About Us

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Shuyuan Hong (Shu), LAC, M

Shuyuan Hong, LAC, MS, brings an extensive depth of education and experience to Precision Acupuncture and is fully prepared to assist you with all of your health issues using both acupuncture and various other aspects of TCM ( Traditional Chinese Medicine) methodology.


ACUPUNCTURE AND ME

I was born and grew up in China, both Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and western medicine played important roles in health care, I had never had any doubts about either medicine until I had to choose my own profession in my senior year at high school (According to Chinese system, students go to medical school directly from high school). My father, an artist, encouraged me to be a doctor, especially the doctor to be able to practice both TCM and western medicine. He often told me that the philosophy in the TCM was just like the art such as oil painting. He felt strongly one cannot be a modern TCM practitioner without a profound understanding of modern medicine. With my father’s encouragement and hope, I started my journey to become a doctor in both TCM and western medicine, and never looked back.

I felt I became a time traveler for the first two years. I had to travel from modern to the ancient time: our coursework included Anatomy, Physiology, Biology, etc. in biomedicine, as well as the foundation of TCM theory, Meridians, Acupuncture Points, etc. in TCM. Very often, we spent the whole morning in the anatomy lab to study the bones, muscles, nerves, blood vessels, then I had to imagine how vital Qi travels in the body as we discussed Meridians in the afternoon; We learned the function of heart, lung, liver, kidney, spleen in physiology one day, the following day I needed to figure out how each organ mentioned above represented a functional group in TCM foundation class. Sometimes I made conscious effort to forget the modern science when studying TCM, as if I traveled back to the ancient time without X-ray, CT or MRI. I didn’t have any difficulty understanding either medicine alone, but I had extremely hard time understanding both medical systems at the same time. Two years later, I started to be able to find the bridge between the two medical systems. Everything started to make sense, nervous system, hormones and enzymes in biomedicine could explain many pathological conditions diagnosed by YIN-YANG, FIVE ELEMENTS theories in TCM.


I have been an enthusiastic practitioner of TCM since I immigrated to the USA. I worked for 2 years back in China as an MD as well as an acupuncturist, I was using western medicine, herbs and acupuncture to treat patients. After I came to USA, I was convinced more than ever by the excellent results from Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs. Often, my patients call me miracle worker, I am happy to hear that, but I know it is not me that create any miraculous result, but the powerful ancient Chinese medicine.


I am looking forward to team with you, to create the 

“miracle” you need to improve your health and wellbeing.

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Cinamon Kimbrough, LAc, LMT

Acupupuncture | Cranio Sacral |Myofascial | Asian Bodywork

 

My therapies have centered on pain management for over 10 years by
working closely with patients and their physicians to find the best
customized treatment for the individual.

My work and philosopy is rooted in a holistic childhood which included 

cranio-sacral, nutrition, spiritual discipline, and wellness as a lifestyle. 

Later, I learned from my father, Dr. Harris M.Kimbrough, Jr. D. D.S. after 

attending The Chicago School of Massage (Cortiva-2007.)


He specialized in osteopathic cranial therapy, nutrition, and homeopathy for dentistry. We had the fortunate experience to help people heal from cancer, 

M.S., and musculoskeletal dysfunction. We also held seminars with innovative physicians teaching Osteopathic therapies, nutrition, and homeopathy to

 dentists for nearly 40 years.


I had the privilege to work side by side some of Chicagoland’s most innovative practitioners/professors passionate in integrating holistic care. These therapies have included visceral therapy as gastro-intestinal, and autoimmune disorders are on the rise. As a result of working in these areas, I found Traditional Chinese Medicine in line with my patients’ needs.


I pursued my TCM degree and graduated from The Midwest College of Oriental Medicine (2015) and have implemented these doctrines and treatment to my therapy. I address the muscular, visceral, meridian, and nervous systems disruptions, thus assisting the whole person’s innate healing response.


The fascia, tendons and muscle tissue are a great indicator of dysfunction and health. Deficiencies, poor nutrition/absorption, decreased circulation, adrenal/energy fatigue, hormonal changes, trauma, and excessive environmental conditions can lead to rigid muscles, inflammation, atrophy and/or pain. This can inhibit blood flow, lymph, waste elimination, and eventually affect organ functions. Muscle balance is also important in pain management especially with lifestyle conditions including sitting, lifting, poor sleep habits, and long hours. 

This is where we begin.


I assess the body using orthopedic testing, palpating musculoskeletal findings, 

TCM diagnostics, emotional and environmental factors, trauma, and medical history to create a treatment custom to the individual, integrating with the patient’s physicians and current treatment plan. Optimizing the best possible

journey to health and wellness.