Fertility Issues?

May 4, 2017

Most women who come to me who have fertility issues have gotten pregnant and have a healthy child!

I can support you through all stages: prenatal, pregnant, and offer you advice for the traditional Chinese monthly sitting!

My protocol has been shared worldwide with dramatic success!


I believe the majority of issues behind not getting pregnant deal with three broad areas:

  1. Not enough blood – Women run on blood, and Chinese Medicine has methods to build the blood.
  2. Too stressed – in today’s time bound, rush, rush society, many women suffer from inability to relax.
  3. Reproductive system is weak – With the lifestyle as such, people’s reproductive system has gotten weaker.  Chinese medicine offers many ways to strengthen it.

Come make an appointment and discuss what you’ve been going through!






People ask what they should read first. I suggest the Primer, then Best of, Pain, Internal Medicine, and finally, the Clinical Practice!

Five more titles coming!


We’ve Moved!

4 May 2017

We’ve moved as of April 26th, 2017!   We’ve only moved next door to Suite 108, and our new clinic boasts a new carpet and paint job, and a bathroom!   Come join us in our new space!

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Acupuncture for Sports Injuries!

3 June 2014

Why Acupuncture and Herbal Therapy? I’ve worked as an Acupuncturist in Sacramento for the 2004 Olympic Trials, treating track and field athletes.   I learned a lot from them about what injuries the modern athlete suffers through and their great work ethic.   One thing they were amazed about was I never needled the site of their […]

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“I don’t have time to exercise…!”

6 June 2012

Actually, you do! The problem is, most of the time you don’t make time for it.  I often give my patients a regiment that would eliminate their needing to go to a gym.   My patients learn my mantra for exercise – “Exercise is moving your thighs!” I suggest that everyone walk at least ½ hour […]

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5 March 2012

In modern society, many people have what they need.  They may not have every want, but wants can be endless. Needs are having air, food, exercise, health, sleep, detoxing, shelter, clothing, and love, without which you cannot exist.  Everything else can be considered icing on the cake and/or entertainment. Love is having meaningful friendships and […]

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What makes a good acupuncturist?

5 March 2012

People ask me what qualities describe a good acupuncturist.  Since I have lectured throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe teaching Acupuncture, I can share some of my insights here.  As a lecturer,  acupuncture professor and clinical supervisor, as well as occasionally taking on private students, perhaps my insights can help an unknowing consumer find […]

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Ear Acupuncture, Face Acupuncture, Body Acupuncture?

1 March 2012

One of the things I am often asked about is, “Where am I needled?” There are many forms of acupuncture that evolved throughout the ages, as a Teacher of acupuncture and a Clinical supervisor,I have had to teach students many styles of acupuncture, and sometimes, patients have a preference of where they want to be […]

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We’re now on Thumbtack.com

27 February 2012

If you want to get the latest local info on acupuncture and herbal therapy locally, check out Thumbtack.com for more details on our clinic: http://www.thumbtack.com/Acupuncture-and-Natural-Health-Consulting-Pasadena-CA/service/379321 Acupuncture and Natural Health Consulting

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Pasadena Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine

26 January 2012

Looking for acupuncture in Pasadena, Arcadia, San Gabriel Valley area? You can now look at http://acuchu.com for more information! Our clinic is at: 1028 N. Lake Avenue, Suite 107 Pasadena, CA 91104 Pasadena Acupuncturist and Herbalist Robert Chu will help patients with infertility, Cancer treatment related side effects, cardiovascular problems, diabetes, thyroid issues, and pain. […]

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