Hamptons Health Circle
A Multispecialty Acupuncture Clinic
Charles Yarborough, director
1028 N. Lake Ave. Suite 108
Pasadena, CA 91104
On the Web: www.HamptonsHealth.com
Hours of Operation: Mon thru Sat
Hamptons Health Circle
See us for treatment of pain, injury, stress, insomnia, depression, and for women's health.
Featured in the Los Angeles Times, American Spa Magazine, Pasadena Pink Sheet, KTLA's "The Morning Show" and NBC's "Your LA." Also featured at the celebrity site, www.HollywoodPsychotherapy.com
"You've heard of this guy Charles Yarborough? You've got to check this out. Acupuncture: it's the way to go!" --KTLK-AM radio host Carey Harrison
HAMPTONS HEALTH CIRCLE, a multispecialty acupuncture clinic located at 1028 N. Lake Ave., #108, three blocks north of E. Orange Grove Blvd., in Pasadena, CA.
CLINIC DIRECTOR CHARLES YARBOROUGH, L.Ac. has published widely on Chinese Medicine and is the director of APA, Inc., where he has coordinated patient care with M.D.s, psychologists, orthopedic surgeons and physical therapists for ten years. Other activities have included facilitation of a monthly fibromyalgia support group. Charles is the founder/director of The American Cosmetic Acupuncture Bureau. Under the auspices of Mary Elizabeth Wakefield, L.Ac., of Chiakra, he has provided "Diamond Acupuncture Facial Renewal" for Oscars Week at Soho House, Los Angeles. He has also practiced acupuncture at world-famous Blue Medi-Spa in Sherman Oaks, CA. Charles gives classes in Chinese Face Reading in Southern California and maintains the website www.ChineseFaceReading.net
Hamptons Health Circle also provides referrals to well-qualified chiropractors, cranio-sacral therapists, massage technicians, psychotherapists and Reiki practitioners for additional care.
Hamptons Health Circle accepts cash, check, credit cards and provides superbills for many insurance plans.
Cosmetic acupuncture is based on ancient principles of Oriental Medicine. A safe, painless alternative to Botox and other injected chemicals, facial acupuncture can renew the face and help diminish the appearance of fine lines and sagging features. A protocol usually consists of ten twice-weekly treatments, followed by a monthly tune-up.
Clinical studies have shown acupuncture to be effective in the treatment of neck, shoulder and lower back pain. Acupuncture has also been clinically studied for the treatment of headaches and the results are highly favorable. The efficacy of acupuncture, coupled with the patient's decreased dependence on medication, makes Chinese Medicine a good value and a wise remedy for physical pain.