Massage and Acupuncture in Park Ridge Chicago Area

The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.
Thomas Edison, Inventor

ES Health Balance, Inc. is an alternative medicine practice for acupuncture and massage in the Chicago area (located in Park Ridge) that combines the wisdom of thousands of years of experience from the East and the human health-related knowledge and research from the West. We use many therapeutic techniques of oriental medicine and massage therapy to encourage healthy balance in our patients' life.

Our mission is to bring people the experience of healthy living with more stress-free and painless days.

Oriental medicine is the treatment during which the body’s power of self-healing is stimulated by the means of acupuncture, acupressure, massage, cupping, herbal remedies and other methods. Increasing popularity of alternative medicine is due to its low cost and safe treatments when practiced by a board certified and licensed acupuncturists.

Numerous studies show that many health conditions improve dramatically after acupuncture and other alternative medicine treatments and increasing number of people benefit from it.

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Acupuncture In Park Ridge Chicago

Acupuncture therapy in Park Ridge Chicago

ES Health Balance is a Chicago alternative medicine practice, located in Park Ridge that uses acupuncture extensively due to its effectiveness. Acupuncture is a time-tested therapy that was first developed in China thousands of years ago. It promotes health and alleviates sickness through the stimulation of specific anatomical points.


Food Medicine & Food Cures

Submitted by EmilShb@PR on Wed, 04/11/2018 - 16:21

Chinese Food Medicine

Chinese medicine uses not only herbs but also different foods as a means of treating a disease: food medicine. They substitute medication and therefore have a better effect on the body. A prerequisite of a successful application of food cures is the precise examination and diagnosis of the patient. The practitioner should pay attention to a combination of factors: patient's constitution, illness, the current season and climate.

Acupuncture FAQS

Submitted by EmilShb@PR on Wed, 04/11/2018 - 16:04

Acupuncture FAQS

Does acupuncture hurt?

For most people, acupuncture causes minimal to no pain. The needles used are very fine. A patient may feel a slight prick similar to a mosquito bite when the needle is first inserted. At times, a tingling, dull ache or warm sensation may be experienced at the point where the needle is inserted. This is the desired effect and should not be uncomfortable. Often, during acupuncture the treatment a patient feels so relaxed that he will fall asleep.

We Serve the Following Chicago Locations:

  • Skokie
  • Evanston
  • Winnetka
  • Highland Park
  • Northbrook
  • Glenview
  • Morton Grove
  • Niles
  • Lincolnwood
  • Des Plaines
  • Park Ridge
  • Up Town