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Best acupuncture treatments near Lake Oswego, Oregon

Dr. Kihyon Sohn Acupuncture near Lake Oswego
Dr. Kihyon Sohn

Patients come in for various health conditions. They find that each treatment using Korean acupuncture makes them feel better. They look forward to the following treatments after the first session using Korean acupuncture and herbal medicine treatments.

Many patients come from nearby cities like Portland, Tigard, Vancouver, Beaverton, Lake Oswego, Hillsboro, and others. They know their time and effort in coming to see us is worthwhile.

Dr. Kihyon Sohn, LAc, DAOM

Dr. Kihyon Sohn, a licensed acupuncturist and herbal medicine practitioner, provides holistic and effective treatments using Korean acupuncture, herbal medicine, and moxibustion. He focuses on treating primary symptoms and underlying health conditions as well.

He uses the thinnest acupuncture needles currently available on the market. Patients sensitive to needle insertion and manipulation will benefit from his gentle Korean acupuncture treatments. He focuses on harmonizing all organs based on pulses and successfully treating various health conditions.

Kihyon Sohn Acupuncture

Patients visit us for health conditions, such as back pain, neck discomfort, sciatica, tennis elbow, headaches, frozen shoulder, knee pain, post-Covid conditions, and so on. Dr. Sohn approaches all health conditions holistically, addressing the root causes. Patients value and benefit from his treatments. They return to him regularly for maintenance..

Maintenance treatments using Korean acupuncture near Lake Oswego

Dr. Sohn emphasizes the value of routine maintenance and lifestyle change. He encourages patients to regularly see him for maintenance purposes, even when they feel normal.

He stresses that patients should pay attention to lifestyle changes once they have recovered. If we do not change our lifestyles, our bodies will likely return to their diseased conditions.

He suggests that patients should go hiking at least once a week. Lifestyle change is the most important to stop disorders from happening again. Hiking is one of the simplest activities available locally, and it has a significant influence on your health.