Korean acupuncture and herbal medicine near Tigard

Best acupuncture treatments near Tigard Oregon

It is well known that acupuncture can help people suffering from many health conditions. Dr. Kihyon Sohn uses Korean acupuncture and herbal medicine to treat various disorders including pain issues. Patients visit us from Tigard, Beaverton, Portland, Lake Oswego, Hillsboro, and other cities. They realize that their time and effort are worth it since they feel much better even after the first session.

Tigard is a city in southeastern Washington County, just south of Portland. It has a population of about 50,000 people. It is home to the region’s premier tax-free shopping destinations—Washington Square and Bridgeport Village—as well as an arts-focused community that includes the region’s only professional musical theater company.

Korean acupuncture and herbal medicine clinic near Tigard

Kihyon Sohn Acupuncture
Dr. Kihyon Sohn

Dr. Kihyon Sohn aims at balancing the body based on pulse presentations and treating illnesses using Korean acupuncture. He focuses on treating both primary complaints and underlying health conditions.

He also prescribes herbal medicine granules to speed up the healing process. The granular herbal medicine is convenient and easy to carry. You can drink it mixed with warm water like tea.

Korean Acupuncture treatment

Back pain, neck pain, sciatica, tennis elbow, headache, frozen shoulder, knee pain, and other symptoms are among the common issues that patients visit him for. He treats all illnesses holistically, addressing the underlying causes. Patients find his treatments worthwhile and beneficial, and they return to him on a regular basis even for maintenance.

Maintenance using Korean acupuncture near Tigard OR

Treatment and maintenance are equally important. When patients keep the same lifestyle conditions, illnesses, including pain, tend to recur. He advises patients to return for regular maintenance treatments even when they feel normal.

Dr. Sohn recommends that patients go hiking at least once a week. Hiking is one of the many beneficial activities available in the area.

Angels Rest loop trail