Han University currently utilizes a number of private, naturally well-lit treatment rooms at our facilities for our clinical observation and internship programs. Our faculty are experienced clinicians with an average of 10 years practice.

Our community clinic offers the ancient healing arts of acupuncture and Oriental medicine along with dietary and lifestyle counseling. Other modalities that may be utilized include tuina (massage techniques), external Qigong, herbs and liniments.

In addition, we offer a number of specialty clinics, including:

• Japanese Acupuncture: this style of acupuncture has blended traditional Japanese acupuncture with therapeutic techniques developed in Japan over the last few decades. This system is gentle yet highly effective and focuses primarily on musculoskeletal conditions.
• 5 Element Acupuncture: the 5 Element style tends to be concerned with the individual’s patterns of energy which lie deeper than their personality yet also help to shape it at every level of their physical, mental and emotional reality. It can be used for a wide variety of acute and chronic illnesses.
• Tuina Clinic: this branch of Traditional Chinese Medicine uses a hands-on method of treatment. It is the ancient Chinese art of massage. It also incorporates stretching and therapeutic stimulation of muscle tissue, tendons and joints to help balance vital Qi energy, relieve pain and incorporate better flexibility.