Dallas Acupuncture Men’s Health
Pearl Chang Russell LAc
Pearl Chang Russell LAc is our Dallas Acupuncture Men’s Health practitioner and graduated top of her class with a Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine degree from Texas Health and Science University (formerly Texas College of Traditional Chinese medicine) and is a diplomate of the NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine).
Pearl’s studies focused on traditional Chinese-style acupuncture, and she has done postgraduate coursework in men’s health, fertility and distal treatment methods for acute and chronic pain. She loves helping with infertility and pregnancy conditions, and has extensive clinical experience successfully treating a wide range of mens health conditions such as erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation, prostate health, frequent, hesitant, urgent urination, stress, insomnia and anxiety as well as general health concerns of headaches, digestion and heart health as well as muscle and joint pain, including sciatica, can all be treated with acupuncture.
Pearl Acupuncture has had a Dallas-area office for almost 5 years, which she shares with her grandmother, who has been helping men and women with their fertility and health for more than 50 years. When she’s not treating patients or learning ancient acupuncture secrets from her grandmother, Pearl enjoys spending time at her home in Rockwall with her husband, son, and Labrador retriever.
Researchers find acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine effective for the alleviation of urinary retention caused by benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), a condition often referred to as enlargement of the prostate gland. Benign prostatic hyperplasia often leads to bladder, kidney, and urinary tract disorders. The prostate enlargement may block the flow of urine and cause discomfort or urinary retention. Common symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia include weak urine flow or a stream of urine that starts and stops. Dribbling towards the end of urination or the incomplete emptying of the bladder are also common. There may be difficulty initiating urination, frequent or urgent urination, and nocturia (excessive urination at night).