ES Health Balance an alternative medicine practice in Chicago Area

The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.
Thomas Edison, Inventor

 ES Health Balance, Inc. is an alternative medicine practice for acupuncture and massage in the Chicago area (located in Park Ridge) that combines the wisdom of thousands of years of experience from the East and the health related knowledge and research from the West. We use many therapeutic techniques of Chinese medicine like acupuncture and massage therapy to encourage health balance for our patients. 

Cosmetic Acupuncture in Chicago - ES Health Balance

Submitted by eshbalance on Fri, 08/14/2015 - 16:20

ES Health Balance is an alternative medicine clinic that serves Chicago area.

Cosmetic Acupuncture is a specialized field of acupuncture that focuses on treating various skin conditions and improving the patient's appearance. It offers a non-surgical way of reducing wrinkles, sagging of the face, and eye bags. It also improves general health and well-being. Cosmetic acupuncture for facial rejuvenation offers a safe alternative to Botox, collagen injection and cosmetic surgery.

Chinese Medical Massage in Chicago Area

Submitted by eshbalance on Thu, 07/23/2015 - 17:19

Chinese Medical Massage is a form of Chinese treatment, which is an important part of Traditional Chinese Medicine and is being used for over four thousand years. It is translated as "push-grasp" or "poke-pinch". In essence, it "massages" the specific acupressure points by hands. Its goal, like the rest of the Chinese methods, is the balancing of the body, which facilitates the healing process.

Food Medicine & Food Cures

Submitted by eshbalance on Thu, 07/23/2015 - 17:08

Chinese medicine uses not only herbs, but also different foods as a means of treating a disease. They substitute medication and therefore have a better effect on the body. A prerequisite of a successful application of food cures is the precise examination and diagnosis of the patient. The practitioner should pay attention to a combination of factors: patient's constitution, illness, the current season and climate.

Acupuncture FAQS - ES Health Balance, Chicago

Submitted by eshbalance on Tue, 07/14/2015 - 16:29

Acupuncture FAQS

Does acupuncture hurt?

For most people, acupuncture causes minimal to no pain. The needles used are very fine. A patient may feel a slight prick similar to a mosquito bite when the needle is first inserted. At times, a tingling, dull ache or warm sensation may be experienced at the point where the needle is inserted. This is a desired effect and should not be uncomfortable. Often, during acupuncture the treatment a patient feels so relaxed that he will fall asleep.