Our Mission

Your Health is Our Priority

Dedicated to providing the best Healing Services with Acupuncture, Cupping, Chinese Herbs, and NAET Allergy Management.

Mahlaqa Shaheen Qureshi is NATIONAL BOARD-CERTIFIED DIPLOMAT OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE(NCCAOM) and Texas state licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist. She started her Health Care career by graduating as a Bachelor in Dental Surgery from de’-Montmorency College of Dentistry Pakistan and then specialized in Orthodontics from College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan. Had been Practicing Dentistry, when in 1987 she developed a keen interest in Acupuncture, due to her husband’s long-standing migraine headache which did not respond to any western Medicine but was cured solely by Acupuncture treatment.


She learnt the skills of acupuncture and in 1988 began practice along with her practice of Dentistry. After immigrating to USA, she decided to pursue her passion for Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology. She started her studies at The Texas Health and Science University in Austin and completed her Masters in the science of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in April 2017.


She Passed her Texas Medical Board exams and became a Licensed Acupuncturist who has started her good work by volunteering her skills at two Community Service Centers in Dallas.

See How We Work

Our Procedures

Analysis The Health Issues


Your acupuncture practitioner will tell you the general site of the planned treatment

Needle Insertion


Needles are inserted to various depths at strategic points on your body.

Needle Manipulation


Your practitioner may gently move or twirl the needles after placement

Needle Removal


The needles remain in place for 10 to 20 minutes while you lie still and relax.

What We Provide

Our Services

In Acupuncture, the practitioner inserts needles on therapeutically effective points of the Meridians to remove obstructions in the flow of Qi or to regulate the flow itself.

This is a technique in Which dried wool like leaves of” Moxa” (Artemisia Vulgaris) are burned over required acupuncture points to apply specifically curative gentle heat of this medicinal herb to unblock the channels and bring about the free flow of Qi and blood, while treating several problems and establishing health protection during the process.

Gua Sha is a deep massage over an effected area of muscle spasm, tightness or constriction by scraping or rubbing the affected area. Like cupping, it may leave areas of mild temporary redness.

Natural herbal medicines offer minimal side effects and maximal safety when used under the supervision of a trained Herbalist Patients are advised to stay clear of Over the counter herbal supplements and inform their physicians and acupuncturist if using one or other regular western medicines to avoid drug interactions and untoward side effects.

This ancient therapy is a part and parcel of traditional Chinese Medicine. It serves as a mean to promote therapeutic circulation of Qi and blood into certain areas of the body.

Tui na massage technique of treatment in the Chinese Traditional Medicine, had been documented in YELLOW EMPORER’S CLASSICS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE, (Written 5000 years ago) is based on the concept of Yin Yang, movement of essential amount of Blood and Qi within the Meridians of the Human Body.

Different Stresses of daily life, when long-standing, lead to a state of Anxiety, which develops certain symptoms. The long-standing symptoms of anxiety, earns, the label of Depression, which in turn take a toll on one’s Mental and Physical health with a persistent wound up feeling.

Homeopaths believe that good health depends upon an equilibrium between mind and body which is maintained by a “vital force” that regulates the body ‘self-healing capabilities. In Homeopathic terms a person’s constitution Homeopathy is based on the principle that “like cure like “also known as the law of similar.