Eastern Wave Acupuncture

Eastern Wave Acupuncture Acupuncture and Massage Clinic for the treatment of soft tissue and sports injuries, back, neck, sho


Healing gardens are so cool!


A human body part hiding in plain sight—and the mysteries it might help us solve.

Thank you for the bulbs today! Happy Passover and Spring!

Thank you for the bulbs today! Happy Passover and Spring!


Yes, the entire Dandelion plant is edible, but what many don't realize is that its roots are the real treasure🌼🌼🌼
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Screens are now the new “smoking” when it comes to health!

Screens are now the new “smoking” when it comes to health!

Is this the new smoking?

"Sitting is the new smoking."

You've heard it before. But there's a new "smoking" that's hit epidemic levels.


Screens are everywhere and we're on them A LOT.

According to Pew Research, "Those 60 and older now spend more than half of their daily leisure time, four hours and 16 minutes, in front of screens, mostly watching TV or videos."

And here's another stat most people don't know about:

The longer you're in front of a screen, the less you blink. According to a study by the University of Iowa, we blink about 66% less while working on the computer.

Too little blinking is linked to tension headaches, increased risk of eye infections, eye irritation, and sensitivity to bright light. Not blinking enough can also cause "dry eye," which can result in blurred vision and eye damage.

But those aren't the only reasons screens are bad for our eye health.

Because then there's the screen glare...

Nearly all phone screens are backlit with a blue, glowing light. Screens also have us looking straight into the glare of this strange light, sometimes for minutes, even hours on end. In the short term, blue light is linked with eye strain, and in the long term, it can contribute to a host of vision problems.

Now, is it reasonable to expect yourself to stop using screens altogether? No way. Screens are here to stay, and we'll likely we'll be pushed to use them more and more.

But there are solutions.

We recommend taking screen breaks as often as you can. If you can, get outside to feast your eyes on nature, rather than a screen. Even if it's just a five-minute walk or ride through your neighborhood, any screen break will do wonders for your eye health.

But there's something else you can do to promote eye health naturally. Join Lee for the upcoming Qi Gong for Healthy Eyes Workshop on February 25th: https://qigo.ng/healthy-eyes-e2-0224

In this 3.5-hour live workshop, you will:

- Get exercises and acupressure points to help relieve eye strain and fatigue, strengthen your eye muscles, and expand your range of vision.

- Learn a 20-minute "Eye Gong" routine designed to bring more energy circulation to your eyes.

- Increase blood flow and energy to the eyes to help them feel refreshed, relaxed, and well-lubricated.

- Learn how to harness the power of the Wood Element to help your body heal your eyes.

- Discover Lee's "non-dietary" prescriptions for eye health (Hint: There are MANY more ways to heal your eyes than simply eating carrots.)

- Improve your focus and clarity by learning "long gaze" techniques. Gazing can help you to experience life through a much clearer lens.

This is the first ever workshop Lee has taught that specifically focuses on the eyes.

If you want to improve your eye health, relieve eye strain, and see with clarity…

Learn more and register for the Qi Gong for Healthy Eyes Workshop on February 25th: https://qigo.ng/healthy-eyes-e2-0224

Talk soon,

The Holden QiGong Team



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Frequently Asked Questions!
1. Appointment Scheduling:
- Please call in advance to schedule an appointment. Walk-ins may not be accommodated.
- If you need to reschedule or cancel your appointment, kindly inform the office at least 24 hours in advance.

2. Arrival and Check-In:
- Please arrive on time for your appointment to ensure a smooth flow of the clinic schedule.
- Upon arrival, check in at the front desk and provide any necessary updates to your contact information or medical history.

3. Confidentiality and Privacy:
- All patient information, discussions, and records will be kept strictly confidential.
- We respect your privacy and adhere to all applicable privacy laws and regulations.

4. Payment and Insurance:
- Payment is due at the time of service. We accept cash, credit/debit cards, and personal checks.
- For insurance-covered treatments, please provide accurate insurance information in advance for proper billing.

5. Treatment Guidelines:
- Wear loose and comfortable clothing to allow access to acupuncture points.
- Follow any pre-treatment instructions provided by your acupuncturist, such as avoiding heavy meals or caffeine intake.
- Inform your acupuncturist about any changes in your health or medications since your last visit.

6. Communication and Feedback:
- Feel free to discuss any concerns, questions, or expectations with your acupuncturist.
- Your feedback is valuable to us, as it helps us improve our services. Please share your experience with our staff.

7. Hygiene and Cleanliness:
- We maintain high standards of cleanliness and hygiene in our clinic.
- Please help us by maintaining personal hygiene and cleanliness during your visit.

8. Respect for Others:
- Respect the quiet and peaceful environment of the clinic by speaking softly or refraining from unnecessary noise.
- Please turn off or silence your mobile devices while in the treatment area.

9. Children and Companions:
- To ensure a calm environment, we kindly request that children not receiving treatment do not accompany you unless necessary.
- If necessary, please arrange for proper supervision of your children during your appointment.

10. Emergencies and Safety:
- In case of a medical emergency, please notify the clinic staff immediately.
- Follow any safety instructions provided by the staff, such as emergency exit locations and evacuation procedures.

Remember, these rules and regulations are designed to ensure the best possible experience for all patients. If you have any questions or require further clarification, please don't hesitate to ask our staff. We are here to assist you.

That’s an easy one! And seaweed! Come see me to discuss your digestive issues! Acupuncture and stress relief are number ...

That’s an easy one! And seaweed! Come see me to discuss your digestive issues! Acupuncture and stress relief are number one to healing gut issues! 

Lettuce helps reduce heartburn https://geni.us/brain-saver


120 N Cardinal Extension Drive
Wilmington, NC

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm




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