Acupuncture, Massage and Chinese Herbs in NE Portland OR

My goals as an acupuncturist in Northeast Portland are to help you achieve the optimal level of health by assisting you to be aware of your posture, movement, lifestyle, and dietary habits and, by doing so, to make your acupuncture appointments preventative in nature.  In an acupuncture treatment, the client participates in the healing process as much as the practitioner does. When you come to see me on a regular basis, you and I will work together to handle your health issues before they become severe or chronic.

Acupuncture commonly treats muscular pain, joint pain, nerve-related pain, digestives issues, menstrual issues, common headaches, migraines, insomnia, automobile injuries, stress-related symptoms, and seasonal allergies. Additionally, I have treated people with Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, and shingles. The side effects of acupuncture are lower stress, a calmer mindset, improved circulation and digestion, and a healthier metabolic level. Best of all, this inner health translates to an outer beauty that manifests as clear eyes, healthy skin, and a smile of contentment.

We are located in the Hollywood district of Portland, a safe neighborhood readily accessible by car (on site parking) or MAX light rail.

Moriyama Acupuncture
3939 NE Hancock Street
Hollywood Professional Center
Suite 217
Portland, OR 97212
(503) 419-8025

"In health there is freedom. Health is the first of all liberties." ~ Henri Frederic Amiel

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  • Japanese Bodywork

    Japanese Bodywork is a unique, effective blend of massage, acupuncture, and stretching instructions that you can easily follow at home. It is an all encompassing modality that enables you to achieve optimal level of health mechanically and energetically.
  • Acupuncture

    Acupuncture is an alternative medicine methodology originating in ancient China that treats patients by manipulating thin, solid needles that have been inserted into acupuncture points in the skin. According to Traditional Chinese medicine, stimulating these points can correct imbalances in the flow of qi through channels known as meridians.
  • Herbs

    Together with acupuncture, herbal medicine is a major pillar of Chinese medicine. The Chinese pharmacopoeia lists over 6,000 different medicinal substances in terms of their properties and the disharmonies that they were helpful with. There are about 600 different herbs in common use today.

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