Dr. Sybil Ihrig, DACM, L.Ac., CCH
Dr. Sybil Ihrig, DACM, L.Ac., CCHChinese medicine, Homeopathy
Dr. Sybil Ihrig, DACM, L.Ac., CCH is licensed as a practitioner of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in both California and Arizona. In practice since 2002, she is nationally certified in both Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology and serves as Assistant Professor at Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture (PIHMA).
Sybil is also nationally certified in Classical Homeopathy. In addition to conducting a private homeopathic practice, she has served on the faculty of American Medical College of Homeopathy (AMCH) at PIHMA, both as a clinic supervisor and as an instructor of Materia Medica.
In her Oriental Medicine clinic, Sybil focuses on gentle, intuitive Japanese styles of practice. The Japanese tradition emphasizes hair-thin needles, shallow insertions, moxibustion (a warming treatment involving artemesia herb), and extensive palpation techniques. This type of acupuncture benefits all but is especially welcome to those who fear needling and those who are extremely sensitive.
AcuGraph: Seeing Is BelievingAcuGraph
The AcuGraph system is an invaluable aid in your treatment at Lotus Wellspring Healthcare. A simple test that involves touching a probe to specific points on your wrists, ankles, fingers, or toes shows you—in vivid color and real time—which energy pathways and organs are out of balance and how best to bring everything back into balance. You will be re-tested periodically so that you can see proof of exactly how your health is improving.
Sybil has undertaken extensive postgraduate training in Traditional Chinese Medical Gynecology and provides assistance to women undergoing health challenges such as:
Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) in its many “flavors”
Menorrhagia (heavy menstrual flow)
Fibroids and endometriosis
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)
Nausea of pregnancy
Other disorders of pregnancy and labor
Irregular menses and amenorrhea (absence of flow)
Cervical dysplasia and HPV
Healthy Aging with Alternative Medicine
Sybil also cherishes working with mature adults, both male and female. It is typically during the second half of life that our genetic or lifestyle-associated weaknesses come to the fore and demand our attention. If we do not listen to this internal cry for help, health problems become chronic and worsen. Many serious disorders associated with aging respond well to natural approaches.
Persons with various types of cancer can also benefit from natural therapies. Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, for example, are known to be effective in minimizing adverse effects of concurrent conventional treatments (chemotherapy, radiation, surgery). Those in recovery/remission from cancer and wishing to boost their immune systems can enhance prospects for future wellness with the help of Oriental Medicine, Homeopathy, and/or Pranic Healing (a form of energy work).
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