Master Tung Acupuncture

David Shevick, Restore Vitality Acupuncture MarinMaster Tung Ching Chang has been referred to as the greatest acupuncture technician who ever lived.
He was a scholar of the I-Ching, and a traditional Chinese physician from the Shandong Province in Northern China, famous for the miraculous and spontaneous results he would obtain using just a few needles. The acupuncture points he used are unique in that they are located opposite the affected area. In most cases, the patient notices the effect immediately upon insertion of the needle.

Dr. Tung’s Points were a treasured family secret, handed down and refined over many generations. After fleeing for his life during the cultural revolution in China, Master Tung began to teach his secret acupuncture point system.
When Dr. Tung died in 1975, he left behind his point book and his legacy. Two of his students, Dr. Miriam Lee and Dr.  Wei-Chieh Young, introduced Master Tung’s Points to the U.S.

TungsHandPts024I primarily use Master Tung’s Acupuncture. I’ve tired many techniques and schools and, for me, Master Tung’s genius works like no other. His method works powerfully with the deepest underlying energy of the body. My objective is to get you well in 2-7 treatments. 

Most acupuncturists are accustomed to using many needles per treatment, in a course of 10 or more treatments, before they see results. But with Master Tung’s Magic Points, the patient usually feels improvement after only one or two treatments, with very few needles.

Master Tung’s Points are fondly referred to as ‘magic’ because in most cases, these points deliver instant and lasting results. Master Tung’s Points are located opposite the affected area (points on the head can treat the feet, and vice versa). For this reason, the body’s energetic pathways must be kept clear, so the practitioner selects only a few powerful points for treatment.

 Tung’s acupuncture is very safe; most of the points are located on the extremities, pushing
energy toward a deficiency or pulling it from an excess. Needles are never inserted at the site of pain or injury.