The Practice

We take a holistic approach to wellness - treating acute conditions while also addressing the root cause of an illness - through the combination of acupuncture, herbal medicine, dietary therapy and tuina massage.

Find out more about Jinhee Yoo Acupuncture
  • Facial Rejuvenation

    Put your best face forward with facial rejuvenation. Jinhee's technique has been distilled from thousands of years of Chinese medicine cosmetology to help fight fine lines and wrinkles while also restoring your skin's youthful glow.

  • Pediatrics

    Acupuncture is well suited to supporting a child's wellness because it is a safe and effective treatment for common childhood ailments that comes without the same side effects of common medications. We use a combination of acupuncture and needle-free massage techniques, along with herbs, to treat everyone from babies through teenagers. More...

  • Women’s Health

    Acupuncture has been helping women with their specific health concerns for thousands of years. Whether it is painful periods, PMS, infertility, fibroids, endometriosis, PCOS or menopause symptoms, acupuncture and herbs can help. More...

  • Pain Management

    Acupuncture is probably best known for its ability to reduce and even eliminate pain. Whether the pain is a result of a chronic problem or back spasm that started yesterday, acupuncture can help you feel better, and does so with fewer side effects than pain medications. More...

  • Men’s Health

    Men's Health, or andrology, in Chinese medicine is a relatively new specialty, just 30 or so years old. This has allowed for a synthesis between traditional philosophy and modern science in a unique way. We can now combine the ancient texts for sexual health and vitality with cutting edge understanding of male fertility and prostate health. More...

  • Dermatology

    One in five visits to a doctor's office is for a skin-related complaint, yet Western medicine has few treatments for dermatological conditions. Chinese medicine treats skin conditions safely and obtains significant, lasting results even in the most difficult cases of acne, eczema and psoriasis. More...

Stop that cold quick!

Chinese dietary medicine provides us with a delicious and easy way to stop a cold in its tracks. The trick is to catch it early, at the first signs of sneezing, shivering, chills, and neck tightness; this is known as a Wind-Cold type cold. This recipe is not appropriate for a hot/burning and scratchy throat, […]

LGBTQ Health: Bisexuals do exist

Thank you, New York Times, for reporting this important research about bisexual men! It is important to validate the feelings and attractions of this group publicly because they are so often marginalized by society, more so than their “gay” peers at times. This leads to poor access to healthcare when bisexual men do not feel […]

Porridge for dry throat and cough

Autumn is steadily approaching. As we transition into this new season, the heat of summer is replaced by dryness according to Chinese medicine correspondences. We start to see things like dry nose and throat, dry skin and even dry cough without phlegm. This is because the Autumn is also related to the Lungs, which control […]

Soup for Post-partum Qi and Blood Deficiency

A classic “food as medicine” recipe to treat post-partum Qi and Blood deficiency AKA being fatigued and pale after giving birth (this may include insufficient lactation) is Black Chicken Soup. The recipe is very simple, and all the herbs can be purchased in Chinatown. You combine all of the ingredients in a pot with 4 […]

Health Tips for Autumn

Autumn is the season of gathering in and preparing for Winter’s rest. Now is the time to heal Springtime illnesses according the Classics. So, we work on hayfever and allergies now. From a Western medical perspective, it is also a good time to have your Vitamin D levels checked as we start having less exposure […]

Studying with Adele Reising

I am studying with Adele Reising, LAc., this weekend. She is teaching about using Chinese medicine during pregnancy and for post-partum care. Adele studied in China for 2 years after finishing her Master’s at the same school where I am studying now. She focused on Orthopedics and Gynecology while in China, so she is nothing […]