Treatment Methods include:

- Acupuncture
- Tui Na
- Gua Sha
- Cupping
- Moxa
- Chinese Herbs

Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • Treatments by Appointment, please call

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • Licensed Acupuncturist (Texas and New York)
  • NCCAOM Board Certified

Serviced Areas

  • Flint TX, Bullard TX, Tyler TX, Smith County

Payment Options

  • American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Personal Checks, VISA, Cash

Contact Details

  Person Candace Quinn
  City Flint, TX
  Zip Code 75762
  Address 10692 FM346
  Phone Number (903) 570-6805

Business Representative

Candace Quinn

Licensed Acupuncturist

Candace Quinn is an experienced acupuncturist who maintained a successful practice in upstate New York before moving to Texas. She has recently opened a new acupuncture office in Flint.

Products & Services

Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine

Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine are a complete medical system as they are practiced in the orient. A few of the conditions we commonly treat include:

depression and anxiety
insomnia and dream disturbed sleep
colds and flu - I can help best if you see me early
smoking cessation
menstrual issues
menopausal symptoms
peripheral neuropathy
pain and stiffness of various types
back pain
joint pain
muscle pain

From Our Website

If you want Chinese herbs to treat cold and flu, call me at 903 570-6805 and arrange for me to bring them out to your car or to mail them to you. The Door is locked. I am admitting one patient at a time (or a couple with the same residence). Please park where I can see you and wait in or by your car until the patient ahead of you leaves and I signal you to come in.

You will be asked to fill out an intake health questionnaire before your first treatment. You may print that form out here, fill it out, and bring it with you; or you may fill it out when you arrive at the office for your first visit. Please bring with you a list of all medications and supplements you are currently taking. I will ask you a series of questions about many aspects of your health including sleep, digestion, energy, emotions, and the nature of any pain. Some of the questions may seem unrelated to your complaint, but they help to create a more complete picture of your life and health and to better understand and treat the underlying causes of your complaint.

Chinese herbal medicine is much more extensive than we are used to in the west. It uses more than 1000 herbs, minerals, insects, and animal parts (such as bones, shells, antlers) which are commonly combined in formulas of 3 to 20 herbs. Seldom is a single herb used alone. In tonic formulas, the combination of herbs works together to balance and restore specific aspects of the body, such as nourishing blood, calming the spirit, or boosting qi. In the case of disease, a formula might be chosen to expel "evils".