Do you still have chronic symptoms? Have you tried Acupuncture and Dietary change?
- digestive symptoms such as constipation, diarrhea, stomach pain
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- chronic fatigue, loss of appetite
- side effects from medications
- increasing the number of medications
- joint pain, headache, dizziness, insomnia
- Autoimmune disease
About Koki Kawanami
Koki Kawanami serves Acupuncture treatment around Shinjuku in Japan. Koki specializes in Traditional Japanese Acupuncture from Japan.
Japanese Acupuncture focuses on gentle needling techniques, moxibustion therapy and palpation.The use of palpation is a key factor for diagnosing a patient. This is a very subtle technique that was developed out of the Edo period where visually impaired individuals were responsible for acupuncture and moxibustion treatment. Skillful palpation is key to successful diagnosis and treatment as a Japanese Acupuncturist.
Koki Is currently studying eagerly Functional Medicine for years. He is concerned with the underlying imbalances or dysfunctions of diseases. He seeks to identify and address the root causes of diseases. Instead of looking at and treating health problems as isolated diseases, he treats individuals who may have bodily symptoms, imbalances and dysfunctions.
Koki was born in Washington D.C. He lived there for 2 years before returning to Japan. Koki received his bachelor’s from Meiji University of Integrative Medicine, Kyoto Japan. He learned Oriental Medicine from both Eastern and Western perspective. This experience creates a unique treatment style in which Koki combines Eastern and Western principles to create a dynamic treatment and experience.
After he became an Acupuncturist in Japan he worked for several hospitals and private acupuncture clinics in Kyoto. He treated a wide range of conditions. Many of his patients were school students or professional sport athletes including soccer, baseball, golf, tennis players, boxers, snowboarders and more.
After 7 years of practicing in Japan Koki decided he wanted to bring his experience and knowledge to the United States. He attended the Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College in Berkeley California and earned his Master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Koki is licensed in the state of California. He taught acupuncture, moxibustion and Japanese acupuncture technique’s classes at AIMC Berkley. He was a supervisor to students in the clinic at AIMC Berkeley for 6 years. Koki taught the theory of Oriental Medicine, acupuncture techniques, and Japanese acupuncture at University of California Berkeley as well. Koki integrates Chinese medicine and Functional medicine in his practice.
Currently, Koki services acupuncture treatment around Yokohama city in Japan. Koki specializes in treating chronic and complicated cases, digestion problems such as diarrhea, constipation, and IBS, headache, depression, high blood pressure, autoimmune diseases, pain management, and stress related symptoms. He believes that who you are is what you eat. He loves to talk about food, diet and life style. Acupuncture and Chinese medicine can help you along the path toward optimal health and vitality, physically, emotionally and spiritually.
When I’m not working, you’ll find me playing soccer, playing with my daughter, cooking or drinking coffee.
Testimonials – Koki Kawanami, LAc.
-Dr. Nathan Strong
College of Alameda
-Marlon Shanks PhD
Geriatric Care Manager
Holistic Practice Philosophy
After 7 years of practicing in Japan Koki decided he wanted to bring his experience and knowledge to the United States. Koki learned Oriental Medicine including Acupuncture, Moxibustion, Herbs, Nutrition, Chi Gong) and Functional Medicine.
Functional Medicine seeks to identify and address the root causes of disease. Instead of looking at and treating health problems as isolated diseases, it treats individuals who may have bodily symptoms, imbalances and dysfunctions. Koki Believes it is an evolution in the practice of medicine and the future model of medical care of the 21st century. Koki integrates Oriental medicine and Functional medicine in his practice. He knows this combination makes his treatment much much effective. If you are suffered from any chronic and complicated diseases, contact Koki.
All acupuncture needle is sterile, single use medical devices. After each use, acupuncture needles are disposed in a medical waste container. Koki’s acupuncture treatment is very gentle and no pain. He often uses contact needle that never go through your skin as well.
Moxibustion is a therapy which contains of burning dried mugwort on particular point on the body. The moxa is placed on the acupuncture point, burns, and is removed before it burns the skin. The Japanese moxa treatment is never hot or discomfort. It will be very cozy warm feeling on your acupuncture points. You won’t have any burning scar.
Who you are is what you eat. the Ancient Greek physician Hippocrates said “All diseases begins in the gut.” nearly 2500 years ago. I believe your health begins in your gut.
Koki will tell you how to find your food allergies and how to heal your gut.
The foods you eat is no longer contain the nutrient level you require for your health. There are some reasons, depleted nutrient soil, pesticides, toxics, antibiotics, and so on. The supplements may help preventing and recovering from many diseases.
3F Koei Building 1-29-8 Shinjuku Shinjuku-ku Tokyo
I have been using one of the rooms of the clinic, Shinjuku Kampo Clinic, located at Shinjuku Tokyo. This room has a calming energy, you will feel relaxed both physically and mentally. Very quiet, clean, and warming environment.
I’m seeing patients here on Mondays and Thursdays currently.
5 min. walking from Shinjuku Gyoenmae station.
Consultation ¥3,000＋Acupuncture ¥7,000
Initial Acupuncture and Consultation: 80minutes
Follow-up Acupuncture ¥7,000
Follow-up Acupuncture: 45minutes
Phone Consultation ¥4,000
Phone Consultation fee ¥4,000
Consultation via Phone, Skype, or LINE: 30minutes
※We accept Cash and Credit Card
You can contact me via ｢Phone｣or｢Online｣.
Please check your schedule in advance before you call me. I may ask you some questions about your current symptoms.
Please tell me “I saw your website.” The appointment process will be faster.
If it is a phone call, the appointment will be set then.