- David Lee Acupuncture Clinic166 N. Moorpark Rd.
Suite # 201
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm Wednesday Extended Hours 8:00am - 7:00pm Closed for Lunch 1:00pm - 2:00pm Saturday 8:00am - 1:00pm
FREE Acupuncture Q & A Workshop
Find out more about acupuncture with Dr. David Lee
Every Thursday from 6:00-6:40PM
Light refreshments provided.
Call 805.497.6200 to sign-up.
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We are taking cautionary measures for the safety of patients and staff to prevent the spread of coronavirus COVID-19. Stay home if you have fever and cough. If you have difficulty breathing, call your primary physician. If you have low-grade symptoms, then you can do a self-treatment as described below.
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Having had much success during pregnancy with acupuncture, the patient again finds relief of spasm in neck and shoulders.
male, age 60, TV producer
Complaints: Chronic left sciatica with pain in buttock and leg due to lumbar arthritis since 1983. The pain was worse with sitting and prolonged standing, occurring almost daily for the last 3 years. He played tennis despite the pain because it was one of his favorite hobby. But he stopped
Neck & Knee Pain. Depression & Migraine.
Bisoma& Tetrasoma Acupuncture, Case 188
female, age 45, human resources
Complaints: Constant left neck and shoulder pain for 2 years after a vehicular accident. Left shoulder range of motion was limited and worsening. She fell with her right knee onto a hard floor a few years ago,
Patient: Female, age 32
Complaint: Back pain. Since 5 years ago, the patient was experiencing progressive pain in the upper, middle, and low back. The pain was intensifying and becoming constant. MRI shows minor arthritis in the spine indicating that most of the pain is from musculo-tendino tension and knots.
Patient: Female, age 44
Complaint: Left leg, foot, and toes pain. For 6 months, the patient has been suffering from tendino-muscular pain radiating from the left lateral hip to the foot. The pain is constant and worse at the end of work day. Cause is unidentified.
Treatment Process: The patient reported immediate relief