needles are nothing like the syringes that most Americans think of when we hear the word “needles”—rather acupuncture needles are solid, flexible, and about as thin as a human hair.  These needles are pre-sterilized, individually wrapped and sealed, single-use products.  Patients usually report a slight “pinching” sensation upon insertion.

Acupuncture is part of a comprehensive system of traditional Oriental health care that also includes exercise and breathing regimens, dietary suggestions, and herbal medicine, among other modalities.  In addition to the insertion of needles, moxibustion (the burning of the herb Artemisia vulgaris on or near the skin’s surface), cupping, and therapeutic massage are also common techniques employed by acupuncturists.

Acupuncture has been scientifically tested and clinically proven to treat hundreds of diseases.  The World Health Organization currently recognizes acupuncture’s ability to treat 43 common disorders.

Acupuncture seeks to treat the root cause of disease, not simply to address its symptoms.  Through the restoration of energetic and physical balance, the aim of the acupuncturist is to help his patients return to a true state of health and well-being, in order to fully manifest their destiny.

Let us show you how integrative Chinese medicine can help you!

Acupuncture, Tui Na, Classical Chinese Medicine, Chinese and Western Herbs and Supplements