General Infertility
Acne Insomnia
Abdominal Pain Intercostal pain
Allergy Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Anemia/Iron Deficiency Kidney Stones
Ankle Pain Knee Injury
Anxiety Knee Pain
Arthritis Leg Pain
Arm Pain Meniere's Symptom
Asthma Menopausal Symptoms
Auto Injuries Menstruation Disorder
Back Pain Mouth Sores*
Bells Palsy Migraine
Bronchitis Multiple Symptoms
Cancer Support Nausea & Morning sickness
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Neck Pain
Catch Cold Neuropathy
Cerebral Palsy Osteoarthritis
Chronic Cough Pancreatitis
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Pediatric Diseases
Cirrhosis Psoriasis
Colitis Piriformis
Concentration Problems Quit Smoking
Dental Raynauds Syndrome
Depression Restless leg Syndrome
Diarrhea RSD (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy)
Earache Sciatica Pain
Eczema Shingles
Elbow pain Shoulder Pain
Eye Disease Sinusitis
Fatigue Skin Disease
Fatty Liver Spinal Scoliosis
Fibromyalgia Spinal Stenosis
Foot Pain Stomach Pain
Gallbladder Disorder Stress
Genital Herpes Stroke
Gerd (gastroesophageal reflux disease) Stroke Induced Sequela
Tennis Elbow
Graves Disease Thigh Pain
Groin Pain Thoracic outlet syndrome
Hand Pain Tourett's Syndrome
Headache Tietze's Disease
Hernia Pain Tinnitus
Herpes TMJ
Hip Pain Trigger Finger
Hypertension Vertigo
Hyperthyroid Visual Problems
Hypothyroid Women's Disease
  Work Injuries
  Wrist Pain


"I was diagnosed with pancreatitis in 1974. Surgeries corrected immediate problems, but I continued to have severe attacks requiring hospitalization once or twice a year. By 1988 the attacks increased in number and severity and again underwent a surgical procedure, the acute attacks decreased, but I got chronic pancreatitis and daily pain. I went on various medications including long-acting morphine and later a narcotic patch. The body began to tolerate the medication and I required more to get the same effect. By 1999 even a maximum dose wasn't working. I was becoming depressed, have trouble getting to sleep, restless, poor appetite, continuous nausia with other health problems arose. After taking antidepressants which made me feeling even worse. Pain specialists told me not much could be done except removing the rest of my pancreates but not guarantee it would work and it could leave me diabetic as well. I finally decided to try acupuncture before resorting to major surgery. During my first visit, Dr. Tao able to alleviate some of my pain and control the nausia. He also put me on an herb regimen. Now, after three months, the nausia is completely gone, my appetite is good again and-best of all-the pain is nearly 100% gone. I no longer feel of dread and sadness, I sleep better and feel rested, I feel I have more energy in years. And I'm off all medications. I truly like a new person and I thank Dr. Tao for giving me my liffe back."
~Monica Friess

Main Office:
Tao's Acupuncture & Herbs Center
Chung-Hu Tao, L.AC. & L.OM.
Tel. & Fax. 610-770-6201
1251 S. Cedar Crest Blvd., Suite #110A,
Allentown, PA 18103

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