Therapy Services

Chinese Medicine is a unique and complex system of diagnosis and treatment that has been clinically tried and tested for thousands of years. We utilize different methods of treatment, also known as the Three Pillars of Chinese Medicine, to maximize recovery and lasting health benefits.

Dr. Drew Nystrom DAOM, LAc, MTOM, HHP
Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine
Contracted with:
Temecula Acupuncture
27450 Ynez Road
Suite 109
Temecula CA 92591
(951) 387-4841


We understand the importance and value of your health thus the Wellness Programs were designed.

At Precision Point Wellness we understand the importance and value of your health thus the Wellness Programs were designed. Your investment in the process will increase completion of the program. This is a vital and recommended component when seeking greater results. Furthermore, these packages take into account your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of your life. In addition we'll identify and remove obstacles that have been impeding your health and wellness.

The Wellness Programs are designed for those who wish to go above and beyond in their health. Hence, if you choose to make that commitment our promise to you is to support you through this journey into health and wellness.

Eastern Medicine along with Western technology and research are utilized in the programs which are centered around the idea of everyone is different. Therefore, we tailor the treatments to suit your current condition.

What's included

Laboratory testing

Running a comprehensive test cut out guess work. Quickening your path to wellness.

Food based nutrition

We'll educate you on food and nutrition that best suites your condition.

The removal of Cellular waste and Toxins which inhibit proper function deteriorate health.
Most used form of medicine world wide.
Botanical/herbal medicines
Using traditional and modern formulas to address complex ailments.
Therapeutic supplementation
Targeted Nutraceuticals used to boost system function.
Stress-management techniques
Learn tools to balance and reduce stress
Understand your lifestyle choices that are hindering your improvement and adding to the problem.

So how does it work?

The "5 Pillars of Health" are the fundamental principles. When utilized, drastic wellness changes will occur. These Wellness Programs are unlike anything you've seen before because they're educational curriculums with a clear process and guidelines.

Eliminate troublesome factors from the body that have been hindering proper function; in doing so, we make room for the digestion to absorb nutrients.
Cleaning up the diet will also help with the detox but will also allow for proper nutrient absorption supporting life and wellness.
Nervous system (Central and Peripheral)
Balancing out the Nervous system will help to regulate and stabilize brain chemistry; as well as, organ function and immune function.
A correct approach to fitness will help maintain and support a wellness lifestyle.
No Hormone replacement therapy is used however, we utilize the previous 4 pillars to help regulate and balance hormones.

In conclusion, upon completion of the Program, you'll have a greater understanding on diet and lifestyle as medicine and you'll have the tools to implement them in the future. Allowing you to further your advantage in maintaining your health and wellness.

Acupuncture, is only one of the complex branches of Traditional Chinese Medicine, which has been around for over 2,500 years. It involves the insertion of fine needles. (Roughly 10 acupuncture needles can fit into 1 hypodermic needle). It is through specific placement into the surface, ie: skin, of the body that the trained acupuncturist can regulate the bodies natural healing capabilities.

Health benefits include:

Improved healing
Reduced inflammation
Strengthened constitution
Regulated functions of the internal organs
Improved circulation
Building up the immune system
Helping to produce a feeling of well being

Minimal discomfort is felt. In fact, some people have commented that the feeling is unfamiliar but pleasant and relaxing.

Some reasons to try acupuncture

  • Views each patient as a living organism who's body is working together as an integral whole. Taking into consideration all parts of their being; spiritual, mental and physical and treating in accordance to their specific needs.
  • Uses the bodies natural healing abilities to promote wellness
  • Finds the root of the problem and stops it from growing instead of just masking symptoms.
  • Not only for when you're sick. It works extremely well as preventative medicine.
  • Has been proven to treat over 50 "western" medical disorder
  • Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine is the most used form of "alternative" medicine in the world today with and estimated 2.5 billion people treated a year.

What it is

How it works

Frequently used and complements acupuncture. Suction cups, placed at various points on the body, create a vacuum that draws toxins to the skin's surface. This stimulates the person's immune response. The skin is the body's largest organ and it clears the body toxins quickly and efficiently because it has the richest circulation. Cups are either made of robust, rounded glass, plastic or bamboo.

A vacuum is created inside the cup by placing a flame for a very short period of time in the cup and then immediately placing the cup down over the selected area. Because the flame exhausts all the oxygen in the cup a vacuum is created and this has the effect of "drawing up" the skin beneath the cup. The effect of this is to encourage the flow of Qi and blood in the area beneath the cup. By moving the Qi and blood, local stagnation can be cleared.Cupping naturally draws blood to the external capillaries of the body and as a result minor weal or bruises may be left after a treatment.

What it's good for?

Just ask

high blood pressure
menstrual pain
back pain

What it is

How it works

Different from other forms of massage, which focus mainly on relieving tension in the muscles. The purpose of Gua Sha is to stimulate circulation and move “stagnant” blood. Relaxation of the muscles is a natural response to this movement.

According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, blood stagnation can cause a wide range of health-related issues, including pain, stiffness and inflammation. Allergies, infertility, arthritis and tendinitis are all examples of disorders which are related to stagnant blood.

What it's good for?

Just ask

Gua Sha may be prescribed for any number of disorders, including:

high blood pressure
menstrual pain
back pain

Chinese Herbal Medicine

A Brief History

Chinese herbology has been traced back even farther than acupuncture. Over the past 5,000 years the study of herbs (includes plant, animal and mineral products) have been gathered, compiled, formulated and tested. This information was then handed down to the next generation. Today the herbologists that study Chinese Medicine still use this information to treat a variety of medical conditions.

The Chinese pharmacopeia is vast with over 1,800 individual herbs. Students learn over 400 of the most widely used herbs. These herbs are categorized according to their energetics (ie: temperature and taste), functions, the different channels/organs they go to and the disharmonies the herbs address. Individual herbs are compiled into a "formula" or "herbal tea" in accordance to the ailments of the patients. It is through the construction of these formulas that enhances the effects and safety of the individual herbs.

Herbal Formulas

Strength in structure

Strongest effect and works directly against the main symptom/disease.

Aids the King in treating the main syndrome/disease and is the main ingredient aimed against a secondary syndrome/disease

Helps the King and Minister in addressing the main syndrome/disease, influences the less important factors of the main pattern and corrects any side effects that the King and Minister might have.

Guides the functions of the other herbs to a specific region of the body or organ and harmonizes the actions of all the other herbs.

What it is

How it works

Experts estimate that upwards of ninety percent of disease is stress-related and perhaps nothing ages us faster, internally and externally, than high stress. A great way to continue to lower stress levels after acupuncture would be to get a massage.  There are many different types of massage. At Precision Point Wellness Dr. Drew Nystrom combines amalgamation of many different types of massage therapies: Energy work, Swedish, Myofascial Release, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, Acupressure, Neuromuscular Techniques (Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitative Stretching,  Reciprocal Inhibition, Positional Release and Direct applications) and Stretching. It will depend on your condition as to what style is best suited for you. 

What is it good for?

Just ask

increased energy
high blood pressure
enhanced sleep quality
increased concentration
menstrual pain
back pain

What it is

How it works

Tai Chi (pronounced Tie Chee) and Qi gong (pronounced chee-gung), is the study and practice of cultivating vital-life-force through various techniques, including: Breathing techniques, Postures, Meditations, & Guided imagery.

Qi means “breath” or “air” and is considered the “vital-life-force” or “life-force energy.”  Tai Chi and Qi gong practitioners believe that this vital-life-force penetrates and permeates everything in the universe; which, corresponds to the Greek “pneuma,” the Sanskrit “prana,” or the Western medical conception of “bioelectricity.” Gong means “work” or “effort” and is the commitment an individual puts into any practice or skill that requires time, patience, and repetition to perfect. Through study, the individual aims to develop the ability to manipulate Qi in order to promote self-healing, prevent disease, and increase longevity.

Tai Chi and Qi gong involves specific movements that may be strung together in a series of motions. 

What it's good for?

Just ask

Joint pain
Knee osteoarthritis
Increased Immunity
Improved mood
Quality of life
Lower stress
  Back pain