waiting-room-01A millennia of Chinese medicinal wisdom describes the human heart as the organ the physically pulses us forward and energetically allows to connect with those around us. Equally important, is our ability to connect to ourselves.

Our bodies are in constant conversation with us. Sometimes subtle, sometimes awakening, the body always invites us to be in harmony and balance. Intuitively, we may know this language well but sometimes that conversation can get lost amidst the many things that demand our attention throughout the day. Chinese Medicine offers us a clear path towards interpreting the bodies unwavering desire for you to live in optimum health. You deserve your health, and with it, a confidence in your own longevity. Hear your heart, heart your health.





Shin-Di Lai, L.Ac, Dipl. O.M.

completed her Master of Arts in Traditional Chinese Medicine as well as a clinical internship at Yo San University in Los Angeles.  She also received her national certification through NCCAOM and her California Acupuncture License.  She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology, focusing on Exercise Science at California State University, Northridge.

Shin-Di has previous training in many Western Medicine fields including physical therapy, nursing, surgical technology, and athletic training.




Acupuncture is the insertion of ultra-thin, sterile needles into specific acupuncture points on the body which correspond to channels or meridians. Acupuncture helps maintain overall balance of qi (vital energy) and blood. Acupuncture is a complete form of holistic health care for medical prevention and treatment. Traditional Chinese Medicine is a noninvasive treatment method and promotes natural healing. It can enhance the immune system and recuperative power, support physical, mental, emotional health and overall wellbeing. It is safe and painless.

Shin-di Lai Acupuncture Services
Shin-di Lai Acupuncture Services


Infertility and Acupunture

Acupuncture, frequently combined with herbal medicine, has been used for centuries to treat some but not all causes of infertility.


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Processed Meat Reduces Male Fertility

Researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health have found that men who eat at least half a portion of processed meat a day, corrupt the size and shape of their sperm cells and reduce their fertility.


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BPA linked to miscarriages and infertility (Forbes)

Two new studies presented at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine may add weight to the idea that the reproductive health of both sexes can be affected by the amount of plastic additives with which we come into contact every day.


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Cupping and Pain Relief (Wall St. Journal)

Cupping was performed traditionally in China and other countries, and is now available from acupuncturists, and some chiropractors and massage therapists in the U.S... (photo credit: Alanna Ralph from Philadelphia, PA, USA)


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