Acupuncture, Herbs, Nutrition

Dasha Trebichavska, L.Ac.,RN, M.S., Arizona

"I have been helping people overcome a variety of health issues using a combination of holistic treatments over the last 15 years. As a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist, nutritionist, as w ell as a registered nurse (RN), I have the kno w ledge and experience necessary to design targeted, effective treatments for my clients, and have enjoyed seeing people get w ell fast."

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Treatment Modalities

Acupuncture  Herbal Medicine  Nutritional Support  Chi Nei Tsang Photonic/Microcurrent  Earthing

A broad spectrum of safe, natural, effective treatment modalities available.

T w o locations: South Scottsdale and North Scottsdale (the Rio Verde Foothills).

Free phone consultation, no long waits.

A practitioner you can trust--in practice for more than 15 years.

Outside medical referrals provided w hen needed.

   

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Musculo-skeletal pain/ sport injuries  

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Pain Management  

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Women's  Health 

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Digestive Disorders 

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Stop Smoking

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Immune Enhancement  

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Weight Control 

Traditional Chinese/Nutritional Medicine versus Allopathic Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine has been around since the days of the Chinese emperors and has remained its' popularity since. Its' focus is health maintenance and longevity. TCM is able solve simple or complex problems and can help restore person's health with acupuncture and herbs. There are no reported side effects. Western (allopathic) medicine, on the other hand, is best used for treatment of traumas and infectious diseases (for health emergencies). This form of medicine is inferior when used for health maintenance and treatment of chronic diseases. All pharmaceutical drugs have moderate to severe side effects and tend to undermine person's health in a long run. Chinese and nutritional medicines tailor remedies to your specific, individual imbalances.

Special Announcements 

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Choosing an Acupuncturist (The quality of treatment is going to make a difference in how you heal/recover from illness): When choosing an acupuncturist, make sure you pick one with official, traditional training (in some states such as Arizona, chiropractors, naturopaths, MDs can do acupuncture only with 200 hours of acupuncture accelerated training; In California, acupuncture is not included in the scope of practice of chiropractors and naturopaths unless they undergo 3,000-4,000 hour training like all acupuncturists)---go to your State Acupuncture Board for a list of qualified acupuncture practitioners.

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Fish Oil (everybody ought to take this supplement): Many medical experts today believe that inflammation is an underlying cause of many illnesses and pain: heart attack, stroke, arthritis, chronic bacterial, fungal and viral infections (hepatitis), allergies, asthma, sinusitis, skin rashes, irritable bowel syndrome and Crohn's, colitis, gastritis, and medical conditions with the suffix "-itis". A product developed by Dr. Barry Sears, the founder of the Zone Diet helps control inflammation and pain: Omega Rx  fish oil.

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Earthing (Connect to Earth and quickly feel better): Renowned Cardiologist, Stephen Sinatra, M.D., w ho has over 30 years practicing in medicine says, “I regard Earthing as the greatest health breakthrough in all my years in medical practice. Regular grounding (another name for Earthing) restores the body’s natural electrical state, calms the nervous system, reduces inflammation, and improves circulation. No pill on Earth can do w hat Mother Earth does!  

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Self-treatment with Accupen (Speeds up healing/Saves money): many people have chronic health issues and need ongoing treatment for a prolonged period of time; healing is a process and can be speeded up if a patient applies accupen for self-treatment in the home setting.

dashadesert@gmail.com

Business Phone: 415-420-3750 Fax: 480-237-5436, Scottsdale
Last modified: October 12, 2011, copyright material