About Us

Founded in 2001, ACMA Clinic provides professional and comprehensive health care of holistic and natural medicine.

ACMA patients come from 50 states in U.S. and countries in North America, South America, Asia, Europe, etc. Most ACMA patients first started treatments with their family doctors, specialists, local hospitals, and leading hospitals in U.S. or other countries. When those treatments could not help them, they started ACMA therapy.  As a result, when they came to ACMA, they had been suffering from various severe diseases and illnesses for years, and many of them had been regarded as incurable.

However, after ACMA therapy, most patients’ conditions start improving for the first time in their disease history. Patients are happy to see they are recovering and returning back to normal lives.

Our Guiding Principle

We believe human beings and the universe form a harmonic natural world. Humans are interconnected with nature and affected by its forces. It is a very complex system, which is different from Western medicine. We focus on treating the root causes of diseases along with the various symptoms that may manifest as a result. In this way, we are able to treat the whole body and mind rather than just the outward symptoms. We believe:

  • There are interactions between the mind, body and environment
  • Do not aim at controlling patient’s symptoms but to prevent and treat the illness and disease
  • There are interactions between the universe, nature, and humans
  • The world is a very complex dynamic system instead of a static mechanic system
  • There is no separation between mind and body
  • Humans are interconnected with nature and affected by its forces
  • Human body is seen as an organic whole in which the organs, tissues, and other parts have distinct functions but are all interdependent
  • Health and disease relate to balance or imbalance of the functions
  • Solve problems via restoring the balance of energies


“First do no harm” was Hippocrates’ instruction to physicians and may be thought of as an application of The Golden Rule. Whatever intervention a doctor can make in a patient’s health and life, the only acceptable action is one that will do no further damage to the patient’s health. How much more sensible does it get than to remember the rule first learned as toddlers: “Don’t hurt anybody.”


Second, naturopaths rely on the healing power of nature to help restore patients to complete health. The really excellent naturopath is one who knows how to “work the modalities”: that is to be able to draw from the vast materia medica of natural materials to help the sick get well and be able to apply them to the great variety and complication of illnesses that are common today.


Another principle is to address the whole person. Naturopaths know better than to give you a medication that will heal the stomach while hurting the heart, or that will clear up the skin while skewing your hormones out of balance. Naturopaths are trained to respect the whole patient, not just the small part of the body with obvious symptoms. In other words, if you need medicine for your lungs, the job of the naturopath is to make sure that what you get is completely good for all of you.


The fourth principle is to address the root cause. This means if you have say arteriosclerosis, which has led to heart problems and high blood pressure, the naturopath does not treat the blood pressure right away. The naturopath goes to the cause of the problem and treats the hardening of the arteries, because when you clean out the arteries, the blood pressure comes down, and the heart is able to heal. So that way you solve all three problems instead of just one.


To intervene before the disease starts is another naturopathic principle, and one that is closest to the long-term naturopathic goal of helping patients to achieve a healthy life. This improved lifestyle is what enables the body to regain homeostasis, to strengthen the immune system and to better deflect the constant stresses and toxic conditions that an industrial society imposes. Our study and practice of environmental medicine teaches the importance of removing toxins from the immediate environment (and ideally the larger environment) as well as from the patient’s body.

Our Mission

American Chinese Medicine Association (ACMA) is dedicated to providing the public with the highest quality of ACMA cancer therapy and ACMA non-cancer therapy by upholding the highest standards in medicine. Together, we can change the world and make it better.