Dr. Reina Lee
Dr. Reina Lee grew up in S. Korea with deep cultural connections and sensibilities of the East, believes that Eastern medicine is more than just a response to symptoms, more than a simple means for treating patients. It is holistic approach to living. Dr. Lee has advanced training in Eastern medicine at Cleveland University-KC and her Acupuncture certification includes clinical acupuncture theory, acupuncture points & meridians, needle treatment techniques, clean needle technique, auricular acupuncture, scalp & hand acupuncture, electro acupuncture, noninvasive cupping, gua-sha & laser techniques, and pain management. She is currently licensed by the Indiana Board of Medical Licensure in Acupuncture.
Dr. Lee is a Chiropractic Physician and licensed Acupuncturist who takes a special interest in combining Eastern and Western medicine.
Dr. Lee is passionate about working creatively with her patients, striving to uncover the underlying factors contributing to their health concerns. Whether treating an acute or chronic condition, she is committed to working together with each patient to develop a treatment plan that utilizes least-force intervention while drawing from all available evidence-based options, including alternative, traditional, or conventional medicine. Dr. Lee is dedicated to her patients and strives to ensure that they get the care they need for their individual conditions/injuries. She is passionate about health education, well-being and helping people find balance to live a healthy
life.When not in the office, Dr. Lee is busy spending time with her husband and son. She also loves
Cleveland University Kansas City – Doctor Degree of Chiropractic Medicine
Saint Joseph’s College of Maine – Bachelor Degree of Radiologic Science
Virginia Commonwealth University – Biology & Pre-Radiology
Virginia Western Community College – Associate Degree of Radiologic Technology
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Acupuncture is recognized by leading national and international health organizations to be effective in the treatment of a wide variety of Medical problems. Below are some of the health concerns that acupuncture can help with
- Adverse reaction to radiotherapy or chemotherapy
- Chronic pain
- Neck & Back pain
- Female infertility
- Postoperative pain
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Tobacco dependence
- Stress & Anxiety
- Chronic fatigue
- And much more
Well– Being has definitely become a trend. More and more people are looking for organic, natural and environment friendly routes for pretty much everything these days. And it is no different in the field of medicine.
More scientific research is being done to show the effectiveness of Acupuncture. Annually statistics show the increase in numbers of patients trying acupuncture for their physical and mental health conditions.
If you are someone looking for an alternative health care other than medication, acupuncture treatment may be the perfect one for you. Talk to your acupuncturist today.
8 Things You Should Know About Acupuncture
1. What is Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is the most ancient and natural healing procedure that has been used for more than thousands of years. Up to this day, Acupuncture and Herbal medicine therapy is used as a primary medical tool in many Asian countries such as Korea, Japan, China, Vietnam and India to prevent and treat disease.
2. How does Acupuncture work?
Let’s say that you fall down and get a cut on your leg. It may bleed for a while but most likely your body will start its natural healing process on its own. You can do many things to help it heal better but your body has the ultimate power to heal on its own. In the same manner, Acupuncture treatment uses the body’s natural healing ability already embedded in you. It helps the body focus on the areas of illness and fasten the process of healing. Acupuncture points are carefully selected, inserted, manipulated and taken out with certain orders to bring out therapeutic results.
3. Is Acupuncture Safe?
Yes. All needles are only inserted in selected acupuncture points. Most Acupuncture points are safe to be needled to a certain depth.
4. Does it hurt?
No. Patients may feel a slight pinch upon insertion of the needles, but most likely won’t feel pain. Researches show that thickness of 1 hypo-dermic needle is as thick as 40 acupuncture needles together.
5. What is in the needles?
There is absolutely nothing in the needles. All needles are sterilized, disposable, individually packed for one-time use only. All the needles are discarded after being used on a patient.
6. What are the functions of the needles?
Usually the needles work together as a treatment protocol to treat the symptoms. However, it is also used to bring out therapeutic benefits such as relaxing muscles, bring more blood and white blood cells to the injured area, decrease inflammation, increase range of motion, stimulation of the nerves to decrease pain or increase sensation, and promote blood circulation
7. Why are some points more sensitive than others?
Many reasons can allow this to happen. Different texture or the thickness of the skin cause different sensation to the patients. For example, areas in the head or the face may be shallower compared to the arms and legs. Usually the palm and sole of the foot have thickest texture in the body. Also, at time patient have more tension on certain areas than others. This allows the muscle to grab on to the needle stronger and may lead to discomfort for a short period of time.
8. Does Acupuncture really work?
More and more researches are showing scientific proof and the benefits of acupuncture. Statistics show the increase of patients using acupuncture for various physical and emotional symptoms. If you haven’t tried Acupuncture before, now is the perfect time.