Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is an excellent adjunct
or primary medicine in Western societies. One of TCM’s strong
points is that it bridges Western pharmaceuticals and modalities with
holistic lifestyle changes, such as exercise, postural changes, and dietary
changes. TCM is excellent at alleviating many unwanted pharmaceutical
side-effects, and also at alleviating many of those “subjective” discomforts, such
as feeling uncomfortable in one’s own skin, regaining a sense of wholesome energy,
and learning again to trust the human organism and its innate ability to balance itself
with minimal intervention.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has proven very
useful in treating the following maladies:
• Asthma
• Addictions of All Sorts
• Bowel Irregularties
• Back Pain
• Blood Disorders
• Cardiac Disease
• Constipation
• Dizziness
• Headaches
• Insomnia
• Irritable Bowel Syndrome
• Infectious Disease
• Influenza
• Migraines
• Musculoskeletal Disorders
• Nervous Disorders
• Pain Syndromes
• Palpitations
• Post-Operative Pain Control
• Post-Stroke Sequellae
• Respiratory Disease
• Restless / Irritable / Discontent
• Sexual Disorders / Dysfunction
• And Much More



zhourong@att.net for more information • 115 North10th Street-Suite H-119B • Fort Smith, AR

Timothy Green, (D.N., L.Ac., R.N.)
has had a Traditional Chinese Medicine practice since 1994, and is a nationally certified Oriental Medicine Physician. He has a strong background in addiction protocols, and herbology. He has been a nurse since 1984 and is therefore in a unique position to merge Eastern and Western modalities of medicine. He is also a Doctor of Naturopathy.