Esther Hornstein, L.Ac. Dipl.
New York State Licensed Acupuncturist and Nationally Board Certified by the NCCAOM.
Quality Acupuncture care for the Quality of your Life
Ramat Beit Shemesh A


Oriental Medicine is based on the principle of balance. The body is always moving blood, exchanging gases, filtering fluids, destroying cells, reproducing cells and processing and eliminating matter. All of these mechanisms function to keep  homeostasis in the highly sophisticated organism that is the body.

Due to outside and or inside influences, our bodies tend to misalign in some way. Sometimes the imbalance can be very small, but cause a lot of damage.

The role of Oriental Medicine was originally preventative. By balancing the factors that contribute to our body's proper function, Acupuncture, Herbs and other Oriental methods are proven by thousands of years of practice to prevent imbalance and thereby prevent disease.

Today, many Americans use Oriental Medicine to treat an already developed disease. The goal of Oriental Medicine in this case, is to bring the body back to the original state of balance by fixing the underlying cause of disease and expelling the
invading trigger.

As opposed to only treating  symptoms, Licensed Acupuncturists aim to fix the root of the problem while also addressing symptoms so that you can start feeling results soon and be confident you are bettering your long term health.

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The famous yin/yang symbol signifies the ongoing cycle  between 2 forces which makes balance.

The five elements (fire, earth, metal, water and wood) described in Oriental Medicine is a map of the body and the interrelationship between the organs.

When all of the elements are neither overbearing nor lacking the body (and mind) are balanced.

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