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Harmonize your body, mind, and spirit.

Acupuncture and western medicine are used in conjunction with each other. This is a holistic mindset of medicine.

Dedicated to helping you achieve your wellness objectives — combining skill and expertise in a wide range of practices, Dr. Ella Ashabi is committed to bringing you better health and a better way of life. Patients seeking treatment at A+ Wellness Clinic receive only the finest quality care through the use of modern equipment and technology. Ella Ashabi and staff have a genuine concern for your well-being!

To schedule a free consultation call (949) 955-9499

22772 Centre Drive #100-Lake Forest, CA 92630

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Thousands of Happy Patients

Michael and Krystal R.

Michael and Krystal R.

“My husband Michael and I were trying to have a baby for over a year. We had been referred by my OBGYN to see a fertility specialist. After the entire” …

Jim Owens

Jim Owens

“I had significant lower back pain that wouldn’t go away. After a few treatments from Dr. Ashabi the pain subsided and I feel much better. I have even resumed my golf game.”

Arezoo, Nima, and little Amir

Arezoo, Nima, and little Amir

“I have had problems getting pregnant for almost four years ! I had done lots of procedures and treatments for infertility! I even did the …

Louise Cordesius

Louise Cordesius

“Dr.Ella Ashabi Was First Introduced To Me By My Medical Provider Kaiser Permanente. In The Course Of My Treatments” …

Colleen Weeks

Colleen Weeks

“I would like to put in writing how much I appreciate the great care a I have received from Dr. Ashabi.” …

Lil Reiss

Lil Reiss

“I hope you receive this email. I just wish to say Thank you for all the help that you have given to me these past few years.” …

Ivan M., Irvine

Ivan M., Irvine

“I went to Dr. Ashabi to see if acupuncture works. Two half years ago I had anxiety, depression, insomnia, and issues” …

Dulce V. Luminarias

Dulce V. Luminarias

“Several sessions with the physical therapist did not help my back problem (lumber spinal stenosis). So I was referred to” …

Nick M.

Nick M.

“Dr. Ashabi, I just want to thank you for the relief you have given me after all these years of aches and pains in my hands ” …

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Acupuncturists who maintain a valid license issued by the Acupuncture Board and physicians licensed by the Medical Board of California. A dentist or podiatrist licensed in California may also practice acupuncture, only within the scope of their respective licenses and if they have completed the necessary training required by their respective licensing board.

An acupuncturist is allowed to engage in the practice of acupuncture, electroacupuncture, perform or prescribe the use of oriental massage, acupressure, moxibustion, cupping, breathing techniques, exercise, heat, cold, magnets, nutrition, diet, herbs, plant, animal, and mineral products, and dietary supplements to promote, maintain, and restore health pursuant to Business & Professions Code Section 4937.

Needles are sterile, generally cause no bleeding upon entry or removal, with little or no pain being felt; however, slight bruising may be experienced on occasion. The number of treatments necessary will depend upon your condition, if your symptoms are chronic or acute and your health in general. The needles may vary in size, depending upon your condition and the course of treatment prescribed. In addition to needling your treatment may also include a variety of non-needling techniques such as moxibustion (heat), acupressure, herbal formulas, etc. One advantage of acupuncture treatment is the absence of serious side effects which may result from the use of prescription drugs.

The initials O.M.D. stand for “Oriental Medical Doctor”, this is an academic title (similar to Ph.D.). This title may only be used by those licensed acupuncturists who possess an earned doctorate degree, from a California accredited, approved and/or authorized educational institute as set forth in Section 94760 of the California Education Code. These initials must be used in conjunction with the representation that the individual is a licensed acupuncturist as set forth in Business & Professions Code, Section 4927 and 4937, the California Code of Regulations, Title 16, Section 1399.456, and Attorney General Opinion No. 87-103.

An acupuncturist is considered a primary care provider and a referral may or may not be required for insurance purposes. Many insurance companies do cover acupuncture treatment. For more information on insurance, please contact either your insurance company or an acupuncture association.

Yes. It is unprofessional conduct for an acupuncturist to use a needle more than once. California Code of Regulations, Title 16, Section 1399.454.