Better Health Starts Here

Individualized treatment plans & Private treatment room

Our Mission

We believe good health to be the key to quality of life. Our multi-modality holistic approach of using acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, medical massage therapy, exercise, and nutritional counseling are used to promote balance and wellness.

We offer individualized treatment plans, private treatment room, prevention-based health education, and knowledgeable and compassionate care. Our vision is to be the leading integrative health care clinic in Southern California while providing effective treatments that heal and empower our clients to live to life’s fullest potential.

Dr. Justin Kang

He is a Board Licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist in the state of California. He received Doctor of Philosophy degree in Oriental Medicine from American Liberty University and Masters of Traditional Chinese Medicine degree from South Baylo University, where he was awarded with the Student Service Award for outstanding achievement and services to the university. He received recognition for the commitment and dedication in patient care and has completed clinical training at community-oriented based clinics in Los Angeles and in Anaheim, California.

Doctorate Degree in Oriental Medicine
Master's Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
Certified Massage Therapist
Certified Personal Trainer
Completed UCI Gross Anatomy Program
Completed Cosmetic Acupuncture Program

He specializes in pain relief relating to Migraine, headache, neck, shoulder, lower back, sinus, allergy, anxiety, and depression.


Unlike western medicine, there is not only one “prescription” in oriental medicine to treat different patients for the same health problem.
It is because, in oriental medicine perspective, each person’s body is considered unique with its own individual Qi flow and resonance.
We provide customized care for your uniqueness!


Acupuncture achieves this balance by stimulating specific locations, or points, in the body with acupuncture needles, acupressure, heat, or electricity. The locations of these points lie along pathways, called meridians, which are similarly arranged like the nervous and vascular systems of the body.


A method of using local vacuum pressure with cups to relieve tension, increase circulation to the affected area, activate the lymphatic system, and release toxins. Cupping is often used for muscle pain, allergies, common cold and cough, and stress relief.


The application of electricity to specific locations on the body, typically by attaching electrodes to acupuncture needles, is used to relieve pain, calm or activate nerves, and increase circulation. E-stim acupuncture therapy is very successful for treating acute and chronic pain, sports injuries, back pain, and other muscle and joint ailments.


Auricular acupuncture is a modality that focuses on stimulating the outer structure of the auricle. Treatment is performed by probing the ear on the pressure points that connect with various organs of the body.


Gua Sha is a healing technique used to reduce pain and muscle stiffness. It moves "stagnant blood" and reduces congestion, promoting normal circulation to the muscles, tissues, and organs directly below the area treated.


The age-old science of Chinese Tui-Na medicine revolves around the use of the physician’s hands to diagnose through palpation and treat diseases and illnesses with a variety of manual techniques.


Acupuncture is recognized by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to be effective in the treatment of a wide variety of medical problems. Acupuncture can eliminate stress, relax muscles, improve mental clarity, elevate mood, strengthen immunity, regulate and balance hormones. It also is an effective treatment for patients who are looking for alternative option in taking pain relieving medication.


Indigestion - Stomach ulcers - Gall stones - Diarrhea - Constipation - Nausea and vomiting - Irritable Bowel Syndrome


Stroke - Fibromyalgia - Stress - Anxiety - Depression - Nerve paralysis - Headaches - Migraines - Insomnia


Allergies - Asthma - Bronchitis - Sinusitis


Arthritis - Back pain - Leg pain - Muscle cramping - Foot pain - Muscle pain and weakness - Neck pain - Sciatica - Stiff shoulders and Neck - Tennis Elbow - Carpal Tunnel - TMJ - Rheumatism - Arthritis


Menstrual pain - PMS - Menopause - Infertility - Postpartum - Ovarian and Uterine Fibrosis


Prostate - Infertility - Impotence



Please text us for cash discount price & specials (714-681-2785)
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$80 Per Month
  • Includes 2 Sessions Per Month
  • Includes Cupping Therapy or E-Stim Therapy
  • Add 15 minutes of Fire Cupping Massage to an Acupuncture treatment for $20
  • Members-only rate – just $40 for additional sessions
  • Convenient automatic monthly payments from your credit or debit card.
  • Refer a Friend and Get one month free when your friend signs up.
5 Package
$350 5 Sessions
  • Includes Cupping Therapy or E-Stim Therapy
  • Add 15 minutes of Fire Cupping Therapy to an Acupuncture treatment for $20
  • Preferred Scheduling
  • Expires in 12 Months
  • $70 Cost Per Session
10 Package
$600 10 Sessions
  • Includes Cupping Therapy or E-Stim Therapy
  • Add 15 minutes of Fire Cupping Therapy to an Acupuncture treatment for $20
  • Preferred Scheduling
  • Expires in 12 Months
  • $60 Cost Per Session

We accept most major insurance plans

Please email us picture of your insurance card front & back and DOB to check your acupuncture benefits.

Triwest Healthcare Alliance (Veterans)
Blue Shield
Anthem Blue Cross
United Health Care
Seoul Medical Group (서울메디칼그룹)

Frequently asked questions

Acupuncture is one of the safest treatment options available when performed by a licensed practitioner. Relatively few complications from the use of acupuncture have been reported to the FDA, despite the millions of people treated each year and the number of acupuncture needles used. The incidence of adverse effects is substantially lower than many drugs or medical procedures used for the same conditions. Acupuncture needles are solid, stainless steel, disposable, and are no bigger than a human hair or piece of thread. They do not contain a pharmaceutical agent.

The government requires acupuncturists to follow very strict sterilization procedures. In addition, pre-sterilized acupuncture needles are manufactured, packaged, and shipped in sterilized containers. There are virtually no negative side effects from acupuncture. Most people feel very relaxed and often fall asleep during a treatment. Following an acupuncture treatment many report feeling ‘euphoric’, which is likely due to acupuncture stimulating the central nervous system to release opiods (pain relieving substances) and serotonin (the ‘feel-good’ neurotransmitter in the brain).

No. Acupuncture can sometimes feel dull, achy, heavy, warm, and is usually not painful. Most people are quite relaxed during treatments and often fall asleep.

Absolutely. Integrative medicine and the combination of the best aspects of both Eastern and Western medicine are ideal. Acupuncture is a powerful system that alone can produce profound results. However, massage therapy, herbal medicine, physical therapy, counseling, and other modalities may also be needed. Please consult with your primary care physician regarding any questions or concerns that you may have.

Just like every human is different, each individual case is unique and the course of treatments will vary. A person’s age, activity level, health history, lifestyle, diet, emotions, occupation, and environment are all factors that contribute to the healing process. The results and benefits of a treatment course are cumulative over time, yet it is not uncommon to have immediate results. Acute conditions often have sudden onsets accompanied by intense symptoms. This treatment course usually is 2-8 treatments, with occasional follow-up visits for prevention and maintenance. Chronic conditions that have persisted for years or have not responded to other forms of treatment usually take 8-10 weeks or more to treat. Herbal medicine, massage therapy, exercise, diet recommendations and other healing modalities can be prescribed for added benefit, quicker recovery, and better overall health.

Traditional Chinese Medicine is designed equally to treat conditions and prevent illness. With people’s busy lives, work, and family, we often look to solutions far after they have compromised our health. It is common practice in China to receive ‘maintenance’ acupuncture treatments to preserve good health. One of the foundations of Chinese medicine is observing nature and its subtle affects on the body during different times of the year. It is therefore especially important to get a seasonal ‘tune-up’ at the beginning of each season to promote resilience within the body.

Absolutely. Acupuncture is a medicine of prevention, rather than intervention, meaning that we aim to prevent illness before it arises. Proper diet, exercise, balance of work and rest, emotional and mental stability, and acupuncture treatments are all integral components of maintaining good health. If every system is working in harmony and you have no health concerns, the minimal treatment plan is four times per year at the change in seasons. There are seasonal shifts (even in SoCal!) that affect our systems and energy cycles.

Many times patients try acupuncture once and decide it didn’t work for them. In Western medicine we often look to strong prescriptions or surgery to “fix” the problem as quickly as possible. In Eastern medicine, the focus is on restoring balance within all systems of the body, which often takes more than one session. Each treatment process is unique, with progress varying greatly depending on past and current medical history, age, diet, lifestyle, and genetic make-up. Also, each practitioner has a different style of treatment, so try out a few before you decide on one you like.

Yes! Prenatal acupuncture has been used for centuries to promote a healthy pregnancy for both mom and baby. It can treat a variety of symptoms such as morning sickness, swelling, pain, headaches, gestational diabetes, and a breech presentation. Of course, always consult your MD before beginning any additional health plan.

Most points on most people do not bleed. However, some parts of the body, such as the ears and face are more prone to bleed, which is very minimal. Licensed acupuncturists are well trained practitioners of the human body, and we are well aware of organs, veins, and blood vessels.

The needles typically stay in between 10-20 minutes, depending on the person and condition being treated.

Not usually. In California acupuncturists are considered primary care physicians, meaning a referral is not usually necessary. However, some insurance companies require pre-authorization from your MD, which we can verify for you.

Yes! Many insurance companies cover acupuncture under their health plans. Please contact me and I can verify your coverage, copay, and number of treatments allowable per year.

Acupuncture is a gentle and safe treatment. There are no side effects and no medication being injected. Before a treatment we suggest eating a light snack or meal and before and after your treatment drink plenty of water.

Contact Us

1321 N Harbor Blvd Ste 205
Fullerton, CA 92835
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Mon, Tue, Thu & Fri 9am-6pm
Wed 10am-9pm
Sat 9-1pm
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