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Steven “Doc” Blackstone

Chinese Medicine Pracitioner

“I see it as a personal challenge to do what people say can’t be done.”- Doc

  • Quick, accurate , non-invasive analysis for any condition
  • Friendly, down-to-earth communication
  • Inexpensive compared to medical costs
  • Over 35 years of proven experience
  • Many, many therapy options
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About Doc - Chinese Medicine Pracitioner


  • By Appointment Only. Sunday thru Thursday.
  • Convenient location: Located off Broadway on the 2nd floor of the Stewart Building along side SuperCuts, Satel’s and Sorrento’s in Alamo Heights.


  • Formally trained at the Academy of Oriental Medicine at Austin (AOMA)
  • Certified by American Organization for Bodywork Therapies of Asia (AOBTA)
  • Recognized by Texas Department of State Health Services (TXDSHS)


  • General Medicine
  • Sports Medicine
  • Pediatrics
  • Orthopedics
  • Idiopathic Disease (Diseases of unknown origin)


  • 5 times faster results than chiropractic, physical therapy, acupuncture or massage
  • Avoid unnecessary surgery
  • Methods revised according to individual need


  • Historically, one of the safest therapies that can be applied by a properly trained professional
  • Non-invasive assessment and therapy
  • Maximum results without acupuncture needles
  • Herbs: Products are made from the best quality raw herbal materials manufactured in a GMP compliant facility in USA (Active Herb)


  • Prompt
  • Courteous
  • Friendly service. ” I’ll make sure you get the time you need to express your health concerns.”
  • Follow-ups. “I’ll go the extra mile to ensure you get the results you expect.”
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